Latest Update (24th August 2017): CAT Notification 2017 Common Admission Test will conduct on 26th November, Eligibility Criteria, and Application Form available from 9th August at www.iimcat.ac.in
CAT Application Form 2017
Here we have good news for the candidates who want to take admission in top MBA colleges and IIMs, that this year the CAT Common Admission Test will be headed and conducted by the Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow who is responsible for conducting the paper, releasing the admit card as well as result. Recently the authorities have released the CAT 2017 Notification on 29th July 2017. Every year the authority of the IIMs conduct this biggest national level MBA Entrance Test to select the intelligent and deserving candidate for taking admission in top MBA colleges. There are 20 IIMs in India which accepts the CAT scores. Apart from this, there are 100 top B schools other than IIMs also accept CAT scores. IIMs offer 4,000 seats to select the candidate. The candidate who wants to apply for the CAT Exam is required to check its notification first which is available on its official website www.iimcat.ac.in.
CAT 2017 Registration
The authority will conduct this Common Admission Test on 9th August 2017 and from this date the authority will invite the online applications for a large number of candidate. Around 2 lakhs of candidates registered themselves every year to get admission in IIMs. The online process is the only medium to accept the application forms. The online registration process will complete and close in the September 2017. Hence the interested candidate can apply for the same before the last date arrives. Before applying for the same, the candidate must check the notification and follow the instructions to apply for the CAT 2017 Exam.
www.iimcat.ac.in Notification 2017
|Exam Name||Common Admission Test|
|Name of the Conducting Body||Indian Institute of Management Lucknow|
|Exam Level||National Level|
|Date of Notification Release||30th July 2017|
|Date of Registration||9th August 2017|
|Last Date for registration||20th September 2017|
|Date of Admit card issue||18th October 2017|
|Date of Exam||26th November 2017|
|Result date||January 2018|
|Mode to apply||Online|
CAT Important Dates 2017
Here we have provided all the important dates on which the event take place
- CAT Notification release date: 29th July 2017
- CAT Application Form availability date: 9th August 2017
- Last date to apply for CAT 2017: 20th September 2017
- Release date for CAT 2017 Admit Card: 18th October 2017
- CAT 2017 Exam Date: 26th November 2017
- CAT 2017 Result Date: Second week of January 2018
CAT Exam 2017
The authority will be going to conduct the exam on 26th November 2017 and the admit card for the same will be available on 18th October 2017 that is on Wednesday. The Common Admission Test will be conducted in various approved centers at 140 cities in all over India. At the time of the application process, the candidate has to choose four cities on their priority basis.
CAT Eligibility Criteria 2017
Candidate must have bachelor’s degree with at least score of 50% marks from the recognized Institute whereas the reserved category candidate must score at least 45% marks. Candidates who are still in the final year of graduation can also apply for the CAT 2017 but he or she must meet the cutoff of the Bachelor’s degree.
For general category candidate, the application fees is 1800INR whereas the reserved category candidate has to pay 900INR as the application fees and the candidate can pay the fees via credit card, debit card, and via net banking.
CAT Exam Pattern 2017
In CAT paper, you will get 100 objective type questions which have multiple choice and non-multiple choice questions and the candidate has to attempt all the questions within 3 hours of time duration. The paper is divided into 3 sections including Verbal Ability and Comprehension, Data Interpretation and reasoning, and Quantitative Ability. Each section has its own time slot of 1 hour and the candidate has to attempt all the questions within this time period. The candidates will get 3 marks for every correct answer whereas 1 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer.