CAT 2018 Exam Notification OUT – Important Dates, Application Process, Syllabus, Eligibility, Exam Pattern, Result

July 28th, 2018 by

CAT 2018 Exam Notification will release tomorrow (29th July) on the official website. However, it is already out on news websites like LiveMint. The exam will be held on 25th November 2018 in two slots. This examination is one of the toughest examinations to take admissions in Management Schools of India. Candidates have to register and fill the CAT 2018 Application form online to enroll themselves for CAT 2018. However, you can fully complete your CAT 2018 Preparation with an offline coaching or the Best Online CAT Coaching from now on, keeping November as the month of the exam in mind.


Recommended and Best Books for CAT Exam Preparation

July 24th, 2018 by

Which are the best books for CAT Preparation? - This is one of things that I have seen a lot of CAT aspirants worry about. 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 for CAT is probably not an important one. There are plenty of great books for CAT 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


CAT 2017 Question Paper With Official Answer Key and Solutions for Download

July 19th, 2018 by

CAT 2017 Question Paper with official answer key is now available for both slots. We also have detailed solutions for the entire CAT 2017 Question Paper. As a matter of fact, we have made video solutions for all questions as a part of our CAT 2018 online coaching course. However, if you have a problem with any of the answers that are given in the official CAT 2017 answer key, please let us know via the comment section - we will discuss that answer on this post. Please also mention why you found the answer given in the official answer key as incorrect or invalid. Download CAT 2017 Question


Basic Trigonometry Concepts 2 – Questions and Solved Examples for CAT

July 13th, 2018 by

In the earlier part of trigonometry series, we had seen basic concepts and some questions. In this part we will see some additional Examples to understand how to deal with CAT questions Example 1: 5sinx + 12cosx + s is always greater than or equal to 0. What could be the possible smallest value of s? a.) 13 b.) 10 c.) 6 d.) 2 Solution: 5sinx + 12cosx ≥ -s ⇒ 13(5/13sinx+12/13cosx) ≥ -s                  (Since 5,12 and 13 are Pythagorean triplets,) ⇒ 5/13 = cosA ⇒ 12/13 = sin A ⇒ 13(sinx cosA + sinA cosx) ≥ -s ⇒ 13(sin(x + A))


What people expect in a Bschool Vs What the reality truly is

July 10th, 2018 by

You got to admit - spending two years at a Bschool (or one year, if you study at ISB, Great Lakes etc.) will surely rank amongst your best academic experiences. From participating in multiple events, putting all-nighters before exams, forging amazing friendships, and getting the kick of THAT one dream job placement, your B-school journey is something that will stay with you for the rest of your lives. However, there will be times during your journey where you will go, "Woah! This is not what I expected". And that's okay. Most of us join with rosy images of our Bschool lives in our min


How to develop a reading habit to boost your CAT score?

July 9th, 2018 by

Reading a book is like falling in love: It must happen naturally; you cannot force it, and if you do, the relationship develops cracks in no time, and before long, there is a break-up. If you wish to later start afresh, the past memories, opinions, prejudices begin interfere with the present, and the effort to reconcile meets a tragic end. But…just like true love, reading must ‘happen’ to us at some point in our lives. And there could be no better time than when we prepare for the CAT. Compatibility is a major factor is our relationship with the books we read. I personally do n


Should You Quit Your Job To Prepare For CAT?

July 6th, 2018 by

The dates for the CAT exam have been announced and it will be held on 25th November this year. There are less than 5 months left for the exam and a lot of CAT aspirants are worried that they will not be able to finish the CAT Syllabus in time.  A lot of these CAT aspirants are working professionals who work in jobs that are really demanding and don’t really get the time to prepare for CAT. This post is about those aspirants and the question that often pops up in their head – ‘Should I quit my job to prepare for CAT’? Like many other questions, the answer to this question is also


What ‘V for Vendetta’ can teach you about vocab for CAT, IIFT, XAT and other exams

July 3rd, 2018 by

There are a few good ways to ace through the verbal section of the CAT or any exam like IIFT, XAT, SNAP etc. but the most entertaining one is to watch movies. Now after reading this, please don’t throw your books away and watch all the movies (and TV series of course) from your college collection neatly arranged alphabetically on your hard disk. But of you have the time, or if you like watching movies, this can be a good way to enhance your lexicon (meaning your vocabulary (vocab) of course!) While in college, there was this friend of mine who watched movies once with the subtitles an