Saturday, May 23rd, 2015
Geometry forms an important part of Quantitative Aptitude for CAT exam. Typically you get 8-9% of the CAT paper or 25% of Quantitative Aptitude portion from Geometry. More often than not, the questions are based on basic concepts and their applications. Rarely you get a question which is based on a theorem that a class 10th student would not know. A lot of students spend a lot of time mugging up fancy theorems. It would be much better for them if they just knew the concepts of similar triangles properly. Along with Algebra, you can safely assume that Geometry will probably be the most important part of quantitative aptitude syllabus of CAT exam. The topics and chapters which are covered in the Geometry syllabus for CAT 2015 exam are as follows:
Lines and Angles
To understand the relative importance of these Geometry topics and also to understand what you should study in the above mentioned chapters, you should watch the video given below.
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In the next video / post in the series on CAT Syllabus, we will be covering the Modern Maths portion of CAT preparation in more detail. You can view the video on complete CAT syllabus here.