How to Prepare for Quantitative Aptitude for CAT 2024

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CAT Quantitative Aptitude preparation is crucial as the section has high potential of scoring 100 per cent. The preparation of CAT quant topics is straightforward. You need to undertand the concept and application. Check out tips on how to prepare for Quantitative Aptitude for CAT 2024 recommended by MBA expert.

CAT Quant preparation and tips

CAT Quant preparation and tips

Quantitative Aptitude section of CAT exam has the potential of getting a 100 per cent score. Quantitative Aptitude occupies one third of the CAT test paper and CAT 2024 should be no exception. It is often of a higher difficulty level but if you get the Mathematical question right, there is no way you can 't solve it with 100 per cent accuracy. Those preparing for CAT 2024, must read this article for key insights on Quantitative Aptitude preparation by expert. 

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The IIMs have never shared CAT syllabus officially but if you look at the question papers of the last 10 years, you'll know the important CAT Quantitative Aptitude topics. Since the aspirants targeting CAT exam come from diverse backgrounds, the syllabus of Mathematics till Class 10 is a safe assumption for Quantitative Ability for CAT preparation. Barring an exception or two, last few years’ CAT question papers have had advanced level questions from Mathematics topics covered till class 10 only. In this article, we have tried to suggest a CAT 2024 preparation plan keeping all these facts in mind. Let’s start with the understanding of Quantitative Aptitude for CAT exam.

Q:   Which CAT exam slot is the toughest?

A:
The Common Admission Test exam is conducted in three slots. Each slot has a unique question paper, with unique questions at the Common Admission Test. The Common Admission Test examination authorities prepare the question paper keeping in mind that None of the slots is tougher or easier than another. However, it may happen that one or two questions in a particular slot are tougher. For more information, you may visit the Shiksha Common Admission Test page. (https://www.shiksha.com/mba/cat-exam). I hope this will help you.

Q:   How to prepare for CAT?

A:
Preparing for the Common Admission Test CAT can be a challenging task, but with the right approach and study plan, it is possible to succeed. Here are some tips on how to prepare for CAT: 1-Understand the Exam Pattern and Syllabus: Start by understanding the exam pattern and syllabus of CAT thoroughly. The exam consists of three sections: Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension, Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning, and Quantitative Ability. 2-Make a Study Plan: Once you understand the exam pattern and syllabus, make a study plan that works best for you. Allocate time for each section, and include time for revision, practice tests, and solving previous year's question papers. 3-Strengthen Your Basics: CAT is a test of your fundamental concepts in Mathematics, English and Logical Reasoning. Hence, focus on building a strong foundation by revising and practicing the basic concepts. 4-Read and Analyze: To improve your Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension, start reading newspapers, magazines, and books regularly. Analyze the content, style, and tone of the passages to gain a better understanding of the language. 5-Practice Regularly: Practice is the key to success in CAT. Solve as many practice tests and previous year's question papers as possible to get familiar with the exam pattern and build your speed and accuracy. 6-Time Management: CAT is a time-bound exam, and time management is crucial. Practice solving questions within the stipulated time frame to build your speed and accuracy. 7Join a Coaching Institute: If you find it challenging to prepare for CAT on your own, consider joining a coaching institute that offers specialised coaching for CAT. They will provide you with a structured study plan, guidance, and practice tests to help you prepare for the exam. Remember, consistency, and dedication are key to success in CAT. Keep practicing and working hard, and you will achieve your goal.

Q:   Is the CAT syllabus difficult?

A:

Yes, the difficulty level of CAT syllabus is very high as compared to other MBA entrance exams. However, if you prepare well and follow the CAT exam pattern well, you will be able to score well. Besides having an understanding of the CAT syllabus 2024, candidates also need to be well aware of the CAT exam pattern before they start preparing for the exam. The CAT exam pattern was revised in 2021 and the number of questions were reduced from 76 to 66. The structure of CAT 2022 and CAT 2023 was the same. The syllabus is still tougher than other exams.

