In the previous post we covered the Dos and Don’ts of representing or structuring data and how to prioritise conditions. In this post we will take a look at the type of reasoning sets that pose major challenges to the average test-taker.
After the previous post a few of you had commented saying that you are eagerly awaiting the post on the DI-LR section. The earnestness is understandable since most of you who are facing the SimCATs will know that the DI-LR section is one that will make or break your CAT. If it goes well, you will take that confidence into the QA section finish strong. If your performance on the DI-LR section goes south then you […]
The Verbal Ability section of the CAT has always been one of those things that never fails gets my goat. To me it has never made any sense at all! Why do they want MBA aspirants to read passages by philosophers (and sometimes poets) and then answer questions set by non-philosophers or people who fancy themselves as philosophers know at least three idioms in which the word “DONKEY” is used correctly and one in which it […]