• CAT
  • CMAT
  • XAT
  • IIFT
  • SNAP
  • NMAT

Common Admission Test popularly known by its abbreviated name of CAT is an entrance examination held for admissions primarily into IIMs and also provides admission to other top notch B-Schools in India like FMS Delhi, MDI Gurgaon, SPJIMR Mumbai, IMI New Delhi, IMT Ghaziabad and hundreds of other top MBA colleges in India. IIMs will be only accepting the scores of CAT 2021 for admissions in 2022 as per their convention.

CAT is the most important entrance test not only because it opens the gateway for 2 years full time post graduate management program (MBA/PGDM), CAT is also the key for one year MBA programmes in IIMs and other prominent management institutes. It is also needed and acts as a score card when trying for Fellowship Programs in Management (FPM) in IIMs.

Since 2012, Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), Indian Institute of Science (IISc) have also started accepting CAT scores for their Management programs.

CAT can be given by people of any age as there is not a bar on age. Admission is offered only to candidates who have completed their graduation with at least 50% of marks. A candidate who is in his/her final year of graduation may sit in CAT for the earliest shot at admission into IIMs and other B- Schools.

Registration is done completely online, including fees payment. A single registration makes you eligible for further admission procedure of all IIMs. CAT exam is usually held in one day in two shifts but in 2020 it was held in one day in three shifts of 2 hour each. During registration you apply for 50 programs across 20 IIMs. The registration window is usually 45+ days long which begins from August beginning to mid of September. The fees for registration to CAT is expected to be Rs. 2000/-.

Number of Questions in CAT 2021 100 questions divided in 3 sections(In 2020, the pattern was changed and there were 76 questions in all divided into three sections.)
Time duration of CAT 2021 3 hours(In 2020, the pattern was changed and the total time alloted was reduced to 2 hours.)
Sectional Time limit 1 hour for 1 section(In 2020, the pattern was changed and there were three sections with 40 minutes time limit per section.
Name of sections and number of questions VARC-34 Questions; DILR-32 questions; Quant-34 questions(In 2020, the pattern was changed and there were 76 questions in all with sections distributed as VARC- 26 Questions, LRDI – 24 Questions and Quants- 26 Questions.)
Expected CAT 2021 Difficulty level Moderate to Difficult
Order of Sections Pre-fixed, no change allowed
Paper Source Every year one of the six old IIMs takes the charge to conduct the CAT. In 2019 it was conducted by IIM Kozhikode while the latest 2020 version came from IIM Indore. This year CAT is expected to be conducted by IIM Ahmedabad which conducted CAT in 2015 when the mode of examination was shifted from offline to Computer Based Test for the first time.
Mode of examination CBT (Computer Based Test)

Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (VARC)

CAT has limitised its testing canvas in Verbal Ability and has completely eliminated questions based on vocabulary explicitly like fill in the blanks, sentence correction, synonyms, antonyms,etc. It now tests Reading Comprehension (RC Skills) and in Verbal Ability restricts its testing pointers to Para Jumbles, Odd one out and Summary Questions.

A rigorous list of topics from where questions are asked is as follows-

Inferences, Statements, Arguments 10-12 Questions
Main idea in the RC Passage 2-3 Questions
Author’s assumption 2-3 Questions
Meaning of the phrase 3-4 Questions
Para Summary 3-4 Questions
Jumbled paragraphs 3-4 Questions
Pick Out of Context Sentence 2-3 Questions
Sequence of sentences 1-2 Questions
Critical Reasoning 2-3 Questions

Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation (LRDI)

Data Interpretation skills do not have a difference on the basis of form of data but the data differs from other examinations in its ability to discomfort a student who attempts to comprehend the data given in the graph or table. It requires analysis, focus and observation to get through the craftly placed elements in a DI caselet. Logical Reasoning in CAT differs from other examinations on the basis that it does not ask individual logical reasoning question (like blood relations, series, coding-decoding, etc) and the questions always appear in caselets for example linear arrangement caselet, tabular caselet, circular arrangement, grouping and llikewise other forms of caselets, not limiting to the aforementioned types.

