CAT 2018

CATCAT 2018 - IIM Calcutta has released the CAT 2018 application form on August 8. The Common Admission Test (CAT) is the most competitive MBA entrance exam of India taken by around 2 lakh candidates every year. IIMs conduct CAT on a rotational basis every year for admission to 20 IIMs and over 100 B-schools across India. Around 4,000 seats are offered through the 20 IIMs. CAT 2018 will be conducted on November 25 in two sessions. Prof. Sumanta Basu will be the CAT convener for this year.

IIM Calcutta had released the official notification of CAT 2018 on July 29. The exam pattern this year will remain the same as last year. The total duration of the exam is 180 minutes with three timed sections, namely VARC (Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension), DILR (Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning), and QA (Quantitative Ability). CAT 2018 score card will be valid only for one year until December 31, 2019. This article of Careers360 brings to you the detailed information on CAT 2018 regarding the notification, important dates, eligibility criteria, registration process, application form, exam pattern, result, cutoff, etc.

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From this year onwards, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi, will also accept the CAT score for admission to its MBA programme offered by the School of Management and Entrepreneurship. Singapore Management University, joined the list of CAT participating institute last year to become the first ever international B-school to accept the CAT score.

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Whats New in CAT 2018

  • Five new exam cities have been added to the list of 140 cities of last year. CAT 2018 will be conducted in 147 cities this year (2 new states added - Mizoram and Nagaland).

  • The application fee has also been increased to Rs. 1900 for General/ NC-OBC candidates and Rs. 950 for SC, ST & PWD candidates. Earlier the CAT registration fee was Rs. 1800 and Rs. 900 respectively.

  • Addition in Modes of Payment- The new CAT 2018 payment partners are BillDesk, PayU and Paytm. 

About CAT 2018

Events

Overview

Name of test

Common Admission Test (CAT)

Purpose of test

Qualifying test for admission to post-graduate management programs

Conducted by

IIM Calcutta

Exam type

National level

Periodicity

Once in a year

Score or Grade Validity

One Year

Annual Number of Test Takers

1,99,632 in 2017

Pattern of Test

MCQs and Non-MCQs

Number of Questions

100

Test Duration

3 hours

Negative Marking

+3 for every correct answer

-1 for each wrong answer in MCQs

No negative marking for Non-MCQs or TITA

Syllabus

Questions from VARC, QA and DI & LR

Mode of Conduct

Computer-based test

CAT 2018 Convener

Prof. Sumanta Basu

Reservation of seats in IIMs and B-schools

As per the Government of India regulations

CAT 2018 Official Website

iimcat.ac.in

CAT 2018 Helpdesk number

18002090830

Score or Grade Used by

IIMs and various B-schools in India

CAT 2018 Important Dates

 

IIM Calcutta has released the important dates of CAT 2018. Take a look at the CAT important dates 2018 in the below table.

 

CAT 2018 Important Dates

Events

Dates (Tentative)

CAT 2018 Notification Released

July 29, 2018

Application Commencement 

August 8, 2018 (started)

Last date to apply

September 19, 2018 (till 5 PM)

CAT Application form edit

Fourth week of September 2018

Admit Card Release

October 24, 2018

CAT Tutorial/Mock Test

October 17, 2018

CAT 2018 Exam

November 25, 2018 (Sunday)

Releasing of Answer Key

Second week of December 2018

Announcement of Result

Second week of January 2019 

 

CAT Eligibility Criteria 2018

 

As per the eligibility criteria of CAT 2018, candidates should fulfil the following parameters:

  • Candidates should have a Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from a recognised University or Institute

  • General and OBC-NC category candidates should obtain at least 50 per cent marks in aggregate or equivalent CGPA. For reserved category candidates, the minimum percentage to secure is 45

  • The duration of the graduation programme should be minimum 3 years

  • Final year graduation students are also eligible to apply for CAT 2018 provided they complete their programme within the stipulated schedule

  • Age Limit - There is no age limit for applying or appearing in CAT exam

CAT 2018 Registration

 

The application form of CAT 2018 has been released on August 8. CAT registration process is completely online wherein the aspirants have to visit the official website and click on the Registration tab. After filling up the registration form with basic details such as name, email address and mobile number, they would receive the CAT 2018 credentials- User ID and password through email and SMS respectively. The last date for CAT application form is September 19, 2018.

