At Alchemist we welcome all questions from our students whether in form of subject doubts and/or otherwise and we endeavour to bring instant clarity. Below are some of the frequently asked questions. In case you have questions that are not listed below then please contact us directly and we will be happy to resolve your query.

Apersonalized training program gets customized to every student’s individualrequirement. Unlike fixed batch system, personalized training program will give you an opportunity to devotefocus and attention to topics that are more important to you. This is the best way to optimize your effort and time to crack CAT.

The complete syllabus of CAT is divided into 13 different independent modules which cover all the required topics from the following sections:

  1. Quantitative Ability
  2. Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning
  3. Verbal Ability

Similarly, syllabus of GMAT is divided into 9 different modules covering topics from the following sections:

  1. Quantitative Ability
  2. Verbal Ability
  3. Integrated Reasoning and Data Sufficiency

As the modules are not interdependent, one need not take these modules in a specific sequence. Thus, anyone can build a personalized time table suiting one’s schedule and at the same time reap maximum benefit.

The skills required for both GMAT and CAT are very similar. The exams, however, do differ in their formats and thus the method of preparation would differ a little too. GMAT is an adaptive test. Adaptive tests adapt to the examinee’s ability level. Besides testing a candidate’s analytical reasoning, quantitative and verbal skills, it also tests the candidate’s writing skill through Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA).

Yes. All MBA entrance exams are in essence aptitude tests including CAT. However, you might have to prepare specially for certain extra sections such as General Knowledge and Essay Writing for exams like XAT, SNAP and IIFT.

Speed plays a very vital role in any MBA entrance exam. Alchemist provides Speed Testing tests for individual topics. Through this, one not only improves questions solving speed but also gets to practice a large variety of questions.

Yes. One can attend the same topic from different faculty members.

One can repeat the same topic multiple times.

A student has two options in such a situation:

  • Repeat the same module multiple times till the time he/she is confident enough.
  • Go for Basic level modules and study a concept from the scratch
  • The timings and the center is chosen by the student as per his/her convenience.

    The class strength is limited to 25 students.

    The modular system at Alchemist allows the student to do the bookings as per his/her availability and free timings. Classes run from 10 AM in the morning till 7 PM in the evening in 2 hours slots. One can book the most convenient time slot.

    The student will be duly notified of the registration start and end date for college and exam applications.

    Take a free SWOT test and find out your strengths and weaknesses. This test is apt for all CAT aspirants. To take the test

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    Preparation time for CAT may vary from student to student. The first step for preparation for any exam requires to identify one’s strengths and weaknesses. At Alchemist, we have designed a 90 minute diagnostic test at the end of which a customized SWOT analysis will be given. This will give the student section-wise break-up of time one needs to spend on preparation depending on the current aptitude level. One can begin the preparation accordingly. Please click here to take the diagnostic test.

    Yes, at alchemist we offer complete solution to ensure you make it to a top B-School of your choice. This includes training for capabilities beyond entrance exam. Keeping up with the latest trends we have designed modules and program especially to train youfor the selection process of top B-schools.Connect with our team to understand about admission and selection process of top B Schools.

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