CAT 2020


    CAT 2020 (Nov 29), Application Form Correction, Syllabus, Preparation, Result & Cut Off

    Urvashi Singhal Urvashi Singhal
    Exams Prep Master

    CAT 2020 is scheduled for November 29, 2020, registration process for which has ended on September 23, 2020. IIM Indore has opened the Application Form Edit Window for CAT 2020 from September 27 – 29, 2020. 

    IIM Indore will be administering the entire CAT 2020 process as per the new exam pattern issued on September 15, 2020. The paper will be conducted in three shifts as per the slot timings released by IIM Indore:

    • Morning: 8.30 AM to 10.30 AM
    • Afternoon: 12.30 PM to 2.30 PM
    • Evening: 4.30 PM to 6.30 PM

    Table of Contents

    1. CAT 2020 Exam Calendar

    2. New IIMs Ranking & Placement

    3. Who can apply for CAT 2020?

    4. Exam Centers for CAT 2020

    5. CAT 2020 Exam Pattern

    6. CAT 2020 Expected Cut Off

    7. CAT 2020 FAQs

    CAT is a gateway to 20 IIMs and over 1200 B-schools in India. Apart from the IIMs, IISc (Indian Institute of Science), IIT (Indian Institute of Technology) and other prominent management colleges across the country also use CAT scores for admitting students into management courses.

    CAT 2020 Upcoming Events
    CAT 2020 Application Form Correction September 27 – 29, 2020
    CAT Mock Test 2020 ReleaseOctober 16, 2020
    Release of CAT Admit Card 2020October 28, 2020
    CAT 2020 Exam DateNovember 29, 2020
    • As per CAT 2020 Eligibility Criteria candidates having bachelors degree with minimum 50% marks can apply for the exam. Final year undergraduate students can also apply though they have to produce passing certificate at the time of counselling.
    • CAT 2020 Application fee has been increased, General/OBC candidates have to pay INR 2000 whereas SC/ST/PWD/EWS aspirants are required to pay INR 1000.
    • CAT 2020 will take place in over 376 exam centers in 156 cities in two slots morning and afternoon. Furthermore, the authorities also release official mock tests prior to the actual exam date, in order to give the applicants a basic idea about CAT Exam Pattern.
    • Candidates will be tested on their Quantitative, Verbal/Reading, Data Interpretation and Reasoning Skills. A total of 100 MCQ & Non-MCQ questions are to be attempted in 3 hour duration, with sectional time limit of 60 minutes.
    • Considering Coronavirus outbreak and lockdown situation across the country Online Preparation and Resources will give momentum to candidates preparing for the exam.
     CAT 2020 Live Updates:
    • Notifications for XAT, IIFT, NMAT, SNAP Delayed for MBA Admissions 2021; No Change in CAT 2020 Read Here
    • AICTE: Admission Guidelines for MBA/PGDM Courses Revised for Academic Year 2020-2021 Read Here
    • CAT 2020 Registration Official Video Released to Facilitate Candidates, Check Common Mistakes in CAT Registration Watch Here

    CAT 2020 Exam Highlights

    ParticularsDetailsAdditional Information
    CAT 2020 Conducting BodyIIM IndoreConducted by 1st Generation IIM on rotational basis 
    CAT 2020 Official the same for every year 
    Duration2 Hours (120 Minutes)Sectional duration of 40 minutes
    Number of Sections3 (Quantitative Ability, Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension, and Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning)QA-34, VARC-34,DILR-32
    CAT Application ModeOnlineAugust 5 – September 23, 2020
    Medium of ExamEnglishExam is conducted in CBT mode

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    CAT 2020 Exam Calendar

    EventDates (Officially Announced)
    CAT 2020 Official NotificationJuly 29, 2020
    CAT 2020 Application Form StartAugust 5, 2020 (10 am onwards)
    CAT 2020 Application Form ClosingSeptember 23, 2020 (Uptill 5:00 pm)
    Release of CAT Admit Card 2020October 28 – November 29, 2020 
    CAT 2020 Exam DateNovember 29, 2020 
    CAT Result Date 2020Second Week of January 2021 (Tentative)

    Ques: Which IIM will be coordinating CAT 2020?

