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‘Don’t Lose Confidence in Yourself ’ Siddhartha Srivastava, CAT topper and IIM Calcutta student

An inspiration for CAT 2018 aspirants, Siddhartha Srivastava scored 99.64 percentile in CAT 2017 and has accepted admission offer from IIM Calcutta. He converted call both at IIM Calcutta and IIM Lucknow but preferred to join 2018-20 batch at IIM Calcutta.  He had earned working experience of 3 years at Uber across Business operations & strategy and product management profiles before joining IIM Calcutta. Siddhartha preferred self preparation instead of joining a coaching institute to prepare for CAT exam.

CAT 2018 success mantra by IIM Ahmedabad Student Krupa Bathia ‘Use Mocks to Decide Preparation Direction’

An inspiration to CAT 2018 aspirants, IIM Ahmedabad student of PGP 2018-20, Krupa Bathia scored 99.95 percentile in CAT 2017 despite the fact she was a working professional and had to keep a balance between work and CAT preparation. Apart from CAT exam, she did not appear in any other MBA entrance test.

‘Frame the CAT Challenges Before You’: CAT Topper & FMS Student Kumar Ravi shares CAT Preparation Strategy

An inspiration for CAT 2018 aspirants, the CAT topper with 99.99 percentile and FMS Delhi student Kumar Ravi is a B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from VNIT Nagpur with an inclination towards automobile engineering. His sectional percentile in CAT is 99.17 in VARC, 99.99 in DILR, and 99.68 in Quant. By cracking CAT 2017 with 99.99 percentile, Kumar has proved that IIM-CAT can be conquered only by students of small towns also.

“Test your patience with CAT Mocks ”: Adarsh Srivastava, CAT topper and MDI Gurgaon student

Adarsh Srivastava, student of PGPM 2018-20 batch at MDI Gurgaon scored 98.99 percentile in CAT 2017 despite being a working professional. Sending the message to CAT 2018 aspirants not to give up inspite of odds, Adarsh is of the view that failures will pump you up in your CAT preparation journey. Adarsh scored a percentile score of 95.65 in Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension (VARC); 92.68 in Data Inpretation and Logical Reasoning (DILR) and 99.42 in Quantitative Ability (QA).

CAT 2017: Prepare devising your own Exam day strategy; suggest CAT toppers

CAT 2017 exam date on November 26, 2017 needs a well devised strategy to crack the exam with high score. This is more important after putting in many months of preparation as all depends on the 3 hours of your testing duration. Past CAT toppers at FMS Delhi, IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Bangalore, SPJIMR Mumbai followed their own but distinct strategy on CAT day and came out with flying colours.

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Countdown to CAT 2017: Focus your preparation on syllabus, attempt Mocks; key tips from toppers

Countdown to CAT 2017 has started with barely 15 days left for the CAT exam date on November 26. You need to take lead from the CAT Mocks to cover the revised CAT Syllabus in revamped CAT exam pattern to prepare for CAT 2017 exam in next 15 days as suggested by CAT toppers and students of IIMs and FMS Delhi.

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CAT 2017 exam preparation tips by IIML student & CAT topper Rachit ‘Don’t worry about wrong answers’

IIM Lucknow student of PGP 2017-19 batch Rachit Gupta was a working professional before he cracked CAT and joined IIML. He is an inspiration for CAT 2017 aspirants as despite having very little time to study he opted for self-preparation. With his dedicated study schedule, he scored 99.83 percentile in CAT 2016 and got his dream IIM, the IIM Lucknow. 

FMS Delhi CAT topper Somesh, success mantra for CAT 2017 “Give equal importance to all 3 sections”

FMS Delhi student of MBA 2017-19 batch Somesh Lohani, an inspiration for CAT 2017 aspirants, scored 99.99 percentile in CAT 2016.  With barely a month left for CAT 2017 D-day, Somesh Lohani advises the CAT 2017 aspirants to give equal weightage to all the 3 sections in CAT, improve their reading speed, overcome the weakness and study smartly instead of frequently switching over the study material.

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CAT 2017 success mantra by IIM Ahmedabad CAT 100 percentiler, Gyayak Jain ‘Mix match various type of problems’

An inspiration to CAT 2017 aspirants, IIM Ahmedabad student of PGP 2017-19, Gyayak Jain scored 100 percentile in CAT despite the fact he was a working professional and had to keep a balance between work and CAT preparation.

Gyayak preferred self preparation instead of joining some coaching although he made it a point to attempt as many mocks before the CAT exam as possible. More importantly, Gyayak analysed each and every mock and developed his own logic to solve the problems.

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