An All-India (Common Admission Test) CAT Mock Test was conducted at Arya College for Boys in Ludhiana on Sunday. As many as 70 students preparing for CAT-14 as well as CAT-15 took the test.
Aspirants from Ludhiana as well as neighbouring cities-Phagwara, Jalandhar, Moga, Ferozepur, Sangrur and Patiala-appeared for the Mock CAT, which was conducted by city-based TCY learning solutions for free. The test results of all online and offline candidates would be collated and a realistic ranking would be provided to each.
A projected national percentile would be part of the report card that would highlight areas of improvement with proper analysis: question wise, topic wise, difficulty wise and time wise. This would help them steer their learning and preparation in the right direction.
A candidate said, "The test was of CAT quality and was finely balanced amongst the two sections -section 1 comprising verbal ability and logical reasoning and section 2 comprising quantitative aptitude and data interpretation."
An on-the-spot registration desk ensured prompt and convenient registration for all students, who could not register themselves prior to the test.
A faculty member, Vivek, said, "We are encouraged by the enthusiasm of the participants. We did not expect such an overwhelming response in Ludhiana."