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CAT 2017 Exam Result (Previous Year)
CAT 2017 Exam result was announced on 8th January 2018. Based on this, the CAT 2018 Exam result is expected to be announced in the first week of January 2019. The score card of CAT 2018 will be valid for one year.
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FAQ’s (Frequently Asked Questions)
Q.1 By what date the Application form of CAT Exam 2018 will be made available?
Every year in the month of August Application Forms are made available online on the official website of iimcat.ac.in. Usually in the first fortnight of August CAT Exam. forms are provided for the candidates.
Q.2 Why Registration is required to be done for the CAT Exam 2018?
Registration is a kind of a preliminary step where the candidate is asked to provide few details about himself/herself. Once registration is done he or she will be given login credentials by which they could access the Application Form of the CAT exam to fill it.
Q.3 When does the notification for the CAT Exam 2018 will come?
As per the established convention so far, every year on the last Sunday of the month of July, the IIM publishes notification about the CAT Exam in the national dailies.
Q. 4 Which college is conducting the CAT Exam 2018?
CAT Exams are conducted by the 20 IIMs colleges on a rotation basis, every year. The CAT Exam 2018 was held by the IIM Lucknow.
Q.5 For how long does the score of CAT Exam’s remain valid?
Almost for a year after the declaration of the result. The results are announced in the 2nd week of January every year and it remains valid until the 31st of December of the same year. For example – the result or the score card of the CAT Exam 2018 will remain valid until 31st December 2019.
Q.6 What is the eligibility criteria for the CAT Exam?
One should have scored a minimum of 50% marks in his/her Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent qualification, from the deemed university recognized under the UGC act.
Q.7 If there any age limit for the CAT Exam?
There is no prescribed age limit for the CAT Exam.
Q. 8 What is the Cut-off marks for passing the CAT Exam?
On the basis of percentile candidate are selected in the CAT Exam. Candidates should have percentile more than 96 to pass it.
Q.9 Which Institutions accepts the CAT scores?
Besides IIM colleges, IIT, IISc and top ranked B schools accept the CAT score for taking admission in their management programmes.
Q.10 What is the complete admission process of getting oneself into the IIMs colleges?
Every IIM college has a set of its own standards to select candidates for the second stage of selection. Some of the colleges shortlist candidates on the basis of Written Test, Group Discussion, Personal Interviews and Work-experience.