CAT Percentile Predictor 2020: Know Colleges based on Percentile

    CAT 2020 will be conducted by IIM Indore on November 29, 2020. Speculations about its postponement due to COVID-19 have been erased. The paper will be conducted in its due schedule.

    Being one of the most prominent management entrance test for admission in premier B-schools across the country, aspirants are thus inquisitive about their performance in the exam before CAT results are declared. CAT Percentile mainly depends on the total number of candidates taking the exam, difficulty level of the question paper in a particular slot and comparative performance of the candidate with respect to others. Keeping these parameters in mind, Collegedunia percentile predictor for CAT 2020 will estimate candidates percentile and chances of getting shortlisted by management colleges. 

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    How to Use CAT 2020 Percentile Predictor?

    Candidates can use the percentile predictor soon after taking the exam by following a few simple steps:

    Step 1: Registration

    Create a login account at Collegedunia by simply mentioning your email id, contact number, full name and password. Candidates who already have an account can login using their email id and password. This is an essential step to use Percentile Predictor.

    Step 2: Enter Details

    Once done with registration, a redirected window asking for marks and category details will be displayed. 

    • Expected Marks: Candidates need to enter their expected marks out of 300. Candidates can calculate their expected marks on the basis of CAT Cutoff along with their stated attempts and correct answers. 
    • Expected Percentile: There is also an option to enter expected percentile (out of 100) instead of marks.
    • Gender: Select gender category from male, female and other options. This is necessary as several IIMs and B-schools have defined separate selection criteria based on gender. 
    • Cut off Category: Aspirants have to provide their reservation category details.
    • State of Domicile: Out of the complete list of options available, select state to which you belong. 

    Step 3: Predict your Percentile

    After mentioning the required information to calculate your percentile, click on ‘Predict Now’. A new window will open mentioning expected percentile and list of colleges accepting the score. 

    Example to Use CAT Percentile Predictor

    Suppose a candidate ‘X’ is a male Delhi resident and is aspiring to appear for CAT 2020 and aiming to score 180 out of 300 marks. His/Her Collegedunia Percentile predictor window will appear likewise:

    CAT Percentile Predictor

    Use Filters to Predict Colleges Accepting Score

    Collegedunia Percentile Predictor not just estimates the rank but also provides specific filters according to MBA streams and cities across India. 

    Select college in a particular state and city: Number of colleges in each state accepting the Percentile is shown down below. Candidates can refine their results as per their desired state.

    Management Substream: As B-schools provide number of management programs, candidates have their own preferences. According to the expected percentile of the candidate colleges as per specific programs are also displayed. Candidates can opt for programs from operational management to finance and foreign trade.

    Type of Degree: Not just programs, the predictor also provides option to choose college as per type of degree aspired by the candidate. With MBA/PGDM being the most prominent degree, options of PG Diploma and Executive MBA can also be opted. This depends on the eligibility criteria required for specific degree type.

    More than 2,44 lakh candidates applied for CAT 2019 and 209,926 appeared for the exam. Constant increase in number of CAT aspirants has increased the competition as well. CAT Percentile Predictor is a premium tool to guide candidates shortlist their desired college and program.

    CAT Percentile Vs Score in Past Years

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