Rajeev Markanday has worked in the education industry for more than twenty years. He has also authored various books on competitive exams of S Chand Publications, including the best sellers Maths 18 days Wonder & Maths 30 days Wonder, English 18 days Wonder etc in partnership with KJS Khurana, a Quant instructor at Bullseye. He has a great sense of humor and is very popular amongst students as well as his team.
Shaila Sharma is an expert Verbal Ability at Bullsye who has been mentoring CAT Aspirants for last five years. She has also trained students in various universities and colleges for Campus Placement Tests & other competitive exams.
Vocabulary forms an important area of various competitive CAT and Non CAT exams. Throughout the course, students receive classroom-like hand-holding at every step of the course. It includes a dedicated course manual, guiding a student with actionable steps to ensure comprehensive and result-oriented learning. Course includes: 7 videos lectures, 1 live lecture, 1 eBook, 50 plus practice questions
Knowledge of words is the backbone of scoring well in the verbal section. It will help you in scoring well in sentence completion and analogy based questions giving you an edge over others even during the Group Discussion phase. Strong vocabulary will also help you in writing effective and persuasive essays. At the completion of this course you will be able to realize the significance of reading and learn tricks to learn new words along with their meaning. You will be able to use certain words more effectively and learn a lot from the previously asked questions. This section will cater to all your vocabulary needs for competitive examinations.
Emphasis will be given on vocabulary for analogies which will further help in understanding this language well. An analogy is a similarity that is drawn between two different, but sufficiently similar events, situations, or circumstances. A verbal analogy draws a similarity between one pair of words and another pair of words. To master this section be well prepared with basic grammar and word usage.