CAT Exam Syllabus
The primary syllabus for the CAT exam is all the topics a person has studied till class 12. In Verbal And Reading Comprehension, you will have to answer inferences, reading comprehensions, complete sentences, and para jumbles. Under the Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning section, you will have to attempt questions based on graphs, seating, tables, Blood Relation, syllogism, Data cases, and many more. Quantitative Aptitude consists of questions based on geometry, algebra, measurement, time, work, and number systems.
Verbal and Reading Comprehension
It is the first section of the test and has to be answered first. This section commonly has three types of questions: jumbled paragraphs, summary questions, and odd sentences in paragraph jumbles. In this section, there would be a total of 26 questions.
Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning
In this section, you will have to attempt questions that contain data in the forms of column charts, Venn diagrams, pie charts, bar charts, and lines. There would be questions similar to puzzles to improve the logical reasoning of a person. Under this section, there would be a total of 24 questions.
In the Quantitative Aptitude section, you will have to attempt questions under HCF, LCM, percentages, averages, complex numbers, sequences, series, binomial theorems, and geometry. According to the latest research for CAT 2021, there would be 26 questions under Quantitative Aptitude.