Study Plan for CAT


CAT Study Plan


Following is the 3 months study plan to achieve the score of 99%ile design by  CATKing Toppers.

Week 1:

Day 1:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 6 ‘Percentage’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve Passage 1,2  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 2:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 7 ‘Profit and Loss’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve Passage 3,4  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 3:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 8  ‘Ratio and Proportion’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve Passage 5,6  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 4:

  1. Start with topic Chapter 1 ‘Analogy’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve Passage 7,8  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’..
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 5:

  1. Start with topic Chapter 2 ‘Classification of Odd One Out’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve Passage 9,10  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 6:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 3 ‘Coding-Decoding’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve Passage 11,12  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 7:

  1. Start with topic Chapter 4 ‘Blood Relation’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Revise all the topics of the week and take their sectional tests.
  3. Revise all the words learnt in the week. Keep taking notes. Keep looking at them to revise and keep putting them to use in your day to day life.
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint
  5. Collate the important headlines

Week 2:

Day 1:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 9 ‘Partnership’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve Passage 13,14  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 2:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 10 ‘Mixture’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve Passage 15,16  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 3:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 11  ‘Interest’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve Passage 17,18  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 4:

  1. Start with topic Chapter 5 ‘Direction test’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve Passage 19,20  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 5:

  1. Start with topic Chapter 6 ‘Ranking Test’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve Passage 21,22  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 6:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 7 ‘Series’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve Passage 23,24  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 7:

  1. Start with topic Chapter 8 ‘Input-Output’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve Exercise 1  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 4 ‘Composition’.
  3. Revise all the topics of the week and take their sectional tests.
  4. Revise all the words learnt in the week. Keep taking notes. Keep looking at them to revise and keep putting them to use in your day to day life.
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.
  6. Collate the important headlines

Week 3:

Day 1:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 14 ‘Time and Work’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve Passage 25,26  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 2:

  1. Continue with quants topic Chapter 14 ‘Time and Work’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve Passage 27,28  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 3:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 15 ‘Pipes and Cisterns’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve Passage 29,30  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 4:

  1. Continue with quants topic Chapter 15 ‘Pipes and Cisterns’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve Passage 31,32  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 5:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 9 ‘Word Formation’ and Chapter 10 ‘Logical Venn Diagrams’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve Passage 33,34  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 6:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 11 ‘Syllogism’ and Chapter 12 ‘Cube’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve Passage 35,36  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 7:

  1. Solve Exercise 2  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 4 ‘Composition’.
  2. Take Mock-1 from the CATKing Online test series.
  3. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  4. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  5. Revise all the topics of the week and take their sectional tests.
  6. Revise all the words learnt in the week. Keep taking notes. Keep looking at them to revise and keep putting them to use in your day to day life.
  7. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.
  8. Collate the important headlines

Week 4:

Day 1:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 16 ‘Distance, Speed, Time and Train’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 1,2  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 1 ‘Vocabulary’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 2:

  1. Continue with quants topic Chapter 16 ‘Distance, Speed, Time and Train’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 3,4  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 1 ‘Vocabulary’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 3:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 17 ‘Boats and Streams’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 5,6  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 1 ‘Vocabulary’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 4:

  1. Continue with quants topic Chapter 17 ‘Boats and Streams’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 7 from Chapter 1 ‘Vocabulary’ and Exercise 1 from Chapter 2 ‘Grammar’ of ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 5:

  1. Start with topic Chapter 13 ‘Dice’ and Chapter 14 ‘Number Puzzle’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 2-A,2-B  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 2 ‘Grammar’.  
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 6:

  1. Start with topic Chapter 15 ‘Syllogism’ and Chapter 16 ‘Cube’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 2-C,2-D  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 2 ‘Grammar’.  
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 7:

  1. Solve questions of Exercise 1  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 4 ‘Composition’.
  2. Take Mock-2 from the CATKing Online test series.
  3. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  4. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  5. Revise all the topics of the week and take their sectional tests.
  6. Revise all the words learnt in the week. Keep taking notes. Keep looking at them to revise and keep putting them to use in your day to day life.
  7. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint
  8. Collate the important headlines

Week 5:

Day 1:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 1 ‘Number system’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.  
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 8,9  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 1 ‘Vocabulary’
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 2:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 2 ‘HCF and LCM’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 10,11  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 1 ‘Vocabulary’
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 3:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 3  ‘Simplification, Power & Roots, Square, Cube, Indices & Surds’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 12,13  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 1 ‘Vocabulary’
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 4:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 4  ‘Average’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 14 from Chapter 1 ‘Vocabulary’ and Exercise 3 from Chapter 2 ‘Grammar’ of ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 5:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 5 ‘Algebraic Expressions and Inequalities’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 4, 5-A  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 2 ‘Grammar’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 6:

