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CAT Result 2014- The result of CAT 2014 conducted by the IIMs on November 16 and 22, 2014 has been announced on December 27, 2014 5:00 pm. CAT Result 2014 is widely anticipated by around 1,67,830 aspirants who have appeared for the test in November, 2014. CAT convenor, Dr. Rohit Kapoor talking to Careers360 said, "This year, there are as many as 16 candidates with 100 percentile." Check the details below.
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CAT Result 2014 will display the normalized scores in addition to the scaled scores for each section
The total scores along with the percentiles will also be published
Method for Short listing of candidates:
The scores of the candidates will be normalized
The Normalization will take into account the location and scale differences of the score distributions across the different forms
The scaled scores obtained from this normalization process will be converted into percentiles for the purpose of short listing of candidates
Since CAT Result 2014 has been announced, the list of shortlisted candidates for the next level of selection will be made available on the individual IIM websites
Each IIM will send interview letters to the short listed candidates directly
Candidates must note that the criteria for short-listing may vary from IIM to IIM
Candidates must note that the admission process involves Group Discussion/Written Ability Test and Personal Interview rounds
Total number of seats available in 2013 were 3,335 while seat intake of the IIMs for 2014 are yet to be announced considering the new 6 IIMs which start functioning with the 2015-17 batch
Common Admission Process (CAP):
Six IIMs jointly conduct a common admission process for their prospective students
IIMs participating in this are IIM Ranchi, Raipur, Rohtak, Trichy, Udaipur and Kashipur
Update on the CAT Result 2013 controversy and writ petition:
CAT 2013 Result was a controversial one. Read here to know the details
When it was found that 95,000 students obtained 0 or Negative scores, students raised doubts about the scoring and the normalization process. Know about it here
Candidates then filed a writ petition in the Indore High Court resulting in a notice to the 13 IIMs, MHRD and Prometric India Pvt Ltd which was the testing agency for CAT 2013.
The verdict was expected in July.
Stay tuned to bschool.careers360.com for more news and feature articles on CAT 2014
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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.
For sample papers of CAT please visit:
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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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see no exam is easier to crack if you dont have enough of preparation. to become eligible for judiciary exam you must completed an LLB or equivalent degree from an institute that is recognized by the Bar Council of India. and for cat exam eligibility criteria is graduation in any discipline with 50% marks in graduation. cat exam is admission for mba courses in finance, human resource, business analytics and many more stream. now it depends on you , you need to think which of the path you want to go, see in both of the ways you can earn a handsome salary, but you need to really dedicated and hard working for that.
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