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Preparing for an MBA and not just the CAT

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CAT / Motivation

The results of quite a few top b-schools are out and even now I get a lot of queries about that revolve around specialisations — which specialisations should I choose, I do not have any idea what my area of interest and so and so forth. This is not surprising since in India our strategy is simple — first crack the test, then see what is the best college your percentiles can get you and […]

To re-take or not to re-take the CAT

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B-School Selection / CAT / Motivation

April is the cruellest month is how one of the greatest modernist poems starts off and it is kind of applicable to all those who have taken CAT 2016 and are awaiting the results. While some have already made it, others are desperately awaiting the results, while still others are waiting for the results but are not really sure whether they should go ahead and join a b-school this year or give the CAT another shot. It […]

CAT 2016: GD-PI Toolkit

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B-School Selection / CAT / WAT-GD-PI

Dear CAT 2016 Achievers, Like we did last year, we have created a folder with articles curated to cover topics that might pop in this year’s WAT-GD-PIs. The articles are not easy reads by far since they are from sources such as EPW and McKinsey. More than trying to agree or disagree with the views expressed, it would be best to look at them to get a more diverse set of examples and also incorporate view […]

CAT 2016: The best online CAT so far

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Now that the dust has begun to settle on CAT 2016, we can may be take a step back — beyond score calculators, the expected percentiles and incorrect questions — and take a look at it in terms of the evolution of the test. The test itself, if I am not wrong, for only the third time in its history did not change at all in terms of structure. On the face of it CAT 2016 […]

CAT 2016: Where can I get tough CAT questions to practice?

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CAT

This is a question that we get asked frequently, more so this year given last year’s yough DI-LR section. One place where you can get more SimCAT-level questions whose level of difficutly is quantified is in a book called CAT 500. This is a book that we publish every year with new questions across all areas and classifed topic-wise. The USP of this book is that the questions are selected based on actual SimCAT data.