Common Admission Test (CAT) is majorly about time management and accuracy. With the changed pattern for CAT 2014, candidates are expecting to be surprised with the upcoming exam (November 16 and 22, 2014). Also Read - Inspiring! Meerut Woman Who Left Home To Avoid Forced Marriage Returns As PCS Officer 7 Years Later
Candidates should try to solve sections of logical reasoning and verbal ability together. If attempted in a right manner LR is very easy and scoring at the same time. It also works as refreshing change during the test. Here is an interesting strategy to solve Logical Reasoning and Verbal Ability Sections in less time: Also Read - Before Reporting For Duty, This Bengaluru Cop Teaches Children of Migrant Workers Everyday For An Hour
- Candidates who are less proficient in reading should attempt Reading Comprehension (RC) and Logical Reasoning questions alternatively. With one RC question and then one or two questions of LR. This will help in not losing the focus in the exam.
- Candidates with strong reading skills should start with two or more questions of RC. Once candidates start to lose focus, (LR) questions will act as fillers.
- The strategy of using fillers between RC questions can also be combined with parajumbles. The combination of light and dense question can be of great help.
- In any case candidates should not stick to one question. If the answer is unachievable then moving to the next question is a best option.
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