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CAT 2020 Analysis

CAT 2020 Analysis by Bfactory I will discuss the pluses and minuses. I will talk about the predictions. But let’s come to it later. Let me start with 4 things which surprised many CAT aspirants in the exam hall….

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What not to do in CAT? #PART 1

This is the first post in the series.   CAT 2020 is approaching and there can be mixed feelings. You might be nervous as to how it’s gonna be that day or you might be a person who…

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The 3 Basic Approaches to Reading – The Thorough Read

In the previous blogs in the series we discussed the two other approaches to Reading Comprehension in the CAT, both of which involved deep searching the answer in the specific, relevant portions of the passage. The final blog…

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The 3 Basic Approaches to Reading – The Revisit

The approach mandates you to be nimble as a bird

In the third instalment of our blog series on approaching Reading Comprehension Passages, we discuss the second approach i.e. the Mixed Approach of Revisit, an approach of coordination, harmony, conciliation, and synergy. The Revisit is the approach most…

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The 3 Basic Approaches to Reading – Read Per Question

In the previous blogpost, we introduced you to the three basic choices of approaching the Reading section of the CAT. In this post, we shall discuss the first one of them in detail.    Read per Question To…

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The 3 Basic Approaches to Reading – Introduction

Reading is something that CAT aspirants often find unpalatable or even disruptive for an exam of its nature. One is acquainted with the rush of solving mathematical questions in a rush but here is an exam where you…

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Micro Concept: Assumed Mean

When we say a number is +23 then we mean it is 23 more than 0. similarly, when we say a number is equal to -10 that means that number is 10 less than 0. So the standard…

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Micro Concept: Constant Product (Percentage Change)

A lot of times, we come across a situation when the product of two quantities is the same across two situations. For example, you have 100 rupees to purchase coconuts. The price per coconut is 25 rupees so…

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Micro Concept: Building Vocab through root word

The construct of the literature of a language begins with “letters”. When these letters are arranged in a proper sequence then make sense, these sequences are called words. The collection of all the words used in a language…

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Micro Concept: Successive Percentage Change

“The process of changing an initial value more than once is called successive change. When these changes are represented in percentage changes then it is called successive percentage change.” A good moving from a producer to a customer…

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