A rigorous list of topics from where caselets are formed is as follows

  • Bar charts - Simple, Stacked, Composite Bar charts
  • Pie charts
  • Data Analysis
  • Data comparison from Table
  • Team formation
  • Seating Arrangement
  • Linear and matrix arrangement
  • Set Theory
  • Venn Diagrams

Quantitative Aptitude (QA)

The syllabus of Quantitative Aptitude can be primarily said to be based on High School level Mathematics. But a few chapters like Permutations and Combinations (and according to some boards the chapters on Progressions, Logarithms,etc.) might be additional. However, whatever chapters are included this section can never be assumed as a pure mathematical section because of the touch of logic given to the questions. Many questions in the past CAT year papers can be seen testing awareness and wiry nature of a candidate more than their command over formulas and theoroms.

A rigorous list of topics from where questions are asked is as follows-

Averages; Ratio & Proportion 1-2 Questions
Speed, Time and Distance; Time and Work 1-2 Questions
Percentages, Profit and Loss 1-2 Questions
Number System 2-3 Questions
Algebra 2-3 Questions
Geometry/Mensuration 4-5 Questions
Linear Equations; Quadratic Equations Complex Numbers 1-2 Questions
Logarithm; Progressions 1-2 Questions
Binomial Theorem 1-2 Questions
Surds and Indices; Inequalities 1-2 Questions
Permutation and Combination 1-2 Questions
Probability Functions 1-2 Questions
Set Theory; Mixtures and Alligations 1-2 Questions
Co-ordinate Geometry 1-2 Questions
Trigonometry 1-2 Questions

Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) is a government organized computer based national level MBA entrance examination for entry into 1000 AICTE approved management programmes (MBA/PGDM) all over India. Till 2018, CMAT was conducted by AICTE, now the Test is conducted by the National Testing Authority (NTA) constituted by Government of India. More than 70,000 candidates apply for CMAT every year. Last year 74486 candidates had applied for CMAT exam. CMAT offers unique opportunity to all the test takers as none of them is disqualified in its result.

No age restriction. The marks criteria remains 50% (for General) and 45% (for SC/ST/PWD) graduation percentage-marks. Candidates pursuing final year of graduation are also eligible for application.

The application process remains completely online. The application fees for CMAT exam has increased to Rs. 2000/- This year CMAT had a long registration window that opened in December and closes in March. This delay is a result of the change in the body which will be conducting CMAT examination this year. The conducting body this year will be NTA and not AICTE.

There is no overall cut off for the examination as a whole but differs from college to college which offer admission through CMAT examination. Important colleges are K.J. Somaiya, Welingkar School Mumbai, Goa Institute of Management, Simsree, etc.

CMAT Exam Pattern 2021 CMAT 2021 Paper Details
CMAT 2021 Exam Date May 8, 2021
CMAT 2021 Test Conducting Authority National Testing Agency (NTA)
Total Questions in CMAT 2021 Exam 125 with option to attempt newly added 25 questions
CMAT 2021 Exam Duration 3½ Hours
CMAT 2021 Test slots 2 (Morning 9AM to 12.30PM, Evening 3PM to 6.30PM)
Type of Questions MCQs-Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions
Mode of CMAT 2021 Exam Online Computer Based Test
CMAT Scoring Pattern +4 Marks for each correct answer
Total Maximum Marks in CMAT 500
Negative Marking -1 Mark for Each Wrong Answer

It is a national-level management entrance examination conducted by XLRI, Jamshedpur for admission to MBA/PGDM programmes in XLRI and ten other XAMI members.XAT scores are accepted by more than 700 B-School across the country. The topmost college under XAT is XLRI Jamshedpur which is also known by the name of HR Factory of India.

No age restriction. The marks criteria remains 50% (for General) and 45% (for SC/ST/PWD) graduation percentage-marks. Candidates pursuing final year of graduation are also eligible for application.

The application process remains completely online. One application can be used to apply to different programs available in XLRI Jamshedpur.The application fees for XAT exam has increased to Rs. 1750/- with an additional payment of 300/- for every program that a candidate chooses to apply to.

A candidate belonging to an unreserved category needs to score from 96 to 98 percentile that is around 36 – 38 marks to make a shot at top most programs of XLRI Jamshedpur.

