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So you have dreamt for CAT 2017 ? Are you ready for this ? Do you really know the nature of CAT?

The above are the questions which must come to your mind and you must have answers to all these questions because dreaming is one part and working on dreaming is the second crucial part.

You must know that CAT (Common Admission Test) is an examination which is conducted by IIM body, mainly for IIMs and even the top business schools also accept CAT scores.

CAT 2017 will be notified in middle of July this year and CAT would be conducted in 1st week of November 2017.

CAT has mainly three sections viz. Quantitative Aptitude which includes QA & DI, Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension. CAT is a computer based test and you are being given 180 minutes to clear 100 questions and with the negative marking CAT is the most premium and the toughest MBA entrance examination.

With the CAT you need to compete with approximately two lac other MBA aspirants who would be equally serious as you are.

This is the right time for you to start preparation for CAT and understand the fundamentals of Arithmetic, algebra, menstruation, trigonometry, for Quant section and you need to understand the nitty-gritty of grammar and raise your vocabulary for Verbal Ability section and practice a lot for Reading Comprehension section.

The experienced students have always recommended to clarify the fundamentals, you need to dig through NCERT books wherein you would find the basics of fundamentals and that would clear your doubts and make you very strong fundamentally and later when you will practice on various Mock tests, you would find magic results in a time bound CAT examination.

Although everybody fears with CAT and perceives as a most dreaded test to score high but those who have cleared CAT in previous years have other story to say i.e. CAT is not a difficult exam provided you prepare well and execute well.

Get on to preparation now to achieve mission CAT 2017 !

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