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CET vs CAT - February 11th, 2010

It is important to understand difference between the two tests.

CAT is a test designed to select only top 1-2 percent from a large pool of students. As a result, it is a conceptual test, which is a good mix of moderate to difficult questions and where selection of questions is crucial.

On the contrary, CET is a test to have uniform distribution on both sides of normal curve. As a result, CET is designed as a speed-based test, which consists of easy to moderate questions. So attempting all of 200 questions in 150 minutes is a definitely achievable task, if not easy.

Again, in CAT one has to perform across all sections covering various areas of expertise
In CET there is no sectional cut-offs. Randomly distributed questions make things difficult if you want to attempt your preferred area of expertise across the test.

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