  1. Start with topic Chapter 17 ‘Analytical Reasoning’ and Chapter 18 ‘Assertion and Reason’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.  
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 5-B,5-C  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 2 ‘Grammar’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 7:

  1. Start with topic Chapter 19 ‘Statement and Assumptions’ and Chapter 20 ‘Statement and Arguments’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Take Mock-3 from the CATKing Online test series.
  3. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  4. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  5. Revise all the topics of the week and take their sectional tests.
  6. Revise all the words learnt in the week. Keep taking notes. Keep looking at them to revise and keep putting them to use in your day to day life.
  7. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint
  8. Collate the important headlines

Week 6:

Day 1:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 12 ‘True and Bakers Discount’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 2:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 13 ‘Stock and shares’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 3:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 18 ‘Geometry’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 4:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 19 ‘Mensuration’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 5:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 20 ‘Height and Distance’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 6:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 21 ‘Statement and Courses of Action’ and Chapter 22 ‘Statement and Conclusions’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 7:

  1. Start with topic Chapter 23 ‘Logical Deduction’ and Chapter 24 ‘Critical Reasoning’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Take Mock-4 from the CATKing Online test series.
  3. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  4. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.

Week 7:

Day 1:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 21 ‘Clock and Calendar’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 2:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 22 ‘Set Theory’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 3:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 23 ‘Sequence, Series and Logarithm’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.  
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 4:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 24 ‘Permutation and Combination’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Chapter 18  ‘Vocabulary’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  3. Take Mock-5 from CATKing online test series. Analyze the mock and note down your strengths and weakness. Work on the weakness.
  4. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  5. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  6. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 5:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 25 ‘Probability’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Chapter 19 ‘Grammar’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 6:

  1. Solve Passage 1-9 from Chapter 23  ‘Reading Comprehension Based on Natural Science’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 7:

  1. Solve questions of Chapter 15 ‘Data Sufficiency’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation’.
  2. Take Mock-6 from CATKing online test series. Analyze the mock and note down your strengths and weakness. Work on the weakness.
  3. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  4. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  5. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  6. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Week 8:

Day 1:

  1. Revise quants topic Chapter 6 ‘Percentage’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 2:

  1. Revise quants topic Chapter 7 ‘Profit and Loss’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 3:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 8  ‘Ratio and Proportion’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 4:

  1. Solve questions of Chapter 20 ‘Paragraph Construction’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 5:

  1. Solve questions of Chapter 24 ‘Reading comprehension Based on Humanities’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 6:

  1. Continue solving questions of Chapter 15 ‘Data Sufficiency’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation’.
  2. Take Mock-7 from the CATKing Online test series.
  3. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  4. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  5. Revise all the words memorized till date.
  6. Take a glance on the headlines. Pick out major news for the past two months and make a note of them.

Day 7:

  1. Take Mock-8 from the CATKing Online test series.
  2. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  3. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  4. Combine the learnings from all the learning taken from all the mocks given till date. Understand a patter. Devise a strategy for the next mock.

Week 9:

Day 1:

  1. Revise quants topic Chapter 9 ‘Partnership’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 2:

  1. Revise quants topic Chapter 10 ‘Mixture’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.  
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 3:

  1. Revise quants topic Chapter 11  ‘Interest’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Take Mock-9 from the CATKing Online test series.
  3. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  4. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  5. Apply the strategy that you planned the last time. See if there are any difference in the results. Assess how much has the strategy worked for you.

Day 4:

  1. Solve questions of Chapter 21 ‘Critical Reasoning’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 5:

  1. Solve questions of Chapter 14 ‘Data Tabulation’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation’.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 6:

  1. Take Mock-10 from the CATKing Online test series.
  2. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  3. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  4. Revise all the words memorized till date.
  5. Take a glance on the headlines. Pick out major news for the past two months and make a note of them.

Day 7:

  1. Take Mock-11 from the CATKing Online test series.
  2. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  3. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  4. Combine the learnings from all the learning taken from all the mocks given till date. Understand a pattern. Devise a strategy for the next mock if the previous strategy isn’t working or else continue with the previous one and see the results.

Week 10:
Day 1:
Revise quants topic Chapter 14 ‘Time and Work’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
Spend 15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone. advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 2:
Start with quants topic Chapter 15 ‘Pipes and Cisterns’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
Spend 15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone. advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 3:
Take Mock-12 from the CATKing Online test series.
Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
Apply the strategy that you planned the last time. See if there are any difference in the results. Assess how much has the strategy worked for you.

