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How to tackle “Odd one Out questions” in CAT?

Hello readers! There is nothing surprising in the topic, “Odd one out” – It actually means finding out the odd statement out of a set of 4 or 5 given statements! For the past few years, the CAT…

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How to find out the last digit of a number raised to a high power?

Hello CAT aspirants Many students find this topic confusing. Well, time to chuck the confusion out of the window. Let’s begin! Cyclicity is defined as the quality or state of being cyclic. Cyclicity of a number is the…

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Para Jumbles

In this series on VA, we share today a set of 5 Para Jumbles questions,the most frequently asked questions in the Verbal Section of CAT. The only change that has occurred in these questions is that options are…

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PARA SUMMARY

PARA SUMMARY is an important part of CAT Verbal Ability section. Generally, 1- 2 questions are expected to feature from this topic. Here is a set of 5 questions from this topic for you to learn in the…

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DILR Concept 9: Input Output

Hello students! Welcome to DILR concept 9. Concept name: Input Output Concept explanation: In these type of questions, arrangement of Words or Letters or Numbers or combination of these three will be given. Different operations will be provided…

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RC – 30

CAT 2015 RC – Analysis by Rahul Sir, Bfactory Director Did you know that the Impressionists favored the elimination of the color black from their painter’s palette? According to Wilkins et al, Impressionism encouraged this: “The new color…

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RC – 29

RC – Analysis by Rahul Sir, Bfactory Director As an Internet business owner, time is precious. And your time could be better spent on other areas of your business such as creating products, talking to customers and so…

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RC – 28

GMAT RC – Analysis by Rahul Sir, Bfactory Director Traditionally, the first firm to commercialize a new technology has benefited from the unique opportunity to shape product definitions, forcing followers to adapt to a standard or invest in…

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RC – 27

GMAT RC – Analysis by Rahul Sir, Bfactory Director Excess inventory, a massive problem for many businesses, has several causes, some of which are unavoidable. Overstocks may accumulate through production overruns or errors. Certain styles and colors prove…

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GMAT RC – Analysis by Rahul Sir, Bfactory Director The sensation of pain cannot accurately be described as “located” at the point of an injury, or, for that matter, in any one place in the nerves or brain….

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