If you're going crazy trying to remember formulae and techniques to tear apart the CAT, the good news is that you can use something God gave you if you're lucky - common sense. The not-so-lucky ones will be introduced to it by Byju Raveendran.
If you're wondering who he is, he's a CAT 100 Percentiler and a National Math Olympaid Winner. If you're wondering when he'll grant you three wishes, it's on 11th July. Education Times is presenting a CAT workshop in association with Byju Raveendran at Hotel Balaji Palace in Secunderabad, starting at 6pm.
In Bangalore, the workshop was attended by over 500 aspirants. The talk will be based on Raveendran's unique methods in Math and Data Interpretation, in which 50 CAT level questions will be discussed. Byju Raveendran is one of India's leading CAT trainers with the unique achievement of personally sending more than 400 students to the IIMs in the last 2 years. 231 out of 1,800 of his students, whom he trained across Bangalore, Chennai and Mumbai, got calls from IIMs alone last year.
The workshop will discuss many shortcuts and strategies, including his copyrighted URL approach which will help a CAT taker solve questions at any level, all by using only common sense rather than an arcane formulae-based approach.
Please call or SMS 99667-08480 for further details.