CAT 2019 - The 99 percentile aspirant's club

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The purpose of this group is for me to have a mentoring platform through which I will encourage and motivate people to get 99 percentile and above. It is my belief that the current methods do not really work for most people and many do not really succeed despite taking CAT many times as they do not have a clear idea as to how they should prepare. This group will address the issue and help people achieve 99 percentile, assuming they have the right aptitude to start with.

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CAT QA Explainer | Algebra | Quadratic Equations | Discriminant | Roots of an equation

Quadratic Equations are a favorite of the CAT QA. Each year you get two to three questions from this area. Another low hanging fruit that students miss in Algebra over arcane shortcuts.  

CAT QA Explainer – Discriminant

https://youtu.be/gARXqAVpxRA

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Hello Aspirants,

This is Set-39 of 100 LRDI Challenge Series. In this we have discussed a past year #CAT Question based on Caselets.

We have asked a question at the end of the video, Try solving it and us know your answer in the comment Section. 

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CAT QA Explainer | Indices Surds Logarithms | Combo Quesitons | Additional Topics

In the Concluding CAT QA Explainer for Indices Surds and Logarithms, we look at combination questions – use of more than one area from the QA Section. We look at how to extend what we learned

CAT QA Explainer – Combination Questions

https://youtu.be/ymx2Ed5tyic

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CAT QA Explainer | Indices Surds Logarithms | Logarithm Properties  

Logarithms are the favorite sub topic from Indices-Surds-Logarithms Triad. In this CAT QA Explainer session, we look at how basic questions from Logarithms break the tension during the QA section of CAT. Usually these questions can be solved with minimal manipulations or using options.  

CAT QA Explainer – Logarithms

https://youtu.be/lnadwGN8iDw

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CAT QA Explainer | Indices Surds Logarithms | Surds – Approximation | Rationalization | Using Options

Surds are a favorite of CAT and IIFT Papers. In this CAT QA Explainer session we look at basic concepts of Surds and how to use options and approximate the values to solve the questions in a breeze.  

CAT QA Explainer – Surds

https://youtu.be/5922QEPLAwU

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CAT QA Explainer | Indices Surds Logarithms | Properties of Indices | Algebra | Numbers

In this session of CAT QA Explainers, we look at basic properties of Indices that can be used to solve questions from CAT, XAT and IIFT Papers. Master these easy properties before you waste your time on remainders, last digit and factorials area of Numbers.  

CAT QA Explainer – Properties of Indices

https://youtu.be/CmBTQg5TSI0

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With solution please and not just answer

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Take your first step to a Global Career

 To avoid confusing SPJIMR with any other institution, look for the five strokes logo and the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan association. 
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CAT QA Explainer | Indices Surds Logarithms | Indices – Basic Powers | Powers of 2,3,5 and 7

Students fret over what to study for CAT QA especially Numbers and Algebra. Indices, Surds and Logarithms are what they should study – along with their manipulations. These are low hanging fruits that make up around 15% of the CAT QA Section. Way more than last digits, remainders, probability, etc.  

CAT QA Explainer – Basic Powers

https://youtu.be/TVfnSz3W7vA

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