Showing posts with label CAT 2014. Show all posts
Showing posts with label CAT 2014. Show all posts

Friday, 21 March 2014

Syllabus For CAT 2014

The race to get a seat in one of the elite IIM’s continues! All MBA aspirants have started preparing for CAT exam 2014 with an aim to get a seat in one of the elite IIM’s of India.
This article on CAT syllabus 2014 gives you complete information about the topics for each of the four sections which are Quantitative Ability (Mathematics), Data Interpretation (DI), Logical Reasoning (LR) & Verbal Ability (English & Grammar). Also we have listed the most essential cat preparation books for efficient CAT preparation for CAT exam 2014.

Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Learn from the people who cracked CAT successfully

They are the people who have soft but smooth voice & sheer determination. They achieved success because they were confident of what they want in life. They had a proper cat preparation plan in place. And the important thing was that during the process they did not take unnecessary tensions.
They are the people who cracked CAT exam successfully.
In this article you will learn from the people who cracked CAT successfully, their CAT preparation strategy & the things they did in a smart way. All these points will greatly help you to devise a proper CAT preparation plan & score a high percentile in CAT 2014 exam.
He scored 98% in CAT exam five times in a row!

Monday, 9 December 2013

How to Prepare for CAT GD - PI

 The Common Admission Test (CAT) just got done with in November and the 1.9 lakh aspirants should now be gearing up for the crucial Group Discussion and Personal Interview (GD/PI) round.  Preparing for the GD/PI round is extremely important considering the competitiveness of CAT.  If you are preparing for CAT GD/PI here are some pointers to ensure you start on the right foot -

Monday, 18 November 2013

CMAT for MBA - Some Handy Tips | CMAT 2014

CMAT 2014

Though the CAT is the most popular entrance examination for aspirants seeking to gain admission in B-Schools, even the CMAT has emerged as a good choice for all those who do not wish to appear for the CAT and concentrate on CMAT.

CMAT is conducted by New Delhi-based All India Council of Technical Education. Here are some of the tips to crack the CMAT.

For those who are not aware, the language comprehension section consists of 25 questions. Critical Reasoning is a key area and the difficulty levels greatly vary. Thus, students should revise different concepts related to critical reasoning, particularly on identifying argument elements, argument structure as well as interference- -based problems.