CAT 2019 Common Admission Test
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CAT Percentile Predictor

CAT Percentile Predictor is a tool to help candidates get an estimate of their CAT percentile on the basis of their attempt in the Common Admission Test. The CAT Percentile Predictor is a data-driven tool for aspirants to give the candidates an estimate of the CAT Percentile that they would score.

CAT 2018 examination is scheduled to conducted on November 25, 2018 and the result is expected to be released in the first week of January 2019. The CAT Test Takers can predict their CAT 2018 Percentile by following few 4 easy steps.

By trying our CAT Percentile Predictor, candidates can:

  • Predict Results before the actual CAT Result Declaration
  • Realize their standing in comparison to other CAT Examinees
  • Know the B-schools that fall in the scored percentile range

Steps to use the CAT Percentile Predictor:

  • Enter your name, mobile number and email-address.
  • Enter the questions that you had attempted and the number of questions that you had attempted right out of all the questions for all the CAT sections.
  • Mark the exam difficulty level – easy, medium and difficult.
  • Once you are done, click on “Predict my CAT Percentile”
  • Get the result on your computer screen and start looking for colleges accepting your CAT Percentile.

The Common Admission is a Computer Based Test of 3-hour duration with the following three sections:

  1. Verbal and Reading Comprehension
  2. Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning
  3. Quantitative Ability

A total of 100 questions would appear in the Common Admission Test. Every correct answer carries about 3 marks and a negative response would be carrying one mark for a wrong response.

The determination of CAT Percentile by IIMs would be based on the following factors:

  • The Total number of candidates who had appeared in the examination
  • The performance of a candidate in relative to his peers
  • Section and Slot wise difficulty levels

CAT 2018 examination will be conducted in two sessions on a single day in order to maintain the equality in scores. The marks of all the candidates will be calculated through a Normalization Process. The process contributes in equating marks, allotting marks and identifying the individual scores across numerous forms.   

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