This article gives the concept of Ratio and The Properties of Ratios. This topic forms the basis for a number of other topics in Problem Solving section of CAT. It will be important that students understand the concepts and the applications of Ratio.
This article deals with the types of Analogy and Reverse Analogy Problems that candidates may face in CAT. The article also builds up on the answering strategies that are effective to find answers of such questions.
Common Admission Test (CAT) has a section called Data Interpretation in it. Data Interpretation gets better with practice. More you practice more you get to know the tricks involved. Practice and excel with JagranJosh.
This article shows the application based problems on the topic of ‘Averages’ that you may face in exams like CAT. The article builds from an easy problem and then takes you through a real life CAT problem.
Many problems in CAT can be solved in the form of an equation or an inequation and then solving it. It is important that a serious CAT aspirant is adept at this procedure. This article aims at showing you how to use the information given in a problem to form an equation and proceed.
This article shows the application of divisibility to some complex problems that are used to form questions in examinations like CAT. We first show a problem and its detailed solution to clarify that approach used in this problem and also help you develop the logic for such problem solving. The second problem is of the form that you may encounter in CAT.
The first section of CAT 2011 will have 20 questions on quantitative ability and 10 questions on data interpretation. DI is usually considered a tough section but an effective strategy can increase chances of your success manifold