    Ans: IIM Indore in an official statement declared that it will be coordinating CAT 2020. Official notification with complete details will release on last saturday of July 2020

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    Will CAT 2020 be Postponed?

    As per reports, despite several COVID-19 disruptions, CAT 2020 will neither be cancelled nor be postponed. CAT aspirants need not worry as CAT 2020 will not face the same fate as that of many other competitive exams in India. IIM Indore Director Prof Himanshu Rai and CAT convener Prof Harshal Lowalekar ahve confirmed the news.

    “I am certain, we will conduct CAT 2020 successfully despite all the challenges.” said Prof Himanshu Rai, Director IIM Indore. No changes are expected in CAT 2020 schedule and CAT exam pattern. CAT 2020 website is live from August. Candidates who are appearing for CAT 2020 should make regular visits either here or to the official website to stay updated with latest dates and information about the exam.

    However, some experts feel that CAT 2020 might be cancelled or get further postponed due to the following reasons:

    • According to the COVID-19 pandemic study of India, reports highlight that coronavirus may reach its peak in the month of November if no vaccine is made available. November is the examination month for CAT 2020.
    • Students are currently protesting for postponement of top engineering and medical examinations like JEE Main and NEET. The same scenario may get repeated with CAT.
    • A delay in starting the new academic session is also speculated to play a great role as an arguement for postponement/cancellation. Read Details Here


    CAT Eligibility Criteria: Who can apply?

    Candidates with appropriate degrees and required percentage in qualifying examination are eligible to apply for CAT 2020. Below given is detailed information about CAT 2020.

    Educational Eligibility for CAT 2020

    • Applicants with Bachelor’s degrees – These should be from accredited universities. Furthermore, students should have at least 50% marks or the equivalent GPA.
    • Applicants with a professional degree, such as a CA, CS, or ICWA, with the same marks as the Bachelor’s candidates.
    • Students in their final year of their Bachelor’s degrees.

    The applying candidate will have to have university or institution certify the marks. If the university doesn’t have a system for converting CGPA into marks accepted by the IIM, then the testmakers are suggested to divide their CGPA by the maximum CGPA possible, then multiply it by 100.

    Student Eligibility for CAT 2020

    Students who wish to continue their studies right after their undergraduate degrees are often in bewliderment if they are eligible for CAT. Students pursuing their final year are very well eligible to apply for CAT 2020. If selected for an IIM program, such candidates will have to then submit a certificate from their university or institution to show that they have completed the requirements.

    Disadvantaged/Disabled & Reservation Eligibility for CAT 2020

    CAT eligibility criteria for disadvantaged and disabled students as well as students who fall under the reserved category is slightly different.

    CategoryPercentage Required
    General and OBC50%
    Scheduled Caste45%
    Scheduled Tribe45%
    Persons with DisabilitiesCAT45%

    Ques. Are students in the final year of examination eligible to apply for the Common Admission Test?

    Ans. Yes, students can apply but their admission on the basis of their CAT result will be provisional until they produce their final year graduation marksheet.

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    Ques. I am a final year student but have 2 supplementary in my first semester,am I eligible to appear for CAT exam?

    Ans.Candidates who are appearing for supplementary re-exams are eligible to apply for CAT, there is no restriction for such candidates. Given the condition they score more than 50% in graduation (45% for reserved candidates) even in re-exams. Though IIMs have their own shortlisting criteria and consider overall academic profile of the candidate, supplementary can affect candidates selection. 

    How to Apply for CAT 2020?

    Candidates can register for CAT exam via an online form available at the IIM’s official website and are advised to go through the instructions prior to filling up CAT application formStudents with a Bachelor’s degree from any recognized institute/college/university are eligible for CAT exam. In case any of the information provided is found to be incorrect, the candidature will be treated as invalid.

    Step 1:Registration - Register for the exam by visiting the official website.

    Note: Applicants must provide an active and valid Mobile Number and email ID, as the entire communication related to the exam will be notified on the same.

    Step 2:Filling Application Form - Enter personal details like contact information, academic details, work experience, program preference and exam center preference.

    Note: In case, any of the information provided is found incorrect, there is a risk of application rejection. However, a one-time facility to make corrections in the form will be provided. 

