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In quantitative ability section of CAT, students must be prepared for all kinds of questions like number system, factors, HCF, LCM, Percentage, profit and loss, time and speed, ratio, geometry, trignometry, algebra etc. Though the syllabus for most MBA exams is that of class 10 maths, yet the questions are tricky and hence a lot of preparation of all the topics is essential. Also, in certain MBA entrance exams one does find questions of higher maths as well, so special care should be taken to do Class maths as well.

**The Three step Approach to Prepare for Quantitative Ability Section Of CAT/MBA Entrance Exams
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**First step to prepare CAT Quantitative ability section:** The first step is to do basics, Start by doing arithmetic portion, including percentages, ratios, averages, profit and loss, time and speed, and so on. One must be thorough in these topics as they are used in maths as well Data interpretation sections. While doing the sums, always remember that all of them should be done mentally rather than with equations. Learn tables by heart. Things like percentages and fractions must also be learnt by heart. Also look for shorter cuts in doing sums.

**Second step to prepare CAT Quantitative ability section:** The second leg of preparation should involve doing the theorems of geometry and learning all formulae such as finding areas of triangles and quadrilaterals. Using concepts like Theorem of Appolonius, Pythagorean triplets, must also be learnt. Make a small diary in which all these formulae are written down, so that you can refer to it whenever you want.

**Third step to prepare CAT Quantitative ability section: **After doing the basics, do some sectional tests. Do them under timed conditions to see how you are performing in these mock and practice tests. Use each stage for learning: the sums you could not do, must be understood by looking at the solutions. Depending on the difficulty level of the practice test, see whether you are in the top performers or not. Below is the list of all quantitative ability tests that you can take to prepare for the quantitative ability section of Cat as well as other MBA entrance exams like MAT, SNAP, GMAT, XAT etc.

**Quantitative Ability Practice Tests for CAT/ other MBA Entrance Exams
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Mock / practice test-2 for Number system Mock / practice test-2 for Percentage

Mock / practice test-3 for Number system Mock / practice test-3 for Percentage

Mock / practice test-4 for Number system Mock / practice test-4 for Percentage

Mock / practice test-5 for Percentage

Mock / practice test-1 for Profit and loss Mock / practice test-1 for Average

Mock / practice test-2 for Profit and Loss Mock / practice test-2 for Average

Mock / practice test-3 for Profit and Loss Mock / practice test-3 for Average

Mock / practice test-4 for Profit and Loss Mock / practice test-4 for Average

Mock / practice test-5 for Profit and Loss Mock / practice test-5 for Average

CAT Quantitative Ability Practice Test-1

CAT Quantitative Ability Practice Test-2

CAT Quantitative Ability Practice Test-3

CAT Quantitative Ability Practice Test-4

CAT Quantitative Ability Practice Test-5

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