Application of LCM (Lowest Common Multiple) in solving Quantitative Aptitude Problems

February 20th, 2016 by

While most students are comfortable with the concept of HCF (Highest Common Factor) and LCM (Lowest Common Multiple), they somehow fail to apply it when required. Sometimes, they do not even realise that it needs to be applied. I sometimes feel sad when students ask me, “Sir, when to apply HCF and when to apply LCM?”. This question is a symbol of everything that is wrong with rote learning. HCF and LCM are concepts that students start learning as early as the 5th class in school (may be even earlier in some cases). The problem occurs because a few of them forget how the concepts need to


Preparation tips from 100 %iler – Gaurav Kataria

February 12th, 2016 by

Hello Friends! I am Gaurav Kataria ( CMAT 2016 : AIR-136, 99.75%iler with 100%ile in English) Like other MBA aspirants, I started my preparation some 5-6 months before the MBA Exam season starts and had got myself well acquainted with the CMAT format as well as other reputed entrance exams. My preparation included daily self-study giving equal time to all the sections and a lot of mocks And my preparation strategy got me over all 99.75 percentile in CMAT with 100%ile in English and 99.45%ile in Quants. I also got Calls from IIFT and NMAT. CMAT is not a test dedicated to prove your met


Recommended Books for CAT Exam Preparation

February 4th, 2016 by

One of things that I have seen a lot of CAT aspirants worry about is the books related to CAT preparation. Probably it is natural to get worried about important things in life and CAT preparation is definitely one of the important steps in anyone’s career. Having said that, the choice of books is probably not an important one. There are plenty of great books that are available in the market that you can use and there is very little that separates them. First of all, if you are looking at understanding and application I would much rather recommend that you go ahead with an online coaching