    Step 3:Uploading Documents - The next step includes scanning and uploading documents (Photograph, Signatures & Required certificated) according to CAT Exam Photo Size, Dimension, Format and Other Details

    Note: Candidates can resize the documents using MS Paint or MS Office Picture Manager. 

    Step 4:Payment of Application Fee - As per the official news, CAT Application Fee for the next session is expected to increase by a sum of INR 100 and can probably go up to INR 2,000. The application fee can be paid online via net banking/credit card/debit card.

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    CAT Application Fee

    Category wise application fee for CAT 2020 is mentioned below in a tabulated format:

    CategoryApplication Fee (in INR)
    Note: The exam authority allows candidates to make corrections in a few entries only. Thus, applicants are advised to check the application process before filling up the exam form. 

    Read about CAT Form Correction

    Ques. What details are asked in CAT 2020 Application Form? 

    Ans. You will find the following fields in the form:

    • Personal details
    • Academic details
    • Work experience
    • Programmes
    • Payment of application fee

    New IIMs Ranking & Placement

    The process of establishing new IIMs began in 2008 and the number was further increased in 2015, when new institutes were added to the list of IIMs accepting CAT scores. Below mentioned are the new IIMs in and after 2008 with their NIRF rank, fees, and placement offers.

    NameYear of EstablishmentNIRF Ranking 2020Average Salary 2020
    IIM Shillong200830Rs 18.76 LPA
    IIM Ranchi200920Rs 15.11 LPA
    IIM Rohtak200921Rs 13.70 LPA
    IIM Raipur201019Rs 15.20 LPA
    IIM Kashipur201133Rs 13.82 LPA
    IIM Trichy201115Rs 14.96 LPA
    IIM Udaipur201117Rs 13.84 LPA
    IIM Sambalpur2015--Rs 11.61 LPA
    IIM Sirmaur2015--Rs 11.28 LPA
    IIM Bodh Gaya2015--Rs 11.02 LPA
    IIM Nagpur201540Rs 13.13 LPA
    IIM Amritsar2015--Rs 12.61 LPA
    IIM Visakhapatnam2015--Rs 13.08 LPA
    IIM Jammu2016--Rs 10.64 LPA

    Exam Centers for CAT 2020

    From 2020 session onwards the conducting body has provided candidates the facility to opt for 6 exam exam center preferance instead of 4 at the time of form filling. Here is a complte list of exam centers where CAT 2020 will commence:

    CAT 2020 Exam Centers
    Port BlairHamirpurMumbai
    KurnoolBelagavi (Belgaum)Kohima
    Bhilai NagarJabalpurJaipur
    New DelhiJabalpurMadurai
    Greater NoidaUjjainChennai
    SuratNavi MumbaiBareilly

    Overall CAT 2020 Exam Pattern

    Once a candidate has decided to take the Common Admission Test, figuring out the CAT exam pattern is one of the first things one should do to make taking the exam more manageable. While the test can—and does—change from year to year, varying factors like from the number of questions to the test date, having a firm grasp of CAT exam pattern and the materials previously covered on the CAT will provide the candidate with a solid basis for beginning test preparation. A glimpse at CAT 2020 Exam Pattern

    SectionTotal questionsNumber of MCQ questionsNumber of Non-MCQ questions
    Verbal and Reading Comprehension (VARC)34 (RC-24, VA-10)24-277-10
    Quantitative Aptitude (Quant)3422-2410-12
    Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning (DILR)32 (DI-16, LR-16)248

    Candidates will have one hour for each section, making a total of 100 questions to answer in 120 minutes. The format of CAT exam was primarily multiple-choice, though it now includes non-multiple choice questions too. 3 marks are awarded for every correct answer and 1 mark is deducted for each incorrect one, Thus, candidates are advised to leave doubtful questions answered as it will not fetch them negative marking.

    CAT 2020 Exam Pattern for Verbal and Reading Comprehension

    Candidates who have earlier appeared for CAT encountered questions covering a variety of topics related to English language comprehension. These included items aiming to test their vocabulary, understanding of grammar, and comprehension of longer passages. 

