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Common Admission Tests are one the toughest entrance exams in India with lakhs of students competing every year for a spot in top IIMs. Taking regular Mock Tests are the best way to gauge one’s preparation levels and highlighting the areas of improvement. Join our Online CAT 2021 Mock Test Series today to improve your chances of getting into your dream B-School.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q1. What is the expected number of section-wise questions in CAT 2021?
As per the latest CAT 2020 exam, one can expect a total of 76 questions: 26 questions in VARC, 24 questions in QA and 26 questions in DILR.
Q2. How much should I score in CAT to get above 95 percentile?
Based on CAT 2020 score analysis, a score of around 95-110 is sufficient to get the 95+ percentile. However, the sectional performance also matters. So, it is important to score well in all three sections.
Q3. How many questions should one attempt in the CAT exam?
CAT Exam is more about accuracy. The focus should be on answering the questions correctly and not just on the total number of attempts. As per CAT 2020 results, 45 - 50 number of questions attempt with 85% accuracy was enough to get around 99 percentile.
Q4. Why Mocks are important CAT exams preparation?
When it comes to the CAT exam, practice is the most important thing. Online Mocks ensure that you are attempting all the sections in one go and under the timed condition. Regular practice of online Mocks is essential for getting rid of any nervousness that one might feel on D Day.