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Verwin Mouni Roy
Does it make sense for me to quit my job to prepare for CAT?
Verwin Posted Date Posted on 4/5/2019
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Verwin Sabita Samuel Sabita Samuel Verwin Posted DateAnswered on 13/5/2019Expert
Hello there... Please ponder on the following before taking a decision:
  1. Do you have excellent English vocabulary?
  2. Do you have excellent analytical skills?
  3. Are you super good in Math - the kind asked in CAT?
  4. Are you single minded about achieving things in a focused manner?
If you answer is YES to all the above..... then definitely go ahead, quit your job & prepare for CAT.
CAT is a very tough and competitive exam that requires very rigorous preparations even if you are good in Maths, Analytical ability and English. To crack it, focused preparation and the will to put in that extra effort for the reward is required; this will happen only if you quit and dedicate to CAT.
But if you are half hearted about your goal of CAT or if you need to financially support your family then, prepare for 4 -5 hours every day for at least 3 months, take some CAT practise tests, time yourself and then decide on your course of action. 
Verwin Niveditha V Niveditha V Verwin Posted DateAnswered on 8/5/2019
Ideally it is preferred to prepare for CAT via online/ weekend coaching during your job stint. I have also seen cases where quitting the job before 3-4 months before CAT has helped folks achieve their goals.
Verwin Divya B Divya B Verwin Posted DateAnswered on 4/5/2019
There's no absolute answer to this question. It really depends on you... your calibre, experience level, mindset and motivation to clear CAT. If you are just looking for monetary benefits then various things will distract you. You will come across various other opportunities to earn well and you wont be able to focus on your preparation because the sole purpose of doing an MBA itself is challenged. Try to understand why you want to do an MBA. No one can tell you this. It is for you to decide. Take a final decision and then there should be no looking back.
Verwin Mouni Roy
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Does it make sense for me to quit my job to prepare for CAT?
Hello there... Please ponder on the following before taking a decision:
  1. Do you have excellent English vocabulary?
  2. Do you have excellent analytical skills?
  3. Are you super good in Math - the kind asked in CAT?
  4. Are you single minded about achieving things in a focused manner?
If you answer is YES to all the above..... then definitely go ahead, quit your job & prepare for CAT.
CAT is a very tough and competitive exam that requires very rigorous preparations even if you are good in Maths, Analytical ability and English. To crack it, focused preparation and the will to put in that extra effort for the reward is required; this will happen only if you quit and dedicate to CAT.
But if you are half hearted about your goal of CAT or if you need to financially support your family then, prepare for 4 -5 hours every day for at least 3 months, take some CAT practise tests, time yourself and then decide on your course of action. 
Verwin Sabita Samuel
Answered on: 13/5/2019
Ideally it is preferred to prepare for CAT via online/ weekend coaching during your job stint. I have also seen cases where quitting the job before 3-4 months before CAT has helped folks achieve their goals.
Verwin Niveditha V
Answered on: 8/5/2019
There's no absolute answer to this question. It really depends on you... your calibre, experience level, mindset and motivation to clear CAT. If you are just looking for monetary benefits then various things will distract you. You will come across various other opportunities to earn well and you wont be able to focus on your preparation because the sole purpose of doing an MBA itself is challenged. Try to understand why you want to do an MBA. No one can tell you this. It is for you to decide. Take a final decision and then there should be no looking back.
Verwin Divya B
Answered on: 4/5/2019