    • Passage-based questions (8 passages with 3 questions each for a total of 24 questions): The topic demanded candidates to read short passages (several paragraphs long, approximately 300-500 words), and then answer a series of questions about them. Subject tests include vocabulary, grammar, summary, and tone.
    • Summary-based questions (3 questions): The topic will contain a brief passage, then summaries of that passage. Candidates will be required to choose the summary that best matches the passage.
    • Sentence order (4 questions): The topic will include five sentences, out of sequence, that when in sequence create a logical paragraph. Test-takers have to put them in the most logical order.
    • Odd sentence out (3 questions): Candidates will have to choose which from among five possible sentences makes the least amount of sense in a paragraph with the others.

    CAT 2020 Exam Pattern for Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning

    In Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning, candidates will have to work with information provided in graphics, word problems, or a combination of the two to answer questions. Each graphic will have four accompanying questions, and candidates can expect to see any of the following types of stimuli:

    Line GraphsBar Graphs
    Pie ChartsTables
    Word Problems
    Though the list above does not form the entire sectional pattern, major number of questions will be asked from the above mentioned topics.

    CAT 2020 Exam Pattern for Quantitative Ability

    The Quantitative Ability section of the CAT exam has the widest variety of topics, though candidates should note that several topics, including ratios, triangles, circles, combined rates of work, and proportions, all have appeared repeatedly in the CAT official mock exam. Overall, sectional test includes the following topics:

    FunctionsExponentsPercentages and fractions
    Squares (especially in combination with other geometric figures)Rectangles (especially in combination with other geometric figures)Word problems
    SequencesSetsRates and combined rates (including speed)
    AveragesMixturesAlgebraic expressions

    CAT 2020 Exam Center Guidelines (Dos and Don'ts)

    CAT 2020 Section Wise Important Topics and Weightage 

    Planning is as important as hard work while preparing for a competitive exam like CAT 2020. Candidates should definitely try to cover all the aspects of CAT 2020 Syllabus, but one should always prioritize topics with higher weightages. Here is some information on section wise important topics for CAT 2020, number of expected questions and difficulty level of each topic along with what will be considered a good attempt in the three sections.

    Check Complete CAT 2020 Syllabus

    Important Topics for CAT DILR

    • DILR section consists of 32 questions in total.
    • The section is often considered to be the most unpredictable out of the three.
    • The important question types from these sections are based on the following topics:
    Topic Number of Questions (Expected)
    Seating Arrangement, and Data Arrangement5-6 Questions
    Graphs Related5-8 Questions
    Syllogisms and Venn Diagrams2-3 Questions
    Blood Relations2-3 Questions
    Clocks & Calendars1-2 Questions
    Assumption and Binary Logic1-2 Questions
    Puzzles1-2 Questions
    Tables and Caselets3-5 Questions
    Data Sufficiency3-5 Questions

    Pro tip for CAT Aspirants: The difficulty level of this year is highly dependent on the conducting IIM. In case the section is of a higher difficulty level, an attempt of 15+ is considered good.For a good score of 95 percentile, candidates need to attempt approximately 20+ questions in this section.

    Important Topics for CAT Quantitative Aptitude 

    • Quantitative aptitude is considered to be the toughest by some and probably one of the most crucial sections in CAT
    • Candidates have to solve 34 questions in 60 minutes.
    • The exam pattern contains both MCQs and TITAs. 
    • Some of the most important topics are tabulated below:
    Topic Number of Questions (Expected)
    Number System, Basic Arithmetic5-10 Questions
    Algebra6-7 Questions
    Geometry & Mensuration6-7 Questions
    Time, Speed, and Distance1-2 Questions
    Probability1-2 Questions
    Permutation & Combination1-2 Questions
    Trigonometry, Logarithms, and Sets1-3 Questions
    Profit, loss, and Discounts1-2 Questions
    Time and Work1-2 Questions
    Simple Interest and Compound Interest1-2 Questions

    Pro tip for CAT aspirants: Since Number system and geometry topics have more weightage, it will be good to start with these topics and maintain a strong base on these.  A good attempt for a score of 95+ will require an attempt of 25+ questions. 

    Ques: How to prepare for Quant Section for  CAT 2020?

