CAT Coaching
In our experience of training 1000s and 1000s of CAT aspirants, a solid CAT Prep requires a total of approximately 1000 hours for most students (ofcourse it could mean 700-800 if you are brilliant or 1200-1250 if you have a lot to improve upon). If you have 400 days left to go for CAT-21, with...
Read More
The road to CAT-21 - is it really that long?
A lot of aspirants who are contemplating taking a shot at the next year’s CAT feel as if it’s a long way off. And they have reasons for it. For one, 2021 is the next calendar year and that makes a huge psychological difference. And then of course, when we have so much to distract...
Read More
online preparation for cat
I stumbled upon an article on a blog (on and apparently there are several YouTube videos about it. But, even for something so well known, it had a shocking revelation. And it is surprising how well connected it is to your CAT coaching process. How many times do you need to fold a normal paper,...
Read More
cat preparation online classes
Every year at INSPIRA, the energy in the auditorium is unbelievable – I just love to soak it in. Having the biggest gathering of the MBAGuru family under one roof is an experience that’s best described as indescribable. But like with most other things, this year is different. The jam-packed auditorium will be missed for...
Read More
best coaching classes for cat
Everyone wants to make it big! But very few do. But till you make it big, what do you intend to do? Big doesn’t happen by itself – nor is it something you can generally control. Big happens when a lot of small adds up – and that is something you can almost always control....
Read More
Is your VARC Accuracy troubling you?
Unlike QA and DILR sections, wherein questions usually require a series of steps for you to reach the answer, VARC is seen as an area where either you know the answer, or you don’t. Well, that is not really true, or desirable – especially because as far as CAT is concerned, the nature of questions...
Read More
It gets easier - CAT Preparation or marathon preparation
The toughest part of a big challenge is the first 30 to 50%. It holds true for CAT preparation as well as something like preparing for a marathon. Why? For one, your conviction in yourself is generally the weakest at the beginning of a new challenge. Doubts run high, quitting is easier, and so on. And then,...
Read More
Prepare for CAT like you would for a marathon
Imagine you need to run that 42.2 kms in a few months from now. And that you haven’t run even a km for a while if you’ve ever run that. How do you start? How do you plan? How do you get better at it? Do you see a few people who are already completing...
Read More
The everything & nothing of CAT Coaching
Your CAT Coaching offers you a lot – classes, (extra-classes, level-wise homework if you are at MBAGuru), study material and extra-material for practise, doubt clearing sessions, tests of varying difficulty levels and at different levels such as topics, sections, overall, and then you have online groups, communities and channels that are on practically 24×7, and...
Read More
The A-B-C-D Loop of Excellence in your CAT Preparation
If you aren’t doing too well on your Mock Tests/AIRCATs, CAT preparation can seem a laborious journey. It can just scare you out of your best shot at CAT. To increase your probability of success at CAT, you need to break it down into simpler, solvable parts instead of thinking of it as one big...
Read More
1 2 3 4
We are using cookies to give you the best experience. You can find out more about which cookies we are using or switch them off in privacy settings.
AcceptPrivacy Settings