How to Prepare for CAT 2022: Ultimate Tips from Experts

Common Admission Test 2022 ( CAT )

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CAT 2022 preparation is all about theory and practice. There has to be the right combination of the two. As the CAT exam gets closer, Shiksha brings to you, top study tips by MBA expert.

CAT preparation 2022

How is your CAT preparation going so far? Most of you must have already completed the syllabus and moved to the next phase of exam preparation, i.e. mock test practice. Yes, it is time now to lay your hands on the best CAT mock test series to practice one more time as the exam is scheduled on November 27.

Common Admission Test or CAT is the most popular MBA entrance exam in India, taken by over two lakh aspirants every year. It is the road to India's best B-schools, the IIMs. Naturally, it is also the toughest entrance exam to crack. So CAT 2022 aspirants must make such a preparation plan that encompasses all the aspects that contribute in scoring 99+ percentileCAT is an aptitude test to assess a candidate’s analytical, logical as well as verbal skills, all of which are essential for a successful career in business management. Thus to crack CAT exam, one needs a sound preparation plan.

Just like every year, CAT 2022 question paper will be of high difficulty level, so you need to ensure that there is no gap in your preparation. In this article, you will read all about CAT preparation and know tips and tricks of how to prepare for CAT? Also get section-wise prep tips and CAT question papers.

Changes in CAT Exam Pattern

A few changes were made in the CAT exam pattern in 2020 due to COVID-19 pandemic. The timing and total number of questions were reduced. In 2021, the total number of questions were further reduced. Check below the changes in CMATquestion paper pattern in the last three years.

Features

CAT 2021

CAT 2020

CAT 2019

CAT exam slots

Three

Three

Two

CAT duration

120 minutes

120 minutes

180 minutes

Sectional time limit

40 minutes

40 minutes

60 minutes

Total number of questions

66

76

100

Total marks

198

228

300

Total questions in VARC section

24

26

34

Total questions in DILR section

20

24

32

Total questions in QA section

22

26

34

CAT Exam Preparation 2022

CAT is a tough exam and one needs to have 100 per cent dedication for it. It requires six to eight hours of study on daily basis with revision of all the concepts and formulae regularly so that it is fresh in memory till the exam day. Candidates need to revise with reference to their application on different types of questions. In the exam, candidates have to take split-second decisions. To master this skill, candidates need to practice 40-50 CAT mock tests

CAT Preparation Through Coaching

CAT preparation is a long term plan. One has to start preparing for it at least six to nine months in advance. Candidates who plan to prepare for CAT by self study must start even earlier. Candidates who join a coaching institute for CAT preparation, are guided well by the mentors and coaches. The coaching institute also provides all the study material and CAT mock test series to candidates, while guiding them through tricky topics and questions. However, they are required to attend classes of six to eight hours daily.

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CAT 2022 Preparation Through Self-Study

Aspirants, who cannot attend daily classes, should opt for self-study. Yes, CAT exam preparation is possible through self-study. In fact, there are many CAT toppers, who have studied for the exam by self. Those who opt for self-study, must not worry about how to prepare for CAT 2022. All they need to do is, do the following:

CAT exam is held in online mode. The difficulty level of the question paper is usually moderate to difficult. The questions may be easy or tough, but what makes the difference is how well and fast you use your mind to solve them with 100 per cent accuracy.

The need to know the CAT syllabus and pattern thoroughly is the first and foremost requirement. Being able to choose the right question, reading them quickly and accurately and solving them quickly and accurately, are the key areas you need to work upon during your CAT preparation.

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How to Prepare for CAT 2022: VARC

Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (VARC) section of CAT exam normally has three parts – Vocabulary, Grammar and Reading Comprehension.

Vocabulary-based questions include Synonyms, Antonyms, Analogies, Spellings, Odd Words, Words Often Confused, Sentence Completion and Cloze Tests. To crack these questions, you require a combination of vocabulary knowledge, reading skills and reasoning powers. Vocabulary knowledge is not merely knowing what a word means but understanding what contexts the word can fit in to. Once you start understanding a particular word’s usage in context, it will be easy.

