How to prepare for CAT exam if one is a non maths commerce bacground student.

I am pursuing for B.Sc in Hotel Management from Institute of Hotel Management and Catering Technology Silvassa....Further I want to do MBA from a good known college so how can i prepare my self for the same and yes after being a commerce non maths student...

0 1.6k Views | Posted 2011-10-21 17:53:45

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    Manmeet Kaur | Guide-Level 12

    2011-10-21 18:19:30
    Hi Kanika, to prepare for CAT exam you may work on such points--To score well, you need to know what sections the test paper consists of. CAT consists of Quantitative Ability , Verbal Ability and Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning. It is very important to know the content of the test, to ace it.-Plan your preparation after knowing your strengths and weaknesses and take a diagnostic test. -Start your preparation after gauging your weaknesses. Read newspapers, business dailies and magazines as this exercise will help you to understand different topics and increase your hold over English, general knowledge and various other topics. -To ex... view more
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    2011-10-21 18:11:08
    u can go to time tutorial n pt education they r the gd coaching for cat

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