The CAT exam’s Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension section stumps a lot of test-takers each year. For some, it’s the sheer patience that is required to sit through the long-form essays, while for others, a lack of fluency in the English language or the lack of practice is a major obstacle on the D-day. This
About Akshansh I am an amateur film maker, actor, quizzer and writer who is deeply into student politics and gourmet food. I got into engineering because my family got bored of producing doctors and I want to do my MBA in operations management. I am currently a final year student of civil engineering at the
Reading Comprehension, or the RC parts in the Verbal Ability section is a dreaded lot. On one hand RC passages are unpredictable, and on the other, they hold a lot of weightage in the paper, specially since 2015. One cannot simply skip these questions, and they hold the key to make or break your score
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
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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
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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.