CAT (Common Admission Test) is one of the toughest management exams in India to crack. It is the gateway to getting admission into honoured IIMs and other top B-schools of India. So, how to crack the CAT 2020? Tips are always helpful for preparation because there you will get all the information like how to prepare, how to manage your time, by which way we need to go with. Here we are sharing CAT preparation tips, read them carefully and try to prepare very well.
CAT Preparation Tips 2020
Information about syllabus
This is a useful tip for almost any exam. Understand the syllabus by going through the past year’s papers and official guidelines. The four fundamental of CAT Exam 2020:
- Quantitative Ability
- Data Interpretation
- Logical Reasoning
- Verbal Ability
- Prepare your own time table and manage your time equally for all the subjects.
- Analyzes your strengths and weakness.
- Collect all the details about the syllabus and cover each topic in your preparation.
- Gather all previous questions paper and mock papers and solved it
- Maintain your time during the study.
- If you have a lot of time, you can join coaching. But self-study is the best study. Coaching will only give you good guidance.
- Focus more on topics in which you are making errors, focus more on the topics in which you aren’t answering questions. Focus less on topics in which you are already scoring well.
To improve in the verbal section.
- Reading newspapers on a daily basis.
- Improve your reasoning skills.
- Try to attempt the Reading Comprehension at the beginning and quickly.
- Read newspapers, magazines, and articles on a daily basis.
- Candidates should work on improving your grammar part and practice reading a lot.
- Collect Mock papers and solve it.
- Students must give equal weightage to all the subjects and prepare for them as per your prepared time-table.
- Include short breaks of 15 minutes between long hours of study.
- Maintaining a proper schedule for every task that you do can lead you to success.
- At last time, don’t try to start a new topic.
- During preparation, never ignore your health, so maintain your health
- Take fresh fruits and vegetables
- Avoid junk food and a heavy diet.
- At the time of preparation do yoga and meditation, it will help you to calm your mind, increasing inner peace, confidence, and power of concentration.
- Never overstress yourself and try to get sleep for at least six to eight hours.
- Make sure you revise every topic thoroughly and prepare well every topic by revising time and again.
- Prepare a separate revision plan for last-minute preparation.
- At last revised all main topics and formulas.
- A week before, Don’t try to solve any new topic or take Mock tests.
- Relax your body and brain.
- Don’t solve or revise any questions just a day before.