Try to understand a word through etymology - understanding root meanings. Knowing the meaning of a Latin root like ‘loqui’ will enable one to understand words like eloquent, loquacious, soliloquy, ventriloquize, circumlocution, grandiloquent, magniloquent, etc. Add to your understanding of roots, the meanings of prefixes and suffixes and you have considerable control over vocabulary.

Grammar: There are two approaches to solving Grammar based questions – one is, go by rules and learn the various parts of speech and their usages and the rules that apply, or you practice the kind of questions that are asked and you take an approach of learning the kind of errors which lead to questions based on error detection or sentence correction. Once there is familiarity with the error types, a lot of practice helps you cross the line.

Reading Comprehension can be tackled by cultivating the habit of reading over time. Start fiction novel, newspapers and blogs. Target nothing less than a reading speed of about 300 words per minute depending on the level of the text. And read diverse. Choose to read those topics that are out of your comfort zone. 

CAT Syllabus 2022: VARC

Pronouns with Exercises

Parajumbles with Exercises

Prepositions with Exercises

Subject-Verb Agreement

Types of Clauses

Examples of Articles

Phrases Modifiers

Parts of Speech

Errors in Tenses

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How to Prepare for CAT 2022: DILR

The weightage of Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DILR) in a CAT exam almost the same as the other two sections of the paper. In CAT 2022, this section was moderate but time consuming.

The tricky part about CAT DILR is that it is not Mathematics and there is no formula. It is logic based and requires some amount of calculation and counting. Meaning, it’s a skill to be acquired and not knowledge to be remembered.

Mental calculation is the key here. To strengthen your hold on DILR, don’t use the calculator, rely on your brain. Master Tables from 1 to 20, knowledge of Fractions from 1/1, 1/2, 1/3 to 1/20, basic calculation, etc.

DILR section of CAT can be mastered with practice, the more you practice, the quicker you will get in achieving accuracy.

CAT Syllabus 2022: DILR

Venn Diagrams

Approximation and Conversion Techniques

Percentages

Number Systems

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How to Prepare for CAT 2022: Quantitative Aptitude

The CAT Quantitative Aptitude section includes Arithmetic, Algebra, Advance Mathematics and Geometry; and makes up for the 1/3rd of the CAT question paper.

In this section, there is no other way of scoring well but by being thorough with each and every chapter. Memorise fundamentals and theories. Attempt a variety of sample questions to tackle the QA section of CAT. This section may require heavy calculation. Rely on mental calculation as it will win against the calculator in time consumption.

CAT Syllabus 2022: Quantitative Ability

Permutation and Combination

Mean, Mode, Median

Probability

Mensuration Formula

Simple Interest and Compound Interest

Binomial Theorem

Square Root and Cube Root

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Our advice to CAT 2022 aspirants is to practice, practice and practice more. The more you practice the better will be you speed and accuracy.

CAT Preparation 2022: Solving Sample Papers and Mock Tests

A key aspect of CAT exam preparation is solving sample questions and online mock tests. The candidates must make sure that they practice about 40-50 CAT mock tests during their preparation time. While the ideal time start full-fledged CAT mocks is October, experts recommend that candidates solve topic-wise sample questions while studying them for better clarity of concepts. Listed below are some key points related to CAT mock test, read on.

  • While studying a particular topic, solve its practice questions at least thrice. In the first attempt, you will understand the question and its logic, in the second attempt, you will be able to solve it accurately and in the third attempt, you’ll be able to solve in with accuracy in lesser time.
  • Start solving online CAT mock tests after you’ve completed the syllabus so that you don’t get stuck on a particular topic.
  • Your aim behind practicing CAT mock tests must be to increase speed and accuracy for solving a 2-hour long question paper. Also, increase your stamina to sit through the three-hour exam without getting mentally or physically exhausted.
  • After solving each CAT mock test or sample paper, analyse your performance and assess the area of improvement. Do not solve more than one sample paper in a day. Your mind needs rest after a grueling session.
  • Do not feel demoralized if the result is not encouraging initially, continue to assess gaps and work on them. The only way you can win on CAT or any other MBA entrance exam is by winning on mock tests.
  • Since, CAT exam has sectional time-limit, it is essential to practice sectional mock tests as well, to learn and manage time efficiently.
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CAT Preparation: Solve Previous Year CAT Question Papers

Along with sample papers and mock tests, the candidates must also solve previous year CAT question papers of at least last five years. This will give them an idea of question paper pattern, difficulty level of questions, types of questions, topic-wise break-up of questions and marking scheme of the CAT. Cadidates can download free PDFs of CAT question papers of previous years. 

