30CAT Mocks specially designed as per the CAT paper pattern.
Our CAT Test Series mock interface replicates the actual CAT Exam which helps in reducing the intimidation factor of the exam and ensures maximum efficiency. These are accompanied with Live Mock Discussions by our CL mentors for select mocks.
75+ Non-CAT Mocks to prepare you for the MBA Entrance Exams apart from CAT
This is split into 8 XAT, 10 NMAT, 10 SNAP, 7 IIFT, 5 TISSNET, 6 MICAT, 3 ISBAT, 5 CMAT, 4 MAT, 2 XGMT, 2 PGDBA and 15 MHCET.
Video Solutions for all 30 CAT Mocks and 3 XAT Mocks , 3 SNAP Mocks , 2 IIFT Mock and 2 NMAT Mocks
CL Mentors including GP, Gejo, Shivku, etc. will provide recorded attempts for select mocks. Understand how to go about attempting the mocks to maximize your score.
Topic Wise Tests - 5000+ Practice Questions.
45 Sectional Tests based on CAT Pattern
After you give a certain (threshold) number of mocks, our AI-Driven Percentile Predictor gives an estimate of how much you are likely to score in the CAT Exam.
Get access to comprehensive physical study material in the form of our well renowned CL's Fundabooks that cover every aspect of MBA entrance exams along with practice exercises.
- Countdown CATs will be opened for Only 2 Days – Saturday and Sunday as per the schedule.
- Countdown CATs will be conducted in 3 slots each day. The 3 slots are – 8:30 am to 10: 30 am, 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm, 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm.
- Once the test window closes, the test will reopen on the reopen date mentioned in the schedule and you can attempt the test as per your convenience.
- Live Analysis for Countdown CATs will be available at 7:30 pm on the analysis date mentioned in the schedule.
- Prime CATs once opened can be attempted at any time as per your convenience. The tests will be made available at 12:00 pm on the test date.
- Recorded Analysis of the Prime Mocks will be made available at 7:30 pm on the analysis date mentioned in the schedule.
I was a student of the Career Launcher's Test Series as a part of my CAT 2021 preparation. These test series helped me in a lot of ways, some of which are as follows; first, they gave me a good insight and regular practice strategy so that I could stay on track during my CAT preparation. Second, they gave me a real sense of where I stood with respect to my peers by giving me live percentiles, which were indicative of where I could stand a chance at CAT 2021. Third, the doubt sessions helped me clear all the doubts related to the test series related to the questions I wasn't able to solve, questions where I wanted to have an improved strategy. These gave me a good insight into what concepts I need to brush up on and how do I need to go further from the preparation strategy I already had. Overall, the Career Launcher test series is something I would recommend for test prep.
Along with a study partner, I enrolled in the Career Launcher Test Series, which was as comprehensive as we wanted it to be. We decided to spend roughly 100 days and 3 hours a day on the preparation. I was able to identify the Quantitative Ability section in CAT as my strength. I went through all relevant portions and made sure that my fundamentals were intact.
I started the CAT preparation with the CL test series and what I liked the most about the test series and the feature that really stands out is that every test was followed by an analysis. All the mentors used to get together every Sunday and discuss how the test was structured, the areas where people could have scored more, the questions attempted or left and how the performance could have improved. I gained a lot after all these discussions and all the analysis sessions.
Being a working professional, I did not have the time for regular classroom programs and that is why I took the test series. I really found them to be diverse and helpful, given that they cover all the topics.