Now with only a few days left for the D-Day, the anxiety of aspirants is understandable. Do not pressurize yourself in this last week and go with the flow.Have belief in yourself, keep a leveled head and you will taste success!On the exam day, manage your time well and do not fall into the trap of remaining stuck on one question for too long. Always remember that it’s a smart exam which ultimately tests your time management skills. Try to focus your attention on staying positive and calm.

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As there are less than ten days left for the CAT'2020 exam, the anxiety of aspirants is understandable.

Remember, you are not alone. Everyone is in the same situation, and the one who is calm and confident will perform better than others.

Play with your strengths, and you will do well. Keep practicing till the end and focus on the revision of concepts.

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ABDC is a trapezium where AB and CD are parallel sides with AB being the smaller of the two. Sides AB, AC and BD of trap. are equal. Now a circle with centre O is drawn with AB as a chord of this while the other three sides are tangential to it. Then angle AOB is?

@scrabbler I'm unable to solve this problem even after pondering over this for a day. Can you help please.

is there a way to solve these questions quickly during the test by any approximation or anything? I know it can be solved by deriving what that expressions must be equalling to or reverse engineering from the options to reach that express, but both approaches are TIME CONSUMING. PGians help your fellow distressed sister.

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