The Common Admission Test (CAT) is one of the most popular and common entrance examinations in India. Tens of thousands of aspiring students from all over prepare intensely for this exclusive entrance test in the country every year.
We have prepared certain important points that allow you to crack CAT easily and efficiently.
There are 3 sections in the CAT exam pattern – namely Quantitative Aptitude (QA), Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation (LRDI) and Verbal and Reading Comprehension (VRC). Although there is no known fixed syllabus which is followed for the CAT, aspirants can be highly successful once they know the important topics which they need to prepare for, within the three individual sections.
Check out these important topics which you will need to cover for the CAT 2018 exam, in a section-wise manner:
Mathematics, for those with a love and passion for it, is said to be the poetry of logical ideas which is in motion. The QA section of the CAT examination has questions that are based on theories and logic.
As seen from the past few years, this section in the CAT tests has been within the difficult to moderate levels. Hence, students, especially from non-technical background often find this section quite difficult to solve. Therefore it is important for such students to give significant time to prepare for this section in the CAT exam. This is a remarkably scoring section, and a little preparation can give excellent results in their final CAT score. Several CAT toppers have explained that the QA section is a key area and once you have a good hold over it, you can be assured of an impressive percentile in your final CAT scores.
The Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation (LRDI) section in the CAT exam is the best way to test aspiring students for their knack of quick thinking and resolving problems using their logical reasoning and data interpretation skills. This section lets students know the kind of situations one may face in their career as a business manager.
This section tests your decision-making ability and speed even with limited data at hand. According to our expert coaches, practice is the key to crack this section of CAT.
The Verbal and Reading Comprehension (VRC) section is divided into two separate parts – English Usage and Reading Comprehension.
There are around 5 passages in the Reading Comprehension section with 3 to 5 questions for each passage.
The English Usage section consists of questions that test your grammar and vocabulary knowledge.
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