CAT 2020 - How Vedic Maths helps to speed up calculation?
CAT 2020: How Vedic Maths helps to speed up calculation? - Now that the Common Admission Test is round the corner, one of the very important aspects is to correctly and swiftly calculate and solve questions in quantitative ability and data interpretation and logical reasoning. Vedic Maths has proved to be a boon for students who appeared for the CAT exam in the past as it helped to swiftly do the calculations correctly as well as cross check if their answer is correct or not. Students often question how vedic maths helps to speed up calculation in the CAT exam. Once one gets aware about the basic concepts of Vedic Maths, he or she will be able to easily do the calculations during the CAT exam. This will not only help in solving more questions in the CAT exam but also with accuracy. If you are still wondering how vedic maths helps speed up calculations in CAT 2020, then the answer is that you must be aware of the important sutras, their meaning and how you should apply it to different questions. Read the complete article on CAT 2020 - How Vedic Maths helps speed up calculation?
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How Vedic Maths helps speed up calculation in CAT 2020 - Know all about sutras, their meanings and its application?
In order to speed up the calculations during CAT 2020, candidates must understand the sutras, its meaning and how they should use it. Once this is clear candidates will be easily able to answer CAT quantitative ability and logical reasoning questions with ease.
Sutras of Vedic Maths
Where To Use
By one more than the previous one
Squaring of a number ending with 5
Nikhilam Navatashcaramam Dashatah
All from 9 and the last from 10
Multiplication of numbers, which are near to base like 10, 100, 1000
Vertically and crosswise
It is the general formula, applicable to all cases of multiplication of two large number
Transpose and adjust
When divisor greater than 10
When the sum is the same that sum is zero
If one is in ratio, the other is zero
To find out the product of two number when both are near the common base like 40, 40, etc. (multiples of powers of 10).
By addition and by subtraction
It is used to solve simultaneous simple equations which have the co-efficient of the variables interchanged.
By the completion or Non-completion
Used to simplify or solve the algebra problems.
Remainder remains constant
First by first and last by last
Kevalaih Saptakam Gunyat
For 7 the Multiplicand is 143
Lessen by the Deficiency
Yavadunam Tavadunam Varganca Yojayet
Whatever the Deficiency lessen by that amount and set up the Square of the Deficiency
Last Totalling 10
Only the Last Terms
The Sum of the coefficients in the product
By Alternate Elimination and Retention
By Mere Observation
The Product of the Sum is the Sum of the Products
What are the advantages of Vedic Maths for CAT Exam?
When one is asked to know all about this conventional form of mathematics, then a number of people ask what are the advantages of Vedic maths for the CAT exam. Let us check some of the advantages which students can have if they are well versed with Vedic maths for the CAT exam.
Increase in speed and accuracy in calculation
Those candidates who are preparing for the CAT exam, if they are well versed with the Vedic maths, then they must remember that it will help them increase their speed while doing the calculations. With an increase in the speed, candidates will be able to solve more questions in less time and with accuracy. This will prove to be a boon for them as they will be able to score a high percentile.
Enhances Logical Thinking
There is a complete section on data interpretation and logical thinking in the CAT exam. If the candidates are well versed with various concepts of Vedic maths, then their ability to think logically gets the much needed boost. By getting a boost to logical thinking, candidates will be able to understand the questions faster and will be able to swiftly solve them.
Helps to cross check answers
Another advantage of Vedic Maths is that it will help to cross check if the response that you have selected while answering the questions in the CAT exam is correct or not. Hence, once you choose the answer to a question, then by using the tricks that you have learnt through Vedic Maths, you will be able to to analyse if the answer is correct or not. This one will be able to do within a short period of time.
Gives boost to confidence
The more understanding the candidate gets about Vedic Maths and more efficiently are they able to apply it to the questions correctly while they appear for the CAT exam, it will give tremendous amount of boost to their confidence. With the much needed impetus to the confidence level while one is appearing for the exam, candidates will perform well on the day of the exam and they would know exactly how many questions have they correctly answered.
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Questions related to CAT
my state rank jumped from 2100 to 3800 in ts final merit list. I belong to general category. can I expect mbbs under a cat, if so which colleges can I get into ?
hi I am studying Diploma in computer science and engineering first year after 10th can I write CAT exam directly after my diploma orin final year of cse If yes which is best course pls answer
The eligibility for CAT is that a candidate must have passed bachelor's degree from a recognized board or university or completed a professional degree (CS/CA/ICWA). Diploma is not equivalent to bachelor's degree. So you are not eligible to appear for CAT when you are in the final year of Diploma. You are eligible for CAT if you are in final year or completed B.Tech after completion of Diploma provided that you must fulfill the other eligibility criteria.
will be cut off for bams/bhms in rajasthan state &OBC cat.
The minimum qualifying percentage for OBC category in BAMS/BHMS is 40%. The expected cutoff for the year 2020 in OBC Category ranges from 450+ to 330+ (approximately).
To know more about the previous years' cut off, visit https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-cutoff-rajasthan
i have 10 cgp in 10th, 97%in 12th and 78% in graduation. 2years work experience, appearing in CAT 2020 as PWD category non engineering female candidate. How much percentile is required to get a call from IIM AHMEDABAD, BANGLURU and Kolkata.
hello aspirant ...
The overall lowest cut-off for top IIMs:
You will get a call from IIM if you touch 90 percentile or above (except for IIM A which has a lower cut-off) The overall cutoffs are as follows:
|Sr. No.||IIMs||Minimum overall cut-off|
|1||IIM Ahmedabad||80 percentile|
|2||IIM Bangalore||90.6 percentile|
|3||IIM Calcutta||90 percentile|
|4||IIM Lucknow||90 percentile|
|5||IIM Indore||90.5 percentile|
|6||IIM Kozhikode||90 percentile|
Most of the new IIMs have their cut-off requirement set at 85 with IIM Shillong having cut-off set at 70 in CAT.
What really matters is the sectional cut-offs for all three sections. You need to have the minimum cut-off requirement for each section, which differs from IIM to IIM. If you get less than that for anyone of the sections, you will lose that call. For IIM A, this sectional cut-off is the lowest, you need a sectional cut-off of just 70 percentile or above to get a call from them.
If you have a good profile, you have a higher chance of getting a call at a lower percentile, too. Profile in this sense would mean a high percentage / CGPA in your Graduation 10th, 12th and Under. Usually those who have 90 percent and above for all three will be considered for IIM ‘s call (IIM A for sure!) Apart from that if you are an exceptional performer in any extra-curricular activity with awards and recognition, you have a chance of getting a call from IIM.
One surprising fact is the actual cut-off date of IIMs goes on to show that for many IIMs, the actual CAT cut-off is much higher than what institutes announce prior to shortlisting for the further process of the institutes. Except a few of them, the actual interview cut-off of the majority of IIMs falls in the range of 96 to 100 percentile in CAT while the announced cut-off being in the range of 80 to 90 percentile.
hope it helps !
The signature on my CAT admit card is not clearly visible and the signature will it be a problem on the examination day?
Don't worry! It would not be a problem. Just have your other proofs such as ID card, your photocopies and all other related documents.
Just go ahead with your exam!
All the best!