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Preparation Tips For CAT 2016 Exam

CAT (Common Admission Test) is a computer based selection test conducted by the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) for their business administration programs. The CAT exam is an important prerequisite for admission into more than 100 management institutes across India. The test is conducted every year by one of the IIM’s based on a policy of rotation.

Tips & Exam strategy to crack CAT 2016 Exam

 

  • Mock Tests

Attempt Free mock papers for CAT 2016 exam based on actual exam pattern. Practice online various questions on Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DILR), or Quantitative Ability (QA). To crack the QA section one must have a good understanding of quantitative concepts.  Focus on Previous Year’s CAT question papers along with the detailed solutions to level up your actual CAT exam score.

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  • Focus on Weak Areas

In order to score well one needs to analyze their strengths and weaknesses. Candidates can evaluate their test performance effectively by taking up free mock test papers for the upcoming CAT 2016 exam. This will allow the candidate to identify on which key areas he needs to focus on and improve upon it. Practice more tests to clear the cutoff score and secure a seat in one of the best B-schools. 

  • Know About Exam Syllabus & Test pattern

In order to perform well one needs to stay updated and have complete information about all the latest topics and exam pattern. Attempt more and more sample papers to score well on the actual day of the exam.

The CAT Exam does not have a defined syllabus for CAT preparation. However, CAT 2016 aspirants can attempt the mock test series on Eduwhere to understand the pattern of exam and types of questions.

  • Proper Time Management 

This year, the  CAT examination will be held in online mode. Candidates cannot switch from one section to another while answering questions in one particular section. In CAT exam questions on Data Interpretation (DI) section or even for that matter Reading Comprehension (RC’s) are generally lengthy therefore, it is extremely essential to strategically plan out your time, so that no question is left unanswered.

Candidates must prepare well for the upcoming CAT exam as some sections may not have multiple choice type (MCQ) Questions instead, direct answers are to be typed on the screen.

For detailed information on CAT 2016 Eligibilty Criteria, latest Syllabus, updated test pattern, Exam dates and for other exam related announcements visit Knowledge Hub Section

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