CAT Preparation Tips: The General Admission Test is an admission test for the prestigious B-schools in India. Approximately 2 lakh candidates apply for the CAT entrance exam each year. The CAT 2021 exam will take place on 28th November 2021 with very little time left for preparation. It is time to become fully involved in exam preparation. Here we offer some tips and tricks to help students strengthen their preparation for the general entrance exam.
1- Understand the test model and syllabus
Candidates should focus on the test model and the syllabus. The test is divided into three sections and consists of a total of 76 questions. There will be 26 questions each from the Verbal and Reading Comprehension (VARC) section and the Quantitative Ability (QA) section and 24 questions from the Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning (DLIR) section. Students should focus on the basics of mathematics, such as profit and loss, geometry, and the numeric system for the QA section. For VARC, read as much as possible to gain speed and confidence in reading and focus on building a basic logical block to solve queries for the DLIR section.
2- Practice with sample papers and mock tests
Since there is an adage that practice makes man perfect, the same applies to this test. In fact, the more you practice with a sample journal, the more you will solve the questions. This will help you speed, discipline, confidence and identify your weak areas.
3- Own SWOT Analyze Do
Each candidate has certain strengths and weaknesses. As a candidate for any entrance exam, we must be aware of our strengths and weaknesses. Therefore, candidates should analyze their own SWOT i.e. strengths, weaknesses, opportunity and threats. This will help you improve your strength and be aware of your weakness, which will increase your confidence level.
4- Analyze your own solved question papers yourself
Candidates should ask themselves the questions because this will help them correct their mistakes and therefore do not repeat them over and over again.
5- Remember to make notes
CAT tests knowledge, discipline, time, management and memory. Therefore, candidates are advised to make notes of formulas, concepts and ideas so that they can memorize them again and again.
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