Tips to prepare for CAT Exam - 2014


The trend of CAT Exam is increasing day by day at a rapid pace because ample of youth is interested in pursuing the MBA course because just the graduation does not leads to the great future developments. Read this resource for CAT exam preparation tips

The Common Admission Test (CAT) is basically conducted by the IIM (Indian Institute of Management) which is the first budding step to get entry in good MBA's colleges and this exam is conducted twice every year. Apart from IIM colleges, 50 other colleges also take in consideration the score card of CAT exams. Every stream candidate aspires to become MBA qualified and grab the better career opportunities. With this increasing interest of people, the trend of exam pattern is also changing. A minor or major change takes place every year in the pattern of the exam. But, if the eligible candidates plan in a strategic manner, they can score well and then get fruitful results.

Here are some efficient tips for the candidates who are eligible to appear in CAT exam and are aspiring to appear for exam 2014 are given below as brief:

Acknowledge your skill level


To concentrate on any topic, the first thing you need to know is where you stand. If you will not know your level of knowledge, you will be in confusion from where to start at with the preparation. Rather than studying from the very first step as like the traditional training institutes, you must start from skill level. Take few skill tests and just know where you stand and make a plan accordingly how much time and hard work you need to excel in the exam.

Focus on weak and important topics


You must identify you weak and strong points and maximum time must be devoted to the weak topics of the CAT syllabus. Practice your weak topics again and again and even if you don't excel in them, at least get the basic tactics of those topics. The important topics that are repeated every time in the CAT exam must be concentrated and the previous year pattern of the exam must be pondered.

Start as early as you can


You must start preparing at least 6 to 8 months before the exam date so that you feel comfortable at the time of exam. An early start would lead to the benefit in mental stability of the candidate.

Regular mock tests


You must test yourself after every 10-15 days to acknowledge how much knowledge you have gained till now. Be careful to not to repeat the same mistakes in the next mock test that you have committed earlier.

Good hand in calculations


To excel in CAT exams, one must have a good mind in calculations as most of the questions in the exam paper are calculation based and the maximum time of the candidate is wasted in calculations only.

Time management


Management of time with a strategic planning is very important. One must also be careful about the time duration in which he or she has to complete the exam paper. If your speed is slow, then fast it practicing again and again with the mock tests.

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