DI (Data Interpretation) & LR (Logical Reasoning) are often considered the most challenging question types on the CAT. Both question types require a LOT of practice, particularly because these questions are likely to eat up most of your time on test day. It is thus essential that you understand what kind of DI/LR questions you need to focus on the most, because choosing a random set to start with may lead you to wasting a lot of your time. Once you are done with "your kind of" questions, you can always proceed to the more challenging ones and take your time with them.
The right choice is largely determined by comfort level and acumen for numbers, both of which are best developed through intensive discussions and active communication between fellow prep-aspirants. That's what this group is here for!
Here's your chance to:
ENGAGE with a community of CAT aspirants who have all developed their own niche for the subject. Ask questions and post answers.
ANALYZE your own flaws based on the flowing discussions and your performance on the practice tests.
IMPROVE your speed through interesting discussions about mental math and other logical hacks that your neighbor might just be a pro at.
LEARN to choose the easiest question sets to start out with by discovering your comfort zone. Your qualms and doubts are welcome.
PRACTICE and ideate your core strengths through challenges and healthy competition.
"Don’t practice until you get it right. Practice until you can’t get it wrong."
Let the discussions begin.