Day 4:
Solve questions of Chapter 22 ‘Reading Comprehension Based on Social Science’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Verbal Reasoning’.
Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
Spend 15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone. advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 5:
Continue solving questions of Chapter 14 ‘Data Tabulation’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation’.
Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
Spend 15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone. advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 6:
Take Mock-13 from the CATKing Online test series.
Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
Revise all the words memorized till date.
Take a glance on the headlines. Pick out major news for the past two months and make a note of them

Day 7:
Take Mock-14 from the CATKing Online test series.
Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
Combine the learnings from all the learning taken from all the mocks given till date. Understand a pattern. Devise a strategy for the next mock if the previous strategy isn’t working or else continue with the previous one and see the results.

Week 11:

Day 1:

  1. Revise quants topic Chapter 16 ‘Distance, Speed, Time and Train’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question..
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 2:

  1. Revise quants topic Chapter 17 ‘Boats and Streams’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 3:

  1. Solve questions of Chapter 12 ‘Line and Bar Chart’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation’.
  2. Take Mock-15 from the CATKing Online test series.
  3. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  4. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  5. Apply the strategy that you planned the last time. See if there are any difference in the results. Assess how much has the strategy worked for you.

Day 4:

  1. Solve Passage 10-17 of Chapter 23 ‘Reading Comprehension Based on Natural Science’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 5:

  1. Solve questions of Chapter 13 ‘Pie Chart’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation’.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 6:

  1. Take Mock-16 from the CATKing Online test series.
  2. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  3. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  4. Revise all the words memorized till date.
  5. Take a glance on the headlines. Pick out major news for the past two months and make a note of them

Day 7:

  1. Take Mock-17 from the CATKing Online test series.
  2. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  3. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  4. Combine the learnings from all the learning taken from all the mocks given till date. Understand a pattern. Devise a strategy for the next mock if the previous strategy isn’t working or else continue with the previous one and see the results.

Week 12:

Day 1:

  1. Revise all basic concepts for quants.
  2. Keep in mind your strength and weakness in Quantitative Aptitude.
  3. Look through a few questions from CATKing Study package- Quantitative Aptitude.
  4. Understand the pattern of the exam and the type of questions that come.

Day 2:

  1. Revise all basic concepts for Verbal Analysis.
  2. Keep in mind your strength and weakness in Quantitative Aptitude.
  3. Look through a few questions from CATKing Study package- Verbal Reasoning.
  4. Understand the pattern of the exam and the type of questions that come.

Day 3:

  1. Revise all basic concepts for LRDI.
  2. Keep in mind your strength and weakness in Quantitative Aptitude.
  3. Look through a few questions from CATKing Study package- Logical reasoning and Data Interpretation.
  4. Understand the pattern of the exam and the type of questions that come.

Day 4:

  1. List down all the strengths and weakness of each section and design a strategy for attempting the exam.
  2. Revise all the words you have memorised.
  3. Continue practicing questions from the study package.

Day 5:

  1. Continue practicing questions from the study package.
  2. Keep strategizing for the exam. Look through questions you took more time or questions you had to attempt twice.
  3. Keep revising all the words from before.

Day 6:

  1. Don’t struggle hard on anything. It’s the time to relax.
  2. Focus your energy towards positivity.
  3. Watch inspiring videos and free yourself from any sort of inhibitions.

Day 7:

  1. Don’t stress yourself.
  2. Keep calm and patient. The test is no big deal. With the right strategy Cat is an easy piece of cake. Relax yourself and distract yourself

Week 1:

Day 1:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 1 ‘Number system’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 1,2  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 1 ‘Vocabulary’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 2:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 2 ‘HCF and LCM’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 3,4  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 1 ‘Vocabulary’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 3:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 3  ‘Simplification, Power & Roots, Square, Cube, Indices & Surds’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 5,6  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 1 ‘Vocabulary’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 4:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 4  ‘Average’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 7,8  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 1 ‘Vocabulary’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

 

Day 5:

  1. Start with topic Chapter 1 ‘Analogy’ and Chapter 2 ‘Classification of Odd One Out’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 9,10  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 1 ‘Vocabulary’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 6:

  1. Start with topic Chapter 3 ‘Coding-Decoding’ and Chapter 4 ‘Blood Relation’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 11,12  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 1 ‘Vocabulary’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 7:

  1. Take Topic test for all the topics studied in the week i.e:
  1. Number system
  2. HCF and LCM
  3. Simplification, Power & Roots, Square, Cube, Indices & Surds
  4. Average

 

  1. Solve questions of Exercise 13,14  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 1 ‘Vocabulary’.
  2. Revise all the words learnt in the week. Keep taking notes. Keep looking at them to revise and keep putting them to use in your day to day life.
  3. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint
  4. Collate the important headlines

Week 2:

Day 1:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 5 ‘Algebraic Expressions and Inequalities’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 1,2-A  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 2 ‘Grammar’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 2:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 6 ‘Percentages’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 2-B,2-C  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 2 ‘Grammar’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 3:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 7  ‘Profit and Loss’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 2-D,3  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 2 ‘Grammar’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 4:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 8  ‘Ratio and Proportion’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 4,5-A  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 2 ‘Grammar’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 5:

