How to Solve Questions on Seating and Circular Arrangement for CAT Exam

March 28th, 2019 by

Arrangement Problems in Logical Reasoning Section of CAT can be most ambiguous of all the problems. This topic includes variety of different subtopics with multiple variation and integration of them. One such topic in arrangements is Seating (or sitting) Arrangements, which is one of the most important and consistent in CAT. I know Seating Arrangement questions can be confusing, Time-consuming and at times brainstorming questions in Logical Reasoning section. But don’t forget that around 3-4 questions are based on this topic in CAT, so answering them correctly can boost your percentile and


Statistics Concepts – Mean, Median, Mode and Solved Examples

March 18th, 2019 by

In this post, we will be discussing mean, median, mode concepts and their solved examples which is a frequently asked topic in XAT and SNAP examination. We will start our discussion with basic concepts of statistics followed by some examples that will help you get a better understanding of the concept. The short tricks to solve some particular questions are discussed during the solution of the question. 1. Mean, Median, Mode Concepts and Properties Mean, median, and mode are three kinds of "averages". There are many "averages" in statistics, but these are, the three most common, and are


Basics of Reading Comprehension – The Game of Thrones Way

March 12th, 2019 by

The Game of Thrones - Reading Comprehension We all have our monsters, demons, the lords of the netherworld that haunt our darkest nightmares. For most CAT takers, there is an unsettlingly large variety of them. A grammar question is a Mothman (Watch “The Mothman Prophecies” starring Richard Gere). You constantly tell yourself that there is going to be no Mothman anywhere, but you NEVER forget that there may be one right beside you. Grammar, in fact, could even be the dark, omnipresent, omnipotent crime lord Keyser Soze (Watch “The Usual Suspects”) – you don’t have to believe in