In this video, Parul tells us how she prepared for CAT. She shares her prep strategy, including how she started to prepare well in advance in January 2019. She talks about taking a gap year after graduation to prep for CAT as this was her main focus area. As a fresher with no formal work experience under her belt, Parul managed to augment her profile by pursuing content writing assignments.
She shares how she studied for Quants by dividing her prep into stages, starting with the easy to solve questions first and then proceeding to the tough ones. She shares how she prepared for VA-RC by reading consistently from newspaper articles and other sources. Her one advice to people uncomfortable with math and quants is to learn the formulae and the basics by heart, and go from there. Finally, Parul tells us about her interview experience at IIM A. She shares how she prepared for and was asked questions about academic concepts related to psychology and economics. If you want to crack a b-school like IIM A, this is a must watch for you!
- A humanities student can easily prep for CAT by mastering the basics.
- Set a target for the percentile you wish to reach. It helps with CAT prep.
- If you've practiced enough mocks, you'll not be stressed even if a section is particularly tough.
- Freshers should focus on preparing for academic questions during b-school interviews.
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