CAT 2019 Cutoff by Career Launcher - Career Launcher, one of the top-notch coaching centres in the country, has released the probable cutoff of CAT 2019 shortly after the second slot was over at 5:30 PM. As per the experts the raw score of around 157- 160 can fetch 99% in slot 1 and raw score of 158-160 in slot 2 can fetch 99% to bag a seat in one of the IIMs or any other top B-School accepting CAT scores. Keeping in mind the CAT 2019 cutoff by Career Launcher, candidates will be able to determine their eligibility for various B-Schools in the country. Check CAT 2019 cutoff to get an idea about the CAT cutoff by Career Launcher. CAT 2019 cutoff is the minimum requirement of marks to get selected for IIMs or other renowned B-Schools. Registration for CAT has been closed. Correction window was available from September 28, 2019 to September 30, 2019 till 5:00PM.
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  • Difficulty level of the test

  • Number of test takers

  • Number of questions

  • Number of seats available, etc.


Overall structure of the CAT 2019 - Slot 1

Section

No. of Questions

No. of non-MCQ questions

Difficulty Level

Attempts for 95%ile

Attempts for 99%ile

VARC

34

7

Moderate - Difficult

23 - 25

26 - 28

DILR

32

8

Easy - Moderate

14 - 16

18 - 20

QA

34

11

Easy - Moderate

18 - 20

24 - 26

Total

100

26


~ 60

~ 65


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CAT 2019 Cutoff by Career Launcher - Slot 1

Expected Scores for 99%ile

PercentilesVARCDILRQAOverall
9965-6748-5055-58157-160


Overall structure of the CAT 2019 - Slot 2

Section

No. of Questions

No. of Non-MCQ Questions

Difficulty Level

Attempts for 95%ile

Attempts for 99%ile

VARC

34

7

Moderate - Difficult

23 - 25

26 - 28

DILR

32

8

Easy - Moderate

14 - 16

21 - 24

QA

34

11

Easy - Moderate

18 - 20

24 - 26

Total

100

26


~ 60

~ 70


CAT 2019 Cutoff by Career Launcher - Slot 2

Expected Scores for 99%ile

PercentilesVARCDILRQAOverall
9960-6246-4957-60158-160


Previous Year CAT Cutoff by Career Launcher

CAT 2018 Cutoff by Career Launcher - Slot 1

Sections

VARC

DI&LR

QA

Overall

Expected Cutoff marks

84

48

45

150-155

CAT 2018 Cutoff by Career Launcher - Slot 2

Sections

VARC

DI&LR

QA

Overall

Expected Cutoff marks

84

48

45

150-155

According to the experts, CAT 2018 was moderately difficult as Slot 1 proved to be a mixture of an ‘even easier than 2017’ VARC section and the ‘infamous IIM-C QA’ section. Slot 2 was also considered similar in terms of the section-wise difficulty level. In ascending order of difficulty, the sections can be placed as- Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension, Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning, and Quantitative Ability.


CAT 2019- Distribution of Marks

Section

Number of Questions

Total Marks

Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension

34

102

Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning

32

96

Quantitative Ability

34

102

Total

100

300

IIM Kozhikode will release CAT 2019 result on January 4, 2020, followed by CAT selection procedure at participating institutes of CAT. Around 2.41 lakh candidates compete for around 4500 IIM seats every year.


Note: Registration for CAT 2019 has been closed on September 28, 2019. Correction window was available from September 28, 2019 to September 30, 2019 till 5:00 PM

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How to know the 2019 cutoff for mtech admisssions for EWS cat in various iits/nits?

Aman Raj Student Expert 3rd Apr, 2020

Hello Veeru

Gate Cutoffs varies from branches to branches and Categories to Categories.

As you have not mentioned an hence i am attaching a link of our Article which will give you the information about each and every IIT's. and NIT's.

https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/gate-cutoff-for-cse

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Hi there! Im doing engineering in B. Tech Food technology and currently in 6th semester. Which career portion will be good for me , I should go for GATE Or CAT exam.

Aditi Amrendra Student Expert 2nd Apr, 2020
Hello,


See, no course is good or bad.Both the courses are equally good and can enhance your chances if etting good jobs in future but you its you who has decide what you actually want to do,where your interest lies.MBA is about business,finance,sales,marketing,different types of management jobs etc. On the other hand if you work further in technology field or research/teaching then you should go with GATE.
Both will reward you good jobs in future if you are hardworking and determined.

Good Luck
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My class 10th cgpa is 9.4,whereas my class 12th percentage is 94.6 and, graduation (b tech) Cgpa is 7.6. I am planning to appear for CAT in next exam. Is there any chance that i can get good IIMs Or any other good management clg, if I do well in my CAT exam.

ADIL KHAN Student Expert 2nd Apr, 2020

Hi Shivam,

Yes, absolutely. You have good academic scores apart from your graduation score. You can get call from some of the top colleges/universities like FMS, IIM Calcutta, Kozhikode, Shillong and other cap IIMs. Older IIMs are still a bit dicey in the matter and all the admissions will be mainly based on your CAT score. Given you are a Btech student then you should target a score of 99+ percentile to get a call from these B-school.

You can follow the link below for more information https://bschool.careers360.com/articles/iim-admission-criteria

You can reach out to us for more information regarding admissions entrance tests etc.

Hope it helps.

Thanks.


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I scored 93% in 10th (CBSE), 74.2 % in 12th (Science) (CBSE). Im in my final year of BA and would finally score somewhere between 70-75% though from a reputed distance university. Do I stand any chance to get into IIM A/B and what should be the score I should be aiming for in CAT?

Manidipa Kundu Student Expert 1st Apr, 2020

hi,

see iim evaluated your academic score besides your cat score and there is also separate percentiles to clear like quant, verbal, reasoning. since you have already graduated right now you need to focus on your cat exam, need to work on your communications skills, the cutoff score is comes different for different category of students. I suggest you to regular practice. previous years IIM ahmedabad overall cutoff percentile was as follows,

general- 80

obc-75

sc-70

st-60

iim bangalore:

general- 85

obc-75

sc-70

st-65

for more details you may follow the below link,

https://bschool.careers360.com/articles/cat-cutoff

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is droping a year after BBA for preparation of CAT is good option.

ADIL KHAN Student Expert 1st Apr, 2020

Hi Isha,

Don't take a complete drop instead work part-time/full time and prepare alongside for the Common Admissions test - CAT. Prepare step by step or get yourself enrolled for a weekends program with a good coaching institute depending on your preparation level. This will not only give you an edge over other freshers who will be applying but also will give you an idea on the stream/domain in which you want to pursue your MBA in.

For starters appear for a mock test or do a sample paper and access your preparation level as of now and then decide.

For more information on eligibility/entrance test/admission you can reach out to us.

Hope it helps,

Thanks.


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