I have completed my 10+2 and graduation in distance due to some family problems and my percentage in graduation in 45% and i belongs to SC category can i eligible to this CAT exam please tell. me sir and how could I crack CAT exam
According to the CAT eligibility criteria, if a SC/ST/PWD candidate who has completed any Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized University with 45% of aggregated marks then he can sit for CAT examination. You are really lucky in way as you are on the verge. The same is 50% for general and OBC students.
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Now, coming to the second question, how to prepare for it. CAT is a comprehensive examination that doesn't test your knowledge but your presence of mind. Even if you have a top-notch strategy, it may not work on the D-day, as they say it. Any strategy that you adopt must be your own to form. You need to understand that each applicant has his/her strengths and weaknesses. And all have a specific signature ability to improve.
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Yes of course you are eligible for CAT because as per the CAT eligibility criteria the candidate should have completed graduation with 40% of marks if he/she belongs to SC/ST/PwD category and as you belongs to SC category so you will definitely be eligible for CAT.
Common Admission Test, in short CAT is conducted by any of the IIM in rotation every year , it is a computer-based entrance exam conducted for MBA/PGDM admissions at 20 IIMs and 1000+ B-Schools in India.
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For complete exam pattern (latest) of CAT kindly check out the link given below :-
Now let us discuss how to prepare for above three sections so that we can get the best score which can take us to the best B-Schools of the country.
For Quantitative Ability :-
** For this section your pre-requisite is the complete understanding of basics of Mathematics.
** You should have proper command on topics like profit and loss, number system, geometry.
** Practice as many as sample papers you can and go for some mock tests as well.
For complete details about preparation of QA section kindly check out the link given below :-
Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension :-
** Reading skill is the pre-requisite for this section, so try to read different English story books, magazines, etc.
** Go through newspapers, journals, blogs, articles, etc to enhance your reading skills and watch some English visuals such as English News, web series, movies and likewise.
** Try solving questions based on comprehension, inferences and para jumbles. You can purchase some booklets for the same from market.
For complete details about preparation of VARC section kindly check out the link given below :-
Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation :-
** This section seems to be the toughest section in CAT exam, but it is not if you practice a lots of questions on logical reasoning and practice solving different hard core problems so that your problem solving ability will increase, which is the pre-requisite for this section.
** Go through some basic topics like seating arrangements, blood relations, syllogisms, etc to get familiar with this section.
For complete details about preparation of DI&LR section kindly check out the link given below :-
I hope this information helps you.