The most important things to keep in mind are:

  1. CAT exam mode is online
  2. Each question carries three marks 
  3. There is negative marking of minus one mark for wrong attempts

The section-wise distribution of questions and difficulty levels as per the latest CAT exam pattern are listed below:

  • Quantitative Ability (QA) - 24 questions, difficulty level - moderate to high 
  • Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning (DILR) - 20 questions, difficulty level - moderate 
  • Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (VARC) - 22 questions, difficulty level - moderate. to high

Also read: CAT Quant topic wise weightage - 2023, 2022, 2021, 2020

Topics of Quantitative Aptitude for CAT exam

In CAT 2024, there will be a total of 66 questions and Quantitative Aptitude section will have 22 questions, here's the break up of CAT syllabus for Quantitative Aptitude. 

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CAT Quant Topics

Chapters

Expected Number of Questions*

Arithmetic

Numbers, Percentage, Profit & Loss, Simple and Compound Interest, Ratio, Proportionality, Time-Distance, Time-Work, Mixtures, Averages, Partnership

8-10

Algebra

Linear Equations, Quadratic Equation, Differential Equation, Maxima-Minima, Inequalities, Logarithm, Functions, Finding Root, Number of Integers, Vector

5-7

Advance Mathematics

Permutation and Combinations, Probability, Set Theory, Progression and Series

4

Geometry

Line, Angles, Triangles, Quadrilaterals, Polygon, Circles, Ares, Volume, Height and Distance, Co-ordinate Geometry, Basic Trigonometry

3

*For CAT Quant section having 22 Questions.

Many of the chapters have a good size of theory portion. But most of the times, theory is used for application in problems, only. A question directly asking a property is a rarity. 

Difficulty Level of CAT Quatitative Aptitude

If we look at last few years’ CAT question papers, CAT has done all the experiments, in terms of topic wise wieghtage and question type. In 2020, the number of questions in the Quantitative section were reduced from 34 to 22 questions. CAT cut-offs for top IIMs have varied from 1/3rd of the section to more than 80 per cent of the section. But by looking at the last two years’ trends, one can say that Quantitative Aptitude of CAT 2024 should be more or less of a moderate difficulty level.

Q:   Is CAT exam tough for an average student?

A:
CAT is a speed based test which is designed to assess a candidate's analytical aptitude, logical reasoning skills, data interpretation and English comprehension. Now, it may sound tough, but these are the skills which we are taught in school so there is nothing new to learn. What is required is to learn these subjects at advanced level. If you are an average student but have studied Science or commerce in Class-12 and graduation, you will find a lot of familiar topics in Data Interpretation, Quantitative Aptitude and Logical Reasoning. All you will need is brush up the basics and practice the concepts on advance level problems. However, since the competition is so high in CAT and less than 95 percentile can break your dream of joining a top college like IIM, the preparation for CAT requires a lot of focus, dedication, discipline and diligence. If you can do that, despite being an average student, you can crack the CAT exam.

Q:   Are six months enough to prepare for CAT?

A:
Usually, it is recommended to start CAT preparation about a year or nine months in advance. However, one can prepare for this exam even in six months if they put 8-10 hours daily into it. Candidates who have attempted the CAT before may not face a lot of hurdles in six-month preparation as they have a foundation in CAT preparation from previous year, but candidates who are appearing in the exam for the first time may face obstacles, mostly related to accuracy. The syllabus of CAT is vast and includes a lot of reading. One also has to spend a lot of time in practice sessions and mock tests to be able to master all types of CAT questions - easy, moderate and tough. If you are a student of engineering/technical or commerce background you will need to pay extra attention on VARC . However, you'll be able to manage the syllabus of DILR and Quantitative Aptitude with adequate practice of topics. But if you are a student from Arts background, it is advised to start CAT preparation much earlier because you will have to brush up a lot of Mathematics. Reading Comprehension is one subject that cannot be mastered by student belonging to any academic stream, if their English comprehension is not strong. To develop reading habit all CAT aspirants will have to start much earlier.

Q:   Why is CAT considered a difficult MBA entrance exam?

