Brijesh Pandey

By qualification, he is an electronics engineer; by profession, he is a verbal aptitude trainer. He had consistently scored 99 plus percentile in the verbal section when CAT (Common Admission Test) was in the paper-pencil format. Apart from teaching verbal aptitude, he also designs questions on a variety of topics; most of the questions displayed on this website have been designed by him; being fond of movies, books, and documentaries, he often suggests unique and interesting ways by which students can develop their knowledge about myriads of things.

How to Read CAT RC passages

At the suggestion of our students and subscribers, in addition to “Article of the day“, we have started a series on “How to read a passage”. CAT aspirants often complain about their “poor reading skills” and their “slow reading speed”, which we believe are the two primary causes of their not being able to perform …

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My work experience is high, do I have a disadvantage in CAT

There are a number of myths with respect to the amount of work experience optimum for CAT. But while answering this we also have to take into account, the quality, the relevance and the uniqueness of the work experience. Most of the students with high work experience think that they are not eligible for the …

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basics-of-an-argument for cat reading comprehension and critical reasoning

Basics of an argument: CAT Reading Comprehension and Critical Reasoning

Critical Reasoning questions evaluate a test taker’s ability to understand, analyze, criticize, and complete arguments. The arguments are contained in short passages taken from a variety of sources, including letters to the editor, speeches, advertisements, newspaper articles and editorials, informal discussions and conversations, as well as articles in the humanities, the social sciences, and the …

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