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Your one-month CAT strategy
Sai Kumar Swamy
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October 22, 2008

The most frequently asked question by students at this point of time is "What should be done in terms of preparation for the next four weeks to crack CAT?" In this article we will discuss a strategy/plan that needs to be adopted to take the preparation to the next level in the coming days across each of the three sections that one has seen in CAT over the last few years.

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The Quantitative section is the one that most non-mathematics students fear not to mention the scores of engineers. A plan should involve the following:

The Data Interpretation section is the one that requires the least amount of concepts to be learnt and practiced. The plan for this section should be as follows:

The section that derailed the hopes of many a student in CAT 2006 was the Verbal/RC section and things might just be the same this year. A plan for this section should be:

Students should understand that the time on hand is more than sufficient to crack CAT provided one follows the above guidelines.

Sai Kumar Swamy has a PGPM from IIM Bangalore and is the Course Director for CAT at the Triumphant Institute of Management Education Pvt Ltd (TIME)

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