After 28 days of the completion of Common Admission Test (CAT) Registration, IIM Calcutta will release CAT Admit Card on October 24, 2018. The window to download the hall ticket will available for only one month until November 25, 2018.
The Admit Card for CAT 2018 will release only for candidates who have submitted the form before the last day. Though CAT Registration is over, there are many other National Level Exams for which registration is still open.
There are many students who have filled wrong details in the form and are worried if they able to take the exam or not. So, a candidate will not face any problem on the exam day unless he/she has made an error in name, date of birth, category, photograph, and signature. As these details will be cross-checked with the photo identification proof shown by students to the test administrator.
In case, there is an error in the CAT Admit Card then you can contact at email@example.com. If candidates themselves have entered wrong details in the registration form, then no request for a change in data will be entertained.
Once the admit card for CAT will release candidates will have exactly one month left for the exam. This is the high time to play a blinder. Sharpen the reading skills, concepts, formulas etc. Improving even a bit will help to improve the percentile by a great margin.
how to improve Rc for cat 2018?
Even after practicing for months, the main section in which candidates find trouble is Reading Comprehension. This is a myth that not having an English background will hamper the performance in CAT. Actually, in CAT the English is quite simple but it is the context that is most important. Even in CAT 2017, RC’s were quite easy in terms of language and the context. Most of the students found it easy because they have background knowledge of the topics.
So, in the reading time, start reading articles on a variety of topics. Especially, the topics which you find difficult to comprehend. For say, Engineering students might have less knowledge related to Economics. Thus, read articles related to Economy, Banking Awareness, case studies etc. Recently, Paul Romer, William Nordhaus have won Nobel Prize in Economics. Read from Psychology, History especially World Wars, Financial Crises etc. Usually, there is atleast one Topic that is related to Economics in the exam.
Next, in Quantitative Ability, many students with non-engineering background find QA a hard nut to crack. So, in this section more you have the concepts clear, the more it is easy to solve the question. As s good strategy, thoroughly analyze the paper and divide it into three sections easy, moderate, and difficult questions. This way students will able to attempt more questions with higher accuracy.
5 Awesome Tips and Tricks to Crack the Exam
Here are some tips that candidates can follow to prepare for the preparation of the exam. Most importantly, prepare with a free mind and without any pressure.
#1. Take Mock Test with thorough Analysis
Take atleast one mock per week. The important thing to realize is the thorough analysis of the mocks. In order to improve in the next mock, it is necessary to learn mistakes from the previous one. Importantly, take the mock test seriously considering that it is the actual CAT exam.
#2. Do not Set the Boundaries! Be Prepare for unexpected.
Examinations like CAT are unpredictable. The exam conducting body hasn’t released a number of questions or type of questions in each section. Thus, be prepared for anything. Taking good quality mocks will help to make strategy according to the difficulty level of the paper.
#3. Maximize Scores ? Targeting on a number of Specific Question ?
In a test always try to improve the scores and hence a number of questions according to the difficulty level of the exam. Do not predefine the number of questions to be attempted in a section. Increase or decrease the attempts according to the type and difficulty level of questions.
#4. Don’t just Focus on Just 1 Section
Do not compromise a weak section with a strong one and vice-versa. In case you are not getting a good score in one section then increase the ratio of the time accordingly. In 6 hours, Now give three to English and rest to DILR & QA. Similarly, if you are good at DI, then just not ignore it by focusing only on other sections.
#5. Do not Self Confidence
In the last few days of the exam, do not lose hope. You can definitely crack it but you might not if you over-pressurize yourself. Thus, prepare for the exam with a free mind. If not CAT, then there are other million opportunities waiting for you.
All the Best from Team Aglasem.