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#1
October 17th, 2012, 09:02 PM
 Super Moderator Join Date: Jun 2013

I have a sample paper. But you did not mention exam name. so here I am providing you some name of entrance exam as you want.

Entrance Exam

1. CAT
2. XAT
3. SNAP
4. MH-CET
5. CMAT
6. IBSAT
7. NMAT
8. MICA
9. IIFT

For MBA
Eligibility;
Applicants should have Bachelor's Degree (10+2+3 or 4) in any discipline;
Final year students can also apply.
Work experience will get extra weight age.
NRI / Company Sponsored applicants can seek admission based on their prior academic & professional record, Group Discussion and Personal Interview.

CAT EXAM paper

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#2
October 20th, 2012, 01:18 PM
 Super Moderator Join Date: Nov 2011

You want to apply at MBA entrance exam then you have to appear in CAT exam which conduct by IIM.

1. The price of Darjeeling tea (in rupees per kilogram) is 100 + 0.10 n, on the nth day of 2007 (n = 1, 2, ..., 100), and then remains constant. On the other hand, the price of Ooty tea (in rupees per kilogram) is 89 + 0.15n, on the nth day of 2007 (n = 1, 2, ..., 365). On which date in 2007 will the prices of these two varieties of tea be equal? (1) May 21 (2) April 11 (3) May 20 (4) April 10 (5) June 30

2. A quadratic function f(x) attains a maximum of 3 at x = 1. The value of the function at x = 0 is 1. What is the value of f(x) at x = 10? (1) –119 (2) –159 (3) –110 (4) -180 (5) -105

3. Two circles with centres P and Q cut each other at two distinct points A and B. The circles have the same radii and neither P nor Q falls within the intersection of the circles. What is the smallest range that includes all possible values of the angle AQP in degrees? (1) Between 0 and 90 (2) Between 0 and 30 (3) Between 0 and 60 (4) Between 0 and 75 (5) Between 0 and 45 Directions for Questions 4 and 5: Let S be the set of all pairs (i, j) where 1 ≤ i ≤ j < n and n ≥ 4. Any two distinct members of S are called “friends” if they have one constituent of the pairs in common and “enemies” otherwise. For example, if n = 4, then S = {(1, 2), (1, 3), (1, 4), (2, 3), (2, 4), (3, 4)}. Here, (1, 2) and (1, 3) are friends, (1,2) and (2, 3) are also friends, but (1,4) and (2, 3) are enemies.

4. For general n, how many enemies will each member of S have? (1) n – 3 (2) (3) 2n – 7
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October 28th, 2015, 12:50 PM
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I want to do MBA. So I need to clear entrance exam. So here can you provide me a sample paper of this exam?
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December 21st, 2016, 05:14 PM
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#5
August 8th, 2019, 03:04 PM
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Hi buddy here I am looking for CAT MBA entrance question papers for its exam preparation so will you plz let me know from where I can do download its paper on free of cost ??
#6
August 8th, 2019, 03:07 PM
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As you are asking for CAT MBA entrance question papers for its exam preparation so on your demand I am providing same :

Comprehension:
The only thing worse than being lied to is not knowing youre being lied to. Its true that
plastic pollution is a huge problem, of planetary proportions. And its true we could all do
more to reduce our plastic footprint. The lie is that blame for the plastic problem is wasteful
consumers and that changing our individual habits will fix it.
Recycling plastic is to saving the Earth what hammering a nail is to halting a falling
skyscraper. You struggle to find a place to do it and feel pleased when you succeed. But
your effort is wholly inadequate and distracts from the real problem of why the building is
collapsing in the first place. The real problem is that single-use plastic the very idea of
producing plastic items like grocery bags, which we use for an average of 12 minutes but
can persist in the environment for half a millennium is an incredibly reckless abuse of
technology. Encouraging individuals to recycle more will never solve the problem of a
massive production of single-use plastic that should have been avoided in the first place.
As an ecologist and evolutionary biologist, I have had a disturbing window into the
accumulating literature on the hazards of plastic pollution. Scientists have long recognized
that plastics biodegrade slowly, if at all, and pose multiple threats to wildlife through
entanglement and consumption. More recent reports highlight dangers posed by absorption
of toxic chemicals in the water and by plastic odors that mimic some species natural food.
Plastics also accumulate up the food chain, and studies now show that we are likely
ingesting it ourselves in seafood.
Beginning in the 1950s, big beverage companies like Coca-Cola and Anheuser-Busch,
along with Phillip Morris and others, formed a non-profit called Keep America Beautiful. Its
mission is/was to educate and encourage environmental stewardship in the public. . . . At
face value, these efforts seem benevolent, but they obscure the real problem, which is the
role that corporate polluters play in the plastic problem. This clever misdirection has led
journalist and author Heather Rogers to describe Keep America Beautiful as the first
corporate greenwashing front, as it has helped shift the public focus to consumer recycling
behavior and actively thwarted legislation that would increase extended producer
responsibility for waste management [T]he greatest success of Keep America Beautiful
has been to shift the onus of environmental responsibility onto the public while
simultaneously becoming a trusted name in the environmental movement.
So what can we do to make responsible use of plastic a reality? First: reject the lie.
Litterbugs are not responsible for the global ecological disaster of plastic. Humans can only
function to the best of their abilities, given time, mental bandwidth and systemic constraints.
Our huge problem with plastic is the result of a permissive legal framework that has allowed
the uncontrolled rise of plastic pollution, despite clear evidence of the harm it causes to
local communities and the worlds oceans. Recycling is also too hard in most parts of the
U.S. and lacks the proper incentives to make it work well.

CAT MBA entrance question papers for its exam preparation

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