by Shashank Prabhu | Nov 29, 2016 | CAT and OMET, Quant

This is the first post in the CAT 2016 Sprint Preparation Series – Geometry. We have posted 20 questions from previous year CAT papers, forums, mock tests, and other entrances that are on par with the level of difficulty you can expect in CAT 2016. We will be...
by Shashank Prabhu | Nov 29, 2016 | CAT and OMET, LRDI, Quant, Verbal

Hello all! With CAT 2016 in its last week, tensions would be high and students would be anxious to prove themselves on the big stage. To support you in this journey (as we have always J), we bring to you this final CAT 2016 series called the CAT 2016 Last Lap...
by Prasad Sawant | Nov 21, 2016 | CAT and OMET, Quant

In this post, we will go through a concept which is typically asked in logical puzzles and brain teasers. Pigeonhole principle may sound a little hard to understand if one just reads the principle, but once you understand the logic, it becomes extremely simple. Read...
by Shashank Prabhu | Nov 4, 2016 | CAT and OMET, Quant

A lot of time, there are questions from triangles become too complicated to visualize and the textbook way of solving them is through the concept of similarity between triangles. In this article, I will introduce the concept of solving these questions through mass...
by Shashank Prabhu | Aug 1, 2016 | CAT and OMET, Quant

The concept of negative remainders If the remainder of a mod b is n, the remainder can also be written as (n-b). For e.g. Remainder of 100 divided by 7 is 2 but it can also be written as (2 – 7) = -5. This is called the negative remainder. This is not just useful for...
by Prasad Sawant | May 25, 2016 | CAT and OMET, CET, MAT, CMAT, Quant, Quant

The commonly used methods to find the Highest Common Factor (HCF) or the Greatest Common Divisor (GCD) are the prime factorization method and the simultaneous division method. There is another method (less popular) to find HCF which is extremely useful in certain...