Section in XAT 2021 Exam Pattern Number of questions
Part-1 75 Total MCQs
Verbal and Logical Ability 26
Decision Making 21
Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation 28
Part-2 25 Total MCQs
General Knowledge 25
Total questions (Part 1 + Part 2) 100
Mode of Exam Computer Based Test
Total Questions in XAT Exam 100 (based on 2021)
Sectional Division of Exam Part I - Verbal and Logical Ability Decision Making Quantitative Ability and Data Interpretation Part II - General Knowledge
Test Duration 3 Hours (165 minutes for Paper –I and 15 minutes for Paper- II)
Exam Difficulty Level Moderate to Difficult
Maximum Marks 100 (based on 2021)
Scoring Pattern +1 for every correct answer.
Negative Marking 1/4 of the Marks allotted for correct answer Also, Each un-attempted question beyond 8 questions will carry a negative marking penalty of 0.10 mark per unattempted question in revised XAT exam pattern.

Indian Institute of Foreign Trade Admission Test popularly known as IIFT is an MBA entrance exam for admission to the three IIFTs in Delhi, Kolkata and Kakinada. IIFT falls in the same level of difficulty as that of CAT and XAT. It is attempted every year by around 70,000 students.

No age restriction. The marks criteria remains 50% (for General) and 45% (for SC/ST/PWD) graduation percentage-marks. Candidates pursuing final year of graduation are also eligible for application.

The application process remains completely online. One application can be used to apply to three colleges that are available under IIFT. The application fees for one IIFT exam was Rs. 2500/-

A candidate belonging to an unreserved category needs to score 120 marks or 95 percentile to make a shot at top most programs.

Mode of Exam Computer Based Test
Total Questions in IIFT Exam 110 (based on Last Year number)
Sectional Division of Exam 4 Sections with different number of Questions in Each Section
Test Duration 2 Hours (3 PM to 5 PM)
IIFT Exam Details: Test sections 4 Sections as under: Quantitative Analysis Reading Comprehension and Verbal Ability Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning General Awareness
Exam Difficulty Level Moderate to Difficult
Maximum Marks 300
Scoring Pattern Varying Scoring pattern of 1.5 Mark to 3 Marks for each correct answer
Negative Marking 1/3 of the Marks allotted for correct answer
Importance of Sectional Score Candidates to qualify in each section and achieve the minimum cut offs

Symbiosis National Aptitude Test is an aptitude test conducted by the Symbiosis International University for admission to the MBA/PGDM programmes offered by its 16 constituent institutes.

No age restriction. The marks criteria remains 50% (for General) and 45% (for SC/ST/PWD) graduation percentage-marks. Candidates pursuing final year of graduation are also eligible for application.

The application process remains completely online. One application can be used to apply to different programs in different colleges that are available under SNAP. The application fees for one SNAP exam was Rs. 1750/-

A candidate belonging to an unreserved category needs to score from 88 to 97 percentile to make a shot at top most programs of SIBM Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, SCMHRD Pune, SIOM Nashik.

SNAP 2020 SNAP 2019
Duration 60 minutes 120 minutes
Total no. of questions 60 110
General English: Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, Verbal Ability 15 34
Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency 20 35
Analytical & Logical Reasoning 25 36
Analytical & Logical Reasoning Nil 5
Scoring Pattern: +1 mark for each correct answer and ¼ negative marking for each incorrect answer.

Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies Management Aptitude Test is a national-level MBA entrance test conducted for admission to NMIMS University and other reputed B-Schools in India.

No age restriction. The marks criteria remains 50% (for General) and 45% (for SC/ST/PWD) graduation percentage-marks. Candidates pursuing final year of graduation are also eligible for application.

The application process remains completely online. One application can be used to take main attempt as well as the 2 retakes. However the application fees for NMAT exam which is Rs. 2300/- will be paid for the first time while 1100/- will be paid every time the test is rescheduled.

There is no overall cut off for the examination as a whole but differs from college to college which offer admission through NMAT examination. Important colleges are NMIMS, SPJIMR, ISB, XIMB, VIT, ICFAI, Shiv Nadar, SDA Bocconi, L M Thapar, etc.

