Last Mile to CAT 2020: 1-Day event for CAT 2020 Aspirants

The virtual event will help learners get last minute guidance for the CAT 2020 examination
Sessions to be conducted by Top Unacademy Educators and IIM alumni

Bangalore: Unacademy, India’s largest learning platform, is conducting a one day event – Last Mile to CAT (LMC) 2020 for all CAT 2020 aspirants across the country on October 11, 2020. LMTC will provide learners with an opportunity to connect with Top Educators at Unacademy to gain insights on cracking one of the toughest examinations in the country.

 

This one day event is scheduled to take place from 9am to 8:30pm and will be packed with 5 sessions, 3 workshops, followed by the LMTC test and its analysis. The workshop and sessions will cover an essential level of topics for CAT 2020 and the LMTC test will contain questions on Quantitative Aptitude, Data Interpretation, Logical Reasoning, Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehensions. The test analysis will be conducted on October 12, 2020 from 9am to 1:30pm.

 

Below are the details of the event:

 

Sunday, October 11, 2020

45 days plan – Countdown Begins (9am to 12:30pm)
Round Technique and Time Management (2pm to 5:30pm)
B-school application strategy (6pm to 7pm)
Tips to stay motivated (7:30pm to 8:30pm)
LMTC Test (9pm to 11pm)

To view the complete schedule and be a part of the event, learners can visit the LMTC page and register for free.

 

Ravi Prakash Top Educator for CAT at Unacademy said, “Unacademy facilitates a holistic CAT preparation model for aspirants which are taught by top educators. Revolutionary teaching methods like free Live quizzes and workshops such as the Last Mile to CAT prove to be extremely beneficial to aspiring students. Unacademy has proven to be a pioneer in the online education sector”

 

Shabana, Top Educator for CAT at Unacademy said, “Achievement is largely the product of steadily raising one’s level of aspiration, expectation, and execution. The Last Mile to CAT will help you improve them and increase your confidence and self-belief for the exam.”

 

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