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Know all about CAT & Beyond CAT ? Tune in to TIMES NOW to get an edge

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Know all about CAT & Beyond CAT ? Tune in to TIMES NOW to get an edge

 

MUMBAI : TIMES NOW, the 24-hour English news television channel will telecast a special series, titled ?Countdown to CAT? that provides valuable information and assurance on the Common Aptitude Test (CAT) to help young MBA aspirants achieve their supreme goal - admission to the prestigious IIM?s and other premiere management institutes across the country.

Starting Sunday 12 November, TIMES NOW addressed various aspects of the admission test in a special series- Countdown to CAT. The series will be aired everyday at 7 am, 9 am and 11 am and across the news wheel during the day. The series will provide insights on both how to bell the CAT by presenting CAT facts and by bringing together CAT aspirants through CAT communities and life beyond CAT.

Commenting on the special series on CAT, Arnab Goswami ,Editor- in- Chief, TIMES NOW said, ?Countdown to CAT isn?t just about preparing for CAT this year. We?re going far beyond last minute tips, because those taking the CAT exam have been preparing for months now already. We?re looking at life at the IIMs, career prospects and options for those taking the exam, and the whole issue of how far an IIM MBA can take you. In short, the show is not just aimed at this year?s aspirants.?

Countdown to CAT ? brings together CAT communities on the Internet whose members study, debate, share course material for CAT online and meet at regular intervals at a coffee shop. The series will also talk about the online test centers, quick tips on the entrance exams.

The series goes beyond CAT and presents tips on Cracking the interview and making a mark at the group discussion, Career prospects after CAT ? looking beyond a corporate job, Life at IIM and Beating the CAT Stress. CAT FACTS ? special nuggets within the series will focus on little facts, on scholarships, financial aids etc. In short, the show is not only for this year?s aspirants, but budding aspirants...

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