  1. Start with topic Chapter 5 ‘Direction test’ and Chapter 6 ‘Ranking Test’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 5-B  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 2 ‘Grammar’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 6:

  1. Start with topic Chapter 7 ‘Series’ and Chapter 8 ‘Input-Output’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Exercise 5-C  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 2 ‘Grammar’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 7:

  1. Take Topic test for all the topics studied in the week i.e:
  1. Algebraic Expressions and Inequalities
  2. Percentages
  3. Profit and Loss
  4. Ratio and Proportion

 

  1. Revise all the words learnt in the week. Keep taking notes. Keep looking at them to revise and keep putting them to use in your day to day life.
  2. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.
  3. Collate the important headlines

Week 3:

Day 1:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 9 ‘Partnership’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Passage 1,2  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 2:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 10 ‘Mixture’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Passage 3,4  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 3:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 11 ‘Interest’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Passage 5,6  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 4:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 12 ‘True and Bakers Discount’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Passage 7,8  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 5:

  1. Start with topic Chapter 9 ‘Word Formation’ and Chapter 10 ‘Logical Venn Diagrams’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Passage 9,10  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 6:

  1. Start with topic Chapter 11 ‘Syllogism’ and Chapter 12 ‘Cube’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Passage 11,12  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 7:

  1. Take Topic test for all the topics studied in the week i.e:
  1. Partnership
  2. Mixture
  3. Interest
  4. True and Bakers Discount

 

  1. Take Mock-1 from the CATKing Online test series.
  2. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  3. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  4. Revise all the words learnt in the week. Keep taking notes. Keep looking at them to revise and keep putting them to use in your day to day life.
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint
  6. Collate the important headlines

Week 4:

Day 1:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 13 ‘Stock and shares’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Passage 13,14  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 2:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 14 ‘Time and Work’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Passage 15,16  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 3:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 15 ‘Pipes and Cisterns’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Passage 17,18  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 4:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 16 ‘Distance, Speed, Time & Train’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Passage 19,20  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 5:

  1. Start with topic Chapter 13 ‘Dice’ and Chapter 14 ‘Number Puzzle’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Passage 21,22  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 6:

  1. Start with topic Chapter 15 ‘Syllogism’ and Chapter 16 ‘Cube’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Passage 23,24  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 7:

  1. Take Topic test for all the topics studied in the week i.e:
  1. Stock and shares
  2. Time and Work
  3. Pipes and Cisterns
  4. Distance, Speed, Time & Train

 

  1. Solve questions of Exercise 1  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 4 ‘Composition’.
  2. Take Mock-2 from the CATKing Online test series.
  3. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  4. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  5. Revise all the words learnt in the week. Keep taking notes. Keep looking at them to revise and keep putting them to use in your day to day life.
  6. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint
  7. Collate the important headlines

Week 5:

Day 1:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 17 ‘Boats and Streams’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Passage 25,26  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 2:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 18 ‘Geometry’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Passage 27,28  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 3:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 19 ‘Mensuration’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Passage 29,30  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 4:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 20 ‘Height and Distance’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Passage 31,32  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 5:

  1. Start with topic Chapter 17 ‘Analytical Reasoning’ and Chapter 18 ‘Assertion and Reason’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Passage 33,34  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 6:

  1. Start with topic Chapter 19 ‘Statement and Assumptions’ and Chapter 20 ‘Statement and Arguments’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Solve questions of Passage 35,36  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 7:

Take Topic test for all the topics studied in the week i.e:

  1. Boats and Streams
  2. Geometry
  3. Mensuration
  4. Height and Distance

1.Solve questions of Exercise 2  from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’ Chapter 4 ‘Composition’.

2.Take Mock-3 from the CATKing Online test series.

3.Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.

4.Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.

5.Revise all the words learnt in the week. Keep taking notes. Keep looking at them to revise and keep putting them to use in your day to day life.

6.Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint

7.Collate the important headlines

Week 6:

Day 1:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 21 ‘Clock and Calendar’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 2:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 22 ‘Set Theory’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 3:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 23 ‘Sequence, Series and Logarithm’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 4:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 24 ‘Permutation and Combination’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 5:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 25 ‘Probability’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Start with quants topic Chapter 21 ‘Statement and Courses of Action’ and Chapter 22 ‘Statement and Conclusions’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 6:

  1. Start with topic Chapter 23 ‘Logical Deduction’ and Chapter 24 ‘Critical Reasoning’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 7:

  1. Take Mock-4 from the CATKing Online test series.
  2. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  3. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.

Week 7:

Day 1:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 1 ‘Number System’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 2:

      1.Start with quants topic Chapter 2 ‘Set Theory’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-                                        Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.

