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CAT

What is CAT Exam?

Common Admission Test or CAT is a management aptitude test conducted by the IIMCAT for admission to MBA programmes offered by the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) and over 1200 other B-schools across India. Over 2 lakh candidates appear in the exam every year. The CAT exam is conducted by one of the IIMs in online mode at various test centres in over 156 cities. CAT 2019 will be conducted by IIM Kozhikode on November 24, 2019 in two sessions – forenoon (9 am to 12 am) and afternoon (2:30 pm to 5:30 pm). 

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CAT 2019: Exam Highlights

Features 

Details 

Exam Name

Common Admission Test (CAT) 

Conducting Body

IIMCAT

CAT 2019 convening body

IIM Kozhikode

Exam Level

National

Exam Frequency

Once a year

Exam Mode

Online

Exam Duration

180 minutes

Exam Syllabus

Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension (VARC), Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DILR) and Quantitative Ability (QA)

Exam Pattern

100 questions in MCQ and non-MCQ format

Language

English

Exam Fees

Rs 1900 (General category) and Rs 950 (Reserved category)

Number of Applications Received 

2.44 lakh

Exam Purpose

Admission into IIMs, SPJIMR, FMS, MDI, IMT and over 1200 B Schools in India

Course Offered

MBA/PGDM

No. of Test Cities

156

Exam Helpdesk No.

 0495-2809219

Exam Website

 https://iimcat.ac.in

CAT registrations over the years

This year, about 2.44 lakh candidates applied for the CAT exam. Last year, the number of applications received was 2.40 lakh. The number of applications received for CAT 2019 is the highest since 2010. 

CAT Registration Trends

CAT 2019 Eligibility Criteria

  • The candidate must possess a bachelor’s degree with at least 50 per cent marks or equivalent CGPA ( 45 per cent for SC, ST and PWD/DA category) from a recognised board or university

  • The candidate must have completed  a professional degree (CA/ CS/ ICWA) with required percentage

  • Candidates appearing for the final year of bachelor’s degree/equivalent qualification or awaiting result are also eligible to apply for CAT exam 2019

    Read more: CAT Eligibility Criteria

CAT 2019 Important Events and Dates

CAT 2019 Events

CAT 2019 Dates

Salient Features

CAT 2019 notification release

July 28, 2019

IIM Kozhikode announced CAT 2019 schedule and related details

CAT Registrations start

August 7, 2019

Online registrations open. No change in registration process or fees from last year

Registrations end

September 25, 2019 (5:00 pm)

Registrations closed after being extended for a week from September 18

CAT form correction

September 28 to 30, 2019

Candidates could upload new photo and signature. No other information could be edited

CAT mock test release

October 16, 2019

The official mock test will have 100 questions to be solved in 3 hours

CAT mock test will be available in online mode only

CAT official tutorial release 

October 16, 2019

To help candidates understand exam day guidelines

Admit card release

October 23, 2019

To be downloaded from CAT 2019 website

CAT exam 2019

November 24, 2019

To be held in 156 cities in two slots – morning and afternoon

Answer key release

November 29, 2019 (tentative)

To be downloaded from CAT website. Candidates can raise objection (if any)

Result declaration

January 6, 2020 (tentative)

SMS notification of result declaration

Release of scorecard on official website

CAT Exam Pattern and Test Structure

CAT question paper is divided into three sections: VARC, DILR and QA. Each section is allotted 60 minutes. The candidates are required to solve both MCQ and Non-MCQ type questions. The questions paper is usually of moderate difficultly level with QA posing more challenges in terms of tough questions. Check the highlights of CAT exam pattern below.

