NUMBER OF QUESTIONS
The CAT 2021 exam had a total of 66 questions. There were 24 verbal questions, 20 logical reasoning and data interpretation questions, and 22 quantitative aptitude questions.
IMPORTANT POINTS TO BE KEPT IN MIND
One thing to keep in mind is that the structure is not fixed and changes from year to year.
Let’s take a look at the verbal section’s structure. There were four different reading comprehensions. There were four questions in each Reading comprehension. This means that there were a total of 16 reading comprehension questions. The difficulty level was the same across all slots, with either long passages or difficult questions. Questions in Verbal Ability ranged from para jumbles to odd one out and para summary.
DATA INTERPRETATION AND LOGICAL REASONING
The number of questions in Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation was limited to four question sets. Two sets contained six questions each, while the other two contained four questions each. LRDI was the easiest to find in slot three.
Questions in Quantitative Aptitude were dominated by Algebra, Arithmetic, and Modern Maths, with slot 3 being the most difficult.