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CAT 2015 threw a few surprises for students
The Common Admission Test (CAT) 2015 threw a few surprises this year for aspirants seeking admission to the premier Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) on Sunday. Most students found the section on logical reasoning (LR) and data interpretation (DI) tougher than verbal and quant.
A student who got a centre at Pune, Siddharth S, said, "There were lot of surprises this year. Most questions were on reading comprehension (RC) and the remaining 10 on verbal were non-MCQs. There was nothing on grammar and vocabulary. However, the section was not tough. Only the LR section was difficult."
The test was conducted smoothly across centres, except for a few minor technical glitches. In some cases, the server crashed and in a sporadic case, the mouse of a students stopped functioning leading to wastage of time. However, the instances of glitches were fewer in comparison to previous years.
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