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Course SummaryThis study guide will help prepare you to take the Common Admission Test (CAT), a management test required for post graduate study. Through a combination of video lessons and quizzes, you'll review key elements of the test, including verbal ability, equations, trigonometry and word meanings.
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About This Course
This course covers all of the topics found on the Common Admission Test (CAT). With easy-to-follow video lessons, our study guide and test prep help prepare you to take the CAT. By reviewing the lessons and taking the quizzes, you'll familiarize yourself with the key topics covered on the test, which include:
- Coordinate geometry and trigonometry
- Mathematic concepts including complex numbers, square roots and quotients
- Logarithmic equations and exponential functions
- Word problems and logic
- Grammar and sentence completion
- Reading comprehension and vocabulary
About the Exam
The Common Admissions Test is given once a year to evaluate candidates applying for admission into post graduate programs. Testing is conducted in 138 cities across India in two different sessions. The examination lasts 180 minutes and is comprised of three sections, with 60 minutes allocated to each section. Section one covers verbal ability and reading comprehension, section two covers data interpretation and logical reasoning, and section three tests quantitative ability. The exam is comprised of a combination of multiple choice and open-ended questions.
Common Admission Test (CAT) Preparation & Registration
Through video lessons and accompanying quizzes, you can test your knowledge of the topics covered on the CAT or review more complicated subjects. You'll study mathematics topics such as ratios, rates, proportions and percents, equations and inequalities, coordinate geometry and logic and reasoning. You'll also learn more about verbal topics like analogies, sentence completion, word meanings and grammar. After watching the videos, the accompanying quizzes help you test your knowledge and comprehension.
Online registration for the CAT takes place two to three months before the examination is given. In order to be eligible to take the test, applicants must either have a bachelor's or professional degree or be in the final year of study of their eligible program. Test candidates must have at least 50% marks or an equivalent CGPA.
Common Admission Test (CAT) is a registered trademark of CAT IIM 2016, which is not affiliated with Study.com.
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