Shibali kamatCan u tel me some good book names for preparations
Rajesh BalasubramanianPrepare from basics. Dont rush towards shortcuts. Learn basic ideas better and better. Slowly your confidence and speed will go up. Then take mock CATs to fine tune preparation
Shashank Corbetthii Shibali, just keep ur basic funda clear in maths, practise more n more, improve ur english day by day...... n aftr 4th yr do TIME classes....u'l surely crack CAT, All the BEST :)
Rajesh Balasubramanian8-10 hours per week for 12 weeks, 15-18 hours per week for 8 weeks and 20 hours per week for 3 weeks would be ideal. But this needs to be intense preparation. Not TV Mobile phone studies sessions
Rajesh BalasubramanianNot necessary to go for coaching. With good study material and a discplined approach one can prepare well for CAT on his/her own
Rajesh Balasubramanianlearn in three steps - 1) First learn the theory and basic concepts 2) Do lots of practice. By lots of practice, I mean 100s of questions in each topic and 3) Revisit theory and increase the level of difficulty of questions
Shibali kamatWhich books should be followed
Rajesh BalasubramanianWhat do you mean by new eligibility? Any student who has completed undergraduation or is pursuing final year undergraduation is eligible. It becomes tougher to crack the exam if the student has underperformed sometime in the past.
shirishI think he is talking about the weightage of scores
Rajesh BalasubramanianI would rather not make a recommendation on institutes. Especially because I also run an institute for CAT coaching (which is the best :) ).