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NEWS

CAT 2016 notification released: Exam Dec 4, registrations begin August 8, score cards via SMS

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The much awaited CAT 2016 notification is finally out. Registration for the exam will begin on August 8 and end on Se...

SNAP 2017: Registration & exam dates released

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MAT 2016 - Registration for September exam opens (apply online/ offline)

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DISCUSSIONS

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Many panic at the sight of ambiguous/"difficult" passages which are at times nerve racking or tou...

PhD/FPM 2016

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Hi,This group will discuss on queries for 2016 FPM.

OBC Discussion thread for IIMs and other mba colleges..

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*Hi Puys!!**This thread is designed to Help/ Assist "Other Backward Category" Students appearing ...

[Official] Quant Thread for CAT 2016!!!

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As we are done with CAT 2015 and those who feel that they need to start all over again to get int...

[2016] TIME AIMCAT 1713 (27th August to 28th August)

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This thread is to discuss the AIMCAT 1713 of 2016. Sharing Test taking strategies, scores etc

Preparation Details

Section I: QA & DI: 50 Questions
Section II: VA & LR: 50 Questions
Candidates can devote whatever time they want to any section. They can switch from one section to another at any point in time.

QA has multiple subsections, like Number Systems, Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Permutations & Combinations, Set Theory, and Miscellaneous Other Topics.

In DI or Data Interpretation, the topics covered are Calculation - Tables, Line & Bar Graphs, Pie Charts, Unusual Graphs, Combination Tables/Graphs, Caselet based DI, Reasoning - Tables and Graphs and Miscellaneous or Non Classifiable Concepts.

In Verbal Ability (VA) there are multiple subsections, like Vocabulary, Grammar, Verbal Logic, Reading Comprehension, and Miscellaneous Verbal Topics.

In LR or Logical Reasoning, the topics covered are Linear, Circular, Tabular Arrangements, Groupings, Blood Relations & Family Trees, Coding-Decoding, Series, Visual Reasoning, Mathematical Reasoning, Truth/Lies and Multiple Other Concepts and Miscellaneous or Non Classifiable Concepts.

Eligibility

Candidates must have minimum 50% in graduation, except SC/ST/DA/PWD candidates, who must have minimum 45% in graduation. An equivalent qualification recognised by the MHRD is also acceptable. Candidates in their final year of graduation and those still awaiting final results can also apply. They have to submit the certificates stating that their requirements were fulfilled before start of the programme. Reservations: SC: 15%, ST: 7.5%, OBC: 27%, DA: 3%

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