Do`s and Don’ts – Month Before CAT

May 6th, 2013 by

– Month Before CAT   Dear Student, The most common question that I face these days is “What should I do in the next few weeks before CAT”. Given below is the best possible approach in my opinion. The Quantitative Aptitude section is the one that most non-mathematics students fear. You should first divide your study time in two parts. As of now, I would recommend a 50-50 allocation to funda-prep and test-prep. A plan to tackle the same should involve the following: Students should revise the basics across all chapters. You can do that from the revision section of ming

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Do`s and don`ts – Week Before CAT

May 6th, 2013 by

Do`s and don`ts – Week Before CAT   Dear Student, With just couple of weeks left to the big day, given below are seven suggestions. 1) You should not fiddle with your test-taking strategy at this stage. As long as you know that the strategy you are using is giving you rewards, don't change it. 2) Do not over prepare. You should not take more than 5-6 full length tests in the remaining time. In the last one week you should ideally take only test. 3) The IRMA and IIFT entrance exams are scheduled for 8th November and 22nd November respectively. Normally, these exams are

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Pay by Cash for CAT Online Courses

January 12th, 2013 by

So here is a cool thing that we have done on Handa Ka Funda – we are now accepting cash payments for online courses. I know that it sounds a little old fashioned and some of us (not pointing fingers towards Rohit Iyer) were initially against the idea but then again – it is just one more option for the student. Obviously, the online versions of payment like credit-card, debit-card and net-banking are available. The list of cities in which the option to pay by cash is available are: Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Chennai, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Gurgaon, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, Navi Mu

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Handa Ka Funda Redux

January 3rd, 2013 by

We started Handa Ka Funda few years ago by making few amateurish videos and had no idea about what we were trying to do or planning to achieve with it. It felt like something worth doing and we gave it a fair shot. But things have changed since then. Video streaming isn’t a big problem anymore, nearly every student has access to a decent internet connection and people have started caring about issues like audio and video quality. So, in an attempt to keep up with the times, we decided to revamp the website. We believe that the current model of test preparation of coaching classes is just no

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