CAT question paper pattern and structure
Number of exam sessionsTwo (forenoon and afternoon)
Number of sectionsThree
Names of the sectionsVARC, DILR and QA
Duration of exam60 minutes per section (Total 180 minutes)
Total number of questions100
Section-wise number of questions
  • VARC -34
  • DILR- 32
  • QA – 34
Total marks300
Language of question paperEnglish
Number of answer choicesFour
Type of questionsMCQs and Non-MCQs
Section-wise difficulty level
  • VARC – Easy to moderate
  • DILR- Moderate to difficult
  • QA – Difficult
Marking Scheme
  • 3 marks for each right question
  • Negative marking of 1/3 (-1) for each wrong MCQ
  • No negative marking for wrong non-MCQ

Changes in CAT exam pattern over the years:

CAT moved from offline mode to online mode in 2009. Since then, the exam has witnessed several changes in test structure, especially with respect to time and total number of questions. In 2010, CAT was held for 150 minutes with a total 60 questions to be answered. Over the years, duration of the exam increased to 180 and the number of questions increased to 100. In 2010, the CAT question paper was divided into three sections – QA, DILR and VARC but from 2011 to 2014, the question paper had only two sections – QA & DI and LR & VARC. 2015 onwards, it went back to older pattern of three sections. Read more: Changes in CAT exam pattern

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CAT 2019 Mock Test

IIMCAT has released the official CAT mock test. Only the registered candidates can access the official mock test. Those who have registered for CAT 2019 can attempt the official mock test by logging on to the IIMCAT website through their login IDs.

Click here for Official CAT 2019 Mock Test

CAT Mock Test Link for Candidates with Low Vision

Also read: CAT Mock Test Guidelines

Candidates can also practice CAT mock tests created by Shiksha and analyze the level of their CAT preparation. Take two mock tests below one by one, to understand the question paper pattern and assess your level of preparation.

Try this CAT Mock Test, Powered by IMS, to get an idea about the type of questions that will be asked in 2019 exam. You can also download the Question Paper along with answers and their explanations for Free. Click below to start the first online test now.

Free CAT 2019 Mock Test 1

CAT Preparation: Expert Tips and Topper Interviews

Go through the articles listed below for expert tips and topper interviews for CAT preparation:

Tips and Tricks for CAT
CAT 2019: How to prepare without quitting your jobCAT 2019: Preparation Plan for Verbal Ability
Quantitative Aptitude preparation plan for CAT 2019CAT 2019: Preparation Plan for Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning
CAT 2019 preparation: Your love for reading can get you the desired resultCAT 2019: Simple tips to optimize exam preparation
What is the best time to start CAT preparationAdvantages of giving CAT for final year student

Prepare for CAT exam with previous years’ question papers & prep guides. Get topper tips & expert advice.

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Read CAT 2018 exam analysis to get an idea of the question paper pattern, marking scheme and difficulty level of the exam and CAT 2018 Students Reaction & Reviews to know what test-takers had to say about last year’s question paper.

To know the CAT preparation strategy of previous years’ toppers, click on the links given below:

CAT Topper

Preparation Strategy

Rounak Majumdar

CAT 2018 score: 100 percentile

  • Attempted 40 mock tests
  • Analysed errors
  • Improved LRDI score by identifying easier sets in the exam.

Read Rounak’s prep strategy

Swapnil Suman

CAT 2018 Score: 100 percentile

  • Attempted 54 mock tests
  • Treated solving DILR as solving puzzles
  • Revised Quant formula regularly

Read Swapnil’s prep strategy

Tushar Singhal

CAT 2018 score: 99.70 percentile

  • Started exam preparation in May
  • Took one mock test every week and analysed weak points
  • Used online preparation sources

Read Tushar’s prep strategy

Amar Agrahari

CAT 2018 score: 99.67 percentile

  • Started CAT preparation in March
  • For VARC, relied on video solutions provided by coaching institutes
  • Books & authors: Word Power Made Easy, Sarvesh Verma, Arun Sharma

Read Amar’s prep strategy

Vineet Bajaj

CAT 2018 score: 99.53 percentile

  • Started CAT preparation in August
  • Cracked VARC with maximum practice of RC
  • Attempted mocks to work upon weakness

Read Vineet’s prep strategy

Siddhanth Dhawan

CAT 2018 score: 99.28 percentile

  • Started CAT preparation in January
  • Moved to mock tests from July
  • Attempted 25 mock tests in the last month

Read Siddhant’s prep strategy

Try this second CAT Mock Test, Powered by IMS, to check your hold on all the sections of CAT exam. You can also download the Question Paper along with answers and their explanations for Free. Click below to start the second online test now. 

