CAT, also known as Common Admission Test, is an examination that was initiated by the IIM’s for selecting students for management courses. IITs and IISc are now considering CAT scores as well, for providing entry into their management courses.
The readers have been provided with logical, diagrammatic, and non-algebraic solutions that are set to increase their mathematical thought process. The questions present in this book are designed to improve the thinking skills of the readers as well as their speed at solving problems.
In total, there are 21 chapters present in this book. Some of them include Permutations and Combinations, Ratio, Proportion And Variation, Theory of Equations, and Time, Speed and Distance. Verma has provided insight into over 300 crucial concepts, along with 800 plus examples, which helps the readers gain a sound understanding of math for CAT. The book also includes solutions for students who aren’t familiar with mathematics.
Verma has also included a list of questions at the end of each chapter, from previous years’ tests, which helps the readers comprehend their understanding of the subject as well as gain practical experience in handling such questions. There are 4000 plus practice problems that are designed to test the readers’ understanding from every possible angle, which have been divided into three levels. Verma has also outlined three methods for solving problems, which include shortcuts, innovative methods, and analytical methods. The book has solved papers of the CAT from 2003 to 2008, and also has the 2012 XAT paper, and IIFT and SNAP exam papers from 2011.
The readers have also been provided with solved papers and question papers for a number of management exams, which include MAT, SNAP, NMAT, TISS, IRMA, and JMET. Quantitative Aptitude Quantum CAT: Common Admission Test For Admission Into IIMS is definitely a must-have for those preparing for the CAT.