- 05/09/2016 at 12:00 am #59Swati SinghMember
Help me in figuring out what areas can I improve in.
- 05/26/2016 at 12:00 am #4698Navneet AnandMember
Hello Swati,The areas which you need to work on to excel in CAT are you logical reasoning skills, Vocabulary skills, Mathematical Skills ,Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis Skills and conversation skill.
- 05/26/2016 at 12:00 am #4706Aanchal SalechaMember
Currently the CAT examination is divided into three sections of 60 minute answering time each and they are related to Mathematics, English – particularly grammar and comprehension more, logical reasoning and data analysis. However, CAT is just the first round of selection to get into colleges, so you might want to have good communication and team work skills to qualify further.
- 05/26/2016 at 12:00 am #4732Pulkit SharmaMember
Here are some tips through which you can excel in CAT:-
- Take a series of model examinations that are similar to the actual CAT exam.
- Have a clear idea of your relative strengths and weaknesses in the test areas. Work on your strengths and strategies to tackle the weaker sections.
- Be thorough with your fundamentals
- Put more work into your verbal section
- Practice your shortcuts well
- A calm mind is the key
All the best!!
- 12/22/2016 at 12:00 am #5964Shraddha GoelMember
Most important things to work upon practically are:
Time Management (number of questions to be answered in a minute)
Practice of all the tricks of solving questions
Thorough newspaper reading.
- 12/28/2016 at 12:00 am #6334Olivia DasMember
The paper comprises of:
Logical Reasoning and DI
First of all take a mock to see where you stand. Now you know which areas you need to focus on!
for all the above, you can buy ARUN SHARMA books! they are the best and doing those can help you a lot in improving. The level-3 in those is the type of questions that come in cat.
solve those. AND, enroll yourself in some mock test series. AMCAT by TIME is the best but thougher that the actual CAT, Career Launcher test series is of same level as CAT.
I suggest you do both. AND you are ready to rock CAT paper! 🙂