CMAT Cutoff 2019 – The conducting authority does not release CMAT 2019 cutoff to shortlist candidates for the selection procedure. From 2019 onwards, National Testing Agency (NTA) will be conducting the popular management entrance exam (CMAT) instead of AICTE. However, institute-wise CMAT cutoff 2019 will be published after the results are declared by the exam authority. CMAT has been scheduled to be conducted by NTA on January 28 in online mode and the results will be declared on February 10, 2019.
The cutoff of CMAT 2019 is the minimum aggregate score any candidate needs to obtain to successfully attain admission into MBA and PGDM programmes offered by management institutes across India. CMAT 2019 cutoff will be released around the month of February, 2019 by each participating institutes based on which candidates will be shortlisted for further selection procedure. In this article by Careers360, aspirants would be able to fetch information related to CMAT cutoff 2019 including the important dates, previous years’ cutoff, tentative cutoff scores of institutes etc.
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Important Dates for CMAT 2019 Cutoff
CMAT Exam Date
Monday, January 28, 2019
February 10, 2019
CMAT Cutoff 2019: Determining Factors
The participating institutes of have formulated certain specific factors mentioned below for deciding on the cutoff of CMAT 2019 -
Number of candidates' appearing for the CMAT 2019
Number of seats available
Number of candidates' passing the entrance exam
Difficulty level of CMAT paper
Previous Years’ CMAT Cutoff
Last year the cutoff will help candidates get an estimate of scores required to get into respective institutes. Aspirants can check the CMAT cutoff percentiles of the previous year from the table provided below-
99.92 percentile (285)
99.85 percentile (260)
99.20 percentile (246)
99.06 percentile (244)
96.42 percentile (210)
95 percentile (199)
97.27 percentile (218)
90 percentile (180)
85 percentile (180)
82 percentile (170)
75 percentile (160)
75 percentile (160)
CMAT 2019 Cutoff of top B-schools (Expected)
Cut off (Percentile)
99 + (Score 270-290)
94 (Score 250-270)
CMAT 2019 Selection Procedure
After the CMAT cutoff 2019 gets released by the participating institutes, individual institute will conduct its selection procedure to complete their admission procedure. The CMAT selection procedure 2019 comprises of GD and PI/WAT rounds; candidates are given admission on the basis of their performance in the mentioned rounds.
Group Discussion (GD)
Personal Interview (PI) or Written Ability Test (WAT)
Typically, around 70,000 candidates appear for the entrance test conducted for management programmes. The participating institutes of CMAT 2019 are the list of colleges that will be accepting the CMAT score.
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