    Ans: QA segment of CAT has 4 significant section - Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry and Mensuration, Numbers and Number Systems. Give a month and a half to Arithmetic, become proficient at Arithmetic which has the most elevated weightage in CAT. Similarly, you can prepare Algebra - another significant subject in CAT. In the event that you center around simply Arithmetic and Algebra, you can conceivably comprehend 20 questions out of 34 in CAT 2020, [based on past trends]. 

    Add to that a Geometry and Mensuration, on the off chance that you don't do well in this area, it is simply because of your feelings of dread or your deviousness towards the work that is required to break CAT.

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    Important Topics for CAT VARC

    • VARC section comprises 34 questions, out of which a minimum of 17 questions is from Reading comprehensions.
    • Experts have often suggested for candidates to give the first 40 minutes of your sectional time limit to the RC part of the section.
    • Some of the important topics in the VARC section are tabulated below:
    Topic Number of Questions (Expected)
    Reading Comprehension 22-24 Questions
    Para-Summary2-3 Questions
    Para-Jumbles 3-4 Questions 
    Sentence Completion and Correction2-3 Questions
    Fill in the Blanks1-2 Questions
    Odd Sentences1-2 Questions
    Vocabulary Based 1-2 Questions

    Pro tip for CAT aspirants: Candidates should primarily focus on the reading comprehension passages as a majority of questions will be from this topic. For a good attempt to score 95 percentile, candidates should attempt to answer 26+ questions.

    CAT Cut off for Top Management Colleges

    A list of institutes accepting CAT scores along with their cut-offs are mentioned below in a tabulated format –

    Institute NameCAT Cutoff Percentile
    IIM, Ahmedabad99.6
    IIM, Bangalore99.5
    IIM, Calcutta99.5
    IIM, Lucknow99.5
    IIM, Rohtak97.11
    IIM, Kozhikode96.3
    IIM, Indore94.7
    IIM, Trichy94.0
    IIM, Raipur90.0
    IIM, Ahmedabad99.6
    IIM, Bangalore99.5
    IIM, Calcutta99.5
    IIM, Lucknow99.5
    IIM, Rohtak97.11
    IIM, Kozhikode96.3
    IIM, Indore94.7
    IIM, Trichy94.0
    IIM, Raipur90.0
    Department of Management Studies (IIT Delhi) New Delhi85-90
    K J Somaiya Mumbai80-85
    IRMA Anand80-85
    Welingkar Mumbai80-85
    TAPMI Manipal80-85
    Great Lakes Institute Of Management, Chennai80-85
    MICA Ahmedabad80-85
    GIM Goa80-85
    Loyola Institute of Business Administration (LIBA) Chennai80-85
    Christ University Bengaluru80-85
    LBSIM New Delhi80-85
    FORE School of Management (FSM) New Delhi80-85
    BIMTECH, Greater Noida80-85
    ICFAI Business School Hyderabad75-80
    IFIM Business School Bangalore75-80
    XIME Bangalore75-80
    Indus Business Academy (IBA) Bangalore75-80
    SDMIMD Mysore75-80
    Sri Balaji University, Pune70-75
    IFMR Graduate School of Business at KREA University70-75
    KIIT School Of Management - KSOM Bhubaneswar70-75
    Birla Institute of Technology & Science (BITS) Pilani70-75
    ITM Navi Mumbai70-75
    ISB&M Pune


    CAT Score Vs Percentile

    The four ranges of CAT percentiles for which the actual CAT score Vs Percentile data are presented as:

    • 95.01 percentile and above
    • 90.01 to 95 percentile
    • 85.01 to 90 percentile
    • 80 to 85 percentile

    Candidates can refer to a table given below to understand the difference between CAT score and percentile:

    CAT Score (out of 300)CAT Percentile

    CAT Frequently Asked Questions

    Ques.  Will there be any assistance provided to Pwd candidates while writing CAT 2020?

    Ans. A PwD candidate will get the following assistance while writing CAT:

    • Scribe/ reader- candidates suffering from visual impairment or cerebral palsy are allowed to bring a scribe as an assistant, who has filled or submitted affidavits which ensure scribe’s authenticity. 
    • Other allowed devices- an abacus without a calculator is allowed to candidates suffering from visual impairment or hearing impairment.

    Ques. What is the minimum academic eligibility criteria for writing CAT 2020?