Free CAT 2019 Mock Test 2

CAT 2019 Test Cities and Exam Centres

CAT 2019 will be conducted at multiple exam centres in 156 cities across India. Candidates can provide up to four preferences for test city allocation during the CAT application process.. They will be allotted an exam centre in one of the four cities chosen, according to the availability of seats. Click here for the list of CAT 2019 test cities

CAT 2019 Exam Day Guidelines

Candidates appearing for the exam must carry the following documents to the exam centre to get entry inside the exam hall: 

  • Admit card: Candidates appearing for the CAT 2019 exam must carry their admit cards to the exam centre. You will not be allowed entry in case you do not carry your CAT admit card. 
  • Identity Proof: Along with the admit card, candidates are required to carry a photo ID proof such as College ID (must be supported with a valid debit/credit card), employer ID, driving license, passport, PAN card, voter ID, Aadhaar card.
  • Name change document: In case a candidate changed their name, they will be required to carry a name change degree document. Also Read: What to carry to the CAT exam centre

Some items are prohibited inside the exam hall. Given below is the list of those items.  

  • Calculator, watch, phone, iPad or any electronic item
  • Bags and purses
  • Eatables
  • Jewellery and accessories that contain metal
  • Jackets and clothes with pockets
  • Closed footwear 

Note: Candidates with a metal implant, pacemaker, etc. in their body will be required to bring medical certificate of the same at Test Centre.

Also read:Official CAT 2019 Test Day Guidelines

Take a look at CAT exam day work flow:

Top Colleges Accepting CAT Exam Score

CAT scores are accepted by 20 IIMs and various B-schools across the country. You can visit these links to see the cut offs, placements, fees, rankings and selection process of each IIM. Also read: MBA colleges accepting CAT score

List of IIMs accepting CAT scores

IIM CalcuttaIIM Ahmedabad
IIM BangaloreIIM Lucknow
IIM KozhikodeIIM Indore
IIM ShillongIIM Rohtak
IIM RanchiIIM Raipur
IIM UdaipurIIM Nagpur
IIM TiruchirappalliIIM Kashipur
IIM VisakhapatnamIIM Bodh Gaya
IIM AmritsarIIM Sambalpur
IIM SirmaurIIM Jammu

CAT 2019 Selection Procedure

IIM admission and selection process begins after the announcement of results. Each IIM fixes minumum CAT cut off percentile for shortlisting of candidates. Those who meet the cut off are eligble for admission. Given below is an overview of IIM and non-IIM selection process.

IIM Admission Process

CAT selection procedure for all the IIMs includes the following:

  1. Screening of candidates on the basis of their CAT 2019 score
  2. Written Ability Test/Group Discussion/Personal Interview (WAT/GD/PI)
  3. Computation of composite score followed by final selection

Read more: 

IIM Admission and Selection Criteria through CAT

Courses offered by IIMs

CAT Cut Offs

CAT cut off for IIM admission is fixed by each institute category-wise. While the qualifying cut offs range between 80 and 90 (General category), final cut offs are much higher. Given below is the table indicating qualifying CAT cut offs 2018-2019.