If you ever dream to give an examination from the comfort of your home, NMAT is the exam for you. GMAC has now allowed for candidates that either they can go to the centre and attempt the exam or merely take it from their homes. The pattern for the exam is as follows-
Element NMAT Exam Pattern 2020
Total questions 108
Overall time limit to attempt the exam 2 hours
Type of questions All MCQs
Answer options for MCQs 5
Marks awarded for each correct answer 1
Negative marking No negative marking
Exam difficulty level Moderate
Number of sections 3
Name of section-1 with number of questions Language Skills-36
Name of Section-2 with number of questions Logical Reasoning-36
Name of Section-3 with number of questions Quantitative Skills-36
Facility to choose order of sections Yes, but once chosen has to follow
Individual Sectional time limit Yes, varying time limit of 28 minutes to 52 minutes
Top MBA colleges accepting exam score NMIMS, VIT, XIMB
Exam difficulty level Moderate
Section Name Number of questions Allotted time in minutes
Language Skills 36 28
Quantitative Skills 36 52
Logical Reasoning 36 40
Total 120 120

TISS-NET is the qualifying examination for making into the next round of admission procedure for selection in Tata Institute of Social Sciences’ Campus.

Students applying to the program of Human Resource Management and Labour Relations have to qualify an additional test called TISS-MAT (Management Aptitude Test). The students who will be giving TISS-MAT will also have to clear subsequent rounds of admission procedure like other candidates but there will be a weightage for TISS-MAT also.

No age restriction. The marks criteria remains 50% (for General) and 45% (for SC/ST/PWD) graduation percentage-marks. Candidates pursuing final year of graduation are also eligible for application.

Candidates applying for TISS NET 2021 exam are required to apply online through the E-application process. Candidates can apply for a maximum of 3 programmes across any two of the TISS Campuses and other Centre locations.Each program costs Rs. 1030. So a total of three programs will cost Rs. 3090.

In 2019 TISS-NET cutoff for unreserved category of students was 79 marks for MA in HRM. However so far as overall cutoff for admission is concerned it depends on a number of factors and the weightage alloted to the components in which a candidate scores.

Component Weightage for TISS Admission 2021 Last Year Weightage
TISSNET 2021 Exam 30% 100% upto the shortisting stage. No Weightage in final selection process
TISSMAT 40% 30%
Pre Interview Test Replaced by TISSMAT in 2021 40%
Personal Interview 30% 30%

TISS NET 2021 pattern Highlights
TISSNET Full Form Tata Institute of Social Sciences National Entrance Test (TISSNET)
TISS 2021 Paper pattern Online Computer Based Test
No of Questions 100
Maximum Score 100 Marks
Type of questions MCQS
Time limit 100 Minutes
Maximum marks per question 1
Negative Marking No negative Marking
No of Areas 3 Sections; sub-divided into 6 effective areas
No of Choices per question 4
TISS NET 2021 Sectional Composition
Section Name Number of questions Key Sectional Components
English Proficiency 30 Vocabulary, Fill in the blanks, synonyms, antonyms, Grammar based Error Correction, odd one out, Jumbled paragraphs, Short and long RC Passages
Mathematics & Logical Reasoning 30 Arithmetic, Number System, P&C, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration, Direction, Clocks & Calendars, Series, Arrangements, DI sets, graphs, charts, table
General Awareness 40 Conventional & Static GK, Current Affairs, social and cultural issues, national policies/ campaigns, international events, literature/art/culture, sports, books/authors/ awards, constitution, science, politics, economics, history
Total Questions 100 GK commands highest weightage in TISSNET exam
TISSMAT 2021 Conducted after TISSNET exam result is declared and candidates are shortlisted for PI round
Maximum Marks in TISSMAT Exam 2021 50
Total Questions in TISSMAT 2021 50
TISS MAT 2021 Time duration 45 Minutes
Number of Sections in TISSMAT 2021 Exam 4 (Comprehension, Management Data Interpretation, Business Awareness, Descriptive Writing)
Type of Questions in TISSMAT 2021 MCQs + Descriptive Writing
Answer Options in TISSMAT entrance exam 2021 4 for MCQs
Negative Marking in TISSMAT 2021 entrance exam 0.25 Mark for each Wrong Answer
TISS MAT Weightage for MA HRM final selection 40% (Increased from earlier 30%)
TISS MAT 2021: Sectional Composition, Scoring Pattern, Type of Questions
Section Name Number of questions Total Marks Topics Covered in the Section
Comprehension 10 10 Reading a write-up on a management related subject and answering questions related to the passage
Management Data Interpretation 15 15 Interpreting graphs, charts, and data across multiple sources. Performing basic operations with data collected from multiple sources
Business Awareness 10 10 Knowledge of contemporary events, news, related to the economy, business, human resource management, and labour studies
Descriptive Writing 01 15 Topics will be drawn on current social/economic/political/business/organization related issues. Candidates will be evaluated based on their thought process, multifaceted viewpoints and conviction on the topic.
Total Questions 36 50 Maximum Time: 45 Minutes; Maximum Marks:50