      2.Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly                  look through.

      3.Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary

      4.Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the                      Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 3:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 3 ‘Function’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 4:

  1. Solve questions of Chapter 18  ‘Vocabulary’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  2. Take Mock-5 from CATKing online test series. Analyze the mock and note down your strengths and weakness. Work on the weakness.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  5. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 5:

  1. Solve questions of Chapter 19 ‘Grammar’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 6:

  1. Solve Passage 1-9 from Chapter 23  ‘Reading Comprehension Based on Natural Science’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 7:

  1. Solve questions of Chapter 12 ‘Line and Bar Chart’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation’.
  2. Take Mock-6 from CATKing online test series. Analyze the mock and note down your strengths and weakness. Work on the weakness.
  3. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  4. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  5. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  6. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Week 8:

Day 1:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 4 ‘Average, ratio & Proportion’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 2:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 5 ‘Algebra 1’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 3:

  1. Solve questions of Chapter 20 ‘Paragraph Construction’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 4:

  1. Solve questions of Chapter 24 ‘Reading comprehension Based on Humanities’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 5:

  1. Solve questions of Chapter 13 ‘Pie Chart’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation’.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 6:

  1. Take Mock-7 from the CATKing Online test series.
  2. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  3. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  4. Revise all the words memorized till date.
  5. Take a glance on the headlines. Pick out major news for the past two months and make a note of them.

Day 7:

  1. Take Mock-8 from the CATKing Online test series.
  2. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  3. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  4. Combine the learnings from all the learning taken from all the mocks given till date. Understand a patter. Devise a strategy for the next mock.

Week 9:

Day 1:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 6 ‘Algebra 2’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 2:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 7 ‘Percentage, Profit and Loss’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 3:

  1. Take Mock-9 from the CATKing Online test series.
  2. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  3. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  4. Apply the strategy that you planned the last time. See if there are any difference in the results. Assess how much has the strategy worked for you.

Day 4:

  1. Solve questions of Chapter 21 ‘Critical Reasoning’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 5:

  1. Solve questions of Chapter 14 ‘Data Tabulation’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation’.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 6:

  1. Take Mock-10 from the CATKing Online test series.
  2. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  3. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  4. Revise all the words memorized till date.
  5. Take a glance on the headlines. Pick out major news for the past two months and make a note of them.

Day 7:

  1. Take Mock-11 from the CATKing Online test series.
  2. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  3. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  4. Combine the learnings from all the learning taken from all the mocks given till date. Understand a pattern. Devise a strategy for the next mock if the previous strategy isn’t working or else continue with the previous one and see the results

Week 10:

Day 1:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 8 ‘Geometry’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 2:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 9 ‘Mensuration’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 3:

  1. Take Mock-12 from the CATKing Online test series.
  2. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  3. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  4. Apply the strategy that you planned the last time. See if there are any difference in the results. Assess how much has the strategy worked for you.

Day 4:

  1. Solve questions of Chapter 22 ‘Reading Comprehension Based on Social Science’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 5:

  1. Solve questions of Chapter 15 ‘Data Sufficiency’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation’.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 6:

  1. Take Mock-13 from the CATKing Online test series.
  2. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  3. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  4. Revise all the words memorized till date.
  5. Take a glance on the headlines. Pick out major news for the past two months and make a note of them

Day 7:

  1. Take Mock-14 from the CATKing Online test series.
  2. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  3. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  4. Combine the learnings from all the learning taken from all the mocks given till date. Understand a pattern. Devise a strategy for the next mock if the previous strategy isn’t working or else continue with the previous one and see the results.

Week 11:

Day 1:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 10 ‘Time, Distance and Work’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 2:

  1. Start with quants topic Chapter 11 ‘Permutation, Combination and Probability’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Quantitative Ability’. Solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 3:

  1. Take Mock-15 from the CATKing Online test series.
  2. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  3. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  4. Apply the strategy that you planned the last time. See if there are any difference in the results. Assess how much has the strategy worked for you.

Day 4:

  1. Solve Passage 10-17 of Chapter 23 ‘Reading Comprehension Based on Natural Science’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 5:

  1. Solve questions of Chapter 16 ‘Logical Reasoning’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation’.
  2. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  3. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words to improve the vocabulary
  4. Read news for the day from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Day 6:

  1. Take Mock-16 from the CATKing Online test series.
  2. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  3. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  4. Revise all the words memorized till date.
  5. Take a glance on the headlines. Pick out major news for the past two months and make a note of them

Day 7:

  1. Take Mock-17 from the CATKing Online test series.
  2. Assess the mock analysing the sections individually, recognizing your weak and strong topics. Direct your revision toward the. Focus more on these topics.
  3. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  4. Combine the learnings from all the learning taken from all the mocks given till date. Understand a pattern. Devise a strategy for the next mock if the previous strategy isn’t working or else continue with the previous one and see the results.