A:
The CAT is conducted as a difficult MBA entrance exam because it is the main national level test for MBA Admission in India. Over 2 Lacs candidates appear for it every year. Thus, the competition is high. The question paper is set by the IIM. Even though the score is accepted by over 1300 colleges the top colleges accept above 90 percentile. The Iims have cut offs above 95 percentile. It has been seen that out of the total number of test takers which is usually around 2 Lacs, only about 20 candidates are able to score 99-100 percentile. The difficulty level of CAT is the highest among all the MBA entrance exams in India. It is conducted for 2 hours and has 66 questions in total to solve. However, the difficulty level of all the questions from VARC DILR and Quantitative Aptitude is high. The VARC has tough and long Reading Comprehension passages. The Data Interpretation tables and charts are dense and calculation intensive. Logical Reasoning questions are also on the tougher side. Moreover, there is sectional time limit of 40 minutes for each section. Candidates have to complete a section in the given time limit only.

Q:   When should I start preparing for CAT exam?

A:

Aspirants should start preparing for CAT exam at least nine months in before the test date. CAT preparation requires long-term planning thus one must start early. The best time to start CAT preparation is in March. Starting early will also help you assess that whether you need to join a coaching institute or not.

Divide your preparation into two phases -

  1. Covering the CAT syllabus 
  2. Practicing mock tests, sample questions and revision.

The CAT syllabus includes the following topics:

  • Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension: Parajumbles, Parasummary, Sentence Completion and Inferences, Questions based on passages, para meaning, order of sentences
  • Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning: Tables, Graphs, Pie Charts, Venn Diagram, Blood Relation, Seating Arrangement, Caselets and Syllogism
  • Quantitative Aptitude: Geometry, Algebra, Number System, Arithmetic, Mensuration.

You can read the following CAT books for exam preparation:

  • CAT Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning by Gautam Puri
  • Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation for the CAT by Nishit K Sinha
  • Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency by Ananta Ashisha
  • How to Prepare for Data Interpretation for CAT by Arun Sharma
  • How to Prepare for Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension for CAT by Arun Sharma and Meenakshi Upadhyay
  • 30 Days to a More Powerful Vocabulary Mass Market Paperback by Wilfred Funk and Norman Lewis/ Simon and Schuster
  • How to Prepare for Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension for the CAT by Sharma and Upadhyay
  • High School English Grammar and Composition by Wren and Martin
  • How to Prepare for Quantitative Aptitude for the CAT by Arun Sharma
  • Quantitative Aptitude for CAT by Nishit Sinha
  • Quantitative Aptitude Quantum CAT by Sarvesh Sharma
  • Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations by Abhijit Guha.

Q:   Can I prepare for CAT within 3 months?

A:
Hi Swaleha, 3 months are not enough for CAT as there many students with brilliant mind applying for CAT, you have to compete with them. So, at least, you have to start preparing for CAT before 6 months of exam. Rest of the information is given below. Exam preparation tips for CAT: Rather than focusing on all the topics, students need to try and select those topics with which they are more comfortable. Even on the exam day, with the question sheet in hand, students shouldn't try to solve each and every question and waste their energy, they should rather spend 5 minutes in scanning a section and selecting questions from their area of expertise and skill. In order to ace CAT, students should look at questions from the previous year's CAT paper and understand its syllabus. They should assess whether they are proficient, average or need improvement in each of the areas. The areas that fall in the third category should be focused on first followed by the second and third. CAT aspirants should always start early in preparing for the exams as an early start would benefit them in gaining knowledge about the kind of questions to be asked. Another advantage to it can be spending time in developing extra reading habits and increasing vocabulary. The best way to go on with the CAT preparations is to evaluate oneself in every 10-15 days, which is done by mock tests. But one thing that students should be careful about is to not to repeat the mistakes made by them in either the mock CAT or while practising at home or the whole purpose of taking mock tests would be lost. While preparing for the CAT question paper, one must keep in mind that management schools seek to test understanding of basic concepts that the student possesses. So, students should stop looking for the toughest material to practice and realize that their understanding of concepts is not as good as they think it is. Some things which CAT aspirants must do on an everyday basis are- Minimum 10 hours study everyday, especially before the 6 months of CAT exams. Preparation of minimum 10,000 words to enhance Vocabulary, study of newspapers and editorials for 2 hour's everyday and reading at least two magazines and one novel each week. Time management is an essential ingredient to crack the CAT exam and make it to your favorite college. Managing one's time includes balancing speed with accuracy, handling the pressure and you.