Top MBA Colleges in India Location Flagship Program  Approx Tuition Fees in lacs Average/Mean/Median Salary Accepted Exam Percentile Cut-Off
IIM Calcutta Kolkata MBA-PGP 27 27.5 CAT 99.8
IIM Ahmedabad Ahmedabad PGP 23 26 CAT 99.9
IIM Bangalore Bangalore PGP 23 24.54 CAT 99.8
Indian School of Business (ISB) Hyderabad PGP 24.5 24.5 GMAT/GRE 700 Marks in GMAT
XLRI Xavier School of Management Jamshedpur PGDM (BM) 20 24.3 XAT 96
IIM Lucknow Lucknow PGP 15 24.25 CAT 99.5
IISc Bangalore MMS 2.5 24.1 CAT 99
FMS Delhi New Delhi MBA (Full-time) 2 23.2 CAT 99.5
Xavier School of Rural Management Bhubaneswar MBA-BM 17.5 23 XAT/GMAT/CAT/x-GMAT 90
SPJIMR Mumbai Mumbai PGDM 17.5 22 GMAT/CAT/XAT 98
NITIE Mumbai Mumbai PGDIE 7.5 20.8 CAT 98.5
IIT Bombay – Shailesh J Mehta School of Management Mumbai Mumbai MBA 8.3 20.8 CAT 98 ( Sectional Cut off also)
IIM Indore Indore PGP 16.5 20.79 CAT 99
IIM Kozhikode Kozhikode PGP 19 20.67 CAT 99.5
SIBM Pune Pune MBA 19 20.14 SNAP 98
TISS Mumbai MA - HR and labour Relations and many more 2.5 20.05 TISS - NET 75 marks
MDI Gurgoan – Management development Institute Gurugram PGPM 18 19.1 CAT 99
DMS IIT Delhi New Delhi MBA 9.5 18.47 CAT 97
IIFT New Delhi/ Kolkata MBA (International Business) 17.5 18 IIFT 95
NMIMS School of Business Management Mumbai MBA 20 17.79 NMAT/GRE/GMAT 210
JBIMS – Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management studies Mumbai MMS 3 17.4 CAT/CMAT, MH-CET 99.9
IIM Shillong Shilong PGP 15 16.5 CAT 98
IIT Kharagpur Kharagpur MBA 9 16.11 CAT 97
SCMHRD Pune MBA 18.5 15.64 SNAP 97
IIM Ranchi Ranchi PGDM 15 15.02 CAT 95
IIM Raipur Raipur PGP 13 14.5 CAT 95
IIM Kashipur Kashipur PGP 11 13.82 CAT 95
IMT Ghaziabad Ghaziabad PGDM 18.5 13.6 CAT/GMAT/XAT 90
IIM Udaipur Udaipur MBA 9.5 13.5 CAT 95
IIM Udaipur Udaipur MBA 14 13.2 CAT 95
IMI Delhi – International Management Institute New Delhi PGDM 13 13.07 CAT 90
DFS, Delhi University Delhi MBA Finance 0.3 13 CAT 96
Great Lakes Institute of Management Chennai PGDM (One-year) 11 13 CAT/GMAT/XAT/CMAT 90
IIM Trichy Trichy PGP 16.5 13 CAT 95
MICA Ahmedabad PGDM - C 20 13 CAT/XAT + MICAT 85
DoMS IIT Madras Chennai MBA 8 12.5 CAT/GMAT 90
IIM Nagpur Nagpur PGP 11.5 12.5 CAT 92
IIM Vishakhapatnam Vishakhapatnam PGP 12 12.5 CAT 95
IIT Kanpur Kanpur MBA 3 12 CAT 93
GIM – Goa Institute of Management Goa PGDM 11 12 CAT/XAT/GMAT/CMAT 90
IIM Rohtak Rohtak PGP 14 11.8 CAT 90
IIM Jammu Jammu MBA 13 11.2 CAT 95
TAPMI Manipal – T A Pai Management Institute Manipal PGDM 15 11.06 CAT/XAT/GMAT 85
SIIB Pune – Symbiosis Institute of International Business Pune SIIB 10 11 SNAP 94
IIM Bodhgaya Bodhgaya PGP 11 11 CAT 95
IRMA – Institute of Rural Management Anand Anand PGDRM 11 11 CAT/XAT 85
Delhi school of Economics New Delhi MBA 0.35 10.68 CAT 95
NMIMS School of Buiness Management Bangalore PGDM 20 10.5 NMAT/GMAT/GRE 200
IIT Roorkee – Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee MBA 6.2 10.33 CAT/GMAT 93
FORE School of Management New Delhi PGDM 16 10.1 CAT/XAT/GMAT 85
SIMSR KJ Somaiya Institute of Management Mumbai PGDM 15.5 10.05 CAT/XAT/GMAT 88
SIMSREE Mumbai PGDBM 1.4 10 CAT/CMAT/MHCET 85 in CAT / 99.96 in CMAT and MHCET
LIBA – Loyaola Institute of Business Administration Chennai PGDM 12 9.5 CAT/XAT 85
NIBM Pune PGDM in Banking and Finance 12 9.5 CAT/XAT/CMAT 80
BIM Tiruchirappalli Tiruchirappalli MBA 14 9.3 CAT 80
IIM Sambalpur Sambalpur PGP 10 9.23 CAT 95
Welingkar Institute of Management Mumbai PGDM 11 9.2 CAT/MAT/XAT/CMAT/ATMA 78
BITS Pilani Pilani MBA 8.5 9.18 CAT/XAT/GMAT 88
UBS Chandigarh MBA 1.5 9 CAT 90
Institute of Management – Nirma University Ahmedabad MBA 9.5 9 CAT 80
LBSIM New Delhi PGDM 12 9 GMAT/CAT 85
IFMR Graduate School of Business, KREA University Andra Pradesh MBA/PGDM 13.5 8.7 CAT/XAT/GMAT/GRE 78
SRCC- GBO Delhi MBA 3.5 8.5 SRCC GBO Exam _
NIA Pune PGDM 11.3 8.5 CAT 70
DSM Delhi Technical University Delhi MBA 4 8 CAT 70
BIMTECH – Birla Institute of Management Technology New Delhi PGDM 12 8 CAT/XAT/GMAT 78
BHU – Banaras Hindu University Varanasi MBA 1 7.5 BHU PET 80
Vellore Institute of Technology Vellore MBA – VITBS 7 7.25 CAT/XAT/GMAT/CMAT.ATMA/NMAT 80
NIT Trichy Tiruchirappalli MBA-PGDM 2.5 6 CAT 78
Jamia Millia Islamia New Delhi MBA 0.5 4.5 JMI Entrance _

