CAT 2020 Official Mock Test Expected to Release on Oct 16, Read How to Access

Samrat Roy Samrat Roy
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The official CAT 2020 Mock Test is expected to be released on October 16, 2020. Read the article to know how CAT 2020 mock test and other details can be accessed.

CAT 2020 Mock Test can be accessed by candidates who have successfully registered for CAT 2020.

The official CAT mock test is much more important than in previous years, as aspirants want to know whether or not the number of questions has been reduced with a reduction in the duration of the exam.

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In addition, to understand the test flow beforehand, the CAT mock test is like a virtual guide for learners. Prior knowledge of how the CAT question paper can be navigated.

Earlier, due to the country's prevailing COVID-19 situation, a few changes were announced in the CAT 2020 exam pattern.

This year, the exam duration will be only 120 minutes instead of 180 minutes, and three sessions will take place instead of two as in previous years.

CAT 2020 Mock Test Exam Slots

On November 29, CAT 2020 will be held. The timing of the three exam slots for CAT 2020 is:

  • Morning session: 8:30 AM to 10: 30 AM
  • Afternoon session: 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM
  • Evening session: 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM

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Benefits of CAT 2020 Mock Test

  • As it will be the exact replica of the actual exam, the official CAT mock test will be helpful for candidates in understanding the new exam pattern of the exam.
  • The CAT mock test will include questions with the same level of difficulty as the actual exam. This will help the candidates evaluate their preparation for the CAT. In the remainder of one month, they can prepare for the examination according to weaknesses.
  • In learning time management, the CAT mock test will also be useful. CAT is a speed-based test and there is limited time for test takers to solve a number of calculation-intensive questions as well as read long passages of comprehension.
  • CAT has a sectional time limit, i.e., candidates will only get 40 minutes to solve each section. By solving the CAT mock test, the applicants will be able to learn how to use the time given.

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