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Developed by a topper of the CAT 2011 with a perfect 100, this textbook revels in expertise tips and involves teaching content to other aspirants with a complete focus on handling all possible permutation and combinations of CAT questions.
Summary Of The Book
The Common Admission Test (CAT) is a computer based test that tackles quantitative ability, data interpretation, verbal ability and logical reasoning. It follows the multiple choice question format and the final results are decided on the basis of percentiles, which are derived from scaled scores as matched against the overall score in the test. A candidate needs to be quick at understanding and answering the questions in order to score maximum marks. Securing a high rank in this test will ensure a seat in one of the illustrious IIMs and other Business Schools.
This guidebook developed by Rajesh Balasubramanian contains all relevant concepts and topics integral to the purview of the CAT and each chapter tackles theory and then moves onto solved questions, exercise questions and finally the important CAT questions. The subject matter tackled in this book are Averages, Profit and Loss, Percentages, Linear and Quadratic equations, Ratios, Mixtures, Speed, Time and Distance, Progressions, Simple Interest, Inequalities, Probability, Trigonometry, Geometry and Compound Interest among many other topics.
Quantitative Aptitude For The CAT Common Admission Test contains twenty-seven chapters developed by Balasubramanian. Another plus to the book is the definitive solutions that are detailed and comprehensive in nature as they tackle the entire gamut of problems so presented across the book. The end of each chapter features CAT questions that are graded across both Level 1 and Level 2 of the examination. Balasubramanian is even persistent in further embellishing the book by including original CAT QT questions from 2006 to 2008 with their respective solutions and also developing mock CAT papers in the same format. These include solutions for two of the three Mock papers developed by the author.
About Rajesh Balasubramanian
Rajesh Balasubramanian is the director of Ascent Education that trains students for competitive exams. Balasubramanian did his schooling at PSBB in Chennai. He completed his Bachelors in Electrical Engineering from IIT, Madras before joining IIM for a degree in MBA. He worked at Credit Suisse as an Equity Research Analyst. He, however steered away from lucrative jobs in management and began tutoring classes for CAT preparation. He teaches over 250 students a year for competitive exams like the CAT, GMAT and the TANCET.
Solved CAT (Quants) 2006
Solved CAT (Quants) 2007
Unsolved CAT (Quants) 2008
Solved Mock CAT 1 (Quants)
Solved Mock CAT 2 (Quants)
Unsolved Mock CAT 3 (Quants)
Articles on How to Prepare for the CAT
27 Jun, 2013
Key To success
10 Jul, 2013
Cat aspirants just go and grab this book right now
7 Jul, 2013
Excellent is the only word!!!!
7 Apr, 2014
Closely mimics CAT (Chapter wise and difficulty wise)
11 Jul, 2013
book must have for CAT
10 Jul, 2013
An excellent book to practice CAT level questions
K S Baskar
3 Jul, 2013
Could have been a great book, but the author is more interested in getting reviews for the book.
17 Aug, 2013
The best buk in marke for CAT
7 Mar, 2014
23 Nov, 2013