It’s almost 2 weeks now to CAT 2012 now. It is very obvious that the aspirants must be feeling anxious about their preparation and revision; however, this is the time when you actually need to check your anxiety and stick to your strategies.
Now that CAT 2012 is almost at your doorstep, you should not gamble with your test-taking strategy at this late stage. 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.
Test-taking is the most important aspect of your preparation now. Take as much mocks as you can in a week and the test-taking should be followed by an in-depth analysis of the complete paper.
Analyze what mistakes you have committed and how you will rectify them. Also check the questions that you have missed, and whether you have missed any 'easy' question! That will help in your choice of questions later.
Remember, CAT 2012 is not about last minute cramming and revising, as in CBT you won’t be able to come back to any section later. That is why; it is about being alive and mentally alert, here and now.