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Quant gives headache to CAT takers

12:46 AM Jun 02, 2019 | Free Press Journal Correspondant

INDORE: The Day- 16 of common admission test ( CAT) saw long faces of candidates. Reason? ‘ Quant questions’ were too tough. However, the overall difficulty level was moderate to difficult. According to test takers, the quantitative ability & data interpretation section was very tough. In the second section, verbal ability was of the moderate difficulty level and questions from logical reasoning were easy. Amit Jain, a test taker, said, “ Quant was unexpectedly difficult. Although he did anticipated it to be tough, the paper was beyond his expectation so far as the difficulty level is concerned. Even DI was tricky and tough.” Another candidate Anita Kaur echoed the same. “ The Quant questions were too tough to me. I did not encounter such difficult questions even in my mocks. DI was tricky too. I had a tough time solving the first section. The second section was manageable.” The quantitative ability area had questions from algebra, geometry, number system, P& C, mensuration, functions, trigonometry, time- space- distance, height & distance and logarithms. Geometry and mensuration had the highest number of questions ( four each).

DI too was tricky with two sets and eight questions.

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The verbal ability questions were moderate. One of the RC passages was quite lengthy and difficult to comprehend. The other questions were on para jumble, vocabulary, fill in the blanks, sentence correction, etc. CAT- 2012 has been taken by 1,39,138 candidates so far. The last day of CAT- 2012 is on November 6.

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Pregnancy of inmate

Medical report ready, to be handed over to court today

INDORE: All medical tests on 35- year- old woman, who got pregnant during her 10- month stay in Jhabua jail, have been conducted. The investigation committee of M Hospital handed over the report to the hospital superintendent, here on Wednesday. The committee of five doctors constituted by M Superintendent Dr PS Thakur had prepared the report after going through various diagnosis of the victim. “ I have received the report on Wednesday and it will be handed over to the court, on Thursday”, Dr Thakur said. When asked about the findings of the report, Dr Thakur said that it’s the matter of the court and the sealed report will be handed over to the court only. The report came almost after a week of the tests due to various government holidays. The report has raised the heart beats of both the jail officials of Indore and Jhabua again. The rumors claim that the reports on pregnancy are positive but on the other hand it also claimed the possibility of the report change also couldn’t be ruled out as it came a week after the tests.

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