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CAT Preparation with Toppers

We spoke to some of the CAT toppers to know how they prepared for the exam and what is their secret of scoring 100 percentile. Click on the links below to know their CAT preparation strategy:

CAT Toppers

CAT Topper Interviews

Chirag Gupta

CAT 2021, 100 percentile

I started preparing in March 2021. I focused mainly on giving mock tests and analysing them. I used to work on my weaknesses by watching various CAT preparation YouTube videos on various topics.

Read: Chirag's full interview

Bir Anmol Singh

CAT 2021, 99.94 percentile

I started preparing in April 2021. I solved Arun Sharma sir's CAT books for VARC, LR, DI and Quant. I attempted as many past year CAT questions papers (timed attempt) that I could attempt, on weekends.

Read: Bir Anmol’s full interview

Mohit Babu

CAT 2021, 99.85 percentile

I started my preparations in April 2021. My strategy mostly involved solving the previous years' mock papers from different coaching institutes. After that, I analysed my weak areas and then focused on improving them.

Read: Mohit’s full interview

Vinayak Prabhu

CAT 2021, 99.82 percentile

If you are dedicated, self-motivated and can stick to sincere practice then you don't need any coaching. But coaching will definitely give you a competitive edge because they will be sharing their years of experience which you can't have on your own.

Read: Vinayak’s full interview

Mayank Kapoor

CAT 2021, 99.69 percentile

A coaching institute gives you a routine and this is a pretty big factor. Most of us have other things that we are busy with but if we have a schedule then it will nudge us to be regular with the prep.

Read: Mayank’s full interview

Sagar Sengar

CAT 2021, 99.48 percentile

I started preparing around the end of June this year and went into the full-throttle mode by end of August. My overall strategy was to first complete the theory end to end and then practice different kinds of problems across all the sections. 

Read: Sagar’s full interview

Vinay Kotwal

CAT 2021, 99.40 percentile

Being from a mathematics background, I had a hold over the Quant section. I mainly focused on the VARC section. I referred to Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis. I also used to read the newspaper daily to improve my English.

Read: Vinay’s full interview

Ved Vineet

CAT 2021, 99.40 percentile

Along with the CAT preparation, I have limited time on weekdays. I devoted two hours on all the weekdays. However, had to stretch during the weekends; thus, 4-5 hours of preparation on the weekends helped me score well.

Read: Ved’s full interview

Sareen Shah

CAT 2021, 99.35 percentile

I knew that Quant and DILR was my strong point. Had to attempt the most there. VARC was unpredictable and hence focused majorly on RCs rather than other questions.

Read: Sareen’s full interview

Shreshth Khare

CAT 2021, 99.28 percentile

I began preparing in August. I joined the All India Test series offered by TIME and IMS. My strategy was to take the mock in the designated window and analyze it thoroughly. 

Read: Shreshth’s full interview

Kshitiz Singhal

CAT 2020, 99.99 percentile

My suggestion for the aspirants is to work on your fundamentals, speed and accuracy.

Read: Kshitiz’s full interview

Ekansh Agarwal

CAT 2020, 99.98 percentile

I would say that mock tests are the most important part of CAT preparation. Attempt as many mock tests as possible.

Read: Ekansh’s full interview

Naval Mittal

CAT 2020, 99.97 percentile

Solve as many types of questions you can from each section. Secondly, focus on your accuracy.

Read: Naval’s full interview

Swarnadeep Ghosh

CAT 2020, 99.92 percentile

Attempt all kinds of mock tests, difficult and easy. Maximise your strengths and do not stress about the weaker areas.

Read: Swarnadeep’s full interview

Sabyasachi Mishra

CAT 2020, 99.90 percentile

Focus more on concepts more than the mock tests. I would say that mocks do not matter much. What you learn from the mock tests is what matters.

