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The registrations for CAT have rounded up, and just 60 days are left for the exam. In case you are already panicking and have no idea how to proceed further, NYOOOZ Careerz n Coursez is here to help. Follow these simple tips and prepare for your exams.
Cat registrations have just rounded up the corner and just 60 days are left for the exam. Its high time that applicants should pull their socks up and prepare diligently for the exams. But in case you are already panicking that just 60 days are left, here’s how you can utilize these 60 days to the fullest.
Make your schedule
A schedule is absolutely mandatory, divide your time according to the subject. Decide the time span in which you’re going to complete each chapter. And most difficult part, don’t just decide but stick to it.
Start your revision
It’s time that you brush your basics. Revise all the formulas, tricks and basic mathematics you’ll need to solve tricky questions. This will help you to solve questions more quickly and save you a lot of time. It’s also recommended that you start reading editorials and be in touch with current affairs.
Practice mock test papers
It’s just 60 days and you have to have the hand of Cat exam. The best way to achieve this is by practicing mock papers. It will help you time yourself and decide which part needs more practice than others. Once you are in a practice of solving question papers, increase the number of mock papers from 2 to 4.
Solve one sectional paper every day
The CAT exam is divided into three sections namely;
Section I: Verbal ability and reading comprehension
Section II: Data interpretation and logical reasoning
Section III: Quantitative ability
Practicing questions section wise will help you understand, which section needs more and which sector is your strong point. You can then decide which place you need to concentrate your time on the exam.
Dedicate some time to newspapers
For first section Verbal ability and reading comprehension you must have good ideas with you and in order to develop ideas, you should start reading editorials get some ideas and be in touch with the current news. It will help to largely in comprehension section and subsequently during Writing Ability Test and Personal interview.
Set up goals and you’ll definitely reach them. Remember that you’re preparing for your better good. Following these simple will definitely help you take a step closer to your goal.