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6 Tips: Last 2 Week Strategies for CAT Exam CAT IIM MBA 

6 Tips: Last 2 Week Strategies for CAT Exam

Last 2 Week left, it is time to shift gears of your preparation for CAT Exam. Now that there are hardly 2 weeks left, it can be assumed that your basic preparation is over by now and the focus has to be shifted to revision, practice and deciding the test day strategy. 1. Take Mock Tests  Taking regular mock tests should be your thumb rule now. Take mock tests at least thrice or twice in a week along with adequate analysis. Taking mock tests will help you analyze your current preparation level. Make…

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8 Important Tips to Improve Reading Comprehension (RC) CAT GMAT IIM MBA Verbal Ability 

8 Important Tips to Improve Reading Comprehension (RC)

Reading comprehension is the understanding of what a particular text means and the ideas the author is attempting to convey, both textual and sub-textual. In order to read any text, your brain must process not only the literal words of the piece, but also their relationship with one another, the context behind the words, how subtle language and vocabulary usage can impact emotion and meaning behind the text, and how the text comes together as a larger, coherent whole. For instance, let’s look at the first line from Jane Austen’s novel, Pride and Prejudice: “It is…

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SET 5: Important words, their meanings and synonyms for CAT Concepts 

SET 5: Important words, their meanings and synonyms for CAT

It is important to note that CAT, XAT, CMAT, SNAP etc. does test your vocabulary indirectly. Often questions have appeared in which you need to choose the correct usage of simple, every day words. Quite often, these common words have multiple meanings, depending on the context of their use, and these entrance exams have tested your understanding about all possible uses a common word can be put to. Please try to find antonyms for these: TEMPORAL: Worldly, as opposed to spiritual; existing for a time only Synonyms: mundane, secular, civil INHIBIT:…

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5 useful Personality tips which will be an add on for your INTERVIEW CAT Courses GMAT MBA 

5 useful Personality tips which will be an add on for your INTERVIEW

  Our personality is the true reflection of our inner being. Personality is not just looks it is way beyond that. The personality of an individual is determined by his/her appearance, behavior, attitude, education, values and some more varying characteristics. It defines who you are and how you respond in various situations. 1. Study Your Own Self As a student, it is all about studying! Well, this one goes for studying your own character. Knowing your talents as well as shortcomings will give you an insight into problem areas that…

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CAT Exam: How to Start The Preparation  of CAT Exam CAT 

CAT Exam: How to Start The Preparation of CAT Exam

CAT exams have been changing in some way or the other every year. But still a mixture of strategy, planning and implementation always helps in scoring well in this test. Try these simple tips before the CAT Exam and feel more confident and geared up for the big day. Tip #1 Rather than focusing on all the topics, students need to try and select those topics with which they are more comfortable. Even on the exam day, with the question sheet in hand, students shouldn’t try to solve each and…

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CAT Preparation: Time Management Tips for Working Professionals CAT MBA 

CAT Preparation: Time Management Tips for Working Professionals

It is no surprise that today’s working professionals have to be on wheels, considering their busy schedule and demanding job profiles. Those pursuing MBA, usually struggle between full time job, raising a family (if married) and managing social circle (even that’s important). In this neck-tight schedule, finding time for CAT preparation becomes almost tough. So what to do in such case? The best way to balance work, family and your preparation for MBA entrance exam is time management. While we cannot turn the clock in your favor, there are simple…

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11 Tips on How to Prepare for CAT Exams CAT MBA 

11 Tips on How to Prepare for CAT Exams

CAT exams have been changing in some way or the other every year. But still a mixture of strategy, planning and implementation always helps in scoring well in this test. Try these simple tips before the CAT Exam and feel more confident and geared up for the big day. Tip #1 Rather than focusing on all the topics, students need to try and select those topics with which they are more comfortable. Even on the exam day, with the question sheet in hand, students shouldn’t try to solve each and…

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CAT Exam: Last Minute Preparation Strategy CAT 

CAT Exam: Last Minute Preparation Strategy

With CAT examination 2015 just a week away, all the MBA aspirants must be working day and night. Usually the CAT exam, tests aspirants on 3 sections- Quantitative Ability (QA ) and Verbal Reading & Comprehension (VRC). The sectional time limit is of 60 minutes. Since each section is time bound, one cannot switch over to other section randomly. Here are some quick analyses on few things which will be helpful before the final countdown begins. 1. Time management Focus on time management as you have to manage aggressive time…

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2 weeks to CAT 2016: Preparation Strategy for Last Lap CAT 

2 weeks to CAT 2016: Preparation Strategy for Last Lap

It is time to shift gears of your preparation for CAT 2016. Now that there are hardly 2 weeks left, it can be assumed that your basic preparation is over by now and the focus has to be shifted to revision, practice and deciding the test day strategy. Take Mock Tests – Taking regular mock tests should be your thumb rule now. Take mock tests at least thrice or twice in a week along with adequate analysis. Taking mock tests will help you analyze your current preparation level. Make sure…

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10 Awesome tips to crack CAT Exam CAT 

10 Awesome tips to crack CAT Exam

With barely 3-4 months are in hand, the students appearing for Common Admission Test (CAT) seem to be confused about a lot of things- what to study, how to study, what is more important, what topics can be dropped, so on and so forth. To clear away the aura of confusion, here’s a list of 10 awesome tips to crack CAT, this year: 1) Analyse your strengths and weaknesses: Analyse your strong as well as weak suits in the respective areas (namely quant, verbal, logical reasoning, data interpretation) and ideally,…

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