Hello Dear Readers, Given that the lockdown looks set to be around for a while and that it will be quite a while longer before any of us can get back to our colleges and workspaces, I thought I should do something to make things a bit more lively for the readers of the blog and for myself — start a webinar series. Instead of covering what is already there on this blog, I thought I’ll take up things about CAT & MBA Prep from a slightly broader perspective that will help you view things in the right light. We will kick off this Saturday, with a webinar — 7 Skills to crack the CAT & enter the IIMs — that will focus on a skills-centric preparation instead of a concept-centric one. The other titles in this will be revealed through similar posts. The link to join the webinar — https://tinyurl.com/y7bkwpux P.S: The earlier link was one on Vimeo; I wanted to try it out because it allows unlimited attendees but a few other key …
Hi All, I am doing a webinar on how to increase your accuracy on RC questions. If this masterclass cannot help you move beyond getting stuck on two options (only if you practice the method diligently on at least 20-30 passages) then I am afraid nothing else can. You can register for the Masterclass here —https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/1364706537378004739 Best, Tony
Hi All, I am taking an RC Masterclass Webinar this Saturday, 3 August, from 11 AM to 1 PM. It is open to everyone. You can register here, if you wish to attend. And in case you missed it, you can find it here.
In the previous two posts, RC-1 and RC-2, we discussed 3 RCs from CAT 2017 Slot – 2 and executed a specific strategy — paragraph to questions — to solve CAT RCs that will increase your accuracy. In this final post of this series, we will solve the two remaining passages and fine-tune the methods discussed so far.
In the previous post, we discussed a strategy to approach RCs and solved an actual passage from CAT 2017 Slot 2. In this post, we will take up a few more passages from the same slot and execute the strategy.
So much of a weight does RC have on the CAT, so many are the difficulties faced by test-takers and so frequent are the queries that I receive about RC, despite the previous post and the Last Mile To CAT sessions, that I thought that it will be best to devote a series of posts to cracking Reading Comprehension. So before we dive in, I suggest that you read the previous post that outlines how to choose which RCs to solve.