CAT 2015 Exam and CAT 2015 Results are soon announce. You can check CAT results 2015, admit card and how to prepare for it.CAT exam is closer and many of the students are started examination preparation to get the higher number is the Exam. Check how to prepare for CAT 2015 and what is the syllabus for CAT 2015.
CAT 2015 is slated to be held on November 29, this year. The exam consists of three sections – Quantitative Aptitude (34 questions to be attempted in one hour), Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension (34 questions to be attempted in one hour) and Logical Reasoning & Data Interpretation (32 questions to be attempted in one hour).
CAT 2015: How To Prepare?
Key steps for preparation:
Step 1: The candidates should be familiar with their strengths and weaknesses with respect to the kind of questions asked in CAT. The candidates can take online mock tests, in order to analyse their SWOT (Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, Threat).
Step 2: On identifying the weaknesses, the candidates should chalk out a short horizon plan (daily or weekly) and long horizon (till CAT) plan. The candidates can divide the number of chapters (or concepts) by number of days and then create a study plan. Making a study plan is not difficult, however, the candidates should ensure to stick to it, religiously.
Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension
In this section, questions can be distributed into three types –
Type 1: Questions based upon logics like Para jumble, Critical reasoning, FIJ, Logical completion of idea etc.
Type 2: Questions based upon application of grammar like sentence correction and vocabulary based questions like fill in the blanks questions
Type 3: Questions based upon reading comprehension.
Fill-in-the-blanks-questions are designed to measure an aspirant’s ability to understand the intended meaning of a sentence. Each question requires one to analyse the context of a sentence and determine which word or words are best to complete that sentence
Step 3: Thereafter, the candidates should join any national level test series, and analyse their performance in all the tests thoroughly.