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CAT-2017 Preparation Plan

Resources that take care of every aspect of CAT-prep

What kind of a Problem Solver are you?

Different Approaches to Problem Solving Do not be fooled by the title of this article! This is an article which is extremely important from the perspective of CAT? How so? The ‘problem solving’ in this article actually refers to mathematics and the reference here is... read more

Vocabulary CAT-2017 Prep Plan: Day-7

CAT Vocabulary Preparation: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions How to approach this segment of preparation? Students generally have a lot of doubts with regards to CAT Vocabulary Preparation and I thought it is best to address all these questions in a single place.... read more

QA, LR & DI CAT-2017 Prep Plan: Day-7

Focus Topic: Simple Interest (Arithmetic/Commercial Mathematics) CAT Simple Interest Installments Questions: An important concept for the topic One concept that you should most definitely look into in an in-depth manner is the concept of CAT Simple Interest... read more

Articles & Resources

Tips & articles for your preparation

How to prepare for Quantitative Ability in CAT?

This is a dedicated section for all the posts put up by 2IIM @ Wordpandit. We have partnered with the leader in test-prep to bring a series of useful posts and content that are going to take your CAT prep to the next level. Quantitative Ability is viewed as the... read more

What kind of a Problem Solver are you?

Different Approaches to Problem Solving Do not be fooled by the title of this article! This is an article which is extremely important from the perspective of CAT? How so? The ‘problem solving’ in this article actually refers to mathematics and the reference here is... read more

3 mistakes to avoid during CAT Prep

This is a dedicated section for all the posts put up by 2IIM @ Wordpandit. We have partnered with the leader in test-prep to bring a series of useful posts and content that are going to take your CAT prep to the next level. The following months are the most crucial... read more

CAT Verbal Ability Resources

Verbal Tests, Grammar tips, and RCs for CAT-2017:

Scalp, Scalping, Scalpel

Word 1: Scalp, scalping (SKALP, SKALP ing) Meaning 1: The skin covering the head, excluding the face. Example Sentence: She was in the habit of oiling her scalp daily. Meaning 2:The scalp with the hair belonging to it, cut or torn away from an enemy’s head as a... read more

Scald, Scold

Word 1: Scald (SKAWLD) Meaning 1: To burn with or as if with hot liquid or steam. Example Sentence: He blistered with hot, scalding porridge. Meaning 2: To bring to a temperature just below the boiling point. Example Sentence: You don’t have to scald your skin, only... read more

Scam, Scram

Word 1: Scam (SKAM) Meaning 1: A dishonest way to make money by deceiving people. Example Sentence: As the two teenagers had no job, they started a door to door sales scam to collect money from innocent people. Meaning 2: A fraudulent business scheme; a swindle.... read more

CAT Maths Blogs

Tips, Tricks, Questions and a lot more

5 CAT Profit and Loss Questions you should solve

Introduction: Profit and Loss is an important topic in CAT Arithmetic. This topic is one that is something that is based on our transactions of everyday life and is frequently uses terms such as: cost price, selling price, marked price, discounts, profit, gain and... read more

5 CAT Percentage Questions you should solve

Introduction: Percentage is one topic that appears underpins CAT Arithmetic essentially. It essentially is the first topic that you study in CAT Arithmetic and is the topic that finds near universal application in the whole area. In fact, right from our childhood, we... read more

5 CAT Quadratic Equations Problems you should solve

Introduction: Quadratic Equations is one of the most important topics that features in CAT Algebra. Consisting of problems that are based on pure algebraic concepts, it requires you to have a deep understanding of the topic and also couple it with extensive practice.... read more