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In the previous video Kevin gave us a brief introduction about the GMAT, here he continues to speak and sheds some light on the CAT or Computer Adaptive Test.
The CAT is a new intelligent system of testing wherein questions are generated by the computer. Each person is taking a test with a different set of questions from the other. The test starts with a medium-difficulty question. If the user answers it correctly, the next question generated by the computer algorithm is a bit tougher than the first question. Alternatively, if the user is not able to answer the first correctly the computer next generates a slightly easier question. Essentially, each subsequent question that is generated is based if the user answers the previous question correctly or not.
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