There is no best strategy for preparation. Each CAT topper will reveal to you an alternate method for planning for the test. It relies a great deal upon how you're getting a handle on ability, how solid your nuts and bolts are and obviously the measure of pressure you are prepared to take in.
There are a couple of things seen to be as normal. They are as per the following:-
Taking many mock tests - The majority of them take at least 50 mock tests before the CAT test.
Starting early - the majority of them start by Jan or even before.
In light of this, I figure you can utilize the below set of points and be ready.
- Mock Tests:- AIMCATs, IMS derides, CL taunts.
- You should finish reading essential ideas by end of June.
- Target settling at least 10000 CAT level inquiries when you compose your test.
- Ensure that you note down the measure of time you take to settle an inquiry normally. The time taken to comprehend each question is as significant as the precision.
- Ensure you tackle at least 50 mocks and break down every one when you analyze your test.
- June to September should be committed to comprehending as many CAT level inquiries as could be expected under the circumstances - preferably the Level 2 inquiries in the typical readiness material and inquiries from old CAT papers.
- Begin taking mocks by August and measure your level. I would recommend you to keep up an exceeding expectations sheet where you can screen your advancement on normal premise.
- On the off chance that you are not kidding about splitting CAT and you haven't begun at this point, it is as yet not very late. In a perfect world, attempt to fathom 100 to 150 inquiries every day. 50 in Quant, 50 in Verbal and around 50 in LR/DI.
- On the off chance that you feel that you have a lower scholarly profile, you should work more diligently than all the others. You may need to invest significantly more energy than others. Preferably, an individual with normal getting a handle on capacity needs to go through 3 to 4 hours on weekdays for readiness and 6 to 8 hours on the weekends of the week.
- As you approach the test, attempt to spend more time. Focus on diminishing mix-ups and improving accuracy.
- Remember that even CAT toppers don't attempt 100% of the answers. It is said that "If it is easy, solve it faster than everyone else. If it is difficult, you leave it and move on faster than everyone else.” He is actually right since there are instances where we spend too much time on certain questions because of our ego. Start off now if you haven’t started. It is not too late yet.
- You can crack CAT with a truly elevated percentile in the event that you put in the efforts and buckle down. Picture the way that you got into your fantasy B-school and the satisfaction that it would give you and your loved ones.