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    Should i start preparations of CAT during B.Tech. from IIT?

    I am studying at iit madras first year aerospace engineering.I want do my MBA at iim very badly.having no idea of how the CAT exam goes , type of preparations required ,and the ability ,I really wanted some serious suggestions by some of my seniors in CAT exam preparation.pls give me some suggestions on how to commence my prep.I wil b very much thankful for ur reply...

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    Kirti Kachhadiya is offline Junior Member Kirti Kachhadiya is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Should i start preparations of CAT during B.Tech. from IIT?

    Dear Candidate,

    You Can Start Preparation For MBA Entrance at any point of time,Preparation In Advance Help You To Get Better Result By Effective Performance.

    Please Go Through Important ATTACHMENT contains crucial information about How to get ELIGIBLE for IIM as well as How to get PREPARE for CAT

    I Hope Both Attachment Will Guide You In Proper Direction

    For More Help Contact With Reply..
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    Re: Should i start preparations of CAT during B.Tech. from IIT?

    you can start preparation for cat doing b.tech from iiit ....
    IIT is also running some programs for the cat after 2nd year so you can join that program for better preparation or else you can take external training also
    form private institutes in your location......
    you have also option to download study material from the websites.....

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