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I want to practice lr di from previous year mocks which one should i practice from time or cl or IMS? from which year I need to start.

People who gave Cat last year and gave mocks too, please help with the query.

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IIM_Groot
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@DreamerIIMC TIME LRDI was good last year.Gave two SIMCATS this month and found the DILR sets to be good enough.Haven't tried CL but people say they possess the best LRDI sets for CAT but lack in explaining them properly or so I have heard. which is equally important If possible go through as many problems as you can.

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DreamerIIMC
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@IIM_Groot Thanks bro

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diagram aisa hi banaya hai.. ya fir kuch aur tha.. I was doing it for first time toh i took a lot of time in understanding this but ab samajh toh aa gaya hai... did u use any other method ?

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Shankarji
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i didnt draw the full thing. I traced only the portions that i needed

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Kritika1993
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i have the solution for this but thats quite time taking.... i want to see alternate approach to this question

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Shankarji
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25. 3

26. 4

27. 1

28. 5

29. 2

time 12-13 min

diagrammatic hai kaam. yaha possible nhi.

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Kritika1993
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@Shankarji thanks i had the solution with the diagram... tab samajh nahi aa raha tha... par baad mein aa gaya... lekin time taking hai vo diagram


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 Hi,

DILR veterens, please give me some pointers. I am terrified of too much data, charts and figures. LR I am better at and can attempt. But a mix of too much DI and too little LR makes it hard for me to attempt acurately. (IIFT DILR was a real life nightmare)  Please help me. 

Thank you.

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Shankarji
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Dekho bhai, being comfortable with charts/figures/data is a baic necessity for cracking entrance exams. Given that right now you are scared of this section, the only sane advice is still do it. Karna to hai hi kabhi kabhi. Aaj Karo ya Kal. Instead of delaying it, attack it. Do not look for immediate results as well. This is a skill and like any other pursuit, it requires time and effort to build up; be it football or playing a guitar. Aaram see karte raho ho hi jayega. Yahi sochna, bachpan mein several of us faced trouble with tables as well but now we consider them to be reasonably easy, this change has happened due to repeated interaction with the subject matter and no other reason. All the best

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SandCrystal
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@Shankarji Thank you for the motivation! Will take on this challenge and treat it as learning a new skill :)

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Approach anyone?

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DTrumpUSA
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@IIM_Groot 4 people use same ride can b only if that's common ride. Shahjahan went r3 r6 and r4 is children. So r3 r6 are adult and r4 R5 are children rides. From here it's easy.

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IIM_Groot
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@DTrumpUSA Got it.Thanks!

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I have created Video Solutions for the DILR section of SIMCAT 1 and uploaded them in a playlist on a youtube channel named "Shankar Bhayankar" 

link:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHnV3E4eFnUAeoJYd1yil3g 

It contains what all went through my mind at the time of attempting the paper and some of the concepts that can help you attempt questions in less time.

I would recommend only those users who have attempted the test to have a look at it for potential benefit. 

Do leave feedback on videos. It would help me provide better solutions in future.

PS: my scorecard from the test is attached below for those interested.

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Shankarji
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@AnuvratShukla thanks for the support. Just 1 thing. I am not advocating test taking approach is a better way than question approach(i am guessing what you want to say here is formula based or memory based). I am just trying to present something that I feel is useful, doesnt get as much attention by aspirants and is something people should certainly try to master. Most 99.9+%ilepeople that I know use their own ingenious ways and that is something candidates dont realise and keep waiting for someone to spoonfeed them. My effort here is to show "formulae and shortcuts" are well and good but having presence of mind is equally important if not more.

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AnuvratShukla
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16 aane sach

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If any one can find out the key hint to open this this set ?

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Shankarji
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A Mathematician is given a task of filling numbers in 10 cells of a grid of dimensions 2 units A Mathematician is given a task of filling numbers in 10 cells of a grid of dimensions 2 units × 5 units having 2 rows and 5 columns. In the cells of the first row, he has to fill 5 consecutive numbers, say, x, x + 1, x + 2, x + 3, x + 4, lying between 100 and 300. In the cells of the second row, he has to fill 5 numbers that are x + 100, x + 101, x + 102, x + 103, x + 104. It is also known that:

He has to maximize the number of prime numbers in each row.The average of numbers in the cells of the two rows has to be a prime number.

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Q1)If Police Patrolling jeep No. 2 had received calls from only three Police Patrolling jeeps, then what could be the lowest possible number of Police Patrolling jeeps from which Police Patrolling jeep No. 7 received calls?

Q2)What could be the maximum possible number of calls that can be made by the Constables?

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Shankarji
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image nhi dikh raha

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DreamerIIMC
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@Shankarji Okay bro, let me edit

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