This is the last post in the series on confusing words. If you haven't read them already, check out Understanding Confusing Words – Part 1 and Understanding Confusing Words – Part 2. where we have discussed a list of important words that you should know if you want to save some time in the verbal section of CAT, IIFT, XAT or any other MBA entrance exam.
In this post, we will first look at a few more words and then we will talk about how to use make use of the words you have learnt through these posts. Why is this important? Because skimming through blog posts will not help much. Whe
In the Understanding Confusing Words – Part 1, we discussed confusing words. As discussed Learning New Words – Why, How and Strategies, these words are not directly related to CAT prep for the vocab section or for any MBA exam per se (so don't expect direct questions based on these words) but knowing the right words and the correct usage will make your job much easier while attempting questions.
Let us extend the list with a few more words.
Prescribe vs. Proscribe - These similar sounding words have very different meanings. Prescribe is the more common word, and it's often
In the last post we looked at some ways to learn new words - reading with context, flashcards, word group lists and studying by comparing words.
We had discussed about identifying words that are confused easily. In this post we will look at some examples involving these confusing words.
Now, will a misunderstanding cost you marks in the exam? Not necessarily so, because like we discussed last time, no questions simply ask for meanings of words. However, when you’re reading a block of text and reach this word where you are not quite sure of the meaning, that is enough to cause a pro
Take the previous papers of any MBA entrance exam and look for questions that ask for the meaning of a particular word. The chances are pretty low that you will find a multiple choice question of the format - “The meaning of X is:” followed by four options.
Doing the same thing for antonyms or idioms will probably not give you a lot of questions either.
So no exam is going to ask you for word meanings. If so, then why learn new words, antonyms or idioms if they are not asked as direct questions in the exams?
It starts with having a large list of words at your disposal so that you
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Now that the euphoria or disappointment of CAT 2016 results has died down, some of you would have started thinking about CAT 2017. While approximately 500 students have already joined our online coaching course for CAT 2017, there are a lot of students who are confused about what they should do to begin their preparation. What sort of plan they should follow? What are the areas that they should emphasize on?
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CAT 2016 results were declared today and a common question has been what sort of score would have lead to what percentile. For CAT 2015 we had compiled a list with the help of our students and some other CAT aspirants who sent us their scorecards. We are working on the same for this year as well. We will release all this information in public domain and hopefully it would help future CAT aspirants make a better judgement.
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Now that the results for the CAT 2016 Exam are declared, one of the most common questions that I get from students is which colleges can I apply to and which colleges can I get a call from. While there are no hard and fast rules to such things, I have still tried to compile a list of colleges that you can and should apply to. In case you have already applied to some of them, you will be able to access if you stand a chance at getting calls from any of those colleges.
I will be talking about the non IIM colleges in this blogpost. Also, there is still time left to apply for Post Graduate