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Studying with everyone, makes it fun!

With only 40 days to go for CAT 2016, how are you managing your last month preparations? And what happens when you come across a difficult problem? Or a simple one, but hard to crack. Do you sit around ransacking your brain or do you take the smart step? If you are the one who knows about the smartest thing to do in this situation, then this doodle depicts your situation. You pick up your phone and open the Eckovation app. In case you are not aware, Eckovation app not…

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Lesson 14 Question tags

Please click below, to access the lesson: Lesson 14 Question tags Please click below the access the remaining lesson: Lesson 15 More on Question tags Click below to access the exercise: exercise 13 Question tags 1 Click below to access answers to this exercise: exercise 13 Answers to Question tags 1 Click below to access the next exercise: exercise 14 Question tags 2 Click below to access the answers: exercise 14 answers to Question tags 2

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Top 10 essential tips for CAT (and GRE too) reading comprehension

Studying for the CAT to get into MBA school? Get off Facebook and Twitter, put some classical music on Pandora, and brush up on your reading comprehension strategies for the CAT test. Apply these tips to practice tests and you’ll be on your way to acing the CAT and getting that masters! FOCUS ON THE OPENING AND CLOSING PARAGRAPHS OF LONGER PASSAGES. The majority of the passages you will encounter on the reading comprehension questions will be shorter, but one or two will be longer. If you are running out of time, read the…

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Rules for Finding and Fixing Errors in Parallel Structure – Verbal Ability for CAT

Understand the problem. For a list of actions or items, you must maintain parallel structure. To do this, use equal grammatical units. If the first item is a noun, then the following items must also be nouns; if the first item is a verb, then make the other items verbs as well. Nonparallel structure looks like this: At the garden store, Larissa bought , , and . At the garden store, Larissa bought pink plastic flamingos, ceramic gnomes, and then she impulsively added a concrete mermaid to her cart. Parallel structure,…

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Tips for solving RC questions in CAT

Well, the first thing that you need to know is the importance of Reading Comprehensions (RCs). RCs constitute almost 50% of the CAT verbal section and in fact, the percentage remains the same for most entrance exams. This only means one thing for us: this is a critical area that you cannot afford to neglect. Here are some tips to score better. 1.     For Vocab questions, think like a thesaurus. Approximately 15% of the RC questions will ask you about a specific word from a paragraph. Keep in mind that you are…

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