 

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How to fill CAT Application Form 2018

 

In order to fill up the CAT 2018 application form, applicants have to login through their user ID and password and fill up the application form by entering the correct information. The CAT application form 2018 is divided into following categories or sections:

  • Personal Details

  • Contact Details

  • Academic Details

  • Work Experience

  • Selecting IIMs to apply for

  • Selecting Test Centres and Interview Cities

After filling up information on each page, candidates have to click on Save & Next tab. Applicants have to upload their photograph and signature in the given dimension. The last step is to pay the application fee through Credit/Debit Card or Net Banking.

 

CAT 2018 Application Fee

  • The application fee is Rs. 1900 for General category candidates and Rs. 950 for SC/ST/PWD category candidates.

  • The mode of application fee payment is through Credit/Debit Card or Net Banking. The CAT 2018 new payment partners are BillDesk, PayU and Paytm.

CAT Application Trend

Year

No. of Registration

No. of Test Takers

2017

231,000

1,99,632

2016

2,32,434

1,95,000

2015

2,18,664

1,79,602

2014

1,96,988

1,67,829

2013

1,94,516

1,73,714

2012

2,14,000

1,95,000

2011

2,05,000

1,86,000

2010

2,04,000

1,85,000

2009

2,41,000

2,30,000

2008

2,90,000

2,76,000

2007

2,50,000

2,30,000

 

 

 

How to prepare for CAT 2018

 

The examination of CAT is one of the toughest entrance tests to crack. So “How should one go about preparing for the exam?” is the most fundamental question CAT aspirants have. What you need is a lot of hard work accompanied by smart planning. In order to ensure a higher rate of success in the test, Careers360 brings you some tips and tricks for CAT 2018 preparation:

  • Candidates must carefully go through the syllabus of the respective CAT paper they are appearing in.

  • Prepare a day-to-day timetable for yourself.

  • Have specific dedicated study hours.

  • Practise Previous Years Question Papers and Sample Papers

  • The practice of sample papers/model papers help to know your strengths and weakness. After knowing the weak areas, you can plan how to work and improve in those areas.

  • Take more and more Mock Tests which will give you the real taste and feel of the actual exam.

  • Refer to the important CAT Books that cover the entire syllabus.

  • Apart from every strategy and planning, the most important aspect of CAT 2018 preparation includes taking good care of your health. 

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CAT Exam Pattern 2018

 

According to the exam pattern of CAT 2018, it's a computer-based test of 3 hours duration carrying 100 objective type multiple choice and non-multiple choice type questions. The areas or sections from which the questions are asked include Quantitative Ability (QA), Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (VARC) and Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DI & LR). The table below brings the CAT exam pattern or structure of the exam.

 

CAT 2018 Exam Pattern

Section

No. of MCQs

No. of Non-MCQs

Questions from each section

Total Marks

Time allotted to each section (minutes)

Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension (VARC)

24

10

34

102

60

Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DI & LR)

24

8

32

96

60

Quantitative Ability (QA)

27

7

34

102

60

Total

75

25

100

300

180

Marking Scheme – Each question carries 3 marks. For each wrong answer, there is negative marking of one mark. There is no negative marking scheme for non-MCQs or TITA (Type In The Answer) questions.

 

Marking Scheme

Correct Response

Incorrect Response

+3

-1 

CAT 2018 Syllabus

 

There is no specific syllabus for CAT 2018. The experts have laid out the CAT syllabus 2018 based on the previous years’ exam analysis and the topics covered. While there might be few topics which will be added to the CAT 2018 syllabus and some topics might get omitted, the overall syllabus is likely to remain the same.

