CATking DI•LR Workbook

CAT2009

Inside
Introduction • Cheatsheets • Goal Setting • Class Handouts • Actual CAT Questions • Homework • BrainGym • Games • Revision Sheet • Schedule • Strategy •

Workshops • Mocks • GDPI • Consulting
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DI • LR Workbook
Table of Contents
A. Getting Started ……………………………………………… 1. Top 10 Myth Busters ……………………………………………… 2. Before the workshop Homework ……………………………………………… 3. DI / LR Diagnostic Test ……………………………………………… 4. Back to Basics ……………………………………………… 5. SWOT Analysis • Conscious Competence………………………………………... 6. Evening Revise ……………………………………………… 7. Complete your syllabus 5 times before CAT! ……………..…………………… 8. Daily Schedule for the week CAT 2009 - CHECKLIST…..…………….……… 9. Temperature Check ……………………………………………… 10. Tables ……………………………………………… 11. Long Tables ……………………………………………… 12. Bar / Line Charts ……………………………………………… 13. DI Miscellaneous ……………………………………………… 14. Logical Reasoning ……………………………………………… 15. Data Sufficiency ……………………………………………… 16. Solutions DI Workbook ……………………………………………… 17. Final words ……………………………………………… 18. Sectional Test 1 ……………………………………………… 19. Sectional Test 2 ……………………………………………… 20. Live Mock ……………………………………………… 21. CATking Frameworks ……………………………………………… 22. Mockngineering ……………………………………………… 23. Score Analyser Software ……………………………………………… 24. Studycovigilance ……………………………………………… 3 4 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 29 41 47 54 65 72 84 90 96 102 121 122 123 124

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Getting Started Learning Objectives • Learn Shortcuts and tricks • Identify Weaknesses • Confidence Building • Dedication towards CAT • Make time table for preparation • Do homework given in Workshop • Increase your score by 20 marks • Match winning strategies • _____________________ • _____________________ • _____________________

Zen Koan Principle

Dump
your thoughts • Have to buy Mobile phone on way home. • Will not get leave for Monday. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,

Area Vertical DI Bar Chart DI Misc Long Table Table Table Multiple DI Total DS DS LR Based LR Table Investment Matrix Ranking Selection LR Total Total

2008 4 3 6 13 4 5 3

2007

5 12 4 21 4

12 25

25

2006 Total 4 5 8 5 10 18 4 10 44 4 4 5 10 3 5 5 5 5 15 27 25 75

7, 8,
Vertical Bar Chart Difficulty 2008 Easy 2 Difficult 2 DI Misc Easy Medium 3 DS LR Based Easy Long Table Easy Medium Table Easy 4 Difficult 1 Medium 5 Table Multiple Easy Investment Easy 3 Difficult 2 Medium Matrix Easy 3 Ranking Difficult Selection Easy Total 25 2007 2006 Total 2 2 2 6 4 8 2 12 2 8 4 3 5 2 3 5 5 75

2 3 4 5 8 1 3 4 3 2 5 5 25 3 2

25

Ice Breaker
Has a bike Plays a music instrument Reads daily newspaper Loves Football Hates Meat Loves reading books Speaks 3+ languages Is wearing black Brown eyes Has a BF/GF

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Top 10 Myth Busters

Before you start your final preparation for CAT, you should understand DI Section thoroughly. Take this Quiz to test your understanding of CAT DI Section. What you think about it True or False? True • False True • False True • False True • False True • False True • False True • False True • False True • False True • False

Statements DI & LR are becoming more and more complex in CAT 1 wrong interpretation doesn’t mean losing more then 10 marks! DI is always more important than LR in CAT preparation It’s all about Calculations honey... Best way for DI/LR Take a book of puzzles and finish it in a week.. Ram sits here and shyam there.. I love puzzles they are easys Tables, charts, DS and Puzzles, Should be 2 days job! I just run through DI questions… Its easy! Instructions are always boring.. I skip them DI is more about logic... you don’t need Vedic maths?

