Hey everyone, this is a detailed study plan for you all to help you crack CAT even if you have just started your preparation. So, let’s understand in a simple and layman language the LOD and preparation strategy.
A lot of aspirants who have started their preparation in the month of March or April feel like giving up in the month of July. There could be a lot of reasons for this like coming to a realization that CAT is not as easy as they thought it would be or peer pressure. You need to understand this that out 2.3 lakh aspirants appearing for CAT there would be at least 1 – 1.2 lakh students who would help you to score better by not performing that well. So, you don’t have to worry about peer pressure because technically there isn’t any. This a battle you have to fight on your own and there are people who won’t give up and move ahead of you. So, buckle up as MBA is a path which will help you achieve all your dreams.
If you are done with your basics and are clear with your concepts then go ahead with the advance level questions and don’t give up on it even if it doesn’t strike you initially because with practice and consistency you’ll be able to solve it eventually. Let’s say you did arithmetic in the month of may and you realize that you are forgetting things then go back to your concepts and revise your basics again.
When we talk about VARC, verbal ability is a game changer. When you analyze the last 6 years CAT papers, you’ll see that you could’ve easily solved 3 Para jumble questions with the 14 rules taught at C2C. You have to start from a basic level and you have to be realistic about your preparation.
It’s very important to make small milestones and your preparation should be a step-by-step approach. First target 85%le then 90%le and then 99%le and so on.
To score 99%le you have to make milestones like arithmetic could be a milestone or para jumble, set theory or circular arrangement, etc. When you spend a lot of time on these topics and when you understand the level of difficulty it will help you pick questions in the exam which will help you in achieving close to 100% accuracy.
There are two types of accuracy first being input and second being output. In aptitude exam your accuracy is output and by achieving 70% accuracy you cannot get into IIM’s. The only way to achieve accuracy is by working on level of difficulty and this is not something you can do overnight.
If you are scoring 90%le plus in mocks then you need to increase the difficulty and no. of mocks. If you are not scoring that well then you need to focus on your concepts instead of wasting your time giving multiple mocks. I would suggest to give 3-4 full length mocks in a month and in the first 10-15 mocks you probably won’t score that well but after that you’ll see an improvement in your scores. You need have patience and handle the pressure. Handling pressure is an art in itself.
It’s high time to start hustling and there are people who are giving up so take this as a golden opportunity and make the most of it. Be consistent and keep working hard towards your goals.
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