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Verbal Ability – 3 areas to work on

By   /  September 2, 2013  /  Featured, MBA Prep, Verbal Ability  /  No Comments

Verbal Ability for CAT 2013

Verbal Ability can be improved by the CAT and MBA aspirants by keeping the following in mind. The verbal ability section of CAT comprises of 30 questions which include: Reading Comprehension: 10-11 questions Logical Reasoning: 9-10 questions Other Verbal ability questions: 10-11 questions. The questions in this category test Grammar, Vocabulary, Verbal reasoning. Grammar questions […]

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How does MBA help you differentiate yourself?

By   /  August 27, 2013  /  B School Buzz, Featured  /  No Comments

MBA differentiate

How does MBA help you differentiate yourself? Having spent one and a half years pursuing my MBA I can safely say that the knowledge I have accrued has enhanced my skill set to a great extent. The journey for becoming an MBA begins from the day you write CAT (or any other competitive exam for MBA). […]

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Sample Paper 2

By   /  August 26, 2013  /  Sample Papers  /  No Comments

Sample Paper 2

In this series of providing sample papers to our readers, CrackMyMBA presents to you Sample Paper – 2 prepared by our team. Please use this sample paper prepared by us from the information in the public domain for your practice. Q1 Find the minimum value of x2 – 10x – 6 1.      -25 -50 -10 […]

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CAT 2013 website is live

By   /  August 19, 2013  /  MBA News and Announcements  /  No Comments

CAT 2013 Website Snapshot

CAT 2013 website is live. MBA aspirants who are looking forward to appear in CAT 2013 to gain admission into the best b schools in India will have to appear for this coveted MBA exam. All details related to CAT will be available on CrackMyMBA to enable the preparation for the students. The website provides […]

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Verbal Section in CAT

By   /  August 15, 2013  /  MBA Prep, Verbal Ability  /  No Comments

Verbal Section

The Verbal section in CAT consists of 30 questions. Reading comprehension, logical reasoning and other verbal questions based on grammar have equivalent shares in this section. Let us have a closer look at each of these components: Reading Comprehension The first stage of approaching reading comprehensions is to select which ones to attempt first. In […]

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