Answers: Count your score by giving 1 mark for each FALSE you circled in the test above. Answer to all the above questions is FALSE. Score Analysis Your Score 8 + right Analysis You have very good understanding of CAT Environment and are well prepared to take the CAT headon! For you CATking workshop will be about learning shortcuts and techniques only. You have got decent score. But still need a better understanding of CAT before you sit for the exams. CATking workshop will provide you an overall understanding of CAT along with shortcuts and techniques. You need more understanding of the dynamics of CAT. Going for CAT half prepared can be suicidal and can seriously hamper your chances to get into top B-school. Joining CATking will help you develop the right attitude and skills for CAT along with shortcuts and techniques.

6 – 8 right

5 & less

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10 Myths Explained Solutions: Myth no. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Statements No the level of DI & LR remains same in CAT over the years Yes, 1 wrong interpretation means you will lose more then 10 marks! Logical Reasoning & DI are equally important in CAT preparation It’s NOT all about Calculations honey... focus of DI/LR is shifted to Logic based DI Take a book of puzzles and finish it in a week.. doing this will make you bored Ram sits here and shyam there.. Puzzles are now more difficult then they used to be DI / LR aptitude cannot be improved over night DI / LR questions are not to be done quickly rather give time to each question set Its very important to focus on Instructions as they are tricky.. 30% of DI is still based on calculations so master your Vedic Maths skills.

1. Myth: DI / LT Section is becoming complex: Reality: My old friends DI & LR Explanation: DI & LR in CAT are still old sweet type of questions, There is no rocket science to understand type of DI questions. You have already done that million of times. The type of questions which comes in DI are Tables, Long Tables, Bar Charts and Line Charts are still same and with same complexity. Same goes for LR, the type of puzzles still remains same – Matrix based, Investment, Arrangement and Selection based. 2. Myth: DI is more important than LR in CAT Reality: Era of Logic Reasoning Area Bar Chart DI Misc DS LR Based Long Table Table Table Multiple Puzzles Grand Total 2008 4 3 2007 2006 5 4 5 12 4 25 5 Total 4 8 4 10 18 4 27 75

6 12 25

15 25

Area 2008 2007 2006 Total DI 13 21 10 44 DS 4 4 LR 12 15 27 Total 25 25 25 75

Explanation: DI is no longer dominating in CAT. In 2006 & 2008 DI/LR section was more based on Logical reasoning then DI, with more then 50% of the paper dedicated to LR only. We doubt why students were surprised to see more of LR questions. From last 5 years DI/LR section is shifted from Calculations to Logical based questions. Rest of the Myths will be discussed with examples in the Workshop.

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Pre workshop Homework

We expect you to do some homework before you come for the workshop. This will make sure that we all are on the same page and will be very easy for you to grasp the shortcuts and strategies taught in the workshop.

1. Back to basics You will understand the shortcut better if you know the ‘longcut’ of doing the problem. So take any book you have and run though the basics (Introductions and formulas) of all the chapters. Step 1: Take any book - your coaching institute’s material book or independent books like Arun sharma. Step 2: Take a chapter, say Chapter 1 Numbers, go through and have clear understanding of the basics like concepts, formulas, theorems and other topics) Step 3: Make notes of all the basics like we used to do in school days

CATking’s 4 step approach

Check list for 1 & 2.

Topic
Topic 1 Topic 2 Topic 3 Topic 4 Topic 5 Topic 6 Topic 7 Topic 8 Topic 9 Topic 10 Topic 11 Topic 12 Topic 13 Topic 14 Topic 15

Basics

Solved Examples

2. Solved examples Best way to understand the basics in a practical way is to solve the solved examples of a topic from books. So take any book you have (coaching material of other books) and run though the basics (Introductions and formulas) of all the chapters. Step 4: Reinforce the basics and concepts learned by solving the 20 odd solved examples given in starting of each book. Step 5: Make notes of the practical applications of each concept.