Frequently Ask & Questions

Yes, if you are an enrolled student for CAT-21/22 program, we will provide special classes to cover-up extra topics for XAT, IIFT, SNAP, NMAT etc as well.

Speed plays a crucial role if you are appearing for MBA entrance exams. We provide speed building & quick Calculation Technique sessions to help you in reducing the calculation time for a question. Along with that, we provide you 300+ time based tests through which, you will be able to learn and solve ample number of questions within a specified time range.

Yes, you can. The class schedule for the online and classroom program are mailed to you. You can attend the class as per your convenience. We at FundaMakers, believe in providing the BEST possible sources for your CAT preparation.

Yes. In a typical 10-12 months of your CAT preparation, we make you revise the topics atleast 2-3 times. We also upload our Online Live Sessions on the student portal so, incase a student wants to re-attend the class, he/she can always watch the lectures ‘n’ number of times.

Around 70% students face this issue. Don’t worry, we have a unique approach to this problem. In case of your exams, we temporarily hold the CAT classes so that you can focus on your upcoming exams. Once you are done with it, we schedule sessions from where you left off. This is to make sure that both your graduation and your CAT prep goes on smoothly and efficiently.

To make you understand better, we have put the batch size to a bare minimum of 35 students (unlike other institutes in which batch strength is more than 50)