One of the challenges for most aspirants is the prestigious and often perilous CAT. Before delving into this part of the actual story, we need to understand that most competitive exams with a higher number of students appearing in the same is a process of elimination and not selection and often prospects do not fundamentally relate to the difference.
In an elimination, the attempt is about value maximisation, which is to choose to attempt questions that have minimum throughput, but maximum output like quants, reasoning and DI. In the selection process, it is about value optimisation, where the attempt is to spread out with maximum throughput and maximum output.
So, should you quit your job to prepare for CAT?
Coming to the moot debate on whether to…