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3. Building blocks - Mocks & Test Mocks are best way to simulate your D-Day performance. We recommend you to take 5 Sectional tests and 5 full length mocks. If you have joined a coaching institute then you might have done this otherwise download last 5 years CAT papers from www.mbageeks.com and solve them as 5 mocks. Step 6: Take a minimum of 5 sectional tests and analyse your mistakes Step 7: Take 5 full length mocks and analyse your performance

Checklist for 3:

Mocks
Mock 1 Mock 2 Mock 3 Mock 4 Mock 5 Mock 6 Mock 7 Mock 8 Mock 9 Mock 10 Mock 11 Mock 12 Mock 13 Mock 14 Mock 15

Score

Sectional Tests
Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 Test 5 Test 6 Test 7 Test 8 Test 9 Test 10 Test 11 Test 12 Test 13 Test 14 Test 15

Score

4. Final Touch – CATking Workshops Now the final assault, sharpen your axe with shortcuts and strategies from the CATking workshops. Joining our month long workshop will boost up your score by 20 marks. Step 7: Learn strategies and shortcuts from CATking workshop Step 8: Finish your syllabus 5 times before CAT as discussed in workshop

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Legend

Book Based You will find this icon next to questions The Questions which are based on direct usage of book based concepts and forumale will have this sign next to them in the workbook. Einstien You will find this icon next to questions The questions which require out of the box thinking will have this icon next to them in the workbook.

Shortcuts You will find this icon next to questions The questions which can be done by shortcuts will have this icon next to them in the workbook.

Tricks You will find this icon next to questions The questions which can be done by Tricks will have this icon next to them in the workbook. Danger You will find this icon next to questions The questions which should have been avoided will have this icon next to them in the workbook.

BrainGym You will find this icon next to BrainGym exercises Through out the workbook we have exercises called BrainGym as a refresher for you, this icon next to them. Exercises You will find this icon next to exercises Through out the workbook we have exercises for you to do at home, this icon next to them. Information You will find this icon next to information about CAT Through out the workbook we have information like number of question in CAT on this topic, etc. this icon next to them.
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Diagnostic Test
Directions for Questions 1 to 3: CAT 2008

00:25 min

For admission to various affiliated colleges, a university conducts a written test with four different sections, each with a maximum of 50 marks. The following table gives the aggregate as well as the sectional cut-off marks fixed by six different colleges affiliated to the university. A student will get admission only if he/she gets marks greater than or equal to the cut-off marks in each of the section and his/her aggregate marks are at least equal to the aggregate cut-off marks as specified by the college.

1. Aditya did not get a call from even a single college. What could be the maximum aggregate marks obtained by him? (1) 181 (2) 176 (3) 184 (4) 196 (5) 190

Year Overall Total 2008 Easy 3 Medium 3 2007 Easy 8 Medium 4 2004 4 2003 5 2002 7 Grand Total 34

2. Bhama got calls from all colleges. What could be the minimum aggregate marks obtained by her? (1) 180 (2) 181 (3) 196 (4) 176 (5) 184

3. Charlie got calls from two colleges. What could be the minimum marks obtained by him in a section? (1) 0 (2) 21 (3) 25 (4) 35 (5) 41

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Answer Questions 4 to 8 on the basis of the information given below: CAT 2006 Two traders, Chetan and Michael, were involved in the buying and selling of MCS shares over five trading days. At the beginning of the first day, the MCS share was priced at Rs 100, while at the end of the fifth day it was priced at Rs 110. At the end of each day, the MCS share price either went up by Rs 10, or else, it came down by Rs 10. Both Chetan and Michael took buying and selling decisions at the end of each trading day. The beginning price of MCS share on a given day was the same as the ending price of the previous day. Chetan and Michael started with the same number of shares and amount of cash, and had enough of both. Below are some additional facts about how Chetan and Michael traded over the five trading days. • • Each day if the price went up, Chetan sold 10 shares of MCS at the closing price. On the other hand, each day if the price went down, he bought 10 shares at the closing price. If on any day, the closing price was above Rs 110, then Michael sold 10 shares of MCS, while if it was below Rs 90, he bought 10 shares, all at the closing price.

