Danny Left for Granny's house between 5:00 pm and 6:00 pm and when he returned between 8:00 pm and 9:00 pm he noticed that the minute hand and hour hand have interchanged their positions. what time did Danny leave ?
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In no other historical sighting did Halley’s Comet cause such a worldwide sensation as did its return in 1910-1911.
QA: 99.88 = 74(25/31).. Poor accuracy..:-/ Needed calculator to find out cos36, but wasn't available
DI/LR: 96.97 = 49(17/20), Very low attempts, Need to speed up here
VA: 82.7 = 34(14/28) Abysmal score, but can't help here..(
OA: 98.88 = 157 (56/79)
QA : 69
LRDI : 48
VA : 56
OA : 173 Tortuous as well as torturous LRDI.
hey can a student(pgdm) from a very new clg apply to phd..?? i heard that a clg should be atleast 5 yrs old.. pls guide...
where can i see the percentile i scored in pg mock cat series..in the stats, it is showing the score n not percentile
Now Thats a Cracker:
Sections Order Changed for CAT 2015:
Section 1: VA/RC
P.S.: Proof IAvaiable in FAQs>Exam Format on iimcat.ac.in
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Can someone send me the PDF for SIMCAT(Revised) for 1,2, 3,4 which have the solutions. I want to do only the QA part as I don't have time to sit all the three hours. Moreover IMS has reversed the sections as per CAT Notification today and now when I am opening the mock-it is starting with the VA section. So I can't sit for 2 hours for QA to start. Please someone email me the four PDFs.
While last year we had people like shashwat^2, ankan(christianbale) and feralonso(sidd) to name a few the line up looks impressive againagain. Best of luck DT 15
Test__QADI %ile__VALR %ile__OA %ile__AIR/Topper'sList__Cutoffs
IMS ID (1347317):
HITBULLSEYE ID (1215015879):
(Took a lot as missed. Mentioning rank according to the topper's list.)
BM3__97.13__ 93.73__97.67__13__All Cleared
Test__QA %ile__DILR %ile VA %ile__OA %ile__AIR/Topper'sList__Cutoffs
ID CHANGED after 1609N( Upgraded from Basic to Enhanced)
New TIME ID: PNCC5S339
1612N__99.56__99.70__99.93__99.98__NA__All Cleared(Outside window!)
IMS ID (1347317):
SIMCAT 2.0__99.61__99.23__95.21__99.87__11__All Cleared
SIMCAT 5__ 97.69__92.36__98.61__99.12__117__All Cleared
SIMCAT 6__99.88__99.96__86.69__99.92__12__All Cleared
SIMCAT 7__90.11__99.91__99.99__99.88__17__All Cleared
SIMCAT 8__98.37__99.99__99.93__99.98__3__All Cleared
SIMCAT 9__97.53__97.58__99.89__99.69__42__All Cleared
SIMCAT 113__96.07__99.98__96.87__99.94__NA__All Cleared
SIMCAT 114__99.78__100__99.42__99.98__NA__All Cleared
SIMCAT 115__99.97__99.99__95.92__99.99__NA__All Cleared
SIMCAT 10__99.64__100__99.88__100__1__All Cleared
BULLSEYE ID (1215015879):
BM 24__97.38__99.04__98.43__99.65__4__All Cleared
BCAT3__98.83__81.15__99.92__99.75__3__DILR Not Cleared!
CL ID (10971620):
TIME AIMCATS Missed Test Scores:
bull mock 29 . OA 192
I am appearing for CAT this year. I have 3.5 years of working experience along with 88.4% in my 10th and 75% in 12 standard. I completed my engineering with 75%. Can anyone suggest the kind of colleges I should be looking out for. The ones focusing more on the experience and are a good return on investment. How about SP Jain and MDI Gurgaon? Please suggest in the range of 90-95 %ile.
