Scheduled for 4 December, MBA aspirants will be on their heels to get thorough of their CAT exam preparation. After ample amount of time and effort dedicated towards the preparation, it is now time to revisit your syllabus and be confident of what you have studied.
In addition to that, time management also plays an important factor. Take up mock tests and be sure of your strength and weakness to know how to deal with the exam pattern. For English and grammar, keep practising the phrases in conversation with the people you meet, so that you have them in your finger tips.
According to Gautam Puri, Co-Founder, Career Launcher & IIM B Alumnus one of the most aspired management entrance exams CAT is around the corner. Most of you might be busy devising your test taking strategy. It’s time to relax and move ahead with a positive and confident approach.
Here are some tips offered by him to get past the last minute preparation and emerge successful in the exam:
Once the question paper is in front of you, take a few minutes to
- go through the question paper.
- understand the structure of the paper/section.
- allocate time to RC and Verbal or DI and LR etc.
- get down to work.
About CAT 2016
CAT (Common Admission Test) is a national level entrance examination, which is conducted for admission to management programmes in Indian Institutes of Management (IIM’s) and top B-Schools across the country.
It tests a candidate on his quantitative ability, data interpretation skills, verbal ability and logical reasoning. CAT also serves as the eligibility criteria for being admitted into the business administration courses in various IIM’s spread across the country.
The test is designed to evaluate the management aptitude of students by testing his analytical and communication skills. It demands up to three to four months of intense preparation.