4. If Chetan sold 10 shares of MCS on three consecutive days, while Michael sold 10 shares only once during the five days, what was the price of MCS at the end of day 3? (1) Rs 90 (2) Rs 100 (3) Rs 110 (4) Rs 120 (5) Rs 130 5. If Michael ended up with Rs 100 less cash than Chetan at the end of day 5, what was the difference in the number of shares possessed by Michael and Chetan (at the end of day 5)? (1) Michael had 10 less shares than Chetan (2) Michael had 10 more shares than Chetan. (3) Chetan had 10 more shares than Michael (4) Chetan had 20 more shares than Michael. (5) Both had the same number of shares. 6. If Chetan ended up with Rs 1300 more cash than Michael at the end of day 5, what was the price of MCS share at the end of day 4? (1) Rs 90 (2) Rs 100 (3) Rs 110 (4) Rs 120 (5) Not uniquely determinable 7. What could have been the maximum possible increase in combined cash balance of Chetan and Michael at the end of the fifth day? (1) Rs 3700 (2) Rs 4000 (3) Rs 4700 (4) Rs 5000 (5) Rs 6000 8. If Michael ended up with 20 more shares than Chetan at the end of day 5, what was the price of the share at the end of day 3? (1) Rs 90 (2) Rs 100 (3) Rs 110 (4) Rs 120 (5) Rs 130

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DIRECTIONS for Questions 9 to 13 A low-cost airline company connects ten Indian cities, A to J. The table below gives the distance between a pair of airports and the corresponding price charged by the company. Travel is permitted only from a departure airport to an arrival airport. The customers do not travel by a route where they have to stop at more than two intermediate airports. CAT 2007

Sector No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Airport of Departure A A A A A A A B B B B C C C D D D D D E E E F F F G G H H I

Airport of Arrival B C D E F G H C H I J D F G E F G H J F G H G I J I J I J J

Distance between the Airports (km) 560 790 850 1245 1345 1350 1950 1650 1750 2100 2300 460 410 910 540 625 640 950 1650 1250 970 850 900 875 970 510 830 790 400 460

Price (Rs.) 670 1350 1250 1600 1700 2450 1850 2000 1900 2450 2275 450 430 1100 590 700 750 1250 2450 1700 1150 875 1050 950 1150 550 890 970 425 540

Difficulty Easy Medium Difficult Total

2008 12 8 5 25

2007 21 3 1 25

2006 10 7 8 25

Total 43 18 14 75

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9. What is the lowest price, in rupees, a passenger has to pay for travelling by the shortest route from A to J? (1) 2275 (2) 2850 (3) 2890 (4) 2930 (5) 3340

10. The company plans to introduce a direct flight between A and J. The market research results indicate that all its existing passengers travelling between A and J will use this direct flight if it is priced 5% below the minimum price that they pay at present. What should the company charge approximately, in rupees, for this direct flight? (1) 1991 (2) 2161 (3) 2707 (4) 2745 (5) 2783

11. If the airports C, D and H are closed down owing to security reasons, what would be the minimum price, in rupees, to be paid by a passenger travelling from A to J? (1) 2275 (2) 2615 (3) 2850 (4) 2945 (5) 3190

12. If the prices include a margin of 10% over the total cost that the company incurs, what is the minimum cost per kilometer that the company incurs in flying from A to J? (1) 0.77 (2) 0.88 (3) 0.99 (4) 1.06 (5) 1.08

13. If the prices include a margin of 15% over the total cost that the company incurs, which among the following is the distance to be covered in flying from A to J that minimizes the total cost per kilometer for the company? (1) 2170 (2) 2180 (3) 2315 (4) 2350 (5) 2390

