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Welcome to Month-2 of the CAT-2022 Prep Plan

The objective of the four month course for CAT is very simple: to help our users with their study plans and help them plan their prep, in a systematic manner. We have outlined what needs to be done for the three CAT sections for Month-2 and have provided links for the material available on this website. Please make sure you keep up with the plan.

Section 1: English (Verbal) Prep for this Month

Target Topic-1: Summary Writing

Summary Writing is a topic that poses one simple question: summarize the text given (in a sentence or two). The paragraph summaries posed in this question type require a mix of understanding, reading skills and inferential ability. Read the concept notes to discover the basics of the topic. Two topic tests will be added next week. Read concepts here.

Target Topic-2: Critical Reasoning

Critical Reasoning is a topic that is going to make you think. A highly practical topic, this one requires a combination of logic skills, practical understanding and grasp over the language. As always, in case you wish to excel in any English topic, you have to ensure your reading skills are up to the mark in order to draw perfect the topic. Explore the Basics of Critical Reasoning here.

Target Topic-3: Para-Completion

Para-completion is a topic that has become a permanent part of the CAT exam. Over the last few years, that topic has always been there in every CAT exam, and is one of the trickier portions of the exam. It requires a high degree of skill and command over language, and the questions in this section can only be answered if one comprehends the paragraph completely.Explore the Basics of Para-completion here.

Target Topic-4: RC Basics

Reading Comprehension is probably the most important topic in the CAT English section. RCs make up almost 50% of the CAT English section, and they are an absolute must: you can leave any other topic in CAT, but RCs. Keeping that in mind, we bring to you a special 10 part series on Reading Comprehensions. But before we begin that series we recommend you to go through the Basics of Reading Comprehensions here.

Make sure you complete at least 4 of the following books:

Section 2: Maths (quant) Prep for this Month

Target Topic: Arithmetic

Arithmetic is the 2nd topic that you explore for your CAT Test prep. After having explored Number System in month-1, where you Â develops an understanding of the way numbers act and behave, in month-2, you extendÂ that learning to a topic of mathematics that is heavily applicable in our everyday life. Arithmetic is an important topic in CAT, & we recommend that you study it in detail. We have uploaded the 4 arithmetic chapters along with its tests and will be adding the rest one topic at a time.

Some Books you could use to study Arithmetic:

You can study number system from any of the following books:

• Quantum CAT by Sarvesh Verma
• Quantitative Aptitude for the CAT by Arun Sharma

Section 3: Logical Reasoning & Data Interpretation Prep for this Month

Target Topic: Logical Reasoning

The trick to solve LR questions is to make a small diagrammatic representation of the given problem and then to fill in the information given. This is the flowchart approach to solve these questions and this works best. Solving these questions verbally can leave you in a tangle. So make sure you draw a small little diagram every time you solve these sets.

Some Books you could use to study Logical Reasoning

You can study Logical Reasoning from any of the following books:

• Logical Reasoning & Data Interpretation by Nishit Sinha
• The Great Book of Puzzles & Teasers by George J Summers

Section 3: Vocab Builder

Visual Vocab

The first half of the Vocab Builder is based on Visual Vocabulary, with 5 word-posters provided for you every day. These 5 words are mixed according to difficulty and their probability of appearing in exams. You may already know some of these words but you need to worry about; there will be plenty of words featured during the course of the complete course.

Flashcard Sets

We provide one flashcard set a day, featuring 10 words. These mobile-friendly cards can be viewed at any time, and are meant to act as a reinforcement for your current vocabulary database. Words are accompanied with synonyms and antonyms, and you can make handy clusters to memorize these words.

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