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Mantra to Crack Quantitative Aptitude of CAT 2024

The key to a good performance in Quantitative Aptitude section of CAT exam is not about how much an aspirant knows but about how much can they apply in the given duration with the given constraints of sectional time limit. Here are some of the key points on how to improve Quantitative Aptitude for CAT.

1.Practice chapter by chapter: There is a difference between being able to solve a problem and solving a problem effortlessly. Depending on the difficulty level of the CAT test paper, 10-14 questions should be of easy to moderate level. Practice of easy to medium questions of all the chapters would enable an aspirant to sail through the questions easily. The best option for you would be to refer the book - How to Prepare Quantitative Aptitude for CAT by Arun Sharma.

Our Advice: Know basic theories and varieties of problems of all chapters. 

Free QA Question Bank with Answer Keys for Practice Free DILR Question Bank with Answer Keys for Practice Free VARC Question Bank with Answer Keys for  Practice

2.Short Methods and Group Studies: Nothing boosts confidence of an aspirant more than a question which he can solve without lifting the pen in an ongoing test. More such questions, better the score. This can be achieved by improving mental calculation and by discussing unconventional methods with a focused study group. Many times it involves use of options to get the correct answer. Have a deep understanding of the topics included in Quantitative Ability for CAT preparation, to apply a relevant strategy - conventional method or unconventional method.

Our Advice: Two is more than one. Three is even better. Do a regular discussion of short methods in your focused study group.

3.Building Stamina: Quantitative Aptitude is the last section of the CAT question paper. That means aspirants would reach this part of the paper in 81st minute of the test. An aspirant who hasn't developed stamina for the last bit would be challenged to deliver his regular performance.

Our Advice: Study for 3-4 hours at a stretch while practicing sample questions.

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4.Testing Skills Development: Having 10 to 30 per cent of the problems as speed-breakers is an expected situation in the Quantitative section of CAT. Being able to find them without wasting time is the key. It’s a skill which can be achieved by sufficient practice of a large number of problems and by going through sufficient number of CAT mock tests.

Our Advice: Plan to write approximately 20-25 CAT Mock Tests.

5.Mental Calculation: CAT 2024 will offer basic calculator to all the test takers. This will still not reduce the importance of mental calculation. Since it’s an on-screen calculator, mental calculation will win against the calculator in time consumption in most of the cases.

Our Advice: Do enough practice of basic summation, subtraction, tables and fractions.

CAT Preparation Plan for DILR

CAT Preparation Plan for Verbal Ability

CAT Quantitative Aptitude Sample Questions with Solutions for Practice

Get here sample questions and practice tests of how to prepare for Quantitative Aptitude for CAT pdf with solutions for practice. 

CAT Quant_Easy-Test_1_Questions CAT Quant_Easy Test 1_Solutions
CAT Quant_Medium_Test_1_Questions CAT Quant_Medium_ Test 1_Solutions
CAT Quant_Difficult_Test_1_Questions CAT Quant_Difficult_Test 1_Solutions
CAT Quant_Easy Test 2 Questions CAT Quant_Easy Test 2 Solutions
CAT Quant_Medium Test 2 Questions CAT Quant_Medium Test 2 Solutions
CAT Quant_Difficult Tes 2 Questions CAT Quant_Difficult Test 2 Solutions
CAT_Quant_Easy_Test-_Set_3 CAT_Quant_Easy_Test_-_Set_3_Solutions
CAT_Quant_Medium_Test_-_Set_3 CAT_Quant_Medium__Test_Set_3_Solutions
CAT_Quant_Difficult_Test_-_Set_3 CAT_Quant_Difficult_Test_-_Set_3_Solutions
CAT_Quant_Easy_Test_Set_4 CAT_Quant_Easy_Test_Set_4_Solutions
CAT_Quant_Medium_Test_Set_4 CAT_Quant_Medium_Test_Set_4_Solutions
CAT_Quant_Difficult_Test_Set_4 CAT_Quant_Difficult_Test_Set_4_-Solutions

Remember, solving the chapters for the first time teaches you Mathematics. Second time, it brings speed in solving. Aspirants are advised to solve all the chapters twice to get the advantage of speed in the exam.

