Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension is a slightly tricky section, and the difficulty level here varies from year-to-year. CAT 2017 also had some complex RC sets and some confusing VA questions that took time to crack. This year again, the VA-RC section is expected to be of the same level or just a little more
The palpitations and fear would have increased manifold! Should I do only Mock CATs now that we have only 30 days? Should I leave some of the topics that I am weak in? My scores in two sections are good, but I am not scoring well in one section! My scores are very erratic; I
Hi ! I am Amir Raza from Kota, Rajasthan. I did my B.Tech in Computer Engineering from Aligarh Muslim University. I was one of the many engineers who decided to opt for MBA and hence wrote CAT’16 in my final year. I scored a whopping 99.7 %le in CAT VARC section which escalated my score
Overview of the section Considering that a majority of the test-taking population has very little exposure to reading and/or understanding technicalities when it comes to language and comprehension, it becomes difficult to adjust to the subtleties of the test. However, over the last three years, the level of difficulty has been moderate at best and
With just 2 months left for CAT 2018, we hope your preparations are on-track to a 99+ percentile score. However, for that little extra push towards your goals, we have compiled a list of very useful resources. From tackling all 3-sections of CAT, to identifying key strategies for mock test analysis, we have you covered.
Verbal Ability section is nothing short of a Gordian knot, more so if you’re an engineer. The kinematics, mathematics, and dynamics that you study in your undergrad leave you with very less knack for reading genres like psychology, economics, sociology, politics or even fiction. Well, take a sigh of relief! You need not be a
Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension (VA-RC) section is one of the most important sections across all MBA exams. For some, it is even considered to be a make-or-break section since it is assumed that there is no single strategy involved in solving questions from this section. Within VA-RC, Reading Comprehension is what may trouble most aspirants.
VARC section can be a nightmare for some. To help you score better in this section, we have an IIM Lucknow student, Pratik Ranjan, to guide you to score better for CAT 2018. In his first attempt, Pratik scored 70%ile in the VARC section. However, in his second attempt, he was able to turn things
A commonly asked question among CAT aspirants is that how do we make ourselves ready for the verbal section. The answer to this question has been answered by many people, aspirants, converts, etc. Sure the answer is practice. If you practice more, you falter more, you analyse more and you improve eventually. There is one
Hello Aspirants! In continuation to my previous article on tackling LRDI and Quant, this article will be focused on increasing your efficiency in the Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension section. Being the first section that the students face, it stands utterly crucial in boosting your confidence for the other sections. Additionally, the VARC section is