 

CAT Exam Syllabus

Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DI & LR)

Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension (VARC)

Quantitative Ability (QA)

  • Caselets and Tables

  • Bar Graphs and Column Graphs

  • Venn Diagrams

  • Line Charts & Pie Chart

  • Combination of two or more types linked to each other

  • Number and Letter Series

  • Calendars, Cubes and Clocks

  • Binary Logic

  • Seating Arrangement

  • Syllogism

  • Logical

  • Matching

  • Logical Sequence

  • Logical

  • Connectives

  • Blood Relations, etc.

 
  • Synonyms Antonyms (Vocabulary Based)

  • Grammar or English Usage

  • Correction in Sentence

  • Fill in the blanks

  • Jumbled Paragraph and Close Passage

  • Analogies and Reverse Analogies

  • Meaning/Usage Match

  • Verbal Reasoning

  • Summary Questions

  • Reading Comprehension

  • Facts Inferences Judgements, etc.

 

  • Number Systems

  • LCM & HCF

  • Profit, Loss & Discount

  • Percentages

  • Speed, Time & Distance

  • Time & Work

  • Simple & Compound Interest

  • Ratio & Proportion

  • Averages

  • Quadratic & Linear Equations

  • Complex Numbers

  • Logarithm

  • Binomial Theorem

  • Sequences & Series

  • Surds & Indices

  • Inequalities

  • Probability, Permutation and Combination

  • Set Theory

  • Functions & Geometry

  • Mixtures & Allegations

  • Trigonometry

  • Coordinate Geometry & Mensuration, etc.

CAT Sample Paper 2018

 

Aspirants can download the CAT Sample Papers from the Careers360 Sample Paper Store for free. By solving the CAT Sample Papers, test takers will be able to test their preparation status, as well as be familiar with the test-taking process.

 

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CAT 2018 Mock Test

 

IIMs will release the CAT mock test on October 17, 2018, to help the candidates to understand the exam pattern/structure. The mock test will enable the test takers to practice and get familiar with the online test format and navigation process of the test. Candidates can also check the usage of the online calculator and timer. However, aspirants must note that the mock test of CAT 2018 is meant for practice purpose only and the questions should not be treated as sample questions as there is hardly and qualitative similarity in the questions.

 

CAT Admit Card 2018

 

The admit card of CAT 2018 will be released on October 24. The procedure to download the admit card of CAT 2018 is completely online. IIMs would not send the CAT 2018 admit card by post, hence candidates must ensure that they download the admit card before the exam date, by logging in with their credentials. CAT admit card 2018 is one of the most important documents which must be carried on the exam date and preserved till the admission process is over.

 

CAT 2018 Exam Centres

 

The exam centres of CAT 2018 will be located in around 147 cities and 28 states across India. Two new exam centres have been added to the list this year - Mizoram and Nagaland. While filling the CAT 2018 registration form, candidates have to select four exam centres city in the order of preference. The exam centre will be allotted by IIMs and the final centre can be seen on the CAT admit card.

 

CAT exam centres

Exam State

Exam Cities

Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Port Blair

Andhra Pradesh

Tirupati, Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam, Chittoor, Kurnool, Nellore, Kakinada, Guntur, Chirala, Rajahmundry, Vizianagaram

Arunachal Pradesh

Itanagar

Assam

Guwahati, Dibrugarh, Jorhat, Silchar, Tezpur

Bihar

Muzaffarpur, Patna, Purnea, Aurangabad, Gaya, Darbhanga

Chandigarh

Chandigarh

Chattisgarh

Bhillai, Raipur, Bilaspur

Delhi-NCR

Delhi-NCR

Goa

Goa

Gujarat

Rajkot, Surat, Vadodara, Ahmedabad, Anand, Gandhinagar, Mehsana

Haryana

Panipath, Rohtak, Hisar, Ambala, Kurukshetra, Karnal

Himachal Pradesh

Shimla, Hamirpur

Jammu and Kashmir

Jammu, Samba

Jharkhand

Bokaro, Ranchi, Jamshedpur, Dhanbad, Hazaribagh

Karnataka

Belagavi(Belgaum), Bengaluru, Dharwad, Hubballi(Hubli), Kalaburagi(Gulbarga),Mangaluru(Mangalore), Mysuru(Mysore), Shivamogga(Shimoga), Udupi

