CAT practice makes perfect! In this post, we look at CAT Para Jumble questions (paragraph jumbles) and provide answers and explanations.
If you’re prepping for the CAT Verbal section, check out 10 strategies to prepare for CAT grammar to maximize your score!
If you’re trying to improve your Verbal score on CAT, practice your skills with our CAT paragraph summary questions, with answers and explanations.
To boost your CAT verbal score, practice your skills with our CAT paragraph completion questions before test day.
Based on recent CAT exams and the current official mock CAT test online, we can get a pretty good idea of the Verbal Ability Syllabus for the CAT.
Does the CAT test antonyms and synonyms anymore? Check out this post for up-to-date info about CAT antonym and synonym tips & tricks.
Both “that” and “which” can serve as two different parts of speech. Each word can be either a relativizer or a demonstrative.
If timing’s an issue for you on the CAT, check out our top tips to quicken your reading speed and boost your scores in CAT Verbal!
The CAT Verbal section represents more than 1/3 of your score. So it’s important to build those Verbal skills. Here are some tips to prep for CAT Verbal ability.
Many English idioms are informal. But idioms on the CAT are very formal and academic. As a result, idiom practice for the CAT can be a little tricky.