CAT 2022 Exam Tips: Only seven days are left in the exam, see here how to prepare in the last minute..
CAT 2022 Exam Last Minute Tips: There is little time left for the Common Admission Test i.e. CAT 2022 (CAT 2022) exam to be conducted. As per the schedule, IIM Bangalore will conduct this exam on 27 November 2022. All the candidates who are going to appear in this exam must have completed their preparation by now and revision is going on. Still, many times there is confusion as to what to do at the last minute so that it can get maximum benefit in the examination. Know the last-minute preparation tips for the CAT exam.
First, understand the exam pattern
There are three sections in this exam – Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension, Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude. The candidate gets 40 minutes for each section, after which a new section opens automatically. There will be a total of 66 questions in the CAT exam which will be 198 marks. Three marks will be given for the correct answer and minus one mark for the wrong answer. There is no negative marking for non-MCQs.
It's time to practice by giving mock tests
This is the time to practice hard by giving mock tests. So it would be better to give a lot of mock tests and then check them as well. Do practice in the area where you are spending more time, or where you are getting stuck a lot. Give mock tests in the exact exam environment and also try your best to finish the paper on time. Re-understand the areas in which there is a problem with the help of your expert.
This is not the time to do anything new –
Now, if you have missed any topic in the time left, then leave it. This is not the time to start anything new. Spend time improving your speed, and developing accuracy, as much as you know. Trust your books, your sources, your preparation and your methods and don't discuss or compare your preparation with anyone else. Now you do not have time to experiment.
View the previous year question paper
For Quant, learn the tables of Square, Cubes etc. to save time. Try to finish the questions within the time. Focus on the questions which take more time so that time can be saved. Practice a lot of grammar-related questions to avoid negative marking. Along with studies, take care of your health as well so that you do not become a victim of any disease or stress at the time of examination.