Criteria Cognitive Aptitude Test (CCAT) Preparation
This course is for those who want to prepare for Criteria Cognitive Aptitude Test (CCAT).
This practice test will give an idea of what a candidate could expect in the exam.
Have added six practice sets right now and will add a couple more in coming weeks.
In a test, there will be 50 questions on following 3 topics:
logic and math (basic calculations, average, percentage, permutation, probability, logical series, true/false/uncertain)
verbal reasoning (synonym, antonym, fill in the blanks, word relationship)
spatial reasoning (shape sequences changing spatially, clockwise/anticlockwise rotations)
Test Duration: 15 mins (Less than 20 secs per question)
Read questions properly. Don't spend much time on hard question. No negative marking, so do the best guess and move on. No option to come back to previous questions and you can't move to next question without answering the current one. Focus more on questions which match your strength. Try to manage time well and attempt all questions. Most of the time, later questions could be easier than previous ones and we should not leave them untried. The more questions you attempt, more chances to get better result. Spend time wisely per question.
This course is a practice test only. To learn concepts in detail, I created a separate course:
"Introduction to Criteria Cognitive Aptitude Test"
Who this course is for:
- All those who are taking Criteria Cognitive Aptitude Test (CCAT)
I did B. Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering in 2006 and then onward I have been working as software professional. I love to learn new things and teach all that I know to students. Teaching is my passion, something which I started in early age by teaching siblings and friends. I kept doing this when I grew older along with higher academics. I have been teaching students in person as well as online. Now I'm here to create courses on various topics I have learned by working throughout my carrier.