CAT is a speed and Accuracy Exam. Practice as many CAT question papers and mock tests as you can to improve Speed and Accuracy.
When you enter your exam hall, you don't know what is in store for you. But you do know the topics and what could be the difficulty level of the questions.
Every question does not need to be Completely solved. Answers to some questions can be deduced using the option given.
It is obvious you cannot attempt all questions with equal importance.
It is imperative to choose the questions you can answer and not waste time on questions that are tricky or confusing.
It is critical to read the entire question before you choose to attempt or leave it.
Gather all the factual information shared in the question. Also, make sure you understand the options carefully before selecting the correct answer.
CAT exam has negative marking.
For Each wrong answer minus one mark in deducted. To avoid this, learn the trick of selecting the right question for you.
CAT has sectional cut-off limit so prepare all topics.
Sectional cut-off directly affects the overall CAT percentile and selection in WAT-GD/PI.
Reading the paper improves your concentration over the long run which is MOST IMPORTANT in CAT for Reading Comprehension.
R2-D2, Star Wars
The Terminator, The Terminator
Optimus Prime, Transformers
HAL, 2001: A Space Odyssey
Sonny, I. Robot