Why don’t you use that time to do something that you truly wish to do?(don’t tell me you always dreamt of becoming an investment banker and rip the poor in china)Anyways, few things that I have learnt from JEE experience is that you don’t treat any exam to be greater than you. They don’t define you, they don’t judge you and all the rest of crap that your coaching teacher said are infact cent percent true.
Doing coaching after 10th is fine in my opinion, or at least it was at my time(I did it, so you won’t hear anything against it from me). You need some competition to charge yourself up, you actually learn stuff at an astounding rate, and probably it’ll be the most fun time of your life, if you were in Kota.
Anyways, getting back to CAT and my 2 cents on it.
Why you don’t need any coaching?
- CAT only tests your Maths skills till Xth standard. So, if you genuinely want to do coaching; go take Xth class tuition :/
- English is a language, If you have been successful after doing coaching, it’s because of your efforts not the coaching institutes.
- If you are appearing for CAT and seriously want to do an MBA, you need to learn to manage yourself and set your priorities right before managing the world.