Strategies For Quant, Verbal & Dilr For .puter Based Cat-ca1816

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College-University Ever since CAT has announced to change its mode from paper pencil test, a buzz has spread among the MBA aspirants. Moreover, after the CAT fiasco last year, you must be all the more anxious about taking the .puter based exams. But the bottom line lies in the fact that no matter what the format is, the content and strategy for the test remains the same. So you should not hamper your preparation by being worried about tackling the .puter based CAT 2010 Exams . But you should definitely adapt yourself to the .puter based format so that you can utilize your CAT 2010 preparation fully without any hitch. This article of MBAUniverse.. will share fundas on how you can get yourself prepared for the .puter based CAT with reference to the three sections of the exam, namely, Quantitative Ability, Verbal Ability and Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning in CAT Exam. Let us have a look at the section wise strategy. Quantitative Ability For the Quantitative Ability section in CAT Exam , the main concern for the Quantitative Ability section is the questions on Geometry which contains questions on the basis of diagrams. For this, you need to practice drawing free hand diagrams. Practice drawing free hand diagrams so that you can draw the diagram from the screen and then do the calculation, says Gautam Puri, Vice Chairman, Career Launcher. For the problems of Mensuration and Trigonometry too, you need to be .fortable in drawing the diagrams. For other questions in the Quantitative Ability section such as Arithmetic, Algebra etc. you do not need to bother much as all you have to do is to understand the question and do extensive rough work in the scratch sheets provided and choose the correct option. Verbal Ability The Verbal Ability section in CAT 2010 Preparations too is not much of a problem as far as .puter based test is concerned. However, most of the CAT takers feel that solving the Reading .prehension questions can be an issue but our experts offer solutions to this problem. To start on a positive note, Vinayak Kudva, Product Head, IMS Learning says, The positive side of .puter-based CAT is that the length of the passages may not exceed 600 to 700 words. But on a serious note, the best option is to making a habit of reading from the .puter screen. Read as much as possible from the .puter and .prehend them faster. The question here is not on reading fast, but .prehending fast, Kudva mentions. CAT Exam offers you the tool of select and mark, which you should heavily utilize. Highlight the relevant portions in the Reading .prehension passages. This will help you answering the questions faster, suggests R Shiva Kumar, Director, R & D, Career Launcher. Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning The Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning section consists of tables, charts, pie diagrams etc. for the Data Interpretation part. For this, you should practice reading from the .puter as well as take notes of the data given in the diagrams minutely. You can also draw the tables in the scratch sheet but in order to avoid spending much time, you should stick to reading from the screen itself. For the Logical Reasoning part also, you have to make full use of the mark & Highlight tool. You should highlight the vital parts of the caselets on which the questions are based. As Shiva Kumar had suggested for the Reading .prehension passages, the similar strategy has to be applied for the caselets too. So, at an overall level, all you need to do is to practice reading from the .puter and drawing free hand diagrams in a shorter span of time than you usually do for the CAT 2010 Preparation. About the Author: 相关的主题文章:

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