Execution is the key for CAT preparation
Aristotle, one of the famous Greek philosophers, once said, “For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.” Similarly, to prepare well for the Common Admission Test (CAT), it is important to carry out proper execution.
There is no point in merely reading notes; it is important to practice Mock Questions.
According to Confucius, a Chinese philosopher, “I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.” Only by attempting challenging questions and stretching your limit can you understand a concept thoroughly.
Execution is the key to learning and definitely a key to CAT preparation. CAT is divided into three sections
- Quantitative ability (QA)
- Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DILR)
- Verbal and Reading Comprehension (VRC)
To ace the Data Interpretation section, it is important to brush up your high school Mathematical concepts. After understanding these concepts, attempt certain questions that will strengthen your skills in this area.
This way, you will be able to answer any question that tests the relevant concept. Also, make it a point to read business and finance sections of English newspapers so that you are familiar and comfortable with number based data.
Logical Reasoning is a test of your English language skills. And since language and communication skills cannot be honed overnight, you should make it a point to read news published in renowned newspapers and magazines such as The Hindu, The Times of India and The Economist. By reading newspapers and magazines for at least one hour every day, you will be able to pick up good language skills.
CAT is an exam that you need to take to gain admission into reputed business schools in India. So, it is important that you master Business English and pick up business jargon along the way.
It is true that practice makes perfect. By practicing Mock Tests
, you will be able to identify your weaknesses and improve upon them.
CAT is a challenging and competitive examination, with thousands of brilliant minds in the country fighting for a small number of seats in business administration programs.
To ensure that you stand out from the crowd, spend at least 4-5 hours every day mastering the concepts required to ace the CAT. No matter how difficult the journey of CAT Exam
preparation gets, stay focused on the ultimate goal – to gain admission into a top college in India.
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