Preparation Strategy for CAT Repeaters
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With over 2 Lakh CAT applicants, it is quite obvious that some applicants won’t get selected or some might not be happy with their results. Whatever may be the scenario, candidates should never loose hope to perform better. The CAT preparation for a repeater will definitely vary significantly from that of a fresher. If the applicants have attempted the previous exam seriously, they can save a lot of time by focusing maximum time on the weak areas.
In this article, we will discuss on some CAT Preparation(Repeater) Strategy:-
1.Work on your weak areas
Now that you have already appeared for the CAT exam previously you are already aware of your weak areas. You exactly know where and how to focus more. Brush up on your concepts and work on building your fundamentals.
2. Hold a positive attitude
Do not let your past performances affect your confidence towards the CAT exam. If you think that your past year’s CAT strategy did not work well, then you should make some changes and build a new strategy.CAT Preparation(Repeater) Strategy
3. Track your performance
Candidates must track their performance on regular basis by attempting more mocks to find areas of improvement as well as one’s strong areas. Take as many mock tests as possible to understand your weak areas.
Some points that you have to remember after going to do the same thing :-
- Create an environment that encourages collaboration and support. Peer support groups or mentoring relationships can provide additional motivation and assistance.
- If the repeated task is large or complex, break it down into smaller, manageable components. This makes the process less overwhelming and helps individuals focus on one step at a time.
- Clearly define the goals and objectives for the repeated task. Establishing measurable and achievable milestones helps individuals see their progress and gives them a sense of accomplishment.