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The Common Admission Test (CAT) for admission to MBA programmes of IIMs and top business schools in India is conducted every year by one of the IIMs to students for 2-year MBA Programmes at IIMs. The CAT examination consists of two successive stages (i) Aptitude Test (Objective type) for the selection of candidates for the Written Ability Test and GD/Personal Interview.

if you are keen to join an IIM, start now. Cracking CAT is not as difficult as many people think. Determination, focus, good planning, and systematic execution is all that you need. We are ready to help you in every step of your preparation. 

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The CAT exam  consists of three core areas:

  • Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension
  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • Date Interpretation & Logical Reasoning

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M Ashraf Rizvi, Ph.D


Please Talk to VARC GURU Professor Rizvi (Ex-Professor IIM Indore) and an eminent expert in Communication. Author of best selling McGraw Hill Book "Effective Technical Communication". Please call 9993347274

Aditya K. Tiwari


Please Talk to MATH GURU Professor Aditya Kumar Tiwari, an alumnus of IIT Kanpur and an eminent Math teacher and author of the upcoming book " Decoding Quantitative Aptitude for CAT" Please call 9650130734

Rahul K Jalan


Please contact DILR GURU Professor Rahul Jalan, an alumnus of IIM Indore and NIT and a 100 percentiler of CAT, who loves guiding passionate IIM aspirants. Please writeto him on his mail id. 

Prof Uttam Kumar


Please Talk to MATH GURU Professor Uttam Kumar, an lumnus of NIT Allahabad and an FCA from USA. He will make Maths so enjoyable for you. An expert simplifier, his CAT strategies will work like magic. Just check. 

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Prof Yusuf Mehdi


Please Talk to VARC GURU Professor Mehdi (Ex-Professor Jaipuria School of Business) and an eminent expert in Communication. Author of the upcoming book "Decoding Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension" Please call 9993347274

Deepak Gupta


Please Talk to MATH GURU Professor Deepak Gupta, an alumnus of Delhi College of Enginnering and IIM Indore with 99.7 CAT Percentile, he is an expert in giving you effective tips that can be given you the right strategy. 

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CAT Exam Syllabus 2019


Verbal ability for CAT along with reading comprehension is a separate section in the CAT exam. Every year 10 questions are included from the CAT verbal ability section. CAT verbal ability syllabus includes basic topics from grammar and vocabulary. Here, the details about CAT verbal ability with its syllabus is discussed in detail to help the CAT aspirants get acquainted with this section in a better way.

The Verbal Ability section constitutes three main topics as Vocabulary, Grammar and Verbal Reasoning.

  • Vocabulary:

Vocabulary questions test the candidate’s knowledge in English like primary meanings of words, idioms, and phrases, secondary shades of meaning, usage, associated words, antonyms, etc.

  • Grammar:

Grammar-based questions test the candidate’s capability to mark and correct grammatical errors. CAT tests the knowledge of high school level grammar and includes areas like use of articles, prepositions use of modifiers, subject-verb agreement, parallel construction, phrasal verbs, redundancy, etc.

  • Verbal Reasoning:

Verbal Reasoning questions are designed to test the candidate’s potential to identify relationships or patterns within sentences or group of words.


The Quantitative Aptitude is probably the most important section of any competitive exam. Similarly, the CAT exam has a separate section for the quantitative questions. The IIMs conduct the CAT exam on a rotational basis and the questions in quant for CAT section are asked as such to test the complete capabilities and skills of the MBA aspirants. In CAT quantitative aptitude section, 34 questions are included. The CAT quantitative ability syllabus is vast and not a predefined one. The details of the quantitative aptitude for CAT section with its syllabus and other details are discussed below.The quantitative aptitude is the section where numerical questions are asked to test the mathematical skills, accuracy and speed of the candidates. In general, the questions in quant for CAT section are related to basic and elementary mathematics and require the candidates to be completely acquainted with the fundamental concepts to solve them. In CAT, the quantitative ability is a separate section and thus, a separate sectional timing is present in which the candidates are required to solve the related questions.


In 2015, CAT authorities have separated the Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation sections from the Verbal and Quantitative section. Generally, Logical Reasoning for CAT section contains 34 questions or more with a sectional duration of 60 minutes. The CAT logical reasoning section is also a favorite section of numerous aspirants, but if not careful enough, candiates tend to make silly mistakes and eventually lose scores. 

Practising different types of Logical Reasoning questions can be one way to reduce those mistakes. Also, being aware of them beforehand will help to avoid similar mistakes during the CAT exam.

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