Feroz MohammadLast Seen: 2 days 6 hours agoJoined on: 14-Mar-2019Education Interest: ManagementEducation Level: In Graduation

# What is the syllabus for cat 2019..?

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AgLast Seen: 2 hours 4 min agoJoined on: 07-Nov-2017Education Interest: ManagementEducation Level: Graduate & Above

Hello Feroz

CAT is 3 hr examination and ticket to various top notch B Schools.CAT syllabus is very wide.Every year topics swapped.It goes on changing every year.CAT paper is divided into 3 parts VARC,DILR and QA.

VARC (34 Qs)

In this section constitutes 24 RC Qs;Sectional weightage in CAT syllabus is 24%.Apart from RC,Parajumbles(without options),Vocab based Qs,Grammar,Critical Reasoning,Facts,Inference and judgement,completion of last sentence of paragraph.In recent years this topics cover majority of paper.Other topics such as verbal reasoning analogies are disappearing but it is better if you learn the basic of this topic.

Quantitative Aptitude Section:(34Qs)

• Number Systems
• Profit, Loss and Discount
• LCM and HCF
• Speed, Time and Distance
• Percentages
• Time and Work
• Ratio and Proportion
• Averages
• Quadratic Equations & Linear Equations
• Complex Numbers
• Simple and Compound Interest
• Logarithm
• Sequences and Series
• Inequalities
• Probability
• Surds and Indices
• Set Theory & Function
• Permutation and Combination
• Mixtures and Alligations
• Trigonometry
• Coordinate Geometry
• Geometry
• Mensuration

Logical Reasoning and Data interpretation Section(32Qs)

• Linear Arrangements
• Circular Arrangements
• Games and Tournaments
• Venn Diagram Based
• Tabular Arrangements
• Grid / Matrix Arrangements
• Mathematical Puzzles
• Set theory

Data Interpretation Section

• Tables
• Data charts
• Bar diagrams
• Pie charts
• Graphs
• Data analysis
• Line graph
• Tournament based Data

Hope I have cleared your doubt.All the best for Future endeavour!!!!

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Sameena Banu 10 days ago

Sameena BanuLast Seen: 1 hour 48 min agoJoined on: 21-Jan-2019Education Interest: ManagementEducation Level: Graduate & Above
HI,
The CAT exam consists of 3 sections - Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (VA RC), Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning (DI LR), Quantitative Ability (QA).
The VARC (Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension) section consists of 34 questions, the DILR (Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning) section consists of 32 questions and the QA (Quantitative Ability) section consists of 34 questions, making a total of 100 questions to be solved during the exam.
CAT Syllabus for Quantitative Aptitude Syllabus
Geometry
HCF & LCM
Averages
Trigonometry
AlGebra
Partnership (Accounts)
Mensuration
Profit & Loss
Time-Speed-Distance
Ratios and Proportion
Surds and Indices
Number system
Geometric Progression
INequalities
Work and time
Percentages
Logarithms
CAT Syllabus for Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation
Blood Relations
Series
Proposition
Direction Sense
Coding-Decoding
Assumptions
Puzzles
Clocks and Calendars
Statements
Data Arrangement
Family Tree
Binary Logic
Seating Arrangement
Venn Diagram
Sets
Data Structures
Syllogism
CAT Syllabus for Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension
Fill in the blanks
Verbal Reasoning
Sentence completion
Grammar
Syllogisms
Jumbled paragraphs
Para Completion and inference
Contextual usage
Foreign language words used in English
Analogies
Sentence correction
Verbal logic
Different usage of same words
Idioms
Parajumbles
Antonyms
One word substitution
All the best

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Feroz MohammadLast Seen: 2 days 6 hours agoJoined on: 14-Mar-2019Education Interest: ManagementEducation Level: In Graduation
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