When it comes to a logic-based exam like CAT, no student can be categorized as an average student based on the marks. With proper guidance and practice, anybody can crack CAT, specifically the quant section. Start from fundamentals, clear your conceptual knowledge and practice meticulously. But before you delve deeper into it, understand this section properly.

## List of Topics Covered in CAT Quantitative Aptitude Section:

- Number Systems: It requires conceptual clarity to the hilt.
- Algebra: It constitutes a large amount of questions in CAT
- Arithmetic: Again, requires a clear understanding of basic concepts.
- Probability and Permutation/ Combination
- Geometry: It is a regular topic appearing in previous years’ CAT.
- Other topics like trigonometry, logarithms, set theory, etc.

Most of these CAT topics are based on NCERT pattern. Hence, you can start your preps for Quant from solving the math books from class 6^{th} to 12^{th}.

## What else you can do inside qs leap ?

## Here are the tips for preparation:

### Improve Conceptual Clarity:

This point is extremely important if you are looking forward to ace this test. Even if you are an average student, it doesn’t take any extra efforts to understand the basics of every topic covered under the quant syllabus. It enables you to attempt questions from any section appearing in the actual test.

## What else you can do inside qs leap ?

### Practice From Previous Year Papers:

The syllabus of Quant is well-distributed over different topics. You can easily relate to most of the questions. Hence, without losing your focus, solve the CAT quant papers from previous years. This will give you a better insight about your current knowledge level and areas that require improvement. After regular practice, you will understand the logic behind the questions and remember that most of the CAT questions are based on the similar concepts and logic.

### Make a Planned Study Schedule:

Even if you feel that quant syllabus is vast and extensive, you can streamline your study schedule by breaking it into phases. Define the number of days that you’ll spend on each topic and give equal time to every aspect of these topics.

### Note The Important Tricks:

Make it a habit to write all important tips, tricks, formulas, and explanations in a concise manner. Practice them regularly. Half of the quant syllabus will be prepared with this method.

Apart from these, work on data interpretation and never depend too much on the shortcut formula and obscure knowledge. With proper study plan and time management, you can complete the concepts of quant in nearly two months by regular practice.

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