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Wise selection of questions was critical to avoid getting stuck on problems. It is important to note that the exam has enough easy questions for you to crack, hence, focus on identifying these rather than wasting time on problems you think you may be able to solve.

In comparison to the previous years, CAT featured an increased number of questions from Arithmetic. Most of these questions were based on basic concepts and one could solve them if these were revised before the exam. Overall, the exam featured 34 Quantitative Aptitude problems. This section of the exam also featured four Data Interpretation sets, each with 4 questions. The style of data interpretation sets was slightly different this year, and the questions were not purely calculative in nature.

The questions had an element of reasoning involved in them, and in order to better gauge this style of paper, it is advisable to solve DI sets from the years to The four DI sets featured in the exam were based on the following areas: Bar graphs, tables and reasoning-based. Also, this year Data Sufficiency was absent from the paper.

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The 'Verbal Ability' section of CAT underwent a transformation this year, and generally speaking, the level was easier than in the previous year. The section contained 34 questions from the following areas: This section did not contain questions from any of the following areas: This effectively means that you did not need to worry about these areas and could simply focus on the reading-based sections of the exam.

The section featured reading comprehensions of moderate length, which varied between to words. An obvious break from the style of previous years was the fact that the RCs did not contain passages from areas such as philosophy, sociology etc.

The passages were based on topics such as obesity, politics and so on. One thing that needs to be mentioned is that some of the questions were direct in nature and you should be fairly confident to attempt this section.

The logical reasoning section of the exam had 4 sets of four questions each. The questions in this section were slightly difficult and generally speaking, the reasoning portion of this exam has been reported as time consuming. Keep this in mind when you attempt this section, and do not place your complete focus on logical reasoning alone.

Wise selection of questions was critical to avoid getting stuck on problems. It is important to note that the exam has enough easy questions for you to crack, hence, focus on identifying these rather than wasting time on problems you think you may be able to solve.

In comparison to the previous years, CAT featured an increased number of questions from Arithmetic. Most of these questions were based on basic concepts and one could solve them if these were revised before the exam. Overall, the exam featured 34 Quantitative Aptitude problems. This section of the exam also featured four Data Interpretation sets, each with 4 questions.

The style of data interpretation sets was slightly different this year, and the questions were not purely calculative in nature. The questions had an element of reasoning involved in them, and in order to better gauge this style of paper, it is advisable to solve DI sets from the years to The four DI sets featured in the exam were based on the following areas: Bar graphs, tables and reasoning-based.

Also, this year Data Sufficiency was absent from the paper. The section contained 34 questions from the following areas: 4 passages with 4 questions each, 4 critical reasoning questions inference based , 3 summary writing questions, 4 para jumble questions, 4 odd sentence out questions and 3 grammar based questions.

This section did not contain questions from any of the following areas: vocabulary, FIJs, Phrasal verbs and so on. This effectively means that you did not need to worry about these areas and could simply focus on the reading-based sections of the exam.

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CAT 2014 Question Paper Analysis

Basic GK about Indian Railways. Departmental Interview Questions Practice Tests.The pattern, number of questions and duration have seen considerable variations over the years. This section of the exam also featured four Data Interpretation sets, each with 4 questions. My strategy for solving QA section: Irrespective of the number of questions the approach should be: Click on the Question Paper Button to open the question paper pdf In about 30 sec scan the paper to check if there are any grouped question or Data Sufficiency question and also in general the length of question.

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