What are the most important topics for CAT Quantitative Aptitude

Over the recent years, CAT has lowered the overall difficulty level of quantitative aptitude section and also standardized the number of questions from the topics. Both these changes should help the average students to make this section as there scoring section. Below is the distribution of questions topic wise in quant section On going though […]

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[PDF] CAT 2019 Question Paper [OFFICAL] and Solutions [Download]

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CAT 2019 Question Paper PDF was released by the IIMs on 29th Nov 2019. Below you will find links of CAT 2019 question paper PDFs of both slot I and slot II. The PDF also has the answers keys and solutions for both the slots. Currently, we are preparing the detailed solutions of CAT 2019 LRDI Question Paper, the solutions for […]

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CAT 2019: Detailed Analysis of Slot 1 and 2 with expected cutoffs

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CAT 2019 paper [Slot 1] was on simliar lines as CAT 2018. However, the section-wise the difficulty was different. Verbal ability was comparably easier than reading comprehension, but reading comprehension was far more difficult, making the overall section a bit difficult. Logical Reasoning and data interpretation section gave some respite in terms of toughness level and calculations […]

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Basics of an argument: CAT Reading Comprehension and Critical Reasoning

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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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How to solve assumption based CAT RC and CR Questions

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Assumptions: The Critical Reasoning section typically includes several questions that test your ability to identify assumptions of arguments. An assumption of an argument plays a role in establishing the conclusion. However, unlike a premise, an assumption is not something that the arguer explicitly asserts to be true; an assumption is instead just treated as true […]

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