    Ans. A bachelor’s degree from a recognized institute is compulsory and mandatory for writing CAT 2020, this must meet the minimum percentage requirement of 50% in the qualifying examination.

    Ques: When  should i start taking Mock Test for CAT?

    Ans: The first mock test that you have to take is in the start of June or end of May, to test where you stand. At that point, step through 3 exams in July, 4 tests in August, and from September to November, step through 5 examinations in every month." That's over 20+ ridicules from June till CAT 2020.

    Ques. Is there any age restriction for taking CAT 2020?

    Ans. No, there is no age restriction to take CAT 2020.

    Ques. Do the non-MCQ type questions carry equal marks as MCQs?

    Ans. Yes, all questions carry equal marks. However, for non-MCQ type questions, you must type the answer on the computer screen in the given space.

    Ques.  I have not completed my Bachelor’s Degree/I am in final year of Bachelor’s degree. What marks do I need to enter in the Application form?

    Ans. As per CAT guidelines, candidates who are in the final year of their Bachelor’s degree need to enter the aggregate percentage of marks from the last marks statement in CAT 2020 application form. 

    Ques. Is there any equivalent qualification to bachelor’s degree?

    Ans. Candidates may possess an equivalent qualification recognized by the Ministry of HRD, Government of India, including the Associate Membership Examination (AMICE) of the Institution of Civil Engineers (India) as an equivalent qualification.

    *The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College

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    Sunny Pandey

    Which is tougher in terms of english comprehension: CAT or GMAT?

    21 Sep, 2020 10:53

    Hi Sunny, The Quantitative Ability section in CAT is quite a bit tougher than the Quantitative section in the GMAT exam. ... The Verbal section has approximately the same time per question but the number of Reading Comprehension passages are lower for GMAT than for CAT.

    23 Sep, 2020 23:38
    Sheetal Chib

    Do I need a CAT for a one year executive program?

    21 Sep, 2020 10:51

    Hi Sheetal, Yes, CAT score is valid for admission to Executive MBA courses of IIMs. For more information, please click on the following link, Eligibilty Criteria for Eexecutive MBA- CAT.

    23 Sep, 2020 23:35
    Vikram Dewan

    I am from an engineering background. Is it true that in the name of diversity, IIMs are preferring non-engineers?

    08 Sep, 2020 15:01

    Hi Vikram, Yes, IIMs do prefer diversity but it doesn’t mean that they prefer non- engineers. The selection process is completely unbiased and is completely on the basis of a candidate’s profile.

    14 Sep, 2020 12:27
    Suraj Rout

    Can we switch between the sections during the CAT exam?

    31 Aug, 2020 17:20

    Hi Suraj, CAT has a sectional time limit, which means each section needs to be completed in 60 minutes. Due to sectional time limit candidates cannot switch to the other section.

    14 Sep, 2020 23:51
    Suraj Rout

    Will JNU only accept CAT scores for admission to the MBA program?

    31 Aug, 2020 17:18

    Yes Suraj, CAT score is mandatory for the eligibility in JNU for the MBA program.

    05 Sep, 2020 13:19
    Karan Lurhra

    If the number of test-takers reduces due to the pandemic, how will that effect the cut-off?

    31 Aug, 2020 17:03

    Hi Karan, if the number of candidates appearing for the examination are less, there is a chance that the cut-off might be less as compared to the previous years for the CAT exam.

    05 Sep, 2020 13:22

    What is the best strategy for preparing for CAT while working from home?

    31 Aug, 2020 16:54

    Click here for comprehensive information about preparation strategies for CAT, study pattern, and course materials.

    05 Sep, 2020 13:24

    Which exam centers have been eliminated due to the ongoing pandemic?

    31 Aug, 2020 16:53

    Hi Himani, click here for the updated state-wise list of the CAT examination centres.

    05 Sep, 2020 13:25
    Mansi Bhatnagar

    Due to this corona pandemic, are there any changes in the expected cut-off of the colleges?

    31 Aug, 2020 16:46

    Hi Mansi, the cut-offs for various colleges will be released once the results for the CAT exam are declared. Hence, there is no concrete information that suggests if the cut-offs will be high or low for this session.

    05 Sep, 2020 13:27

    Where can I find the CAT mock test?

    31 Aug, 2020 16:35

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