CAT doesn’t have a fixed syllabus. Most of the questions asked are from 8-10 maths and English topics. Last year, among 66 questions, 18 were TITA questions and 48 were MCQs. CAT syllabus has been the same for some years. The only difference is that the number of questions has been reduced to 66 mquestions from 100. Majorly from three subjects, the CAT exam question paper is covered- maths, english, data analysis.

All mathematics topics from classes 9 and 10—such as arithmetic, geometry, algebra, trigonometry, and mensuration—are covered in this section. In this section majorly logical-based questions are asked. Since the last few years questions were more focused on arithmetic followed by algebra. Few questions were from geometry.

Speed, Time, and Distance | Profit, Loss & Discount |

LCM and HCF | Surds and Indices |

Complex Numbers | Number Systems |

Coordinate Geometry | Permutation and Combination |

Sequences & Series | Probability |

Binomial Theorem | Ratio and Proportions |

Trigonometry | Inequalities |

Mensuration | Set Theory |

Simple Interest | Partnership (Accounts) |

Logarithms | Averages |

Quadratic and Linear Equations | Compound Interest |

Ratio, Proportion, and Variation | Mixtures & Allegations |

This section cover topics such as Puzzles, Pie Charts, Tables, Bar Graphs, etc. 14 questions were asked from Data Interpretation and logical reasoning had 10 questions. Both of this sub-section have MCQ and non-MCQ type questions

- Logical Reasoning is about the logical study and its importance/application to everyday difficulties.
- Data Interpretation is nothing but the deriving equations from a given set of data.

Topics covered in the Logical Reasoning & Data Interpretation | |
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Seating Arrangement | Case lets |

Venn Diagram | Bar Graph |

Line Graph | Tables |

Puzzles | Data Sufficiency |

Blood Relations | Assumptions |

Combination of Graphs | Sets |

Propositions | Propositions |

Assumptions | Games and Tournaments |

Pie Charts | Logical Connectives |

Matching | Binary Logic |

This section covers English Grammar, para jumbles, Verbal Reasoning, and Reading Comprehension topics. The majority of the question in CAT 2022 was from Reading Comprehension, and 8 questions were from Verbal Ability. There are two types of para jumbles asked in the exam- multiple-choice and subjective para jumbles.

- Grammar and Vocabulary
- Verbal Reasoning
- Error Correction
- Facts
- Comprehensions
- Para Summary and related topics.

- The questions in the VARC section are divided into both MCQs and TITA Questions
- The total questions in VARC are 34.

Topics covered in the Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension | |
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Verbal Reasoning | Syllogisms |

Sentence Correction | Idioms and Phrases |

Analogies | Grammar or English Usage |

Sentence completion | Contextual usage |

Reverse Analogies | Synonyms and Antonyms |

Para Completion and inference | Summary Writing |

Fill in the Blanks | Verbal Logic |

Critical Reasoning | Jumbled Paragraph |

The 2023 CAT Syllabus is divided into three sections: Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension, Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning, and Quantitative Aptitude.

Passages, Para Jumbles, Summary, Sentence Completion, Odd Sentence Out, Antonyms & Synonyms, Error Detection, etc.

Profit & Loss, Time & Work, Time Speed & Distance, Mixtures, Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Averages, Lines & Angles, Circles, Triangles, Polygons, Area & Volume of 2D and 3D figures, Quadratic Equations, Series, Inequalities, Functions, Surds & Indices, P&C, Probability.

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