Week 12:

Day 1:

  1. Revise all basic concepts for quants.
  2. Keep in mind your strength and weakness in Quantitative Aptitude.
  3. Look through a few questions from CATKing Study package- Quantitative Aptitude.
  4. Understand the pattern of the exam and the type of questions that come.

Day 2:

  1. Revise all basic concepts for Verbal Analysis.
  2. Keep in mind your strength and weakness in Quantitative Aptitude.
  3. Look through a few questions from CATKing Study package- Verbal Reasoning.
  4. Understand the pattern of the exam and the type of questions that come.

Day 3:

  1. Revise all basic concepts for LRDI.
  2. Keep in mind your strength and weakness in Quantitative Aptitude.
  3. Look through a few questions from CATKing Study package- Logical reasoning and Data Interpretation.
  4. Understand the pattern of the exam and the type of questions that come.

Day 4:

  1. List down all the strengths and weakness of each section and design a strategy for attempting the exam.
  2. Revise all the words you have memorised.
  3. Continue practicing questions from the study package.

Day 5:

  1. Continue practicing questions from the study package.
  2. Keep strategizing for the exam. Look through questions you took more time or questions you had to attempt twice.
  3. Keep revising all the words from before.

Day 6:

  1. Don’t struggle hard on anything. It’s the time to relax.
  2. Focus your energy towards positivity.
  3. Watch inspiring videos and free yourself from any sort of inhibitions.

Day 7:

  1. Don’t stress yourself.
  2. Keep calm and patient. The test is no big deal. With the right strategy Cat is an easy piece of cake. Relax yourself and distract yourself

Week 1:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 1 ‘Number system’  and Chapter 2 ‘HCF and LCM from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. Prepare the topics Chapter 1 ‘Analogy’ and Chapter 2 ‘Classification of Odd One Out’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’.
  3. Start with solving questions of Chapter 1 ‘Vocabulary’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’.
  4. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  5. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  6. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  7. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.
  8. Review the week’s learning on Sunday and revise all the basic concepts, words and news.

Week 2:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 3  ‘Simplification, Power & Roots, Square, Cube, Indices & Surds’  and Chapter 4  ‘Average from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. Prepare the topics Chapter 3 ‘Coding-Decoding’ and Chapter 4 ‘Blood Relation’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’.
  3. Continue solving questions of Chapter 1 ‘Vocabulary’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’.
  4. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  5. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  6. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  7. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.
  8. Review the week’s learning on Sunday and revise all the basic concepts, words and news.

Week 3:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 5 ‘Algebraic Expressions and Inequalities’  and Chapter 6 ‘Percentages from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. Prepare the topics Chapter 5 ‘Direction test’ and Chapter 6 ‘Ranking Test’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’.
  3. Start solving questions of Chapter 2 ‘Grammar’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’.
  4. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  5. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  6. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  7. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.
  8. Review the week’s learning on Sunday and revise all the basic concepts, words and news.

Week 4:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 7  ‘Profit and Loss’  and Chapter 8  ‘Ratio and Proportion’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. Prepare the topics Chapter 7 ‘Series’ and Chapter 8 ‘Input-Output’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’.
  3. Continue solving questions of Chapter 2 ‘Grammar’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’.
  4. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  5. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  6. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  7. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.
  8. Review the week’s learning on Sunday and revise all the basic concepts, words and news.

Week 5:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 9 ‘Partnership’  and Chapter 10 ‘Mixture’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. Prepare the topics Chapter 5 ‘Direction test’ and Chapter 6 ‘Ranking Test’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’.
  3. Start solving questions of Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’.
  4. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  5. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  6. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  7. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.
  8. Review the week’s learning on Sunday and revise all the basic concepts, words and news.

Week 6:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 11 ‘Interest’  and Chapter 12 ‘True and Bakers Discount from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. Prepare the topics Chapter 11 ‘Syllogism’ and Chapter 12 ‘Cube’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’.
  3. Continue solving questions of Chapter 3 ‘Reading Comprehension’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’.
  4. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  5. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  6. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  7. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.
  8. Review the week’s learning on Sunday and revise all the basic concepts, words and news.

Week 7:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 13 ‘Stock and shares’  and Chapter 14 ‘Time and Work from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. Prepare the topics Chapter 13 ‘Dice’ and Chapter 14 ‘Number Puzzle’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’.
  3. Start solving questions of Chapter 4 ‘Composition’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’.
  4. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  5. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  6. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  7. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.
  8. Review the week’s learning on Sunday and revise all the basic concepts, words and news.

Week 8:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 15 ‘Pipes and Cisterns’  and Chapter 16 ‘Distance, Speed, Time & Train from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. Prepare the topics Chapter 15 ‘Syllogism’ and Chapter 16 ‘Cube’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’.
  3. Continue solving questions of Chapter 4 ‘Composition’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)-  English Proficiency’.
  4. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  5. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  6. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  7. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.
  8. Review the week’s learning on Sunday and revise all the basic concepts, words and news.

