Common Mistakes You Must Avoid In CAT 2022 Examination

CAT 2022 Exam: CAT 2022 is going to be conducted on November 27, 2022. You must demonstrate your mettle in a test against time with the clock ticking in one corner of the screen. Due to the intrinsic time constraint of the CAT, aspirants are more prone to become anxious and stressed, which might ultimately lead to despair.

Common Mistakes You Must Avoid In CAT 2022 Exam

Common Mistakes To Avoid In CAT Exam

We've provided a list of some of the typical mistakes you should steer clear of during the exam to assist candidates in avoiding careless mistakes.

  • Never make assumptions based on prior preconceptions. Before responding, pay close attention to the questions and the context.
  • Avoid answering questions in order and prefixing the number of attempts.
  • You need first to read the section to begin answering the questions since you risk spending time on challenging questions while omitting simpler ones. Never set the number of tries for a segment in advance. Refrain from incurring sunk costs, and value your time.
  • The time allotted for a section is 40 minutes. Only spend a little bit of time on one particular question. Keep in mind that you must finish within the sectional time limit.
  • Refrain from getting bogged down by a challenging question. All of the simple and moderate questions should be attempted by students. Students can narrow their choices, particularly in Reading Comprehension, by eliminating wrong answers, but they must avoid guessing. If one of the parts didn't go as you had hoped, keep going because it probably didn't for the other students either. You only have control over your performance; you do not influence what other people choose to do.
  • Avoid skimming for reading comprehension because if you don't read the entire article attentively, you can get caught in the web of "trigger words." The right response can only be possibilities within the scope. The information provided in the text is always the foundation for the correct response. Distractions from the passage should be something other than your main attention.
  • Make use of the para summary questions. With the appropriate technique, they are solvable and scored despite negative markings.

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