Kerala

Kannur, Ernakulam, Kollam, Kottayam, Kozhikode, Thrissur, Trivandrum

Madhya Pradesh

Bhopal, Gwalior, Indore, Jabalpur, Sagar, Satna, Ujjain

Maharashtra

Amravati, Ahmednagar, Aurangabad-Maharashtra, Jalgaon, Kolhapur, Mumbai, Nagpur, Nanded, Nashik, Pune, Raigad, Satara, Solapur, Ulhasnagar

Meghalaya

Shillong

Mizoram

Aizawl

Nagaland

Kohima

Odisha

Balasore, Berhampur, Bhubaneswar, Cuttack, Dhenkanal, Rourkela, Sambalpur

Puducherry

Puducherry

Punjab

Amritsar, Bhatinda, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Mohali, Pathankot, Patiala, Sangrur

Rajasthan

Ajmer, Alwar, Bikaner, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, Sikar, Udaipur

Tamil Nadu

Chennai, Coimbatore, Madurai, Salem, Tirunelveli, Trichy

Telangana

Karim Nagar, Warangal, Hyderabad

Uttar Pradesh

Agra, Aligarh, Allahabad, Bareilly, Gorakhpur, Jhansi, Kanpur, Lucknow, Meerut, Moradabad, Muzaffarnagar, Varanasi

Uttarakhand

Roorkee, Dehradun, Haldwani

West Bengal

Asansol, Bankura, Burdwan, Durgapur, Hooghly, Kalyani, Kolkata, Siliguri 

CAT Question Paper 2018

 

In a first, IIMs had released the official CAT question paper for 2017. It is expected that the question paper for 2018 will also be declared by IIMs in the first week of December. Candidates aspiring to appear for CAT 2018 must download the CAT question paper in order to know the types of questions and topics to expect. To Download CAT 2017 question paper - Click here

 

CAT Answer Key 2018

 

Along with the question paper, IIMs also released CAT answer key last year. Hence, following the last year’s trend, it is expected that the CAT 2018 answer key will also be released by the conducting IIM. With the help of the answer key of CAT 2018, candidates can check the correct answer and calculate their estimated scores. Moreover, IIMs also provided the option to challenge answer keys or questions by paying Rs. 1000 per challenge within the stipulated deadline. Based on the validity of the challenge, IIMs would take appropriate action and refund the challenge application fee.

 

CAT Result 2018

 

The result of CAT 2018 is expected to be declared in the second week of January 2019. The CAT 2018 result will be declared in the form of scorecard. To download the result of CAT 2018, candidates will have to enter with their user ID and password. The CAT result or scorecard will carry information like sectional and overall scaled scores and percentiles. The CAT 2018 result will be available only in online mode and IIMs won’t send it to the test takers by post. Candidates must take print out of the CAT score card and preserve it till the admission process is over.

 

CAT 2018 Normalization Procedure

 

CAT 2018 is conducted in multiple slots across single day window, it is necessary to normalize the scores of test takers from both slots. IIMs normalize the CAT scores using a formula similar to that of GATE. At the time of result, scaled scores for each section along with percentiles will be announced. The practice is followed in order to equate the scores and to ensure that none of the candidates from either slot be in an advantaged or disadvantaged position.

 

CAT Cutoff 2018

 

The cutoff of CAT refers to the minimum percentile to secure in order to get shortlisted by the participating institutes. The CAT cutoff varies from institute to institute. While the top running B-schools have the higher range of CAT cutoff and vice versa. The cutoff of CAT 2018 generally depends on the factors like difficulty level of the exam, number of test takers, number of seats among others. The following table brings to you the CAT cutoff of IIMs for the previous year (CAT 2017, the admission year 2018).

