The Indian Institutes of Management will conduct Common Admission Test (CAT) will be a pre-requisite for admission to various management programmes of IIMs
CAT 2016 will be conducted in two sessions in one day. The exam will be in November 2016.
Duration of the examination has been increased to 180 minutes instead of 170.
There will be three sections
Quantitative Aptitude (QA), 34 Questions
Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DILR), 32 Questions
Verbal and Reading Comprehension (VRC), 34 Questions
Some questions in each section may not be of multiple choice type. Instead, direct answers are to be typed on the screen. The tutorials will clearly explain this change. Also,the use of basic on-screen calculator for computation will be allowed. The Candidates will be allotted exactly 60 minutes for answering questions in each section and they cannot toggle from one section to other while answering in a section.
The Indian Institutes of Management will conduct Common Admission Test 2016 (CAT) as a pre-requisite for admission to various management programmes of IIMs.
Reading comprehension, also known as RC, is a section in the CAT which requires students to read quickly, comprehend the information, analyze the data and take good decisions.
A topper in any walk of life is looked at differently by everyone, even revered, as he/ she achieves something that not many have been able to accomplish. But, this does not make them super human beings.
Until now you must be sure whether the strategy you are using is giving you rewards or not. If it's rewarding, don't change it else, stick to the basics and keep on attempting mock tests and take guidance from your mentors for the right approach for you.
The logic behind this practice is that the student can learn up the formula for a specific case/question type and during the exams he/she would not have to begin right from the basic equations.
In the Verbal Ability and Reasoning section of the Common Admission Test (CAT), there are a few questions on the rearrangement of sentences of a paragraph. In each question, there are between four and six sentences, in jumbled form.