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IIM Indore and Prometric are conducting CAT 2013 in a 20 day window that began on Oct 16. As many as 40 test slots are scheduledd in the 20 days window with 2 slots on each day. Along with your preparation and strategy, you must not forget the other crucial factors like the must carry documents and reporting time. Careers360 brings to you the checklist for CAT 2013 D Day.
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The must carry documents include your CAT 2013 Admit Card and proof of your identity. If you belong to SC/ST/OBC category, you need to carry a proof of that as well.
Differently Abled (DA) Candidates who require support during the test should bring an authorization from Prometric and photo identification of the scribe if applicable.
Acceptable Photo Identification Types
College ID (this must be supported with a valid ATM/Debit/Credit Card in your name)
Employee identification card
Items that are prohibited in the test center
You will not be allowed to carry the following but not limited items inside the CAT 2013 testing area:
Your personal items will be stored in a bag which will be submitted in the test center. After you complete your test, your belongings will be handed over to you.
DA candidates who have been approved for special requirements such as wheel chair and hearing aid have to bring along those devices. Prometric will provide the magnifying screen.Reporting for the Test
Reporting time for the test is one of the most crucial factors. It is mandatory to report to the test center 1.5 hours prior to the test schedule. If you have registered for the Slot 1, which starts from 10 am, you must reach the test center by 8.30 am. If you have registered for the second slot, which starts from 3.15 pm, you will have to arrive the test center by 1.30 pm.
The strictness of Prometric in regards to reporting time is evident from the fact that a candidate was not allowed to take the test at the Gurgaon test center as she had arrived post 9.30 am for the first slot on the Day 2 of CAT 2013.Avoid wasting time locating the test center
It is best to visit your test center few days before the test day as it would save time in locating the center of the day of your exam. For your convenience, you can check the CAT 2013 test site directions here. This will also help you recognize the easiest route to reach your test center.Also Read:
CAT 2013 Day 2 Analysis
CAT 2013 Day 1 Analysis
CAT 2013 Tips for Exam Day Strategy
CAT 2013 Tips for Day before the Test
CAT 2013 Tips on Time Management, Speed and Accuracy
For all related queries visit our official CAT 2013 Discussion. Stay tuned to bschool.careers360.com for more news and CAT preparation features.
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The most important college you should apply for is Faculty of management studies, Delhi or commonly known as FMS, Delhi.
It is one of the most premier B school and is at par with IIM-ABC. Moreover, FMS Delhi is the biggest ROI institute that is fees to placement ratio,.
last date to apply for FMS is 25 November. Hope this helps,
CAT exam is the exam of unpredictability. Some students getting 95+ in mocks get only 85 in on the exam day while other who are getting 80 in Mocks end up getting 95 on the exam day.
It is not because of the fact that exam was tough or easier, In Fact most of the mocks are tougher than the actual CAT level. It is just the decision you have made in those 3 hours. So do not worry about the hardship of paper as CAT is percentile based exam and if it is hard, it is hard for everyone.
Hope this helps. Thank you.
If you are asking about the percentage required in your graduation to be eligible to sit in the CAT exam then the candidate has to pass at least their Bachelor's degree with at least 50% (for General Category and for candidates from the NC-OBC caste). For SC/ST and Differently Abled (DA) candidates, the percentage required is 45%.
Hope this helps. If your question suggests otherwise, do let me know in the comments.
Shubham, it depends on the total no.of Candidates who have appeared for the exam. CAT percentile is calculated using the formula: P=(R*N)/100, where P is percentile, R is Rank of the Candidate based on the CAT score and N is the no.of Candidates who appeared for the exam. Every correct answer gives you 3 marks. So to be able to get 60 marks, you must have written 20 questions correct. To calculate the percentile, we need to know the no.of Candidates who wrote CAT and your rank based on this score. And we do not have those details and so unfortunately we cannot guess the percentile.
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