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CAT Diagnostic cum Scholarship Test for CAT 2014 Aspirants

CAT Diagnostic cum Scholarship Test

Take a look at the following points to know why a CAT 2014 aspirant shouldn't miss it :

  • Up to 100% scholarship for the toppers
  • Take Diagnostic Test to know where you stand
  • National benchmarking among largest peer group
  • Get in-depth test analysis

General Instructions:

  • To take the test, register yourself at TCYonline.com
  • Book your seat by just paying the test fee of just Rs 50/- only
  • Candidates will receive a confirmation mail after the payment
  • You can take the Test any time, any day from 18th April to 23rd April, 2014

 For more details, Visit at official CAT Diagnostic Test page

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Two Additional Attempts for UPSC’s Civil Services Examination from 2014

Civil Services Examination – Relaxation on Number of Attempts

Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Govt. of India has just released a notice mentioning that Government has approved “two additional attempts to all categories of candidates w.e.f. Civil Services Examination 2014, with consequential age relaxation of maximum age for all categories of candidates, if required.

There is no restriction on number of attempts by a candidate belonging to Scheduled Castes (SCs) and Scheduled Tribes (STs) and a candidate belonging to other Backward Class is allowed to attempt Civil services examination as many as seven times.

Check official announcement @ https://persmin.gov.in/AIS1/Docs/MoreAttempts.pdf

Important Dates for CSAT 2014

Event Date
Date of notification 17-05-2014
Last date of receipt of application 16-06-2014
Date of CSAT 2014 24-08-2014

Visit and Join TCYonline.com for latest updates and CSAT 2014 Preparation

 

How to Fix Your Carelessness in Exams and Remain Honest with Yourself ?

Carelessness in exams

Time and again I have seen students, relegating serious mistakes ad careless ones. This tendency could turn out to be fatal. Be it a grave or careless mistake, end of the day, the penalty levied would be the same. So if you know that it is just a careless mistake, then do not undermine its significance. Fixing your carelessness is easier than acquiring new concepts. Be honest with yourself and fix your carelessness.

If you've ever attributed a math error to "carelessness"(and let's be honest—you have) then this post is for you. So often do I see students blame their mistakes on "carelessness," in fact, that the poor word has lost its meaning in the context of competitive exams? This post is an effort to restore its dignity.

Carelessness, in my experience, can mean one (or more than one) of the following:

  • Misreading the question
  • Misbubbling the answer
  • Arithmetic or simple algebra errors
  • Self-delusion

To avoid misreading the question, always give the question one final read before you bubble your answer to make sure you found the answer the test is actually asking for.

To avoid misbubbling, bubble sedulously, and then double check your bubbling. You should check once as you're bubbling, and then if you have time at the end of a section, go back through and make sure your answer sheet reflects the answers you've circled in your test booklet. This, by the way, is one great reason to actually use bubble sheets when you take practice tests. Because everyone misbubbles once in a great while, and if it happens to you during a practice test, you'll be that much more likely to be careful on the real thing.

 

The Importance of Full-Length Timed Practice Tests (Mock Tests)

There’s something very enticing about practice tests. They appear productive. They seem like they’re giving you a competitive on “the real thing”. And there’s always that secret hope that this time you’ll knock it out of the park and you can finally stop studying.

Often times, I have seen students making the fatal mistake of skipping the practice test before they start preparing. Yes, you heard it right BEFORE they start preparing. They have myriad excuses for the same. But this is one such test, which will tell you exactly where you stand and what to put in to reach your coveted school. Some even call it a Diagnostic Test. Whatever you call it, but do take the test.

Importance of Full Length Tests

Take the test the way it is meant to be taken

Simulate all the conditions of the actual test. There are some unforgivable do nots. Let’s have a look.

 

IBSAT 2013 : Day 1

IBSAT 2013 kicked off from Monday, December 16, 2013. The test was successfully conducted across 95 centers all over India.

As declared earlier IBSAT 2013 is an objective multiple choice type question exam. It is a computer based exam which is held in a window of 22 days from December 16, 2013 – January 07, 2014.

The Exam Pattern includes 4 sections, Verbal ability, Reading Comprehension, Quantitative aptitude, Data Sufficiency & data interpretation.The total number of questions is140 and the duration 120 minutes, i.e. 2 hours. There is no negative marking in the IBSAT 2013 Exam Pattern.

Few aspirants are of the opinion that the paper is tough, with the Quantitative aptitude section being complex. However the Verbal ability and Data interpretation sections are found to be easier.

To avoid any last minute inconvenience, Students/Test takers who are new to the city must plan their journey to their respective centers well in advance.

Good luck and Best wishes!

For any queries related to IBSAT 2013 or IBS Admissions contact Tel: 040-23440963

Regards

G Prabha

Admission Officer

IBS Business School

# 65, Nagarjuna Hills, Punjagutta, Hyderabad – 500 082

Andhra Pradesh, INDIA.

Email: ibsat@ibsindia.org, www.ibsindia.org

 
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