- 750 Excellent Videos
- 15,000 Solved Question Bank
- 25 Mocks and 30 Sectionals
- 100+ Concept Notes and Solved Example Sets
- Valid Till Jan 10 2020

200 Concept videos covering entire CAT portion including essential shortcuts, tips and tricks. 550 videos covering solved questions.

Our Study Room has 15,000 questions sorted by difficulty level. Our intelligent adaptive platform prepares short topic tests by picking questions based on the student's proficiency in that topic.

25 National level mocks that are taken by a wide base of students. The mock distribution would be 20 CAT mocks, 1 IIFT mock, 1 XAT mock, 1 SNAP mock, 1 NMAT mock and 1 CMAT mock. 10 Sectional tests each for Quant, Verbal and LRDI.

50+ notes that explain fundamental concepts in detail. 50+ Solved example sets that pick 5 toughest and most representative questions from each topic and solve them in great detail.

- Knowing the exam well. We’ll analyze the previous papers of CAT during this period to have a clear understanding of the exam.
### Quants

Elementary maths - understanding the basics of numbers and ratios - real numbers, integers, natural numbers, whole numbers, rational and irrational numbers.### Verbal

How to build a reading habit? We’ll start with small, easy to understand passages from Indian publications and explain how to find out the crux of the passage.### DILR

Common representations of data (charts, graphs, tables), how to read values from the given figure, understanding basic terminology- profit, revenue, margin and how to represent the given information.### Quants

Understanding ratio and proportions, percentage changes, successive percentage changes, simple and compound interest, profit and loss, averages, HCF and LCM.### Verbal

We’ll move on to tougher sources such as the caravan magazine, the guardian, the NY times. During this period, we’ll go through how to identify the main idea of the individual paragraphs and how to figure out the central idea of the passage using the same.### DILR

Basic approximation techniques to compare values, template puzzles (circular arrangement, linear arrangement, Einstein puzzle) and methods to represent the information provided in these puzzles.### Quants

Time and work, Time speed and distance, mixtures and allegations, races, boats, and escalators, quadratic equations.### Verbal

Identifying the chain of thought, how connectors function in establishing the flow of ideas. We’ll start with easy RC passages and solve them to explain the concepts.### DILR

Template puzzles with 3 attributes, facing inside-outside, puzzles with numerical attributes, games and tournaments.### Quants

Number systems - factors, factorials, remainder theorems, binomial expansion, progressions and series, AM-GM inequality.### Verbal

Solving para jumbles using the chain of thought involved, Tougher RC questions.### DILR

Advanced template questions - truth-lie, picking coins, LRs that involve working with numbers### Quants

Functions, linear equations, algebra, modern maths - Permutation and combination basics and probability.### Verbal

Identifying mandatory pairs using connectors, Odd one out questions, RC questions of CAT level.### DILR

Open ended sets - where each question requires making inferences from half-completed tables, tougher template questions (like circular arrangement + some action being carried out)### Quants

Geometry -point, lines, triangles, similarities, circles, tangents, secants, chords, quadrilaterals, polygons, coordinate geometry### Verbal

Identifying the main idea, chain of thought involved in the passage, How to answer generic questions such as strengthen, weaken, author will agree with/ disagree with, author’s suggestion.### DILR

2D-representation based LRs, unconventional puzzle based questions, How to represent the information for scheduling, team selection, and space-based questions### Quants

Mensuration - areas of 2D figures, and solids - sphere, cylinder, cone, cube, cuboid, prism, and pyramids.### Verbal

How to deal with specific questions- inference based, factual questions, significance of a given word/ sentence/ paragraph in the passage.### DILR

3D space questions - (cubes with coloured faces, cubes with smaller cubes having numbers on them),### Quants

Advanced concepts - applying PnC concepts to find out the number of solutions, diagrammatic representation of equations.### Verbal

Option Elimination techniques in RC, what disqualifies an option, tone, tenor, outlook, degree, distortions### DILR

Gauging the difficulty of a set by looking at the information provided, questions, and options. Developing the ability to classify sets based on the limited information available.### Quants

Questions involving multiple layers - PnC + number systems, ratios + profit and loss, mensuration + profit and loss### Verbal

Summary and completion questions, what makes a summary apt, essential elements of a summary, persuasive and scientific RCs.### DILR

Identifying the questions within each set to attempt. Identifying questions that require a disproportionate amount of effort within each set and steering clear of them### Quants

Techniques in quants - shifting of graphs, introducing dummy variables, inequalities as distances between numbers on the number line, etc.### Verbal

How to go about answering RCs of various genres such as factual RCs, philosophical RCs and satirical RCs.### DILR

Picking up the right sets to answer in the mocks, planning the number of sets to be attempted, questions to be attempted within each set by gauging the level of difficultyAfter covering all the topics, we’ll revise them again from August so that the topics remain fresh in the memory.### Quants

Number systems - factors, factorials, HCF and LCM, remainders, progressions and series, AM-GM inequality.### Verbal

RCs, identifying the central theme of individual paragraphs, identifying the central theme of the passage by identifying the chain of thought.### DILR

Template questions representation techniques - circular, linear arrangements, arrangement with attributes.### Quants

Averages, percentages, ratio and proportions, profit and loss, simple and compound interests, compounded growth rates.### Verbal

Answering general questions of an RC - central theme, tone, author will agree with/ disagree with, suggestions.### DILR

Games and tournaments, picking coins, scheduling, team selection, routes and networks.### Quants

Time, speed, and distance, Time and work, pipes and cisterns,Relative and effective speeds, races, head starts, boats and escalators, circular tracks### Verbal

Questions based on specific details - factual questions, inference based questions, role played by a particular part of the paragraph.### DILR

Table based DI, missing DI, interpreting graphs such as line charts, pie charts, bar charts, area and bubble charts.### Quants

Algebra, functions, linear equations, inequalities and modern maths (PnC, probability).### Verbal

Solving PJs using the chain of thought, chronology, connectors, enumeration and other such techniques.### DILR

Unconventional representation of information - frequency tables, radar charts, bubble charts, charts with quadrants.### Quants

Geometry, coordinate geometry.### Verbal

Para summary, completion, identifying main and supporting arguments, essential elements of a summary.### DILR

2D space LRs, 3D LRs - (cube based), board puzzles.### Quants

How to attempt questions in 2 or 3 rounds to maximize the scores?### Verbal

How to analyze mocks and improve your ability in finalizing the choice using option elimination techniques?### DILR

Calculation based DIs, Venn diagrams, 4 group Venn diagrams.### Quants

We’ll revise all the topics in quants during this period. We’ll discuss some tricky quant questions involving the application of multiple concepts.### Verbal

We’ll analyze a few tricky RC questions, para jumbles, out of context PJs, and para summary questions.### DILR

How to identify and pick up the correct sets to answer under time pressure? We’ll have a look at some tough and challenging DILR puzzles.- Last minute tips. How to develop a strategy for the exam and how to implement the same on the exam day.

This is a one-stop solution for preparing for CAT. You can learn and revise concepts using our Video Series. You can then practice and improve your speed and accuracy using our Study Room. Finally, you can gauge where you stand on a national-level using our "closest to actual CAT" Mocks.

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- 750 Excellent Videos
- 15,000 Solved Question Bank
- 25 Mocks and 30 Sectionals
- 100+ Concept Notes and Solved Example Sets
- Valid Till Jan 10 2020