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Directions for Questions 14 to 17: CAT 2007 The following table shows the break-up of actual costs incurred by a company in last five years (year 2002 to year 2006) to produce a particular product. Year 2002 Volume of production and sale (units) Costs (Rs.) Material Labour Consumables Rent of building Rates and taxes Repair and maintenance expenses Operating cost of machines Selling and marketing expenses 1000 50,000 20,000 2,000 1,000 400 800 30,000 5,750 Year 2003 900 45,100 18,000 2,200 1,000 400 820 27,000 5,800 Year 2004 1100 55,200 22,100 1,800 1,100 400 780 33,500 5,800 Year 2005 1200 59,900 24,150 1,600 1,100 400 790 36,020 5,750 Year 2006 1200 60,000 24,000 1,400 1,200 400 800 36,000 5,800

The production capacity of the company is 2000 units. The selling price for the year 2006 was Rs. 125 per unit. Some costs change almost in direct proportion to the change in volume of production, while ‘others do not follow any obvious pattern of change with respect to the volume of production and hence are considered fixed. Using the information provided for the year 2006 as the basis for projecting the figures for the year 2007, answer the following questions.

14. What is the approximate cost per unit in rupees, if the company produces and sells 1400 units in the year 2007? (1) 104 (2) 107 (3) 110 (4) 115 (5) 116

15. What is the minimum number of units that the company needs to produce and sell to avoid any loss? (1) 313 (2) 350 (3) 384 (4) 747 (5) 928

16. If the company reduces the price by 5%, it can produce and sell as many units as it desires. How many units the company should produce to maximize its profit? (1) 1400 (2) 1600 (3) 1800 (4) 1900 (5) 2000

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17. Given that the company cannot sell more than 1700 units, and it will have to reduce the price by Rs.5 for all units, if it wants to sell more than 1400 units, what is the maximum profit, in rupees, that the company can earn? (1) 25,400 (2) 24,400 (3) 31,400 (4) 32,900 (5) 32,000

Solutions: 1.(3), 2.(1), 3.(3), 4.(3), 5.(5), 6.(2), 7.(4), 8.(1), 9.(4), 10.(2), 11.(3), 12.(2), 13.(4), 14.(2), 15.(3), 16.(5), 17.(1)

A ______ Attempts C ______ Correct W______ Wrong S _______ Score
Time taken: ______

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Introduction
What is CATking CATking is committed to provide innovative ways to crack CAT. We conduct workshops to help students score good percentiles with our shortcuts and techniques. The aim of the workshops is to increase your score by 20 marks.

What do our students think? “Workshop gave me a clear cut idea as to where I stand and how much I have to put in and what to chuck out.” - Kiran, JBIMS “Sufficiently filled the gap left by coaching institutes” - Sumit, IIM-A

Inspiring Learning CATking believes that everyone learns best when they want to learn

Inspiring Learning CATking faculty are enthusiastic, energetic and passionate. The toppers of BSchools and great role models.

Inspiring Students CATking inspires students to learn innovative skills and shortcuts to crack CAT

“Workshop provided me EXTRAAA edge over other students” - Rohit, IIM-I,L, K “Strategies, approach, motivation and shortcuts they have it all” - Vinod, SIBM, JBIMS “They did not let go / forget about the goal ie ‘MBA Seat’ as a result speed of teaching and understanding was good” - Rahul, JBIMS, NITIE

Let’s fix up your MBA

“Made me realize my Strength and Weaknesses” - Suhas, IIT Bombay, Delhi, Kgp

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Why join CATking
CATking workshops develop confidence and passions in students by providing hands on training on shortcuts and strategy to crack CAT.

Shortcuts DI without pen! CATking believes that short cuts and techniques are key to success in exams like CAT. Faculty from top B-Schools constantly develop new techniques to solve fast and quick at CATking’s Labs.

Strategy 30 / 40 principle One of the most important part of any exam, game or even war is strategy. CATking’s time tested strategies and match winning are tailor made your student’s need

Passion “I can do it” Students gain enthusiasm for cracking CAT. During last few weeks of CAT, students loose focus. CATking provide the much needed passion to sail thought the most important time of preparation.

Schedule Homework\ CATking students develop confidence. They are not afraid of CAT and can’t wait to answer challenging questions with shortcuts and techniques learned.