Read: Sabyasachi’s full interview

Ravi Prinshu

CAT 2020, 99.78 percentile

Be self-disciplined and take mock tests regularly and decide your preparation strategy accordingly by identifying your strengths and weaknesses.

Read: Ravi’s full interview

Aruneet Dutta

CAT 2020, 99.52 percentile

You have to decide your own preparation and test-taking strategy through trial and error method. You are the best person to decide which preparation method works best for you. 

ReadAruneet’s full interview

Deepanshu Arora

CAT 2020, 99.49 percentile

Take as many mock tests as possible and analyse your performance. This would improve your exposure to the various question types.

Read: Deepanshu’s full interview

Gahana Agarwal

CAT 2020, 99.30 percentile

It is necessary to keep yourself motivated by any means possible through the entire preparation phase and not to let mocks scores and percentiles affect your mindset.

Read: Gahana’s full interview

Arijit Kumar

CAT 2020, 99.10 percentile

Work on your strengths. Refer to the CAT preparation books like Arun Sharma and take ample mock tests and practice varieties of question types.

Read: Arjit’s full interview

Lastly, we recommend practice, practice and practice more. The more you practice questions from VARC, LRDI and QA the better control you'll have on the CAT question paper.

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FAQs on CAT Preparation 2022

Q: When will CAT 2022 will be conducted?

A: CAT 2022 will be conducted on November 27 in 150 cities across India. The CAT exam will be conducted at over 425 exam centres in three sessions as per the COVID-19 guidelines and safety measures.

Q: How many months are good enough to prepare for CAT exam?

A: One must dedicate at least six to nine months to prepare for CAT exam. Daily eight to ten hours of study is required at least five days per week. However, there are some candidates who may be able to complete the preparation in lesser time. Each candidate must start CAT preparation according to their capability and previous knowledge of VARC, DILR and QA topics.

Q: Which is the toughest section of CAT exam?

A: One cannot really say which section is the toughest in CAT. Although QA is considered tough because it is calculation intensive, but it has been seen in the past, that sometimes VARC turns out to be tricky or DILR has surprise questions. Overall, the difficulty level of CAT exam is higher than any other MBA entrance exam.

Q: Can I prepare for CAT on my own?

A: Yes, you can prepare for CAT on your own, but that would require strict self-discipline, hard work and dedication on your part. The candidates must be prepared to dedicate a good amount of their time to studies on a daily basis, including weekends.

Q: Is coaching mandatory for scoring 99+ percentile in CAT?

A: No, coaching is not mandatory for CAT exam preparation. Many candidates in the past have scored 99+ percentile by self-study. However, to join a coaching school or not is an individual decision to be made keeping in mind personal discipline and availability of time for CAT preparation. The advantage of coaching is that, you get a mentor to guide you through your preparation journey.

Q: How many questions are asked in CAT?

A: The CAT question paper has 100 questions. The VARC section has 34 questions, DILR has 32 questions and QA section has 34 questions. However, in CAT 2020 the total number of questions was 76 (VARC 26 questions, DILR 24 questions and QA 26 question). The CAT 2021 question paper the total number of questions was further reduced to 66 (VARC 24 questions, DILR 20 questions and QA 22 question).

Q: Is there negative marking for wrong answers in CAT?

A: Yes, there is negative marking of minus one for every wrong attempt in CAT exam. So, the candidates must carefully mark their answers in the paper. However, there is no negative marking for non-MCQ questions. 

Q: Do PwD candidates get extra time in CAT exam?

A: Yes, PwD candidates get 20 minutes extra for each section in CAT exam. To avail this facility they need to upload PwD certificate with the CAT application form and carry one copy of the certificate to the exam centre.

Q: How can I master VARC section of CAT?

A: To have a stronghold on VARC section, start reading English novels and books of all genres from the early stage of CAT preparation. This will strengthen your vocabulary, grammar and reading comprehension skill.

Q: Is practicing sample questions enough to cover DILR section?

A: Since DILR is logic-based section, one may think that practicing sample papers will be enough, but to build a strong base to solve any type of puzzle, it is very important to understand the fundamentals of DILR topics.

