Study Plan: A lot of students start their CAT preparation in the first quarter of the year. I personally believe that it is the ideal time to start CAT preparation if it is the first time you are trying your hand at CAT or if you got less than 90%ile in your previous attempt(s). Keeping that in mind, I thought of putting out a study plan that will benefit the students. Do keep in mind that these are broad guidelines that can help you figure out the right away and not hard and fast rules.
I would like to divide CAT preparation in three broad areas:
Prepare for Basic Fundamentals
Para Jumbles questions in the CAT are important from 2 perspectives:
A – They are relatively easy to answer, as they do not require us to know any ‘rules’ (unlike grammar questions) beforehand
B- Most test takers not only attempt all these questions but also get most of the answers correct, therefore it becomes even more important to score well here.
If we have a low accuracy in Para Jumbles, we are under pressure to better in other questions, which could be significantly more difficult.
If all of us infinite time to answer every Para Jumbles question, eventually most of
The SBI PO Notification for 2018 recruitment exam was released today. It was released a little late when compared to previous years but at least it is out. A large number of students were waiting for it - I won't say patiently because of obvious reasons.
You can download the SBI PO notification from here:
Notification on SBI website
Mirror on Handa Ka Funda
SBI PO Notification for 2018 Exam - Important Dates
Online Registration and payment of fees - 21st April to 13th May
Online Preliminary exam - 1st July, 7th July, 8th July
Online Mains Exam - 4th August
Group Exercise and Int
Preparing for CAT, or for that matter any competitive exam in India, is not an easy task. It takes a toll on your body and on your mind. And if you have a demanding job, it becomes all the more difficult. The amount of time that you have left with for CAT 2021 preparation is limited. There is no point denying the fact that once you are back from a 9 hour shift, your mind is tired as well. So, what can a working professional who aspires to get an admission into IIMs do? How should he prepare for CAT? How should he plan his studies so that he can use the limited time available to him in the
SBI PO Exam Notification 2019
The SBI PO Exam Notification 2019 was released today. The highlights of the same are visible in the image above. The details are given below. The biggest change in the pattern is - wait for it - introduction of the preliminary phase or PHASE 1 in the SBI PO 2019 exam.
Important Dates for SBI PO Exam 2019
Commencement of online registration of application: 13th April 2019 Tentative
Last date of applying online: 2nd May 2019 Tentative
Last date for printing your application: 17th May 2019 Tentative
Online Fee Payment: 13th April to 2nd May 2019 Tentative
When it comes to MBA entrance exams like XAT, CMAT, IIFT, SNAP, etc. the knowledge of the heads of important organizations is really helpful. More often than not, you will end up getting couple of questions on these. There is also a reasonable chance that you will get a question of Match-The-Following type where this information would be really useful.
I have compiled a list of the current heads of important bodies and divided into two parts: India & International. Both of them are given below. (F) indicates that the person is a female.
Studying online is convenient. You have access to resources all in one place, from the comfort of your own home. But how often do you think you study completely distraction free?
You know what I’m talking about. You go online to check Facebook for 2 minutes, and 30 minutes later you’ve delved deep into a friend of a friend’s pics from 3 years ago. A 20-minute break to watch a quick episode of something becomes a full-on binge. Don’t even get me started on the black hole that is YouTube. Or Instagram.
Realistically, this can happen whether you’re stmonudying online or using a book