For all the Iim Cat 2019 aspirants, there is good news, the last date for submitting the application form has been extended until the 25th of September. Aspirants of IIM Cat Exams across the country are already in a state of frenzy as the CAT application process is on. The CAT exams usually have a percentile score. IIM -Kozhikode has announced that the quantitative section to be considered as an example of the process to calculate the percentile score.
IIM – Kozhikode will be the exam convener for the year 2019. iimcat.ac.in is the official website that the candidates can apply through. The CAT entrance exam is scheduled to be conducted on the 24th of November in two parts and will be held in 156 cities across the country.
CAT scores help students to enrol in a variety of courses like PGDM, EPGP, PGPBM, PGPEX, PGP, and PGPEM from various IIM’s across the country. The CAT score also enables students to enrol in institutes like MICA as well. Scoring well in the CAT exam is the first step towards a successful career.
Students aspiring to apply for CAT 2019 should have at least scored a minimum of 50% marks in their Bachelor’s degree.
The eligibility criteria for the reserved category candidates like Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and Persons with Disability is a minimum of 45% marks from a recognized university.
It is very important to understand the process of percentile score calculation in the CAT exams. Let us look at the step by step process:
- The total number of candidates appearing for both sessions of the exams.
- Ranks are assigned to the candidates based on the score they obtain in the quantitative section. The same ranking is assigned to all the candidates scoring on the same scale in the quantitative section.
- Calculation of the score scale through a formula where ‘P’ is the percentile score of a candidate and ‘R’ is the ranking in the Quantitative section.
- The round off method of calculating percentile score up to two decimal points. For example, 99.995 will be rounded off to 100 and those that are greater than or equal to 99.985 but less than 99.995 would be rounded off to 99.99
CAT Application filling up the process is as follows:
- Create a user ID and password
- Log in to the official website with the login credentials
- Fill up the application form and pay the application fees.
The General and OBC candidates pay Rs. 1900/- as registration fee. The scheduled caste, scheduled tribe, and persons with disability pay Rs.950/- The CAT exams will be for 180 minutes and the questions are divided into three sections (same as last year)
Taking up the CAT exams ensures that the aspirants can pursue their education from the premier institutes. The premier institutes offer a wide variety of courses. Most of the students pursuing CAT exams have a strong idea about the kind, of course, they want to pursue and the field of career that they want to excel in. Irrespective of the courses they will opt for, let us wish all the CAT exam contenders of 2019 – Best of Luck!
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