Since the introduction of non-MCQ questions in CAT exam, it has become all the more important to strategize for the exam beforehand. The last two months before the exam should be devoted to not just solving questions from VRC section but also in developing a strategy based on a candidate's time-management skills and preparation level.
CAT 2017 VRC Syllabus
Though there is no pre-defined syllabus followed for CAT exams, over the years it has become clear the topics from which questions are generally asked.
- English Usage or Grammar
- Vocabulary Based (Synonyms/ Antonyms)
- Fill in the blanks
- Sentence Correction
- Close Passage
- Jumbled Paragraph
- Meaning-Usage Match
- Analogies or Reverse Analogies
- Summary Questions
- Verbal Reasoning
- Reading Comprehension
Preparation Strategy for VRC in last two months
Practice Mock Tests: As has been reiterated time and again, the last two months of CAT preparation should involve lots and lots of mock test. Students should try to solve at least one sectional mock test for VRC once a week. Candidates should not only solve but also keep a track of their improvement graph. If your performance is not going up then you need to re-evaluate and upgrade your paper-solving strategy.
Tweet: As unconventional as it sounds, go on Twitter. Not only follow people who tweet in impeccable English but also practice the art of articulating your thoughts in 140 or less characters. This will help you in questions which want you to summarize a paragraph and will eventually come in handy at the time of Writing Ability Test (WAT) after you clear CAT.
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