What are CAT Module Tests?

Modified on Wed, 3 Apr at 8:48 PM

Q: What are CAT Module Tests?

A: CAT Module Tests are sectional practice tests offered by IMS Learning Resources to help students prepare for the Common Admission Test (CAT) exam. These tests focus on specific areas within the CAT syllabus, such as Verbal Ability (VA), Data Interpretation (DI), Logical Reasoning (LR), and Quantitative Ability (QA).

Q: How are CAT Module Tests helpful?

A: CAT Module Tests provide several benefits:

  • Targeted Practice: Focus on specific areas of strength or weakness.
  • Concept Reinforcement: Test your understanding of key concepts within each module.
  • Time Management Practice: Get used to working under timed conditions similar to the actual CAT exam.
  • Performance Evaluation: Identify areas for improvement and track your progress over time.

Q: How often can I take the CAT Module Tests?

A: CAT Module Tests are typically available during specific windows throughout the CAT preparation period. You can access them through your myIMS student portal when a testing window is open.

Q: Are there any fees associated with CAT Module Tests?

A: The availability of CAT Module Tests may depend on the IMS Learning Resources program you're enrolled in. Some programs may include access as part of the course fee, while others might require an additional purchase.

Please check the notification tab in your myims portal for the updates.

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