Q: Which IIM will conduct CAT 2022?

A: CAT 2022 is being conducted by IIM Bangalore. The institute is conducting CAT after a gap of five years. Last year, the CAT exam was conducted by IIM Ahmedabad.  

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What are some of the important tricks used for solving the quant section of the CAT exam?

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CAT 2022 Tricks For Quant by 99 PercentileBegin with solving the basic questions and gradually move to the difficult questions. Firstly, focus on clearing the concepts. Practice as many mock tests as possible to know the weaker sections. Buy study material to learn the tips and tricks to solve th...CAT 2022 Tricks For Quant by 99 Percentile
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Is NMAT easier than CAT?

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Yes. The difficulty level of CAT is higher than NMAT. Infact, CAT is considered the toughest MBA entrance exam in India.

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Percentile needed in CAT for getting admission in IFMR?

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The minimum CAT Cut off to apply for MBA at IFMR is 80. There is no sectional cutoff.

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I have 10 cgpa in 10th, 83% in 12th, and 66% in graduation (B.Sc.). What percentile do I need to secure in CAT to get a call from SP JAIN?

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Aranyak Basu

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According to the proper calculation and average requirements around 99.5 percentile would be enough to get a call from SP JAIN.

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Samichi Jain

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Just focus on What can you do from now onwards, to increase the Probability of getting the best possible outcome for yourself cause that's only in our hands.

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I am from ST category. What is the safe CAT score to get admission in IIT Bombay?

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ST category for getting IIT Bombay according to your category: The CAT score according to VARC is 50 and DILR score is 50

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I have 51% in 10th and 60% in 12th. Can I get admission on the basis of CAT score in FMS? I have a year's gap between my 10th and 12th.

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Nilesh Nahar

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Yes,12th marks are not important for MBA Admission. You get admission to MBA institute on the basis of CAT marks.

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Which are the exam centers for CAT in Mumbai in 2022?

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Vicky Barman

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Following are the exam centre for CAT in Mumbai
Ahmednagar; Amravati; Aurangabad; Jalgaon; Kolhapur; Mumbai, Navi Mumbai; Nagpur; Nanded; Nashik; Pune; Raigad; Satara; Solapur; Thane; Ulhasnagar.

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The exam centers for CAT in Mumbai in 2022 are not published yet.

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Can I get seat in a-CAT with 337 marks in NEET?

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Aman Kothari

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337 is a very less score if you have the EWS Certificate or a state quota where the cutoff is less only there is a chance to get a college. Or you have to pursue for a private college. 337 is not decent score and chances are less to get colleges at this score but you should try in some private co...337 is a very less score if you have the EWS Certificate or a state quota where the cutoff is less only there is a chance to get a college. Or you have to pursue for a private college. 337 is not decent score and chances are less to get colleges at this score but you should try in some private colleges where number of seats are good.

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337 is not a decent score and chances are less to get colleges at this score, but you should try in some private colleges where number of seats are good. You can apply in COMEDK, Maharashtra Private colleges, UP private colleges, Madhya Pradesh private colleges etc. for MBBS and BDS courses.

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I attempted CAT mock from your website and now I am unable to get my result. How do I know which question is correct or wrong?

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You can reattempt the test or a new one.

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Passing score for CAT .A Student of Competency Level shall be declared to have passed the CAT (Common Admission Test) Examination if he secures a minimum of 40 percent marks in each section and an aggregate of 50 percent of total marks. The CAT exam is a computer-based test. More than 1,300 Maste...Passing score for CAT .A Student of Competency Level shall be declared to have passed the CAT (Common Admission Test) Examination if he secures a minimum of 40 percent marks in each section and an aggregate of 50 percent of total marks. The CAT exam is a computer-based test. More than 1,300 Master of Business Administration Colleges in India accepts the Common Admission Test score. I hope this will help you.

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For IIMs, nothing less than 97-98 percentile is good but for other top MBA colleges, 90-95 percentile is good. A majority of CAT test takers fall in the category of 80-90 percentile and 100s of B-schools accept candidates having CAT scores in this range.

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