The Common Admission Test (CAT) is one of the most competitive and difficult management entrance exams in India Cracking the CAT exam requires a lot of hard work and dedication. Aspiring candidates need to start their preparation early to ace the exam. To succeed in CAT aspirants need to have a clear understanding of the exam pattern, syllabus, and the right strategy. In this Blog, we will discuss in detail tips and materials required to clear CAT exam, key strategies to follow, and mistakes to avoid during the exam.
* Aspirants need to focus on building a strong foundation in all the topics covered in the exam.
* They should also develop a comprehensive study plan that includes regular practice and revision.
* Regularly taking mock tests can help aspirants assess their progress and identify the areas that need improvement.
* The candidates must work on their time management skills and develop effective test-taking strategies.
* Section Wise Strategy- For Quantitative Ability.
For Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension.
For Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation.
Finding the best books for CAT exam preparation is one of the most important phases for every CAT aspirant. With the advent of the internet, a huge amount of information is available. However, one needs to consider several factors before deciding which are the best books for CAT preparation. You will find many publishers who have been generating CAT study materials for a long time. However, the right kind of CAT books are the ones that are authored based on the latest CAT pattern and syllabus. They must also provide in-depth details of all topics across different sections of the exams.
1.Books for CAT Preparation – Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension. How to Prepare for Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension by-Arun Sharma & Meenakshi Upadhyay
2. Books for Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning by- R. S. Agarwal
3. Books for CAT Exam Preparation: Quantitative Aptitude
How to Prepare for Quantitative Aptitude by- Arun Sharma
Quantitative Aptitude for CAT- by Nishit Sinha