IIM

CAT cut off (qualifying)

IIM Ahmedabad

80

IIM Bangalore

80

IIM Calcutta

85

IIM Lucknow

90

IIM Kozhikode

85

IIM Indore

90

IIM Rohtak

90

IIM Visakhapatnam

90

IIM Trichy

95

IIM Udaipur

90

IIM Ranchi

95

IIM Amritsar

90

IIM Shillong

75

IIM Kashipur

90

IIM Sambalpur

90

IIM Jammu

95

IIM Sirmaur

95

IIM Nagpur

90

IIM Raipur

95

IIM Bodhgaya

95

*The cut off percentiles mentioned in the above table are of General category. To know section-wise cut offs for all categories of students, click here

IIM Fees- Campus Wise

Below is the list of PGP programme fees of each IIM. The amount mentioned here is course fee of PGP/MBA (2 years). 

IIM campus

PGP/MBA seats

*PGP fees (total fee – in Lakhs)

IIM Ahmedabad

385

23

IIM Bangalore

430

21

IIM Calcutta

210

21

IIM Lucknow

436

14

IIM Kozhikode

375

17

IIM Raipur

210

12

IIM Udaipur

260

13

IIM Rohtak

240

12

IIM Visakhapatnam

60

10

IIM Trichy

180

10

IIM Sambalpur

120

10

IIM Ranchi

240

10

IIM Bodhgaya

120

11

IIM Sirmaur

60

10

IIM Jammu

120

10

IIM Amritsar

60

9

IIM Shillong

120

13

IIM Kashipur

210

10

IIM Nagpur

130

10

IIM Indore

451

16

 *The Fees has been rounded off to the nearest Lakh. The fees may increase in the new academic session.

Non-IIM Admission Process

Institutes accepting CAT score other than IIMs also conduct GD/PI for admission to their MBA/PGDM programmes. However, there are a few colleges which accept students on the basis of thei CAT score only. 

Also read:

Procedure for admission in top MBA colleges in India through CAT

MBA fees of top colleges in India

To know CAT cut offs of non-IIMs refer to the table below:

Colleges Accepting CAT percentile above 90

Colleges Accepting CAT percentile from 70-80

Colleges Accepting CAT percentile from 80-90 percentile

Colleges Accepting CAT percentile from 60-70

Colleges Accepting CAT percentile above 85

Scored low in CAT? Don’t fret, you can still get a good college

Check 2018 CAT Cut offs and predict calls from IIMs and other Top MBA Colleges, whether your CAT score is 70 percentile, 80 percentile or 90 percentile. Check Fees, Placement Reviews, Admission, Shortlist Criteria and eligibility of all MBA Colleges by clicking the link below:

Predict IIM & Non IIM Calls

FAQs Regarding CAT Exam

Q: For how many times is CAT exam held in a year?

A: CAT exam is conducted online once every year. The exam is held in two sessions – forenoon and afternoon. The forenoon session is held from 9 am to 12 pm and the afternoon session is held between 2 pm and 5 pm.

Q: What is the application fee of CAT exam?

A: The application fee for CAT exam is Rs 1,900 for General category and Rs 950 for reserved category students.

Q: Is there an age limit to appear in CAT exam?

A: No, there is no age limit to appear in the exam. Any candidate who is a Graduate or is in the final year of Graduation is eligible to apply for CAT.

Q: What are the scholarship schemes in IIMs that candidates appearing in CAT can avail of upon admission?

A: IIMs provide scholarships to meritorious candidates and the ones belonging to the economically weaker section. Also read: IIM Fees & Scholarships

Q. I am in my second year of graduation. Can I appear for CAT for practice purpose?

A: No, the candidate must fulfill the minimum eligibility criteria for CAT to be able to appear for the exam.

Q: What are the time slots for CAT 2019 examination?

A: CAT 2019 will have two sessions: forenoon (9 am to 12 pm) and afternoon (2pm to 5 pm) on Sunday, November 24, 2019.

Q: Can I appear for more than one slot for CAT exam?

A: No, each candidate can appear for CAT exam in one slot only. The slot will be allotted to the candidate by the exam authority. To ensure every candidate attempts the exam in only one slot, admit cards, Photo IDs, candidate photo, and biometric record will be verified.

