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CAT Registration Date 29 July 2013 To 24 Sep 2013
CAT Exam 2013 Dates 16 Oct to 11 Nov
CMAT Registration Date 03 July 2013 to 21 Aug 2013
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CAT

Visit official website www.catiim.in to online Cat registration

CAT (Common Admission Test):

How to apply: There are registration forms available in AXIS bank branches. Once you get your voucher number, you have to fill out your examination details online.

PARTICULARS
DATE

CAT Registration Date

August-October

Exam Date

October-November

College Registration

November-January

Written Test Result

January

GD-PI

March-April

Final Result

May-June

a. Exam Pattern:

SECTION NO OF QUESTIONS DURATION

Quantitative Admission and Data Interpretation

30

70 minutes

Verbal Ability and Reasoning

30

70 minutes

TOTAL

60

140 minutes

b. There is negative marking in the exam. 1/4th of the marks allotted per question are termed negative in case of a wrong answer.

c. The official website for CAT is www.catiim.com


Basic eligibility for CAT

The qualification criterion that is needed for a student to apply for the Common Admission Test is a graduate degree from an approved college. The students can be from any stream, but they are required to have a score of at least 50 percent in their final exams. Students of the Sc/St/PH and OBC communities require only 45 percentage marks. Those who are writing their final year exam are qualified to appear for the exam too.

The CAT 2011 will have only two sections. The first section is Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation; the second section is Verbal Ability & Logical Reasoning. These two sections will be implemented sequentially with separate time limits. The examination will be 140 minutes. Candidates will have 70 minutes to answer 30 questions within each section which will have an on-screen countdown timer. Within the 70 min provided for the section, candidates can review the answers. Once the time ends for the first section, they will move to the second section and will no longer be able to go back.

A 15-minute tutorial will be provided before the start of the test, and candidates are advised to go through that carefully before starting the main examination. The total duration will be two hours and thirty five minutes including the tutorial. A practice test to provide candidates with a feel of the timed sections, as well as navigation and functionality of the actual test will be made available in the coming weeks. Once again candidates are advised to go though them carefully to familiarize themselves with the screens, layout, and navigation.

At the test venue, each candidate will be seated at a desk with a computer terminal and he/she will be provided with a scratch paper for calculations. After the test, candidate must leave the scratch paper at the desk. Rough work cannot be done on any other paper/sheet, as nothing will be allowed inside the testing room. No breaks will be given during the test.

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