Guys. I want to improve PC and PJ in 3-4 days. I want to ace the questions actually. Want to tame them. Give me tips how to improve it in 3-4 days. I have a total of 30-40 hours to spend on PC and PJ in these 4 days. Which material is best to do them? What should be the appropriate strategy?
Some very imp pointers to take from whatever the CAT authorities have released so far.
1.Calculator will most probably be available at the top-right corner of the screen ( as shown in their test_day guide document ) which also indicates that DI sets might become calculation intensive.
2.It says "Details on negative marking and PENALTY for unanswered questions will be shared closer to the test day".
Why would they write "penalty for unanswered questions" if there isn't going to be any ? or maybe there will be ? No one knows but it is better to assume that there will be one and to be prepared for it.
3.The scoring pattern and probably the normalization method will be revealed as LATE as possible and as i see it maybe even be a day or two before cat so that students/coaching centres get no time to make some stategy for whatever the scoring pattern is.
4. Given that they haven't revealed scoring pattern till now which they should have if it was as simple as a +3 -1 or a +4 -1 indicates normalization will still be there and accuracy will play an imp role.
PS : My views.I may be totally wrong
Could someone please explain this extremely easy question to me.
A bag contains 9 yellow balls, 3 white balls and 4 red balls. In how many ways can 2 balls be drawn from the bag?
Guys, in the test guide it's mentioned that
'If you do not understand a question on the test, you should answer the question to the best of your ability. Details on negative marking and penalty for UNANSWERED QUESTIONS will be shared closer to the test day.' Any thoughts on this?
find the highest power of 3 in this multiplication?
(dont have OA.....Approach pls)
Approx square root!
square root of (53)
7*7 = 49
Double the number 7 = 2*7 = 14
Difference/double the nearest square root
So ans 7.285..
In the given paragraph, the last line has been deleted. Choose the option that logically follows the paragraph.
Experimental inference is of enormous importance, because without it you can never be sure that a correlation you observe has any causal significance. This can be illustrated by the so-called 'church clocks fallacy'. The clocks in the towers of two neighboring churches chime the hours, but St A's a little before St B's. A Martian visitor, noting this, might infer that St A's chime caused St B's to chime.
The Martian's prediction is that St B's clock will still chime immediately after St A's.
The only real test of this hypothesis would be experimentally to ring the St A's chime at random times rather than once per hour.
It is only experimental manipulation that can determine whether an observed correlation truly indicates causation.
This analogy can be applied to any phenomenon which we want to explore a cause-effect relationship.
Sim 13 scores
Chasing my dream !!
QA 20C 29A - 51
VA 30C 41A -79
bhai expected percentile??
kisiko 16 mila ya sabko 22 hi dia ?
bandra guy gets center at thane
borivli girl gets NERUL
whats wrong ?
percentile at 100 ?
Gave my 1st 5 options mock. AIMCAT 1509-
QA- 35A 28C 7W- 77- 98.53
VA- 19A 18C 1W- 53-98.86
OA- 54A 46C 8W- 130-99.53 AIR-57.
Okayish performance,I would say. Happy with the accuracy but made some silly errors in DI.. A sure 90+ QA paper spoiled. But, the recent trend of CL performances are making me feel great about this mediocre score.
How to start preparation 26 days before cat exam are there any important topics that i should cover first ? i don't need a very good percentile i just need some 70+ percentile is it possible ? please guys help me !!
Hi..can someone please tell me about the placement scenario at FMS for Executive MBA.. I cannot find any placement reports on the website.
what percentile can i expect in final CAT with a marks of 85-90 (40+ in each quant and verbal section).. will i be able to clear the cutoff?? need suggestions so that i can further improve my score..
thanks in advance
Points A and B are 1159 km apart. Gopal and Ravi started simultaneously from A and B respectively, and proceeded towards each other and met after 19 hours. Then Gopal increased his speed by 5 kmph and Ravi reduced his speed by 5 kmph, and both proceeded in their respective directions. Gopal reached B and Ravi reached A at the same time. By what percentage is Ravi's initial speed more than Gopal's initial speed? a) 17 6/7 %b)19 2/3% c)15 2/7 % d)22 1/3 %
Among the unproctored CL mocks and the additional mocks of CL which ones should I attempt? Or should I attempt a mix of the both mocks? Since there is less time, I dont want to overdo giving mocks and so, will attempt only a few of them!
QADI: 33C/43A = 89; 95+%ile
VALR: 33C/43A = 89; 95%ile
Total: 66C/86A = 178; 98.xx%ile
First MC of the season... A pretty bad mock I must say. Last century interface, inconsistent text sizes, inconsistent question and option positions. Pathetic experience. I wonder why am I even surprised; it's TIME.
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