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How To Analyse A Mock Test | Ankit Gupta, CAT 99.5+ %ile, IIM Lucknow

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Malipeddi Diwakar reddy

Hi Ankit, Thank you for sharing us a very good approach to analyse the mock and questions. It's definitely a life saviour. One small question from my side is, what is the right time to start attempting Mocks, considering a novice, who is going to start the preparation for CAT 2020, now?

1 Jun 2020, 05.17 PM

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ANKIT GUPTA

I am currently pursuing my MBA from IIM Lucknow. Did graduation in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from BITS Pilani, Pilani campus in 2015. I have a work experience of close to 4 years as a Consulting Analyst with EXL Services, Gurgaon. Passionate about tutoring, I joined NSS School on campus and have delivered 125+ online tutoring sessions for Vedantu. At IIM Lucknow, I am part of Team Disha, the placement mentoring committee responsible for mentoring over 900 students. I am actively into trekking. I'll be interning with Accenture Strategy for my upcoming summers.

I always recommend mocks from the start itself. Give one demo mock to have a basic understanding about your level of ease with the exam. As you practice questions, start giving sectional mock tests. Follow this up with your proctored and unproctored mocks. Analysis for any of these goes without saying. Any test that you give should be followed by at least 1.5x time for the analysis. As a part of your analysis, do not just focus on the solutions that the mock gives, but try building up your own logic behind the problem. I hope this answers your question.

1 Jun 2020, 05.23 PM |

Malipeddi Diwakar reddy

Thanks Ankit, This would help us a lot....

4 Jul 2020, 03.00 PM |

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Malipeddi Diwakar reddy

Hi Ankit, Thank you for sharing us a very good approach to analyse the mock and questions. It's definitely a life saviour. One small question from my side is, what is the right time to start attempting Mocks, considering a novice, who is going to start the preparation for CAT 2020, now?

1 Jun 2020, 05.17 PM

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ANKIT GUPTA

I am currently pursuing my MBA from IIM Lucknow. Did graduation in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from BITS Pilani, Pilani campus in 2015. I have a work experience of close to 4 years as a Consulting Analyst with EXL Services, Gurgaon. Passionate about tutoring, I joined NSS School on campus and have delivered 125+ online tutoring sessions for Vedantu. At IIM Lucknow, I am part of Team Disha, the placement mentoring committee responsible for mentoring over 900 students. I am actively into trekking. I'll be interning with Accenture Strategy for my upcoming summers.

I always recommend mocks from the start itself. Give one demo mock to have a basic understanding about your level of ease with the exam. As you practice questions, start giving sectional mock tests. Follow this up with your proctored and unproctored mocks. Analysis for any of these goes without saying. Any test that you give should be followed by at least 1.5x time for the analysis. As a part of your analysis, do not just focus on the solutions that the mock gives, but try building up your own logic behind the problem. I hope this answers your question.

1 Jun 2020, 05.23 PM |

Malipeddi Diwakar reddy

Thanks Ankit, This would help us a lot....

4 Jul 2020, 03.00 PM |