CAT (Common Admission Test) exam is a national level exam which is conducted by IIM’s (Indian Institute of Management) for various management courses offered by the IIM’s. CAT 2019 entrance exam is a milestone for MBA aspirants who want take admission in IIM’s and top B schools in India.
CAT 2019 Exam dates / Registration details:
CAT 2019 examination dates are as:
Online Registration Starts
|8th August 2018|
Last date for Registration
|19th September 2018|
|3||Application Correction Starts||4th week of September 2018|
|4||Admit Card Downloading Starts||24th October 2018 onward|
|5||Mock Test||3rd week of October 2018|
|6||CAT Aptitude Test||25th November 2018|
Cut Off Release
|Last week of November 2018|
Answer Key Release
|1st week of December 2018|
|2nd week of January 2019|
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CAT 2019 Exam Fees / Registration Fees:
Candidates have to apply online for CAT, as there is no offline mode for the registration.
The online payment modes are credit cards (Visa/Master/Amex/Diners Club), debit cards (Visa/Master/Rupay), net banking and Cash Card & Wallet. The application fee details are given below:
All other categories
|Rs. 1900 + Transaction Procession Fee|
|2||SC, ST and PwD||Rs. 950 + Transaction Procession Fee|
CAT 2019 Eligibility Criteria:
The detailed CAT 2019 eligibility is given as:
1] Candidates must have a bachelor’s or its equivalent degree.
2] Pass the above exam (Point number 1) with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA (45% marks for SC/ST/PWD categories).
3] Final year of Bachelor’s degree/equivalent qualification examination can also apply
4] Candidates, those possess an equivalent examination recognized by the MHRD, Government of India (including AMICE of the Institution of Civil Engineers (India) as an equivalent qualification) can also apply.
CAT 2019 Syllabus:
CAT exam is divided into three (3) section viz.
1] Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension,
2] Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning and
3] Quantitative Ability.
Total time allotted to this is 180 minutes followed by 100 questions. Each correct question carries 3 marks.