[vc_row full_width=”” parallax=”” parallax_image=”” wide=”no”][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]There is a great deal of similarity between being successful at tests and being successful at things involving the demonstration of a skill such as a sport or craft.
Both require lot of work not just on becoming proficient technically but also mentally. Most of the time success boils down to the attitude one brings to the table.
This quote one from a celebrated & controversial British chef is very relevant to understand what goes into achieving perfection.
It is especially relevant in light of this problem called “silly mistakes” that most test-takers fret about.
Evaluated in the light of this quote, it will become evident that all the smaller things we take for granted such as reading the question properly go a long way in achieving the high degree of accuracy required to succeed on the CAT.
A few of these little things that need to be done right for your CAT preparation to be meaningful are discussed in this previous post.
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