 

CAT Cutoff for IIMs

IIM

Section

General

OBC-NC

SC

ST

PwD

IIM Ahmedabad

VRC

70

65

60

50

60

DI & LR

70

65

60

50

60

QA

70

65

60

50

60

Aggregate

80

75

70

60

70

IIM Bangalore

VRC

85

75

70

60

60

DI & LR

80

70

65

60

60

QA

80

70

65

60

60

Aggregate

90

80

75

75

75

IIM Calcutta

VRC

80

75

65

60

60

DI & LR

80

75

65

60

60

QA

80

75

65

60

60

Aggregate

90

85

70

70

70

IIM Lucknow

VRC

85

77

55

50

50

DI & LR

85

77

55

50

50

QA

85

77

55

50

50

Aggregate

90

82

70

65

65

IIM Indore

VRC

80

70

55

45

45

DI & LR

80

70

55

45

 

45

QA

80

70

55

45

45

Aggregate

90

80

60

50

50

IIM Kozhikode

VRC

80

70

60

40

40

DI & LR

80

70

60

40

40

QA

80

70

60

40

40

Aggregate

90

80

65

55

55 

CAT Selection Procedure 2018

 

According to the selection procedure of CAT 2018, each participating institute conducts its admission process separately. They shortlist candidates based on CAT cutoff. The shortlisted candidates have to then appear for the selection rounds including Group Discussion (GD) or Writing Ability Test (WAT) or both and Personal Interview (PI) rounds. The new IIMs conduct Common Admission Process (CAP) where the shortlisted candidates from all participating IIMs have to appear for WAT and PI rounds. Followed by the CAT selection procedure, each IIM release their separate merit list. The final selection process of B-schools or the CAT selection procedure of participating B-schools is based on multiple criteria such as performance in CAT, GD/WAT & PI rounds and past academic records and or work experience. The criteria or parameters vary from institute to institute. IIMs release their detailed admission criteria after the CAT notification every year.

 

CAT 2018 Reservation Criteria

 

IIMs and other Government institutes follow the reservation criteria of candidates. The following table brings to you the category wise seat reservation percentage.

 

Category wise seat reservation

Category

Percentage

PWD (Person with Disability)

3

ST (Scheduled Tribe)

7.50

SC (Scheduled Caste)

15

OBC-NC (Other Backward Class – Non-Creamy Layer)

27

CAT 2018 Counselling

 

CAT authorities do not conduct a common counselling process for the final admission. The participating institutes conduct their selection procedure separately. However, the new IIMs conduct a Common Admission Process (CAP) or a common counselling process for the candidates who have been shortlisted by all the new IIMs. Candidates shortlisted for the CAT 2018 counselling rounds of new IIMs will have to appear for essay writing (WAT) and Personal Interview (PI) rounds. Apart from the new IIMs, other B-schools do not conduct CAT counselling process.

 

CAT 2018 Participating Institutes

 

A total of 115 B-schools accepted CAT scores last year out of which 114 are in India and one is in Singapore. In a first, there is an international CAT participating institute. It is expected that more than 100 B-schools in India and abroad will register for being the CAT 2018 participating institutes. Out of the total number of participating institutes, 20 are IIMs. Apart from that, CAT participating institutes include public and private institutes. Among the former, noted ones are IITs, NITs, FMS Delhi, MANAGE Hyderabad, IISc Bangalore to name a few. The top private participating institutes include MDI Gurgaon, SPJIMR Mumbai, IMT Ghaziabad to name a few. Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has also joined the list of CAT participating institute from this year for admission to its MBA programme. 

 

Check the fee, number of seats and programmes offered by IIMs in the table given below:

 

IIMs Seats and Fee

S.No.

IIMs

Fee INR (Lakh)