Q: Are there any special provisions for PwD candidates?

A: Yes, there are special provisions for PwD candidates, like scribe assistance and extra exam hours.

Q: Will the extra one hour be distributed among 3 sections of CAT question paper?

A: Yes. PwD candidates will get one extra hour. This extra hour will be equally divided into the sections. I.e. total exam duration for PwD candidates will be 240 minutes and sectional time limit will be 80 minutes each.

Q: I belong to EWS category, what documents do I need to upload with CAT form?

A: You are required to upload a EWS category form available on the CAT website. The form should be duly filled and self-attested

Q: What is the marking scheme for CAT? Is there negative marking?

A: For each right answer, the candidate will be given three marks and for each wrong answer -1 mark will be deducted. The total marks of the exam is 300.

Q: Can I select my preference of shift and test date?

A: The CAT exam is conducted only on one day in two shifts. The exam slot is allotted to the candidate by the exam authority as per availability. A candidate cannot choose a shift.

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CAT 2019 Contact Information

CAT Centre
Admissions Office
Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode
IIMK Campus P.O.
Kozhikode 673570 CAT Centre

Phone and email:
0495-2809219
cat2019@iimk.ac.in

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CAT 2019 Admit Card

CAT admit card 2019 is available for download on the official website. Candidates can download their respective admit cards by using their CAT login ID. Last date to download the admit card is November 24, 2019. 

CAT admit card is a mandatory document to be carried to the exam centre. Failure to carry the admit card at the exam centre can lead to disqualification from taking CAT exam. Thus, the candidates must download their admit cards before the CAT ex as hard copy of the same will not be iss

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CAT 2019 Mock Test

Official CAT Mock Test

IIMCAT, the CAT conducting body, every year releases official mock test for candidates to practice and familiarise themselves with the actual CAT exam. Official mock test of CAT 2019 has been released. The CAT mock test available on the official website consists of questions from VARC, DILR and QA. The CAT 2019 mock test can be attempted online through candidate login. Candidates need to sign in and agree to the terms and conditions to be able to access the CAT 2019 mock

CAT 2019 Dates

The CAT 2019 registration process ended on September 25. The exam will be held on November 24 and the admit cards will be issued to candidates from October 23 onwards.

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CAT 2019 Syllabus

CAT syllabus is defined by IIMCAT and remains the same every year apart from slight change in the number of questions topic-wise within the sections. As per the CAT 2019 notification, no changes have been made in syllabus for CAT 2019 exam

CAT syllabus 2019 includes three sections:

  1. Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension (VARC)
  2. Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DILR)
  3. Quantitative Ability (QA)

The key to success in is complete understanding of the CAT syllabus and exam pattern

CAT 2019 Prep Tips

For CAT Preparation 2019, the candidates must make a subject wise plan. The CAT exam has three sections – VARC, DILR and QA. When making a CAT preparation plan, keep in mind which subject is your weak point and allot time to it accordingly. Experts advise that a candidate must begin CAT preparation with the subject they find the toughest. Take a look at some of the important aspects of CAT 2019 preparation, below.

Step-wise CAT 2019 Preparation Plan

Step 1: Check the thoroughly and understand

CAT 2019 Question Papers

One of the most important aspects of CAT preparation is practicing the . Solving the previous years’ papers and sample papers will help you get familiar with the types of questions, the pattern and marking scheme of the exam. Since CAT is an online exam, actual CAT question papers are not released by the exam authorities, however a few CAT previous years’ question papers are available to students in the form of answer key, from which you can practice questions. You can also practice from CAT sam

CAT 2019 Pattern

Important points about the CAT exam pattern are as follows:

  • The paper is split between three sections
  1. Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (VARC)
  2. Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning (DI-LR)
  3. Quantitative Ability (QA)
  • Total number of questions is 100 and these are in both MCQ and non-MCQ format
  • Time allotted is 180 minutes (3 hours) to answer these questions
  • There is a time limit of 60 minutes for each section
  • The exam is conducted in online mode

