Try finishing off everything that you are unsure of - by 5th to 10th October. Work super hard on your weaknesses as much as you can by 5th to 10th October so that the last 40 days are all about test taking, revision and exam preparation strategy.
Last 10 days should mainly be about reading a lot and revising your class notes.
The broader picture on a daily basis should be:
1. DI-LR - a couple of hours
2. VRC - an hour
3. VR - an hour
4. QA - a couple of hours
Focus on all these everyday from 10th October to 10th November.
You can take 1-3 Mock or previous year Mock per week by interrupting your schedule. On days when you take the mocks, you can limit the other study to may be reading a bit of VRC stuff.
Remember, only the weak topics won't determine CAT performance. Actually it is the other way round. Your stronger topics will give you the edge in the CAT paper. So, be confident.
How to keep the motivation level going?
Every day just make a two line note on how much you covered today and what is your target for tomorrow. This will help you become a self mentor. The reason is you do not have much time to look for external motivation. TIME IS MARKS from now on. Still if you feel you need external motivation, go and talk to my mentors. They will gear you up.
How to study relevant content now? How to ensure everything I read now is relevant for CAT?
A very good question. You need to make sure that you stop solving EASY questions now. Revise the class sheets, books and tests as many times as possible. Do not start solving easy questions from here and there. Read and solve moderate to difficult questions and revise them. The CAT relevant questions and concepts are best mapped in your institute sheets, books and tests. Apart from these, solve from previous year CAT papers. If you are done with these, then go to previous year XAT and IIFT papers. These will help you a lot.
One more thing, try going through all workshops that have been conducted on the CAT Prep with IIM A alumni group(https://www.facebook.com/groups/thejharkhandcatforum/).
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One important point: Try managing your festival time well. Remember, TIME IS MARKS and it is a race. Stay happy, stay put and keep doing!
Stay focused and crack the exam with confidence. Remember, CAT is an aptitude test - you can do your best if you maintain proper selection of questions and accuracy.
Thora light lo, ache se dena....ho jata hai!
All the best
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