Number of Seats

Offered Programme

1

Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad

22

385

PGP, PGP-FABM, ePGP

2

Indian Institute of Management Amritsar

10.5

60

PGP

3

Indian Institute of Management Bangalore

21

412

PGP, PGPEM, PGPPM

4

Indian Institute of Management Bodh Gaya

11

60

PGP

5

Indian Institute of Management Calcutta

21

462

PGP-PGDM

6

Indian Institute of Management Indore

16

550

PGP (Indore, Mumbai), EPGP, PGP-HRM

7

Indian Institute of Management, Jammu

10.5

45

PGP

8

Indian Institute of Management Kashipur

12.5

210

PGP, EPGP

9

Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode

17.5

353

PGP

10

Indian Institute of Management Lucknow

14.16

436

PGP, PGP-ABM, PGP-SM

11

Indian Institute of Management Nagpur

11

60

PGP

12

Indian Institute of Management Raipur

12

210

PGP, PGPWE

13

Indian Institute of Management Ranchi

14

155

PGDM, PGDHRM

14

Indian Institute of Management Rohtak

12.3

180

PGP, EPGP, EPGPX

15

Indian Institute of Management, Sambalpur

10

140

PGP

16

Indian Institute of Management, Sirmaur

9

60

PGP

17

Indian Institute of Management Shillong

12.68

120

PGP, PGPEX

18

Indian Institute of Management Trichy

14

180

PGP, PGPBM

19

Indian Institute of Management Udaipur

12.6

180

PGP

20

Indian Institute of Management Visakhapatnam

10.5

60

PGP

CAT 2018 FAQs

 

Q. I have completed my Bachelor’s Degree. Do I need to submit the overall percentage of marks or as per my University standards?

A. As per CAT 2018 eligibility criteria, you must submit the percentage according to your university norms.

 

Q. I have not completed my Bachelor’s Degree/I am in final year of Bachelor’s degree. What marks do I need to enter in the Application form?

A. You have to provide the Aggregate Percentage up to the last marks statement received from the University.

 

Q. Is there any age restriction for taking the CAT exam?

A. No, there is no age restriction for taking the CAT exam.

 

Q. Can I use my coaching institute’s or a friend’s email address when registering for CAT?

A. No. You must provide a valid and unique email address. All correspondence pertaining to CAT and subsequent information during the selection stages of the respective IIMs will be communicated to the registered email address.

 

Q. I have done 5 years integrated course of B.Tech and MBA. As per my university norms first 3.5 years is considered to be B.Tech and remaining 1.5 years is considered to be MBA. How do I enter my marks?

A. As per your University norms, you will enter the aggregate percentage of first 3.5 years under Bachelor’s Degree and the remaining 1.5 years under Master’s degree.

 

Q. I have completed 5-year dual degree course (BTech+MTech, BS+MS, BTech+MSc etc.)? How do I enter my marks for the bachelor degree?

A. As per your university norms, you must enter the aggregate of marks that are equivalent to Bachelors’ Degree under the Bachelor’s Degree section and the equivalent Marks for the Masters’ degree under the Master Degree section.

 

Q. Can I appear for more than one slot for CAT 2018?

A. You cannot appear for more than one slot. It will be deemed as a fraudulent activity if you attempt to appear more than once for CAT 2018. To ensure that candidates have only one attempt, Admit Cards, photo IDs, candidate pictures, and biometric information will be verified. Candidates who attempt to take the test more than once will be eliminated anytime during the selection process.

 

Q. In case the website does not work and I am unable to complete my application, what should I do?

A. If the registration website is not accessible for any reason, please close the Internet browser (delete browsing history, cache & cookies of the web browser) and try again.

 

Q. If I do not get my Admit Card, whom should I contact?

A. The Admit Card needs to be directly printed from the CAT 2018 website using your User ID and Password. It will be available for printout from the third week of October. The admit card will not be mailed to your postal address.

If you are unable to view your Admit Card after logging in, contact the CAT Helpdesk:

Q. I have completed my Bachelor’s degree in May-June 2018 but have backlogs, am I eligible to apply for CAT 2018?

A. Yes, as per the CAT 2018 eligibility norms, candidates who are completing their degree by May 2019 are eligible to appear for CAT. However, the candidate should select Yes to the question “Are you in the final year of Bachelor Degree”.


Q. Can I take the exam from any computer?

A. A candidate must take the exam on a workstation assigned at the exam venue based on the city selected while registering for CAT. The venue details are printed on the Admit Card.

 

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Nikhil SharmaLast Seen: 2 min 46 sec agoJoined on: 15-May-2018Education Interest: ManagementEducation Level: In Graduation
HiiHiiYou can't apply for CAT Exam now. You can apply for CAT in your last year of Graduation.You must fulfil any one of the following conditions in order to be eligible for the exam:Bachelor’s Degr...Read More