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.

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CAT Mock Strategy: Common mistakes made by students in VARC section

Key highlights: if you have not been writing mocks and sectional tests, then you should start writing one immediately What separates a 90 percentiler from a 50 percentiler is just 8 questions; numerically the gap might be colossal, practically it is not. Extreme caution is just as dangerous as extreme recklessness; students who are too …

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macro and micro approach to CAt reading Comprehension

CAT Reading Comprehension: Macro and Micro Approach

Reading Comprehension is a big challenge for CAT aspirants with bad reading habit. In this article, I will discuss the macro and micro approach to reading comprehension. Understanding the macro and micro approach to reading comprehension will help the student focus on the right areas, at the right speed. When to adopt the macro approach? …

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Grammar for CAT: Subject Verb Agreement

Before we move on to the main concept of subject verb agreement, we will discuss the definition of a sentence. A sentence is a group of words that make complete sense. A sentence also must have an appropriate punctuation mark. Without an appropriate punctuation mark, the sentence may be considered grammatically incorrect or incomplete. Let’s …

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