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'Do not leave grouped questions for the end' - Ask the Expert - Week 3
 

'Do not leave grouped questions for the end' - Ask the Expert - Week 3

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Welcome to Ask the Expert section again. We are in our Week 3 now. CAT 2013 preparations are in full swing now. This week's questions are answered again by a veteran -- Hasmukh Agarwal - MyOrangeSlate on most candidates' Achilles heel - Verbal RC Section. Buy MyOrangeSlate Products at a 10% Discount using discount code InIIM-XXLRVR : http://insideiim.com/product-tag/courses-by-myorangeslate-com/

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    'Do not leave grouped questions for the end' - Ask the Expert - Week 3 'Do not leave grouped questions for the end' - Ask the Expert - Week 3 Presentation Transcript

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    • Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension Watch or Listen to the Video while going through this PPT
    • Buy MyOrangeSlate Products at a 10% Discount using discount code InIIM-XXLRVR here in the InsideIIM.com Career Store
    • Which of the following can/cannot be inferred from the passage? What point does the author make in her remark about the liability insurance? Author takes the example of ____ in order to prove which of the following? After reading the first three paragraphs of the passage; if you were to ask a question to the author, which of the following question is most appropriate? Which of the following is the author most likely to agree with? Q#1 – Should I read Questions First or Answers First ?
    • Which of the following is mentioned in the passage? One of the properties of early days scientific research was… Author does not mention which of the following? In response to which of the following does author mention the instance of…? Q#1 – Should I read Questions First or Answers First ?
    • Very Important? Conventional means – Reading, Using dictionary, making flash cards, focusing on roots, taking practice tests Unconventional Means – Making Classified Flash-Cards More importantly, must appreciate the need for vocabulary and work towards it. Q#2 – How Important is Vocabulary?
    • No definite order, but – - Do not keep grouped questions in the end - At least a few individual questions should be kept aside for the last few minutes - Are you ‘indifferent kind’ or ‘emotional kind’? Or in other words ‘optimally competitive’ or ‘highly competitive’ - Should focus on your strengths and weaknesses - Try out various order and combinations during Mock-Tests Q#3 – Should I attempt Logic First or Verbal/RC first ?
    • Focus should be on type of questions And on Comfort level And on thought process / approach And not just on attempts and accuracy Q#3 – How should I analyze Verbal Section in Mock Tests?
    • Buy MyOrangeSlate Products at a 10% Discount using discount code InIIM-XXLRVR here in the InsideIIM.com Career Store