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CAT 2019 Application Form

CAT 2019 registration process is now over. CAT 2019 is scheduled to be held on November 24 in two sessions, admit cards for which are now available for download.CAT 2019 registration process concluded on September 25. CAT registrations was originally scheduled to end on September 18 but was extended by a week. CAT registrations was conducted in online mode and over 2.44 lak. The CAT form correction window was opened for candidates from September 28 to 30, to edit image and signature, if required

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CAT 2019 Analysis

CAT 2019 will be held on November 24 in two sessions – forenoon and afternoon. The question paper of both the session will be same in terms of pattern and test structure but will vary in terms of difficulty level.

Immediately after the CAT 2019 exam, many coaching institutes and MBA experts will release their analysis of the question paper. This CAT 2019 analysis will contain in depth assessment of difficulty level of the questions, sectional cut offs and number of good attempts that will get c

CAT 2019 Cut Off

The 20 IIMs and other top B-schools in India fix their own CAT cut off percentile for selection of candidates for admission. The cut offs remain high (99 + percentile) for admission to tops IIMs like IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Bangalore, IIM Calcutta, IIM Lucknow and IIM Kozhikode. The aspirants must note that there are two types of CAT cut offs for IIM admission – qualifying cut off and final cut off. While the former is announced before declaration, the latter is announce after. The CAT cut off 2019 f

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CAT 2019 Answer Key

CAT 2019 answer key is likely to be released a week after the exam. The test takers can access the official answer key by using their CAT login ID and password. The exam conducting body, IIMCAT will first release the preliminary answer key and allow candidates to raise objection (if any) to the official answers by paying Rs 1000 as fees. The window to file objection will be opened for 2-3 days after which a revised CAT answer key will be released referred to as final answer key.

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CAT 2019 Results

CAT 2019 result is scheduled for release by IIMCAT in the second week of January 2020 (tentatively on January 6, 2020). The exact date of result declaration has not been announced by IIMCAT. The results are declared online on the official website of IIMCAT. The candidates can download their CAT score card by using their login ID and username. 

Latest update:

IIM Kozhikode to conduct CAT 2019 on November 24, 2019

CAT 2019 Result & Related Dates

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CAT 2019 Counselling

There is no provision of CAT counselling. Admission to IIMs and other B-schools through CAT is done on the basis of Written Ability Test or Group Discussion and Personal Interview (WAT/GD-PI). Selection criteria and minimum CAT cut off marks are also fixed by each IIM individually. Non-IIMs accepting CAT score for admission, issue their own admission schedule and selection process. 

Admission process through into IIMs and other management institutes begins after CAT result is declared in Januar

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CAT 2019 News

Common Admission Test or CAT is a management aptitude test for admission to MBA courses offered by the IIMs and top B-schools in India. CAT exam is scheduled to be held on November 24, 2019. Click on the links below to get the latest updates on CAT 2019 exam and check tips and tricks to score 99+ percentile.

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HiYou Still can have Admission in MBA Colleges without Writing CAT Exam. Direct Admission without Entrance Exams.Read this https://www.admissionmba.in/10-key-facts-for-direct-admission-in-mba/ -Admissions into almost all the B-School start around the month of July and close down by the end of Se…

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Hi raghav.
In general,to get admission into NAARM Hyderabad, one must score more than 70% in CMAT or more than 75% in CAT exams.
Good luck!

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The candidate must be a graduate in any discipline with 50% aggregate marks from any university or possess an equivalent qualification recognized by the Ministry of HRD, Government of India.The candidate must have 50% aggregate marks (or equivalent CGPA) in the 10th and 12th board examinations.Ca…

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To get calls from top 3 IIMS you need to score atleast 98 percentile.

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Hi, Whatever marks you scored in CAT. You’ll have to put the CAT percentile in the given column.

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