All the best for CAT 2024!!

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FAQs on CAT Quantitative Aptitude Preparation

Q: What are the best books for Quantitative Ability for CAT preparation?

A: CAT Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning by How to Prepare for Quantitative Aptitude for the CAT by Arun Sharma, Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations by Abhijit Guha, Quantitative Aptitude for CAT by Nishit Sinha and Quantitative Aptitude Quantum CAT by Sarvesh Sharma are some of the best books for CAT Quantitative Aptitude preparation.

Q: In how many months can I master Quantitative Aptitude for CAT exam?

A: Quantitative Aptitude is all about conceptual clarity and practice so one must spend a considerable amount of time on this section. About three to four months for CAT Quantitative Aptitude is a good time for preparation.

Q: What are the main topics of Quantitative Aptitude for CAT exam?

A: The main topics of Quantitative Aptitude for CAT exam include Numbers, Percentage, Profit & Loss, Simple and Compound Interest, Ratio, Proportionality, Time-Distance, Time-Work, Mixtures, Averages, Partnership Linear Equations, Quadratic Equation, Differential Equation, Maxima-Minima, Inequalities, Logarithm, Functions, Finding Root, Number of Integers, Vector Permutation and Combinations, Probability, Set Theory, Progression and Series Line, Angles, Triangles, Quadrilaterals, Polygon, Circles, Ares, Volume, Height and Distance, Co-ordinate Geometry and Basic Trigonometry.

Q: How to prepare for Quantitative Aptitude for CAT by self-study?

A: To prepare for CAT Quantitative Aptitude by self-study, one needs to take help from books recommended by experts and sample papers, mock tests and practice questions. These books will help in understanding the concepts while practice questions will help in understanding the application of those concepts on different types of questions.

Q: What is the weightage of Quantitative Aptitude section in CAT?

A: The Quantitative Aptitude section of CAT has 22 questions in total. Each question carries three marks for correct attempt and minus one mark for incorrect attempt (MCQs) only. So, the total weightage of CAT Quantitative Aptitude section is 66.

Q: What is a good attempt in Quantitative Aptitude section of CAT?

A: To score 99 percentile in the Quantitative Aptitude section of CAT, one needs to score around 32-34 marks in this section of CAT, thus one can say out of 22 questions, 10 to 12 correct attempts will be considered good.

Q: Is there negative marking in Quantitative Aptitude section of CAT?

A: Yes, there is negative marking of -1 in the Quantitative Aptitude section of CAT, but only for MCQ type questions. There is no negative marking for non-MCQ type questions. The CAT Quantitative Aptitude section is the only section has non-MCQs.

Q: What are the most important formulas in Quantitative Aptitude for CAT?

A: For cracking Quantitative Aptitude section of CAT, candidates must memorise all the Arithmetic formulae as this topic dominated the QA section of CAT. The candidates must also memorise Algebra and Geometry theorems.

Q: What are the best resources for CAT Quantitative Aptitude preparation?

A: The best resources for Quantitative Aptitude preparation is sample papers and previous years’ CAT question papers. Since both Quantitative Aptitude is all about Mathematics, it can only be mastered by having enough practice.

Q: Is CAT Quantitative Aptitude section tough?

A: The Quantitative Aptitude section of CAT usually of moderate to high difficulty level, with calculation heavy questions. The best way to tackle this section sis by choosing those questions to solve that are your strong areas and are require quick calculation.

Q: How can I improve my CAT Quantitative Aptitude score?

A: Focus should be on accuracy over speed. Solve each sample questions again and again to improve speed and accuracy. In the CAT exam, whatever you attempt, you have to get it right. So, scan the entire section and give a priority order to the questions based on your strength and weakness. First, solve the ones you are confident about and then solve to the rest.

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