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Some of our flavour
Quant • Shortcuts in Quant • Vedic Maths • Solve questions without formulae • Innovative techniques for Quant problems DI without pen! • Basic Speed Techniques for DI (short cut techniques for Division, • Without Calculations do Tables, Bar Chart, Line Chart, Pie Chart & Reasoning Based DI. • Strategy Formulation : DI World of Verbal.. • Innovative ways to Speed Reading. • Rambling through Verbal Ability, • Grammar and Sentence Correction. • Strategy Formulation : VA / RC Mock CAT.. • Test Taking Strategies tailor Made for CAT. • Time Optimisation, Mock - Engineering • First Section Selection technique

Handouts and Material • Goal Setting • Formulae & Tips Sheet • Back to Basics • Pre Class Work • Classroom Handout

• Post class Work • Cheat sheets • Homework Exercises • Sectional Test • Sectional Strategies • Mock Strategies & Mockngineering

Some of our Faculty Rahul Rahul, JBIMS grad has more than 10 years of coaching experience in India and UK. He likes travelling and coaching. Harshit Harshit, IIM A graduate has more than 5 years of corporate and teaching experience. He is passionate about cricket.

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How do we achieve this?
Fantastic Mentors.. Supported by.. In partnership with..

Team We have a brilliant team for CAT, with more than 10 years of coaching experience. Team consists of Alumni of IIMA, IIM-B, SP Jain, NITIE & JBIMS with substantial work experience in corporate & CAT training. We recruit the best.. Material Lead: Harshit – IIMA Strategy Lead: Mahi – IIMB Faculty Lead: Rahul - Alumni JBIMS Operations Lead: Sunil – SPJain

Best available material.. We use the best available tools. They are interactive, engaging and map to the requirement of CAT. They adapt to each student and challenge them at exactly the right level. An inspiring environment.. CATking workshops are lively, vibrant, energetic and inclusive. Students fell they are attending a learning club with hands on experience, not a classroom. A culture of learning.. CATking workshops provides a culture of learning.

You.. No coaching institute can get you into IIMs or any other BSchool unless you have the passion to do it. CATking will build your confidence and “Can do” attitude in you. Groupe group.. CATking encourages small groups for further practice and learning near their homes. Frameworks We have developed innovative frameworks to help students achieve their goals. Score AnalyserTM MockngineeringTM StudycovigilanceTM

1 2 3
“Explaining shortcuts on actual CAT questions was best part”
- Rahul SIBM, SCMHRD - Abhi, IIM-K,I

We provide excellent training.. All our mentors are trained to become experts in the curriculum and knowledgeable about current teaching methods. “Positive Attitude of faculty and research done on exams”

“Open ended discussion and ease of explaining new concepts.”
- Suman – IIM A.B,K,L,I, SPJain, IIT-Bombay

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A truly positive experience!
6 students with 99.99%ile in 2008 -09 Student’s Feedback Our Goal
Everyone at CATking shares a common goal with our students - to help them secure admission into their dream colleges. We will work everyday to ensure that our Students have the best material, training, strategies and support they need to reach the pinnacle of their career. We take feedback from students after every workshops. In the last workshop students rated us: 4.3 / 5

Increase in score
Increase in Score Student's Name Before After Increase Abhay K 92 108 16 Rahul J 70 95 25 Bjoy S 82 100 18 Neha K 56 76 20 Tejas L 70 95 25 Richa S 48 70 22 Bhavik S 62 85 23 Ajay Ag 89 105 16 Bhakti S 92 110 18 Anirban M 110 122 12 Pooja J 97 120 23 Puneet N 72 95 23 Abhinav K 68 92 24 Ritesh K 90 112 22 Sunil H 90 Rahul A 56 89 33 Chetan S 60 92 32 Varsha R 74 100 26 Tanvi N 80 110 30 Average Increase: 22.7

100% of our students recommend this workshops to all MBA Aspirants. 100% of our students felt that this workshop is different and will help them increase their score.

Workshops helped me realize my weak points

CETking was instrumental in my success. - Narayan K 99.99%iler

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