CAT 2018 Exam is scheduled to be conducted on November 25, 2018. You need to avoid common snags to achieve mission CAT.
There will be 3 Sections in CAT 2018
- Quantitative Aptitude (QA)
- Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DILR)
- Verbal and Reading Comprehension (VRC)
Section No. Of Questions Quantitative ability (QA) 34 Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DILR) 32 Verbal and Reading Comprehension (VRC) 34
Keep track of the time frame;
Duration of the examination will be 180 minutes. There will be three sections, ‘Quantitative Aptitude (QA)’, ‘Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DILR)’ and ‘Verbal and Reading Comprehension (VRC)’. QA and VRC will have 34 questions each, and DILR will have 32 questions. Some questions in each section may not be of multiple choice types. Instead, direct answers are to be typed on the screen. The tutorials will clearly explain this change.
Certain questions by their very nature take more time to answer. The first step to better time management is to recognize these questions.
While doing your practice tests, try to become more aware of how much time you have taken to answer a question. You will soon begin to develop an Internal Clock that will help you meet the pacing requirements of the CAT and reduce test anxiety.
Candidates will be allotted exactly 60 minutes for answering questions in each section and they cannot switch from one section to another while answering questions in a section.
Use Short-cuts Only when necessary
It is extremely important to be aware of all the possible shortcuts that are available to you; however, these are to be used only if you are unable to apply the ‘regular’ methods.
Managing Test Anxiety
More than anything else, the CAT is a test of your nerves. There are hundreds of brilliant students who score MUCH lower in the CAT than they do in their practice tests. It is important to manage your test anxiety
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