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As many as 20 candidates have secured 100 percentile in CAT 2016 with all coming from an engineering background. After the CAT 2016 Results were announced, Prof. Rajendra K Bandi, CAT 2016 Convenor shared that all candidates securing 100 percentile are male and engineers. “However, in the sectionals, many non-engineers and female candidates have scored 100 percentile,” he informed.
Yash Choudhary from Pune and Avidipto Chakraborty from Kolkata are two of the CAT 2016 100 percentilers. Yash is a final year B.Tech student of College of Engineering, Pune. Avidipto is a student of BITS Pilani Goa campus.
The result of CAT 2016 has been released on January 9, 2017, afternoon by IIM Bangalore, CAT 2016 conducting authority. Out of 2,32,434 registered candidates, 1.95 lakh took the test on December 4, 2016, in forenoon and afternoon slots.
56,000 candidates secure zero or negative marks in DI & LR
As per the analysis of CAT 2016 result, the number of candidates who got overall less than zero marks in CAT 2016 is more than 14,000, which is about seven per cent of the total test takers. Over 56,000 candidates out of total 1.95 lakh test takers scored zero or negative marks in Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning (LR) section. Also, more than 37,000 candidates failed to secure any positive score in Quantitative Aptitude Section.
What after CAT 2016 Result?
IIMs will start announcing the shortlist of candidates from the third week of January, 2017. The shortlisted candidates will have to appear for the Writing Admission Test (WAT) and Personal Interview (PI) rounds conducted at IIMs and other CAT participating institutes. The selection rounds are likely to be conducted from February to March, 2017. The academic session for MBA/PGDM batch of 2017-19 will commence from July 2017.
CAT 2016 Results: 56000 candidates score less than zero in DI-LR section, 37000 get negative score in VA section
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For getting in top B-schools of India like IIM-A, IIM-B, IIM-C, FMS Delhi etc. you need good marks not only in in CAT but also in Class 10th, 12th and your graduation. If you have some work experience then it gives you more advantages.
There is no specific cutoff of percentile on which you can get into top IIMs. Since your marks in 10th, 12th is above 90% and in graduation above 7 CGPA with work experience, you can expect a call from
IIM-A, IIM-B, IIM-C
if you have at least
99 percentile in CAT
also you should aim for
99+ percentile in CAT
and also keep in mind that if you score
95+ percentile in VARC Section
it will increase your chances of getting in.
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Given below are the best books to refer for preparing for CAT examination:
1. For Quantitative Aptitude:
2. For Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation :
3. For Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension :
Preparing in the right direction is very important for any competetive exams and mainly inportant for CAT. Firstly you need to know the syllabus for CAT and practice the topics that you are not unsure about and put more strss on them and then solve as many mock papers as possible and also go through the previous years papers of CAT and prepare in the right direction.
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Till now IIT Delhi has not released its cut-off for CAT for admission to MBA courses. According to last year's trend you should score more than 90 percentile if you belongs to general category and want to pursue MBA from IIT Delhi.
For more details about cut-off for MBA program in IIT Delhi you should read this
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