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Word of the day Plot Noun: Secret plan  - The terrorist plot was thwarted.  Main events of a play or piece of writing  - The plot of that movie was not so effective. Small piece of land...
The real expectations from a Test Prep aspirant
A cursory glance at GRE, GMAT, SAT, ACT, LSAT and exams that students need to surpass in their efforts to study abroad reveal that students who take up these exams need to figure out that the following...

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One prominent trait that I have noticed in almost all students who are appearing for a competitive exam like CAT, CET, GMAT is the fear of fancy words i.e. Vocabulary. MYTH: I need to memorise the meanings...

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Himanshu Bhanawat | 26/08/2016

For aptitude test, one has to prepare equally for English language, Reasoning ability and quantitative aptitude. In the said subjects one has to prepare as follows: English Language : para-jumble, reading comprehension, synonyms, antonyms, cloze test etc. Reasoning : coding decoding, blood relation, puzzles, sitting arrangement, etc Quantitative aptitude : Numbers, Percentage, HCF/LCM, Profit and loss, Probability, Permutation and combination etc. Further, one can hire an professional tutor to get help and learn these chapters or purchase books available in market and practise these sections to develop aptitude. Hope this information helps.

Viraj Panchal | 27/08/2016

Aptitude tests consist basic math skills which we learnt during our 8 to 10th standard. Only questions are bit twsited in such test to make it difficult. Our appraoch should identify the core ideas and apply our logic. Practising is the best method to improve performance in aptitude tests. So just go through the math concepts and start practising..!!

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Gyan Sagar Institute | 21/01/2016

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Gaurva | 09/02/2016

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Gyan Sagar Institute | 21/01/2016

s correct because as per rules 3 distinct terms should be there and if one of the statement is particular then the answer will be in particular. So the answer should be some trees are holes or some holes are trees. so option 1 is correct.

Gaurva | 09/02/2016

s correct because as per rules 3 distinct terms should be there and if one of the statement is particular then the answer will be in particular. So the answer should be some trees are holes or some holes are trees. so option 1 is correct.

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Career Group Institute Chd. | 28/01/2016

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Varun Singh | 29/02/2016

CORPULENT is related to obesity and its an adjective . The Answer is Obese

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