A Meticulous Attention is required to read between the lines of notification

Though the intake capacity of the 20 IIMs is close to only 4,000 yet more than two lakh candidates appear for CAT every year conducted by IIMs on a rotational basis. Several terms and conditions along with CAT exam patterns usually don’t change every year hence any major shift from previous years should not be

Unorthodox approach and strategy required to master CAT Quantitative Ability questions

Quantitative ability is the section that can make or break your dream of landing at prestigious IIMs. If handled precisely it is the most rewarding part, at the same time hustling approach or lack of meticulous analysis can end in disaster as well, in the formof negative marking. This is the reason why this particular

Why Choose Edufoster CLAT Coaching Institute?

  30 Reasons to Choose Edufoster CLAT Institute! 1. Impeccable Administration: Strict administration and discipline for everyone including teachers, students and administrative staffs so that the students get the desired success in the examination. 2. Highly Qualified & Trained Faculty: Highly experienced as well as young & talented faculties are recruited with relevant experience in

The Edufoster Advantage for CAT Aspirants

Edufoster, as the name suggests has a very well defined vision in order to lead the CAT aspirants towards success in life.Our primary focus is to offer the students an extensive training in order to help them score high in CAT and other allied examinations such as SAT, MAT etc. We have a team of

Approach to identify Misfit sentence / Odd sentence

Odd / Misfit sentence is an extended, offshoot form of Para Jumbles where a Para jumble with out of context sentences will be given and you have to find the one sentence that misfits with respect to the theme or the context. Its comparatively recent pattern of question, initiated in 2012. Here, some approaches and

S+V Agreement and other grammar rules are vital for verbal section of MAT

Unlike CAT where 24 out of 34 questions of verbal ability are from comprehension only, Language comprehension section of MAT exam comprises only 20 questions from comprehension remaining questions are miscellaneous prominently from the topics such as Para Jumble; Fill in the Blanks; Verbal Reasoning; Syllogisms; Contextual usage; Analogies; Antonyms; Sentence Correction, Sentence