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Common Admission Test –

Popularly known as CAT, is one of the toughest management entrance examinations in India. This test is conducted by the IIM's every year in the month of November for admission to 2-year full time Post Graduate Programs in Management. Any graduate of any stream may it be commerce, science, arts, engineering or medical is eligible to give the Common Aptitude test when he is in his last year of graduation.


Apart from IIMs, there are most prominent B-Schools in the country accepting CAT scores for the admission to their respective management programs in India.


Students having completed their education need to have secured atleast 50% and above to be eligible to sit for the exam. This percentage is relaxed to 45% in the case of SC's, ST's and PWD's.

The Common Admission Test is carried out annually by the Indian Institute of Management for admitting candidates into their post graduate as well as fellow programs in management.


This exam which takes place in the month of November is the most challenging and unpredictable and it throws a surprise every single year. The test can be of about 2-2and a half hours and generally has 3 sections which test your Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, Data interpretation and Logical Reasoning skills. After the CAT exams students are short listed for Group Discussions and Personal Interviews.


Since the new regulation came across infact from the last two years, CAT is administered as an online test in different test centers across India on specific set of dates.

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