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The Common Admission Test (CAT) is an exam conducted every year by the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMS). The exam is used to select students to join business administration programs. It is a computer-based exam that is used for the entrance of IIMS and other top B management institutes in India. The exam Guru is the best CAT Coaching in Rohini Delhi

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Some of them include Institute of Management Technology (IMT), Faculty of Management Studies (FMS), Management Development Institute (Gurgaon), National Institute of Industrial Technology (NITIE), and S.P Jain Institute of Management Research (SPJIMR) among other Institutes.

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Though the exam is computer-based, it is not internet-based or done online. Instead of the student of the questions being on a paper booklet, the candidate reads the questions from the computer and then clicks on the right answer.

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The computer also tells on the duration of time this Cat Exam. So, as a student, you get to know the time you are taking for a question and the time remaining before the end of the test. CAT aims at checking verbal ability, quantitative aptitude, data interpretation, and logical reasoning.

Exam Pattern

The total questions are out of 100. The CAT is divided into three sections. The total for each question depends on if they are questions with negative marking (MCQS), the total is 72, the questions without negative marking (Non-MCQs) which is 28.

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Cat Coach Exam Pattern

The CAT pattern has changed over the past years and can be unpredictable. The exam pattern for 2018 is divided into three categories:

SECTION MCQS Non- MCQs DURATION TOTAL MARKS
Quantitative ( Quant) 24 10 60 Min 102
Verbal Ability & reading comprehension (VARC) 24 10 60 Min 102
Data Interpretation & Logical reasoning (DILR) 22 08 60 Min 96
TOTAL 72 28 180 Min 300

Section 1 – Quant

  1. Total Questions – 34
  2. MCQS – 24
  3. Non – MCQS – 10
  4. Level of Difficulty – Moderate to difficult
  5. Section – Highlights

Section 2 – VAC

  1. Total questions – 34
  2. MCQS – 24
  3. Non-MCQS -10
  4. Reading comprehension passages – 5
  5. Reading comprehension based questions (MCQs) – 24
  6. Verbal Ability questions (MCQs & Non-MCQS mix) – 10
  7. Level of Difficulty – Moderate to very difficult
  8. Sections – Highlights

Section 3 – DILR

  • Total questions – 30
  • MCQS – 22
  • Non-MCQS – 08
  • Data Interpretation questions – 15
  • Logical reasoning questions – 15
  • Level of Difficulty – Moderate to difficult
  • Questions are in a set of four

Key Facts of CAT exam pattern

  • The exam takes 3 hours
  • The 3 sections take 60 minutes each
  • There will be sub-sections in each section
  • Candidates cannot move to the other sections within the hour administered for each section
  • Candidates will need to answer one correct answer out of four choices
  • The correct answers in the CAT exam pattern will be awarded 3 marks. Be it MCQS or Non-MCQS.
  • The wrong answers on Non-MCQS will not be given a penalty

Eligibility Criteria:

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CAT Coaching Syllabus

The candidates applying for a CAT need to have a Bachelors Degree from a recognized university graduated with at least 50% marks. For Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST), and candidates with a disability, the mark is 45%.

Candidates appearing in the final year of graduation should produce an original certificate from the registrar, principal or the Director of the University.

There is no age limit for taking CAT.

Equivalent educational qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering/Technology or equivalent Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Any qualifications recognized by the Association of Indian Universities equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree awarded form a recognized university.

SYLLABUS

Quantitative section

  1. Geometry
  2. Trigonometry
  3. Ratios and Proportion
  4. Algebra
  5. Profit & loss
  6. Averages
  7. Time-speed
  8. Inequalities
  9. Geometric progression
  10. Number system
  11. Averages
  12. Work and time

Verbal section

  • Fill in the blanks
  • Grammar
  • Reading comprehension
  • Antonyms
  • Idioms
  • Sentence completion
  • Analogies
  • Different usage of the same word
  • Foreign words used in English
  • Para jumbles
  • Sentence correction
  • Verbal reasoning
  • Jumbled paragraphs
  • Contextual usage
  • Verbal logic

Analytical reasoning section

  • Blood relations
  • Direction Sense
  • Proposition
  • Assumptions
  • Statements
  • Syllogism
  • Data structures
  • Coding and decoding
  • SetsBinary logic

Data interpretation section

  • Tables
  • Bars
  • Pie charts
  • Line graphs
  • Data sufficiency
  • Caselets

Course Syllabus

  • Quantitative Section
    • Geometry
    • Trigonometry
    • Ratios and Proportion
    • Algebra
    • Profit & loss
    • Averages
    • Time-speed
    • Inequalities
    • Geometric progression
    • Number system
    • Averages
    • Work and time
  • Verbal Section
    • Fill in the blanks
    • Grammar
    • Reading comprehension
    • Antonyms
    • Idioms
    • Sentence completion
    • Analogies
    • Different usage of the same word
    • Foreign words used in English
    • Para jumbles
    • Sentence correction
    • Verbal reasoning
    • Jumbled paragraphs
    • Contextual usage
    • Verbal logic
  • Analytical Reasoning Section
    • Blood relations
    • Direction Sense
    • Proposition
    • Assumptions
    • Statements
    • Syllogism
    • Data structures
    • Coding and decoding
    • Sets\
    • Binary logic
  • Data Interpretation Section
    • Tables
    • Bars
    • Pie charts
    • Line graphs
    • Data sufficiency
    • Caselets