1.what is the basic requirements for preparing exam for cat.
2. kindly give me information regarding some suggested books for cracking cat.
3.what is the syllebus for math & reasioning ?
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See below for answer of all your 3 queries-
1.ELIGIBILITY FOR CAT EXAM-
1.you should have completed graduation(minimum 3 year duration) in any stream from a recognized university.
2.you should have scored minimum 50% marks in graduation.
2.BOOKS FOR CAT EXAM-
> CAT MBA Entrance Examination ( Mathematics ) by - R S Aggarwal
> MBA Entrance Examinations ( Mathematics ) by - Himanshu Goyal
> CAT MBA Entrance Examinations by - Thorpe/ Edgar
> MBA Entrance Examination ( Quantitative Aptitude ) by - Sulava
3.SYLLABUS OF MATHS AND REASONING-
MATHS- Number systems, geometry, trigonometry , probability, permutation combination, algebra, mensuration, time and work, averages, percentages, profit and loss, quadratic and linear equations, etc.
REASONING- Clocks, calendars, binary logic, seating arrangement, blood relations, logical sequence, assumption, premise, conclusion, linear and matrix arrangement, etc.
good luck
You should have completed graduation with minimum 50% marks.
Maths syllabus
Arithmetic
Number Systems and Number Theory
Percentages
Profit and Loss
Simple & Compound Interest
Speed, Time and Distance
Pipes and Cisterns
Races
Averages
Ratio, Proportion
Mixtures and Alligations
Algebra
Linear and Quadratic Equation
Logarithm
Progressions - AP, GP, HP
Binomial Theorem
Inequalities
Permutation & Combination
Probability
Function
Set Theory
Geometry
Geometry
Co ordinate Geometry
Trigonometry
Mensuration
Reasoning
Graphs, Pie Charts and Tabular Data given
Family Puzzles
Data Sufficiency
Circular sitting arrangement
Sitting Arrangement
Averages
Quant Based Logic
Distribution
Ordering and Sequencing
Selections
Routes and Networks
Binary Logic
Cubes
Venn Diagrams
Other Areas