Your Prep Dose for the Day
This is a comprehensive daily course run by us (almost on a daily basis), wherein we post study links according to the various sections in the CAT exam. All you have got to do is visit this page regularly, and consume the study links given here. Happy Learning..:)
Verbal Prep: Comprehensive Coverage of All Areas
Preparing for CAT English is not a straight-forward task, and you need expert guidance to help you along the way. What we have done here is listed resources from all areas that form the core of the CAT English section and provided resources for those. The focus topics for the first month are Vocabulary, Reading, Basic Grammar and Usage. We have divided resources on our Wordpandit Learning Network in these categories and provided you the links here:
Quant Target Topic for the Month: Number System
Since this is the first month of the prep-plan, the focus this month has to be on basics. The first month revolves around ‘Numbers and Number System’. Targeted Topic Tests and Level-wise tests are the uploaded in this section. Overall, we have cover a total of 31 Topic Tests and 30 Level-wise tests for Number System during first 30 days.
Since this is the first month of the Prep-plan, it makes sense to focus on Basic Maths Skills. For this, we feature two types of content: Basic Maths Tests (these would remind you of school and are a check for how well you studied back then) and Puzzles (to help you develop your analytical skills).
Vocabulary Builder for CAT
Wordpandit has a range of Vocabulary resources, and it can get a little confusing at times for you to decide which area you need to begin with. We have that covered for you with this section. You get your daily vocabulary dose, in the form of word-poster list and flashcards sets listed here for you. All you need is to learn these words on a daily basis, and you are surely going to no issue with CAT vocabulary.
5 words for today:
Flashcard Sets For Today:
Quantitative Aptitude Question of the day
Question: In a class half of the students like Mathematics, a third of the remaining like English, a fourth of the remaining like Physics and a fifth of the remaining like Chemistry. What percentage of the total students like none of these subjects?