03 Jan 2008

IIM CAT 2008 - test preparation strategy

CEans,

I bet a good number of crazy engineers must be planning to take Common Admission Test in 2008. The test will (probably) be held in November 2008. So, how about forming a group of engineers who are all set to crack the CAT 2008?

Discuss, share, set your strategy for CAT 2008 in this thread 😁 !

-The Big K-
galaxy23

galaxy23

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04 Jan 2008
Hi Friends,

you can test your skills for CAT online at https://www.mypretest.com Here you can take the demo test and and other special offers.

Check out today & Best of Luck

Thanks
galaxy23

galaxy23

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21 Mar 2008
Hi Friends,

Mock test have huge benefits, if you are prepraing for any entrance exams and want to test your preparation then you can do this easily by mock test.
We have the updated sample test paper for the entrance test of CAT exam.

Check demo test online and grab other benefits also at Mock Test, Online Test Center for CAT, IIT JEE, IAS and BBA exams this will help you to analyze your preparation where you are lacking.

Best of Luck
friendster7

friendster7

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22 Mar 2008
hope galaxy23 here is already preparing for cat..and do not post same url in 2 different format..
anyway a nice one man..do add few good links..
kingashoka

kingashoka

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24 Mar 2008
hi big k
its really a good idea.
we must share our knowledge to get the success.
can u tell me the sites on which the cat mock tests r available.
rishabh_iit

rishabh_iit

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18 Sep 2008
hey guys plz help me out!!i m really weak in gd/pi....give me an advice regarding this
Valentine Wind

Valentine Wind

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23 Dec 2008
IF I clear my CAT 2008 is it necessary to join in 2008 itself or can i join in 2009?
how long can i take to join an IIM if i clear my CAT 2008 exam
aashima

aashima

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23 Dec 2008
Valentine Wind
IF I clear my CAT 2008 is it necessary to join in 2008 itself or can i join in 2009?
how long can i take to join an IIM if i clear my CAT 2008 exam
You can't join in 2008 by any means through CAT 2008. Results will be out in January 2009 and calls, GD/PI sessions will follow next.
As for the joinings of IIMs, dates are in June-July.
23 Dec 2008
rishabh_iit
hey guys plz help me out!!i m really weak in gd/pi....give me an advice regarding this
My advice would be -

1. Read. Read. Read on wide range of topics! That really helps in GDs especially.

2. Practise mock interviews. There are many coaching institutes that offer training on GD/PI. Joining a reputed institute in your area will be of great help to you.
peterallva

peterallva

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13 Jan 2009
I have just planned to do it, but missed it, hope to do it next year, however, if I could get some updates/references, that will be helpful to me.
Harrish George

Harrish George

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14 Apr 2009
Guys, Is there anyone has CAT past papers for last 5 years. I am sure, we can guess future questions based on the past papers 😀
14 Apr 2009
We can not guess we should not guess..

Most certain thing about CAT is this is very uncertain paper.

More then looking for last year papers try to concentrate on the preprations and Mock tests.

-CB
silverscorpion

silverscorpion

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15 Apr 2009
Yes.

CAT has slowly and steadily move away from the pattern followed 5 years ago.
It's taking a more GMAT like format. Questions will be based more on algebra than in pure numbers. i mean to say, variable based questions are to be expected more.
And as Crazyboy said, mock tests are the way to go.

We dont say "Do not prepare past papers." I just say that dont put too much weight on past papers and dont expect anything from those papers..
All the best.
15 Apr 2009
Buddy, beleive me Mock papers is the way to enahnce your speed. I saw the guyz who had solved almost 300 mock papers and they were right on the top in the final CAT Result list.

Specially there are fair enough chances, that if you solve around 200-300 mock tests you will see at least 30-40 question in actual CAT.

-CB

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