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Barring Quant, a shortened CAT 2020 turns out slightly more difficult

Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension were slightly more difficult than last year in the morning slot and grew even more difficult in the afternoon slot

Applicants appear in the Allahabad Central University (UGAT) entrance exam at an examination center, in Prayagraj on Saturday.
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Barring a few stray cases of social distancing norms being reportedly violated, aspirants found the test being conducted with safety measures intact

Vinay Umarji Ahmedabad
A shortened Common Admission Test (CAT) 2020 turned out to be a tad more difficult for aspirants in varying degree across the three slots conducted on Sunday, November 29. 

Gateway to the 20 premier Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) and over 110 non-IIM B-schools, the computer-based entrance test is usually divided into three sections, including Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (VARC), Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning (DILR) and Quantitative Ability (QA). Of these, aspirants and CAT experts found VARC and DILR to be a bit more difficult than previous year across slots.

While CAT aspirant Gavin Wagh found the paper

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First Published: Nov 29 2020 | 7:45 PM IST

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