– Validity: Online CAT Coaching course will be valid till 31st January 2023
– Video Lectures: All Verbal Ability and RC topics for CAT & MBA exams covered in the course
– Weekly Live Classes: Weekly live classes ensuring regular interaction and in-depth concept coverage
– Special Reading Help: Daily Reading assistance with links, article summaries, and discussions.
– Practice RCs: 800+ Practice RCs divided across levels and types
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