Category: CAT

Tips for the Personal Interview for B-school MBA admissions

Personal Interview A Personal Interview is a highly subjective assessment. It is conducted to know the candidate first hand and have an opportunity to know about their background, lifestyle, and experiences. This allows the panel to gauge whether the candidate has the ability and skills to deal with the rigors of MBA, and whether he/she…
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January 18, 2020 0

Tips for Written Ability Test – WAT for MBA admissions

The Written Ability Test   The Written Ability Test (WAT) is conducted to test the candidate’s Ability to think critically Communicate his idea Formulate a constructive critique, and Write the responses in a given time on paper   How to improve your essay writing skills The command over the clarity in thought and language is…
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January 16, 2020 0

Guidelines to Group Discussion for MBA programs in B-schools

The Group Discussion process With the CAT results declared, all of you have a rough idea of next round, i.e. Group Discussion – Personal Interview – Written Ability Test. Preparations for the same should be in full swing. While IIMs follow a WAT-PI method, several other colleges still encourage the GD-PI process. A few others…
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January 15, 2020 0
CAT and other MBA entrance exams

CAT 2019 – Prepare effectively in 9 months

How to prepare for CAT 2019 With another 9 months left for CAT 2019 (expected to be held towards the end of November’19), how should you start your preparation? We know that the CAT tests skills in three areas – Quantitative Aptitude, Logical reasoning & Data Interpretation, and Verbal Ability. Thus, to excel in this…
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February 22, 2019 0
CAT and other MBA entrance exams

CAT 2018 – What you should do in the last 3 days

CAT 2018: The Last 3 Days After an entire year’s effort, finally the CAT is just a few days away. The last mile to cracking the exam is one of the most crucial phases and can make or break the challenge. While the preparation is almost done, students have a lot of difficulty in figuring…
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November 22, 2018 0

Divisibility rules – Number properties – Understand and apply!

  In this article, we will discuss the different Divisibility rules and explain the logic behind the rules. The main numbers whose divisibility rules we would discuss are: 2, 4, 8 (and other powers of 2), 5, 25 (and other powers of 5), 3, 9, 11, and the two numbers 7 and 13 which have…
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August 29, 2018 0

CAT GRILL – Intensive CAT Sessions

  CUBIX CAT GRILL is a series of 20 rigorous 3-hour sessions. In the sessions, we will make sure that all aspects of CAT are completely covered – in all three subject areas: Quantitative Aptitude Logical Reasoning & Data Interpretation Verbal Ability   The sessions under CAT GRILL are important for you only for CAT but…
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August 27, 2018 0

Mixtures – removal and replacement questions made easy

  We often get questions involving  removal and replacement of mixtures where a part of a mixture is removed and replaced by some other solution. Say, a vessel contains different constituents in some given ratio. A fraction of the solution is removed and some quantity of some constituent is added to the solution. This process…
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August 24, 2018 0

Percentages and percentage change – concepts and applications

Percent (read as per cent) means ‘every hundred’, or, essentially, ‘out of 100’. If we are given a fraction, we can simply convert it to a percentage by multiplying 100. Say, we have ½, which, when multiplied with 100 becomes ½ x 100 = 50%. What do we mean by a percentage change? Say, a…
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August 23, 2018 0

Applications of concepts in Geometry

Geometry is something, that we, in general, are not very fond of. The primary reason is that we do not understand which concept to use for which problem. We also have a feeling that geometry is all about memorizing a large number of theorems. However, contrary to popular belief, you don’t really need to memorize…
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August 22, 2018 0
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