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Siddhartha Basu appeared for CAT in 2013 and scored 84.28 percentile. He participated in 3 GD rounds. We interviewed him and he shares his practical insight of the journey of getting admission for his management studies. He mostly preferred the books provided by his coaching institute over the other reference books. He shares his preparation tips and that may help you in preparing well for CAT 2016. Here is the questionnaire-
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Ans. I appeared for SNAP, NMAT, XAT and IIFT as well.
Ans. Classroom Coaching
Ans. The classes, the faculty were excellent but what really made the difference was the seminars and mock CATS. The mock CAT interface was just like the actual CAT exam, so you really feel at ease at the actual CAT center. The seminars (especially of Akash Gautam) were real motivators and eye openers.
Ans. CAT is not about putting in long hours, questions are never beyond the level of class 12, it’s about working smart and being accustomed to the systems. One needs to get used to the pattern and types of questions and what is expected of you and this is where a coaching institute plays an awesome role. I used to attend every class and just put in an hour at max a day to recap what was done. That's it.
Ans. Indian Institute of Social Welfare and Business Management, Kolkata
Ans.1. Practice every day even if one sum
2. Solve previous years’ papers as much as you can
3. Get the exam format at your finger tip
4. Manage time, give mocks with time limit
5. Don't waste time on an unknown question, and don't try to answer all. Attempting 10 and getting 10 correct is better than attempting 30 and getting 15 correct.
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Ans. I only followed the test series by career launcher.
Ans. I joined Career Launcher
Ans. Quantitative Analysis- I always loved mathematics and numbers, this section is knowledge and practice based. So do die-hard practice for it.
Data interpretation- This was my strongest section, I would just say to practice hard for this section.
Logic Reasoning- This was the toughest section, and I had to get accustomed to the types of questions asked
Verbal Ability- This was my weakest link but with the proper help and guidance, I scored 91 percentile in this.
Ans. Quantitative analysis- I always loved mathematics and numbers, I thought this to be mine as a strong suit, but this is where I did not perform well, this section is knowledge and practice based, use question paper as a ruler for geometry questions to help you eliminate options. Try to memorize squares and roots of first 15 natural number.
Ans. Our coaching class provided the books, so I referred them only.
Ans. Data interpretation- this was my strong suit and I did well in it too. This is all about making meaning of numbers. So practice is a key. Better to leave multiple data set questions as it is really time consuming part.
Ans. Any book belonging to class 10 and 12 mathematics syllabus is sufficient. More than this, I followed OP Sinhal- it has all the formulae listed. And I also used the books by career launcher.
Ans. Logic reasoning- this was the toughest section, and I had to get accustomed to the types of questions asked. I would say, try and draw pictures of the questions, use options as clues to get the answer.
Ans. I followed the books that were provided by the Career launcher, and they were enough.
Ans. Verbal Ability- parts of it (like reading comprehension) I had to take professional guidance. If reading comprehension is beyond the understanding, do not re-read and waste time on it, move ahead. Passage completion is a must do cause and it is the easiest one, it can fetch you more marks.
Ans. I just followed a simple Thesaurus and a Dictionary.
Ans. I maintained a copy where I used to write and learn a new word every day. Associate the word with a song or your favorite player or pastime, it helps you to remember.
Ans. Solve only previous years’ papers and get accustomed to the interface and try to keep it simple. Prepare only certain topics in which you are comfortable and attempt them first.
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Ans. 1. Sleep well before the exam day.
2. Give maximum mock tests at the time you are planning to take your CAT slot- your biological clock gets set up.
3. Attempt only those questions in which you are so sure.
4. Relax and keep calm at the hall, and give your best.
Ans. Interviews always reveal who we really are. Overall, it was a good experience. As, in almost every interview, the questions are usually start from introduction and so thus, then they asked about the family background, specific areas of interest, hobbies, graduation based questions and so more.
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