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Photo: Muhabit ul HaqThe CAT 2013 Day 2 was conducted on Friday, October 18, 2013. The exam followed the similar pattern as that of Day 1. According to the experts and the test takers, the Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation section had some changes compared to the past years’ CAT.
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CAT 2013 Day 2 Analysis – Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation
According to Sandeep Manudhane, Chairman, PT Education, the weights of the various topics of the Quantitative Ability section have changed. “In the past years, arithmetic questions were given more weight than the other topics. This year, weights of geometry and arithmetic have gone down compared to last year,” he said.
Pallavi Prasad, a CAT 2013 candidate who took her test on the first slot of Day 2 at the Prometric Test Center, Gurgaon shared similar feedback, “There were more questions on algebra than arithmetic, mensuration and geometry. This was an unexpected pattern for me."
The Data Interpretation questions were calculation intensive. “The Data Interpretation questions were calculation intensive and hence more time consuming,” said Manudhane. Based on experts' opinion, we bring you difficuly levels for different sub-sections in CAT 2013 paper.CAT 2013 Day 2 Analysis – Verbal Ability & Logical Reasoning
The second section was Verbal Ability & Logical Reasoning. The section was easier compared to Section 1. The pattern was similar to the last CATs. “There were 3 Reading Comprehension passages. The English Usage questions were also on the usual topics like Para Jumble, Para Completion, Fill in the blanks etc.,” mentioned Manudhane.
Priya Singhal, another CAT 2013 taker on Day 2 at a test centre in Delhi-NCR found the second section tougher. “I found the second section tougher than the first section, especially the Logical Reasoning part. The caselets were very tough,” said Priya.
CAT 2013 Test Taking Strategy
If you are taking CAT 2013 in the upcoming test days, you must prepare strategically. Your exam taking strategy on time management and accuracy will determine your percentile and hence admisison oppertunities from IIMs and other top B-schools like FMS- Delhi, JBIMS, SPJIMR, IMT Ghaziabad etc. So, where do you stand after your CAT paper? Though your percentile cannot be predicted at this stage, you can roughly figure out your expected percentile on the basis of your performance. Careers360.com brings you experts’ estimate on what percentile you should expect basis your performance in CAT.
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Expected B-School calls
IIM A, B, C, L, FMS Delhi, DMS, IIT Delhi
New IIMs, IIM Kozhikode, MDI Gurgaon, SPJIMR Mumbai, XIM Bhubaneswar, IMT Ghaziabad, IMI Delhi
BIMTECH Greater Noida, TAPMI Manipal, IFIM Business School Bangalore, IMI Kolkata & Bhubaneswar
Jaipuria Institute of Management Noida & Lucknow, Galgotias Business School Greater Noida, Alliance Business School Bangalore, SCMS Kochi
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its true that iims and some of other top ranked institute shortlisted candidates as per their academic record and cat or any other management aptitude test score. see right now which of institute name you have mentioned is also comes under tier 1 college. now you need to focus on your presentation skills, communication approach to get shortlisted in final rounds. so keep calm and focus on your goal, I think you will surely crack it.
You can target a few average collges like IBS Hyderabad, mdi murshidabad, amity noida, NBS Ahmedabad, ITM navi mumbai (good colleges)
Others are: vit vellore, isbr pune, ndim delhi, pibm pune, aims banglore, mit pune, ims ghaziabad, etc
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The entrance exams through which candidates can get admission in MBA course are CAT (Common Admission Test), MAT (Management Aptitude test), XAT (Xavier Aptitude Test), CMAT (Common Management Admission Test), SNAP (Symbiosis National Aptitude Test)) and ATMA (AIMS Test for Management Admissions).
Specifically, For your question,
will be prescribed by the exam conducting authority. CAT (Common Admission Test) will be managed by the Indian Institutes of Management (IIM), Kozhikode.
The CAT Syllabus divided into four sections: Quantitative Ability, Data Interpretation, Verbal Ability & Logical Reasoning.
Quantitative Ability or Mathematics:
This section consists of 10+2 difficulty level & Fundamental mathematics. The topics are:
In this section, student’s ability to solve problems accurately & understanding of the data are tested. Students can study the topic of:
Verbal Ability & English:
This section contains the usage of Standard English grammar & questions on comprehension. The topics are:
for admission through the jee mains you need to qualify the examination. Which is know with the declaration of the cutoff for the examination. As per the expected cutoff for this year it is about 89.75 for the general category. Work hard and do well in the next session of the jee mains for getting admission in excellent colleges.
hope this information helps
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