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How to solve reasoning questions in CAT Exam

  Updated on : 08/12/2016

 by : Admin

Every student who wants to pursue MBA from some of the reputed colleges in India is expected to appear for the Common Admission Test or the CAT as it is popularly also known. This CAT exam is same for all the students whether they are freshly graduated from college or whether they have a prior work experience. This post will provide you with some important tips while attempting the reasoning questions in your CAT exam.First of all, the CAT does not have any set syllabus which students can refer and study from. So the general cat preparation must cover all important areas like mathematics, aptitude, intelligence, reasoning etc as you may expect questions and problems coming any different corner. To begin with, the general CAT exam pattern is divided into two categories: Quantitative Aptitude and Logical Reasoning. Let us see some useful tips which will help you crack the reasoning part effortlessly.Read and ReadYes, we understand that the clock tends to run exceptionally fast in such circumstances! However, not reading the questions or reading them half heartedly is not going to do you any good. So first and foremost, read the questions properly. In case if you are still unclear, you may also revisit the question so as to be clear.Trust the facts instead of assumingUnderstand that there is a reason why the logical reasoning questions in the CAT exam are drafted in a particular manner. So instead of assuming facts on your own and basing your answer on the basis of that, answer the question only and only on the basis of the facts which have been expressly stated.Do some brain teasing exercisesLogical reasoning expects students to apply their mind in a more practical manner. In order to ensure that you are able to crack these questions efficiently, try solving some brainteasers at the time of your preparation. They will surely help! Just remember these easy tips while attempting the logical reasoning questions and you will be good to go!demo

What is syllabus structure of CAT

  Updated on : 23/11/2017

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The Master of Business Administration in India is a competitive course, and for every student wishing to pursue and terminate his education with this professional degree; he should be well versed with the right entrance examinations. The MBA entrance exams are designed to test the student's’ ability to make tough decisions, aptitude and general awareness. CAT is regarded most important and toughest exam in comparison to other written examinations. Common Admission Test (CAT) Exam is national-level management entrance examination conducted by the Indian Institutes of Management (IIM) for admission into Management programmes specially MBA course. Apart from 20 IIMs, CAT scores are used for admission to various management institutes across the country. CAT analyses the skills of the aspirant in four sections quantitative aptitude, verbal ability, logical reasoning and data interpretation.Detailed Syllabus for CAT examinationThe student should refer to the following syllabus for a strong preparation for the CAT entrance exams:  Quantitative Aptitude:  The section includes the topics of Number system, Percentage, Interest (Simple and Compound), Time and Work, Ratio and Proportion, Quadratic Equations, Logarithmic, LCM and HCF, Profit and Loss, Speed, Time and Distance, Average, Linear Equations, Complex Numbers, Progressions, Binomial Theorem, Surds and Indices, Inequalities, Permutation and Combination, Probability, Functions, Set Theory, Mixtures and Alligations, Geometry, Coordinate Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration.Verbal Ability: The section covers the topic of Reading Comprehension, Meaning-Usage Match, Jumbled Paragraph, Summary Questions, Sentence Completion, Contextual Vocabulary (homonyms), Paragraph Completion, Facts / Inferences / Judgements, Sentence Correction, Critical Reasoning. Logical & Analytical Reasoning: This section carries the topics like Blood Relations, Binary Logic, Clocks and Calendars, Constraint-based puzzles, Data Arrangement, Family Tree, Matching Puzzles, Proposition, Statements, Seating Arrangement, Sets, Syllogism, Venn Diagram, etc.How to solve reasoning questions in CAT ExamData Interpretation: This section includes Tables, Column graphs, Bar Graphs, Line charts, Pie Chart.Also Read: 3 Tips to Crack CATdemo

CAT Exams Notification and Application Process

  Updated on : 21/01/2017

 by : Admin

To grab a seat in top institutes, like – IIT, NITs, IIM, and other government or private institutes, attending CAT exam can prove out to be a vital opportunity. If you are also going to appear for this exam, then here are the important details-Syllabus-The CAT exam comprises the following curriculum- ·         Verbal ability·         Logical reasoning·         Quantitative ability·         Data interpretationStart Date of registration-        The online registration for the CAT exam has started from 8th August 2016.Courses offered under CAT-         ·         PGPEX·         PGPEM·         PGDM·         PGP·         PGDHRM·         PGP-ABM·         PGPSM·         PGPBM·         PGP-Mumbai·         PGP-UAE·         EPGPM·         PGPWE·         PGPPMEligibility-All those students who possess the graduation degree in any trade can appear for this exam. The minimum percentage i.e eligibility of marks on the CGPA should be 50% for general category and 45% for reserved categories.Reservation-·         SC Candidates – 15%·         ST Candidates – 7.5%·         OBC Candidates – 27%·         Disabled Candidates – 3%Registration-Students who want to appear for this exam can register on the official website of the CAT 2016, which is – www.iimcat.ac. There is no way to register offline. The admit cards will be sent to the candidates through the official website and the candidates will have to download the admit cards.Admit Card Date-The admit card will be issued on 18th October 2016.CAT Exam Date-The final test will be conducted on 4th December 2016.Date of Result-       The result for this exam will be announced in the last week of the December. To check out the result, you would have to go to the official website, log in your roll number and the result will appear on your screen. demo

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