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Top 10 Books for CAT – Verbal | Quant | LRDI

Books For the CAT Exam If you are looking for a list of books, then you have come to the right place. There are three areas of study in the CAT  exam. We will look at different books for CAT which students should refer to in order to perk up their study. Quantitative Aptitude is one […]

CAT Exam – Top 10 Preparation Hacks For Toppers

How to Prepare for the Common Admission Test? Starting Your CAT Preparation 1) How to start the CAT exam preparation? Start with a diagnostic test or mock exam for CAT. You can give such test at ‘n’ number of places whereas we would recommend TestFunda iCAT (It’s totally free) as our two cents or you may choose any […]

The CAT Exam – How to stay motivated?

How to stay motivated in the race of CAT Exams even after multiple failures? “To be nobody but yourself in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you everybody else, means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight; and never stop fighting.” – E.E. Cummings Are […]

CAT 2017 Exam Date Announced – The Fun Begins

CAT 2017 Exam Schedule As per a recent article in a popular newspaper, the date for the CAT exam has been announced. The details for the same are mentioned below: Registration Window – August 9, 2017, to September 20, 2017 Admit Card Download- October 18, 2017 Exam Date: November 26, 2017 You can read about […]

[Useful Advice] Should You Drop a Year For CAT Exam?

A question that students always find hard to consider is – should you or should you not drop a year for CAT?  It indeed is a very difficult question for students to answer considering the things which are normally at stake. These are a few points that come to my mind that might help students […]

Coaching For CAT – All You Need To Know

One of the most fundamental needs of a student while preparing for CAT is for coaching. Given the fact that we grow up with tuitions at the primary level i.e. School, then move on to coaching for engineering or other graduate programs, by default, we start looking at various options during the postgraduate stage to help […]

CAT Exam Experience/Exam Updates/and More

The CAT 2012 Exam Experience of Students Check Out the Experience of a CAT Taker Here >> Link Some General Observations About this Exam –  The paper is of moderate difficulty level and keeps changing with each slot. Since the difficulty level is a subjective parameter, it becomes hard to put a cap on this. Revision […]

For CAT Takers Still Studying – Here’s a Tip !!

This is not about staying relaxed etc etc. We know you are old enough to know all about staying calm and everything else. So here is the tip Start solving old CAT exam paper questions again if you have done it already or just start doing it if you haven’t till now. No matter from […]