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CAT: What you must know about D-day
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November 09, 2006

21/2 hours of travel -- the time it takes to fly from Delhi to Mumbai!
2 1/2 hours of leisure -- the time spent in watching a foreign feature film!
2 1/2 hours of testing your resolve  -- the time spent on taking the Common Admission Test.

With the D-day knocking at your door, we help you answer two important questions: What to do during the last two to three days? What to do on D-Day?

But first let's revisit some basic aspects of CAT:

It's not a single subject test and you must prove your overall ability to become a successful MBA. Hence, a net score of about 65 to 70 marks, with an equitable distribution across all sections of the paper is what will get you calls from the best B-Schools. So, identify and attempt 80 to 90 easier questions out of the 120 to 150 total questions, with an 85 per cent accuracy.

Tips for the final week

Tips for D-day

Last but not the least, believe in yourself. You can do it!

-- IMS Learning Resources is an educational services provider which prepares candidates for leading competitive examinations like CAT, GRE and GMAT.



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