[Official] CAT 2016 Aspirants from Bangalore.

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This discussion thread will be focused for CAT 2016 aspirants to guide them and clear their doubts about Institutes & concepts. 

List of the best institute in Bangalore: 

1. TIME (Fee: 30,000)

2. TestCracker (Fee: 35,000)

3. Byju (Fee: 32,000 but you can get @ 20,000)

4. CL (Fee: 18,000)

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Hi friends, I want to sell TIME CAT 2016 material. If anyone is interested (specially who lives in Bangalore) or anyone knows someone who wants to buy it pm me.

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Hi guys.. m planning to join cat classroom course for CAT 2016 in Bangalore. Please suggest which will be good?

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catoholic007
@catoholic007  ·  28 karma

Location in Bangalore? You can join Byju's Classes if you are clear on Basics and want to get command on Faster methods and unconventional approach. You can join CL to follow a more structured and conventional method. 

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Hi guys! I am planning to give CAT this year. Can someone suggest me best online tutorials for the preparation? TIA

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BYJU study material for sale 2016 only price 3.5k.

Contact Sarthak

9741815844 

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Hii guys. Is the difficulty level of IMS study material questions enough for CAT level preparation ?

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pallabi_05
@pallabi_05TAPMI Manipal  ·  31 karma

time is better

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What could be the best novels/books for CAT16 VA. I'm truly weak at this section. Please suggest

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Ashank.Dubey
@Ashank.Dubey  ·  168 karma

According to my analysis, you start with "How to read faster and better" 

There are some tips, i wanna share with you. 

Reading Habit

A reader who has a high prior knowledge about the topic of the text will always understand it better than a reader who has a low or no prior knowledge. Connecting the ideas given in the text to what you already know helps you understand the text better. Trying to read a text about which you know nothing is like pouring water through a sieve; you don't retain much. For example, try reading these numbers:

7615423 Isn't it hard to read and remember?

761-5324 This one is easier because of grouping. You can read it and remember it because of mental connection.

Similarly, if you like reading about science, reading science passages will be easy for you. Same goes for philosophy, psychology etc. Our mind connects to things it already knows. Reading extensively will enhance your prior knowledge about various topics and in turn enhance your reading comprehension. Start reading high-quality, information-rich texts on a regular basis. The pain taken now will result in an easy ride later. You can use the following resources that I used to crack my CAT and GMAT verbal section:

A. Newspaper- The Hindu

B. Magazine- The Economist, Time

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manyank267
@manyank267  ·  0 karma

Thanks @Ashank.Dubey Sir.....it's really useful

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Do i need to study ncert class 8th to 10th maths book for cat 16 ?? Please suggest

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Paramjeet_
@Paramjeet_  ·  4 karma

If you are from non-engineering background it is beneficial to study as they contain the very basic concepts. I guess it won't take more than a week to complete it.

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garvita1
@garvita1  ·  4 karma

Okay

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Two cars race around a circular track at constant speeds starting at the same point. If they travel in opposite directions, then they meet every 30 seconds. If they travel in the same direction, then they meet every two minutes. If the track is 1800m long, what is the speed of each car?

(a) 37.5 m/s and 22.5 m/s                                                 

(b) 75 m/s and 45 m/s                      

(c) 135 m/s and 81 m/s                                                   

(d) None of these


You have two strings whose only known property is that when you light one end of either string it takes exactly one hour to burn. The rate at which the strings will burn is completely random and each string is different. How do you measure 45 minutes?

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manyank267
@manyank267  ·  0 karma

Sir.............waiting for solution

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Everyday, I will post one quant & LR question & after 24 hours solution of that....Let's start from today: 


1. Find the number of ways in which 6! (factorial of 6) can be written as the product of two integers.

(a) 15               
(b) 30                   
(c) 6                        
(d) None of these

2.There are three switches outside of a closed room to operate three different light bulbs inside the room. Let's make it clear, the room is perfectly sealed and it's not possible to determine whether lights are on from outside the room. You can only go into the room once. How will you determine which switch belongs to which bulb?    

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Ashank.Dubey
@Ashank.Dubey  ·  168 karma

First let us find out the number of factors of 6! The following is the formula to calculate the number of factors (or divisors) of any number -

6! = 6x5x4x3x2x1 = 51x24x32 (Only 2, 3 & 5 are prime factors here)

Therefore, applying the formula we have mentioned above, the number of factors is (1+1)x(4+1)x(2+1) = 2 x 5 x 3 = 30

Now that we know 6! has 30 factors, we can definitely write 6! as the product of two natural numbers in 15 ways as 15 pairs will be formed. But read the question carefully - the question is asking about the product of two integers (that's why we keep insisting on reading the question carefullyJ).

It means that every pair will now give us two ways. For example, 1 x 720 is the first way, but we can also write 720 as ( - 1 x - 720). (Value of 6! is 720).

So, the final answer is 15 x 2 ways = 30 ways;

Option (b).

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Ashank.Dubey
@Ashank.Dubey  ·  168 karma

First switch on any one of the switches and let it be on for 10 min and then switch it off (notice that you haven't yet entered the room - which you are allowed to do only once). Now switch on the second switch and go inside the room - obviously the second switch corresponds to the bulb which is glowing. Now, of the other two bulbs, you need to determine which one belongs to Switch #1 (which you had switched on earlier). Touch both of them - since the bulb corresponding to Switch #1 had been on for a good ten minutes, it will be warm. So, there you know - which bulb belongs to Switch #1. The bulb which is now left belongs to Switch#3 (which was not turned on even once).

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