What is a good CAT result?
Q: What is a good score in CAT? A: For IIMs, nothing less than 97-98 percentile is good but for other top MBA colleges 90-95 percentile is good. A majority of CAT test takers fall in the category of 80-90 percentile and 100s of B-schools accept candidates having CAT score in this range.
What happens after CAT result?
Major Steps After CAT 2021 Result is Declared: Analyze CAT 2021 Score and Search for Institutes. Apply for Admission in B-School – Check Application Deadlines of Colleges. Prepare Requisite Documents. Specialization Selection.
What is the pass mark for CAT exam?
A Candidate of Entry Level shall be declared to have passed in the Examination if he secures minimum 40% marks in each paper and an aggregate of 50% of total marks.
How long is CAT result valid?
The CAT score card is valid for a period of ONE YEAR only. After which candidates will have to take the following years’ CAT exam for admissions in respective institutes. Most of the Institutions/Universities in India accept the CAT score for admissions.
Can I get job after CAT?
Any field you choose to work in, to move up the corporate ladder an MBA degree is essential. For Masters in Business Administration Degree, one has to qualify the CAT exam to get into an Indian Institute of Management (IIM) which are regarded as India’s top B-schools.
What is the salary of CAT?
Register for CAT 2021 & MBA Admissions Updates
|Component||Placement 2017||Placement 2016|
|Highest Salary (Rs.in lakhs)||Rs.25.9 lakhs||Rs.18.30 lakhs|
|Average salary||Rs.12.3 lakhs||Rs.11.78 lakhs|
Can I get IIM with 75 percentile?
Getting an exceptional CAT score is the first big step in securing a seat at IIMs or other top b-schools. These top MBA institutes are still within reach for candidates who score between 90 – 100 percentile. If you have scored within the range of 75-90% tile, there are other good b-school options in front of you.
When do the results of CAT exam 2019 come out?
So, it can be expected that for CAT 2019, the results will be declared by the second week of January 2020 by the conducting IIM. To be able to get eligible for CAT, candidates to fulfil the following criterion: Should Hold a Bachelor’s Degree and have secured a minimum of 50% marks or equivalent CGPA.
How to check Common Admission Test ( CAT ) score?
To check the result candidates have to use their user ID and password at iimcat.ac.in. IIM Kozhikode conducted Common Admission Test (CAT) 2019 for admission in MBA / PGDM courses in 20 IIMs and other 200+ B schools of the nation. On the basis of CAT score, candidates are called for group discussion and personal interview round by the IIMs.
What are the minimum marks for the CAT exam?
Qualifying Exam: Candidates must have a bachelor’s or its equivalent degree. Minimum Marks: Pass the above exam with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA (45% marks for SC/ST/PwD categories). Appearing candidates of the final year of Bachelor’s degree/equivalent qualification examination can also apply.
Is there a correction window for the CAT exam?
Candidates who had entered incorrect details due to lack of proper information or documents can update the same in CAT form correction window . Note: The exam authority allows candidates to make corrections in a few entries only. Thus, applicants are advised to check the application process before filling up the exam form.
Is the CAT Exam results announced on the same day?
A: Yes. The CAT results for all the exam slots are announced on the same day. In 2020, the exam was conducted in three slots. The results of all the three slots were announced on the same day. Q: If I want my CAT scores to be re-evaluated.
What’s the difficulty level of the CAT exam?
Difficulty level in CAT varies from section to section. Going by the trend Verbal Reasoning and Reading Comprehension are easy to moderate, Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning is on the tougher side whereas Quantitative Aptitude is moderate. The overall difficulty level of the exam is moderate.
Are there any changes in the CAT exam pattern?
CAT Exam Pattern has undergone changes over the years. For the past few years it has remained constant in terms of marks and number of questions asked. As per the revised pattern, total of 100 MCQ and Non-MCQ type questions will be asked in the exam.
How to interpret your cat’s blood work results?
MCHC (Mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration) is another value for interpreting hemoglobin concentrations in cells. RDW (Red blood cell distribution width) elevations can indicate that there is an increased variety in red blood cell sizes. This value should be interpreted along with other red blood cell values.