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What to do when the CAT is 60 days away?



60 days to cat 2019 exam



The application submission for CAT 2019 has been extended and aspirants can fill-up the form till 25th September 2019. With the CAT exam scheduled for 24th November 2019, we are just left with two months for preparation.


Those who have been preparing all these while this is the right time to switch to mock testes and invest time in analyzing those appeared mocks in order to keep a track of your performance. Don’t read or startup with any new topics rather focus on topics you are strong and confident about.


With only 60 days left for CAT 2019, mock tests can prove to be a big performance booster in your CAT preparation. It will not just help you keep a track of improvement, but also will help you get into the examination zone. Solving mock tests at frequent intervals when CAT is drawing near would help you develop your own strategy for the D-Day.



Strategy for the Last 60 days to CAT 2019:



Strategy for the Last 60 Days to CAT 2019




·         Solve and examine at least 2 mock tests in a week, then gradually increase the number of mocks you attempt. Target at least 20-25 mocks to attempt two weeks prior to the exam.


·         It is a must to solve one sectional paper every day with a timer.


·         Though CAT previous year papers are never officially released by the IIMs, but similar set of questions are available on various online portals. Make sure you solve them too.


·         Make a daily habit of reading newspapers and editorials, this will result in improving your performance in the comprehension section and also will add up a lot while preparing for Personal Interview (PI) and Writing Ability Test (WAT).


·         Read newspapers and editorials every day.


·         Stick to your schedule and study plan. Even an hour of qualitative preparation can make a huge difference in your performance. 


·         Last but not least, stay calm and focussed. Don’t panic and mess up with what you have already prepared. Be consistent.