Week 9:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 17 ‘Boats and Streams’  and Chapter 18 ‘Geometry from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. Prepare the topics Chapter 17 ‘Analytical Reasoning’ and Chapter 18 ‘Assertion and Reason’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’.
  3. Start solving questions of Chapter 18  ‘Vocabulary’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  4. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  5. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  6. Take ‘2 Mocks’ from CATKing online test series. Analyze the mock and note down your strengths and weakness. Work on the weakness.
  7. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  8. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  9. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.
  10. Review the week’s learning on Sunday and revise all the basic concepts, words and news.

Week 10:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 19 ‘Mensuration’  and Chapter 20 ‘Height and Distance from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. Prepare the topics Chapter 19 ‘Statement and Assumptions’ and Chapter 20 ‘Statement and Arguments’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’.
  3. Continue solving questions of Chapter 18  ‘Vocabulary’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  4. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  5. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  6. Take ‘2 Mocks’ from CATKing online test series. Analyze the mock and note down your strengths and weakness. Work on the weakness.
  7. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  8. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  9. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.
  10. Review the week’s learning on Sunday and revise all the basic concepts, words and news.

Week 11:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 21 ‘Clock and Calendar’  and Chapter 22 ‘Set Theory from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. Prepare the topics Chapter 21 ‘Statement and Courses of Action’ and Chapter 22 ‘Statement and Conclusions’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’.
  3. Start solving questions of Chapter 19 ‘Grammar’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  4. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  5. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  6. Take ‘2 Mocks’ from CATKing online test series. Analyze the mock and note down your strengths and weakness. Work on the weakness.
  7. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  8. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  9. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.
  10. Review the week’s learning on Sunday and revise all the basic concepts, words and news.

Week 12:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 23 ‘Sequence, Series and Logarithm’  and Chapter 24 ‘Permutation and Combination from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. Prepare the topics Chapter 23 ‘Logical Deduction’ and Chapter 24 ‘Critical Reasoning’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Reasoning’.
  3. Continue solving questions of Chapter 19 ‘Grammar’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  4. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  5. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  6. Take ‘2 Mocks’ from CATKing online test series. Analyze the mock and note down your strengths and weakness. Work on the weakness.
  7. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  8. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  9. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Week 13:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 25 ‘Probability from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Orange)- Quantitative Ability’ and Chapter 1 ‘Number System’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. Solve questions of Chapter 12 ‘Line and Bar Chart’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation’.
  3. Start solving questions of Chapter 20 ‘Paragraph Construction’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  4. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  5. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  6. Take ‘2 Mocks’ from CATKing online test series. Analyze the mock and note down your strengths and weakness. Work on the weakness.
  7. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  8. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  9. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Week 14:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 2 ‘Set Theory’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. Solve questions of Chapter 13 ‘Pie Chart’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation’.
  3. Continue solving questions of Chapter 20 ‘Paragraph Construction’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  4. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  5. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  6. Take ‘2 Mocks’ from CATKing online test series. Analyze the mock and note down your strengths and weakness. Work on the weakness.
  7. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  8. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  9. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Week 15:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 3 ‘Function’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. Solve questions of Chapter 14 ‘Data Tabulation’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation’.
  3. Start solving questions of Chapter 21 ‘Critical Reasoning’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  4. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  5. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  6. Take ‘2 Mocks’ from CATKing online test series. Analyze the mock and note down your strengths and weakness. Work on the weakness.
  7. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  8. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  9. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint

