CAT Coaching

ECEC Education is now offering classroom training for CAT. CAT is the entrance exam for securing an admission to pursue a PGDM (Equivalent of MBA) from the IIMs. ECEC Education offers different courses for CAT (Common Admission Test to the Indian Institutes of Management).

ECEC Contact Program for CAT 2011 is designed to equip you to be better prepared for facing the exacting testing standards of CAT and tests administered by some of the best B-Schools in India. The 12 month long CAT training program at our coaching institute starts right from the basics of Math (Quant), Data Interpretation and English (Verbal) and walks you right up to advanced. CAT is the entrance exam for more than 100 institutes including 6 IIMs. The competition in this exam is going to be stiff as you would be competing with the best brains from across the country which is why the preparation required should be very rigorous.

CAT Syllabus

The questions in the CAT paper are generally not very difficult but there is always an exceptionally high emphasis on the speed required to solve the questions in the paper. Lets look at test patterns of CAT and other national level MBA entrance tests. CAT tests your skills in five broad areas viz.

  1. Verbal ability and reasoning
  2. Reading Comprehension
  3. Quantitative skills
  4. Data Interpretation
  5. Analytical and Logical reasoning.

Highlights of our Training

  • Comprehensive coverage of theory of each subject
  • Chapter wise, extensive practice of multiple choice questions, with unit tests, cumulative tests, full tests, and model tests in the class room.
  • Detailed study material for all the subjects with practical exercises and detailed solutions
  • Special focus on quantitative aptitude
  • Individual attention to all the students.
  • Highly qualified and well experienced faculty members.
  • Regular testing to track the performance – Unit wise tests and Cumulative tests.
  • Revision tests – assess student’s ability to solve the questions through integration of concepts.