40 Days to go for CAT
CAT is conducted on a national level. Every year about 250000 students appear for CAT. The CAT scores are accepted in more than 150 business schools in India. Since the number of students appearing for CAT is really high, the competition level is also high. Every candidate is competing against more than 200000 candidates.
The candidates appearing for CAT must start working on it atleast an year earlier but what the candidates should be doing when only 40 days are left for the commencement of CAT is the question that is addressed here.
The candidates must leave learning how to solve questions from untouched topics at this point of time and concentrate only on building speed and managing time by practicing with the help of mock tests, Mock CAT, Section tests. The candidates must start practicing by taking mock CAT tests. The analysis of the test is the next thing to do. The candidates should analyze all the weak points and the mistakes made during the mock tests which should make them conscious during the main exam to not to repeat the same mistakes. The candidates must also revise all the topics keeping aside the untouched ones. A proper time table must be created and followed by the candidates to ensure maximum utilization of time. Candidates should atleast take 2 mock tests a day to build on speed and accuracy.