Week 16:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 4 ‘Average, ratio & Proportion’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. Solve questions of Chapter 15 ‘Data Sufficiency’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation’.
  3. Continue solving questions of Chapter 21 ‘Critical Reasoning’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  4. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  5. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  6. Take ‘2 Mocks’ from CATKing online test series. Analyze the mock and note down your strengths and weakness. Work on the weakness.
  7. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  8. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  9. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Week 17:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 5 ‘Algebra 1’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. Solve questions of Chapter 16 ‘Logical Reasoning’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation’.
  3. Start solving questions of Chapter 22 ‘Reading Comprehension Based on Social Science’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  4. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  5. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  6. Take ‘2 Mocks’ from CATKing online test series. Analyze the mock and note down your strengths and weakness. Work on the weakness.
  7. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  8. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  9. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Week 18:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 6 ‘Algebra 2’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. Solve questions of Chapter 16 ‘Logical Reasoning’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation’.
  3. Continue solving questions of Chapter 22 ‘Reading Comprehension Based on Social Science’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  4. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  5. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  6. Take ‘2 Mocks’ from CATKing online test series. Analyze the mock and note down your strengths and weakness. Work on the weakness.
  7. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  8. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  9. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Week 19:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 7 ‘Percentage, Profit and Loss’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. Solve questions of Chapter 14 ‘Data Tabulation’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation’.
  3. Start solving questions of Chapter 23 ‘Reading Comprehension Based on Natural Science’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  4. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  5. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  6. Take ‘2 Mocks’ from CATKing online test series. Analyze the mock and note down your strengths and weakness. Work on the weakness.
  7. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  8. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  9. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Week 20:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 8 ‘Geometry’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. Solve questions of Chapter 15 ‘Data Sufficiency’  from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation’.
  3. Continue solving questions of Chapter 23 ‘Reading Comprehension Based on Natural Science’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  4. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  5. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  6. Take ‘2 Mocks’ from CATKing online test series. Analyze the mock and note down your strengths and weakness. Work on the weakness.
  7. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  8. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  9. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Week 21:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 9 ‘Mensuration’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. Start solving questions of Chapter 24 ‘Reading comprehension Based on Humanities’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  3. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  4. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  5. Take ‘2 Mocks’ from CATKing online test series. Analyze the mock and note down your strengths and weakness. Work on the weakness.
  6. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  7. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  8. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Week 22:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 10 ‘Time, Distance and Work’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. Continue solving questions of Chapter 24 ‘Reading comprehension Based on Humanities’ from ‘CATKing Study package(Green)-  Verbal Reasoning’.
  3. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  4. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  5. Take ‘2 Mocks’ from CATKing online test series. Analyze the mock and note down your strengths and weakness. Work on the weakness.
  6. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  7. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  8. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Week 23:

  1. Prepare the quants topics Chapter 11 ‘Permutation, Combination and Probability’ from the Catking ‘CATKing Study package(Green)- Quantitative Ability’.
  2. For all the topics prepared in the week solve all the questions. Focus on building the concept more than cracking the question.
  3. Mark the questions that are difficult so that while revising you get a clear picture of which questions you can quickly look through.
  4. Take ‘3 Mocks’ from CATKing online test series. Analyze the mock and note down your strengths and weakness. Work on the weakness.
  5. Don’t get demotivated or overconfident by whatever you score. This is just one mock. There are a lot others. Focus on the learning.
  6. Spend  15 minutes on flash card and memorize 10 words per day  to improve the vocabulary
  7. Read news daily from a newspaper or an app on your phone.  advised news channels that can be used are the Hindu, The Economic Times, Indian Express and Mint.

Week 24:

  1. Revise all basic concepts for quants, verbal analysis and LRDI.
  2. Keep in mind your strength and weakness for each of the topics.
  3. Look through a few questions from CATKing Study package- Quantitative Aptitude, Verbal Reasoning, Logical reasoning and Data Interpretation.
  4. Understand the pattern of the exam and the type of questions that come.
  5. Revise all the words you have memorised.
  6. Don’t struggle hard on anything. It’s the time to relax.
  7. Focus your energy towards positivity.
  8. Watch inspiring videos and free yourself from any sort of inhibitions.
  9. Don’t stress yourself.
  10. Keep calm and patient. The test is no big deal. With the right strategy Cat is an easy piece of cake. Relax yourself and distract yourself

Day 1:

  1. Revise all basic concepts for quants.
  2. Keep in mind your strength and weakness in Quantative Aptitude.
  3. Look through a few questions from CATKing Study package- Quantitative Aptitude
  4. Understand the pattern of the exam and the type of questions that come.

Day 2:

  1. Revise all basic concepts for Verbal Analysis.
  2. Keep in mind your strength and weakness in Verbal Analysis.
  3. Look through a few questions from CATKing Study package-  Verbal Reasoning
  4. Understand the pattern of the exam and the type of questions that come.

Day 3:

  1. Revise all basic concepts for LRDI.
  2. Keep in mind your strength and weakness in Verbal Analysis.
  3. Look through a few questions from CATKing Study package-  Logical reasoning and Data Interpretation.
  4. Understand the pattern of the exam and the type of questions that come.

Day 4:

  1. List down all the strengths and weakness of each section and design a strategy for attempting the exam.
  2. Revise all the words you have memorised.
  3. Continue practicing questions from the study package.

Day 5:

  1. Continue practicing questions from the study package.
  2. Keep strategizing for the exam. Look through questions you took more time or questions you had to attempt twice.
  3. Keep revising all the words from before.

Day 6:

  1. Don’t struggle hard on anything. It’s the time to relax.
  2. Focus your energy towards positivity.
  3. Watch inspiring videos and free yourself from any sort of inhibitions.

Day 7:

  1. Don’t stress yourself.
  2. Keep calm and patient. The test is no big deal. With the right strategy Cat is an easy piece of cake. Relax yourself and distract yourself

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