How To Score High In The DI LR Section Of CAT?


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Dheeraj Sekhar

As di has moved away from calculation intensive to more of type quant based lr....im giving most of my time to lr in this section and im able to do 3-4 sets in every mock compulsorily with this strategy...but i dont know whether this is good or not...should i continue with this strategy or should i change plz suggest..

31 Aug, 2017 |

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Abhinav Bansal

It's good that you've tailored your preparations to the emerging trend in the DI section of CAT but I'd strongly advise against not preparing equally well for the calculation -intensive questions. That's because, if not CAT, there are many other major exams such as XAT, NMAT, IIFT et al where you don't have an on-screen calculator and so then life becomes a living hell.

1 Sep, 2017 |


Abhishek Mahur

Giving more importance on DI for preparation than LR is duly or not? I feel blank with LR questions.

31 Aug, 2017 |

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Abhinav Bansal

It's okay as long as you are able to maximize the overall score of the DI LR section. It doesn't matter from where the marks come, as long as they keep coming that is. If you're targeting CAT '17 then better work on bettering your strengths instead of working on your weaknesses.

1 Sep, 2017 |