I am interested in Round 1 Chennai. Please let me know whether should I apply or not-
X - 78%, XII - 65%, B.Tech - 67%, GMAT - 610 (Q - 43, V - 31, AWA - 5, IR - 5)
Work Ex - 44 months in March '16.
Also If you've got any idea about the PGDM.
Quote by Jack Welch- The Internet is the ________ of big business. He said in the context of how big the internet can grow.
Any information from TIME regarding will they change the order in the coming mocks? --> VA , LRDI , QA
P and Q can complete a job in 10days and 12days respectively. They worked on it for alternate days with P starting it.Find the number of days that they would take to complete it.(Plz explain the procedure to solve this question)
In how many ways can 8 students sit around two circular tables located in two different rooms such that 4 students sit around each table?
The ratio of income of A and B one year ago is 3:2.the ratio of increased income to original income of A is 2:3 and that of B is 3:4.the total present income of A&&b together is 21500.So find the income of B.
Religious beliefs and practices are found in all human groups and go back to the very beginnings of human culture. Recent findings in psychology, anthropology and neuroscience offer an empirical approach, focused on the mental machinery activated in acquiring and representing religious concepts.
Religion is not a domain where anything goes, where any strange belief could appear and get transmitted from generation to generation. On the contrary, there is only a limited catalogue of possible supernatural beliefs. Even without knowing the details of religious systems in other cultures, we all know that some notions are far more widespread than others. The idea that there are invisible souls of dead people lurking around is a very common one; the notion that people's organs change position during the night is very rare. But both are equally irrefutable. So the problem, surely, is not just to explain how people can accept supernatural claims for which there is no strong evidence but also why they tend to represent and accept these particular supernatural claims rather than other possible ones. We should explain why they are so selective in the claims they adhere to.
Indeed, we should go even further and abandon the credulity-scenario altogether. Here is why:
In this scenario, people relax ordinary standards of evidence for some reason. If you are against religion, you will say that this is because they are naturally credulous, or respectful of received authority, or too lazy to think for themselves, etc. If you are more sympathetic to religious beliefs, you will say that they open up their minds to wondrous truths beyond the reach of reason. But the point is that if you accept this account, you assume that people first open up their minds, as it were; and then let it be filled by whatever religious beliefs are held by the people who influence them at that particular time. This is often the way we think of religious adhesion. There is a gate-keeper in the mind that either allows or rejects visitors, that is, other people's concepts and beliefs. When the gate-keeper allows them in, these concepts and beliefs find a home in the mind and become the person's own beliefs and concepts.
Our present knowledge of mental processes suggests that this scenario is highly misleading. People receive all sorts of information from all sorts of sources. All this information has some effect on the mind. Whatever you hear and whatever you see is perceived, interpreted, explained and recorded by the various inference systems I described above. Every bit of information is fodder for the mental machinery. But then some pieces of information produce the effects that we identify as 'belief'. That is, the person starts to recall them and use them to explain or interpret particular events; they may trigger specific emotions; they may strongly influence the person's behaviour. Note that I said some pieces of information, not all. This is where the selection occurs. In ways that a good psychology of religion should describe, it so happens that only some pieces of information trigger these effects, and not others; it also happens that the same piece of information will have these effects in some people but not others. So people do not have beliefs because they somehow made their minds receptive to belief and then acquired the material for belief. They have some beliefs because, among all the material they acquired, some of it triggered these particular effects.
1)This passage is most likely to be found in a/an:
A. Scientific journal
B. Publication of a religious organization
C. Psychology textbook
D. Encyclopaedic entry on religion
2) With which of the following would the author be most likely to agree?
A. Invisible dead people (i.e. ghosts) can be found all around us.
B.Religious beliefs are acquired when people allow themselves to be influenced by other people's beliefs.
C.Religious beliefs are mainly of the kind that cannot be verified, and therefore cannot be refuted either.
D.Not all but pieces of information gathered by us can affect our belief.