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  • 29th January 2013 10:48 AM
    motto

    Re: How to prepare for CAT exam on my own if I wish to get a seat in IIM?

    Hi............................
    Friends,

    You Prepare for CAT exam like ::
    *************************
    -->> Logical Reasoning.

    -->> Verbal Reasoning.

    -->> Quantitative Aptitude.



    You must practice question papers preparation.








    All the best.............................
  • 27th January 2013 07:40 PM
    prashant39

    Re: How to prepare for CAT exam on my own if I wish to get a seat in IIM?


    Dear student,
    Preparation for CAT on your own means that you have faith in you that you can do it
    on your own hardworks.CAT demands matery over the following things:-
    ->verbal reasoning.
    ->logical reasoning.
    ->quantitative apptitude.
    to practice these questions you must make a seperate sessions for it so that you can evaluate
    yourself based on your correct answers that how far is your progress and also refer some good
    books such as study materials from any where and also r.s.aggrawal for apptitude.so all the best
    for future.
  • 26th January 2013 10:20 PM
    sweta satnaliwala

    Re: How to prepare for CAT exam on my own if I wish to get a seat in IIM?

    hi..there are various parts in which the syllabus is divided..you need to go through the site for it ..you can practise quantitative aptitude from r.r. aggarwal..moreover logical reasoning and verbal practise can be done on your own..where there is a will..there is a way..all the best
  • 26th January 2013 07:49 PM
    RECORD

    Re: How to prepare for CAT exam on my own if I wish to get a seat in IIM?

    the CAT exam is conducted By Indian Institute of Management.

    this exam is conducted in the month of November this year.

    for this exam one should have a graduate degree with a minimum of 50% marks.


    now to prepare for the exam you should keep in mind the pattern of the exam-




    >you should firstly get access to as many sample papers and previous year papers as possible and then solve them thoroughly.

    >there is negative marking system in the exam so you should attempt only those question in which you have full confidence.

    >you should prepare for all the sections of the exam equally.
    concentrating on a single section wont lead you to success in the exam.


    some books you can refer for the exam are-

    >How To Prepare For Data Interpretation And Logical Reasoning For The CAT By-Arun Sharma

    >CAT Topic-Wise Solved Papers by - Deepak Agarwal, Shipra Agarwal

    >Analytical & Logical Reasoning For CAT by- B.S Sijwali

    >Verbal Ability Guide For CAT And Other MBA Entrance Exams-by Disha Experts

    >Mastering CAT Common Admission Test (M.B.A. Entrance Exam) by-R P Datason, B L Sadana, S L Gulati

    >Quantitative Aptitude for CAT & other Entrance Exams by-Avinash Agarwal, Shipra Agarwal


    for more details you can visit- www.catiim.in


    good luck
  • 26th January 2013 08:10 AM
    jayantirathod

    Re: How to prepare for CAT exam on my own if I wish to get a seat in IIM?

    Dear Friend,
    First of all i wish you very all d best.For CAT, with your own study, very well planned and regular study ,good material stuff, time management all things to be considered. So get all this n start from today itself. And one more thing that always think in positive way even in difficult situations.
  • 26th January 2013 07:51 AM
    Unregistered

    How to prepare for CAT exam on my own if I wish to get a seat in IIM?

    can you tell me how to prepare for cat exam(SELF PREPARATION) to get seat in IIM . i am now going my B.E-Mechanical Engineering (1st year). please send me some tips how to tackle CAT EXMAS.
    thank you

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