With the help of CAT Percentile Predictor and IIM call predictor tool, you will be able to check your expected CAT 2016 percentile and list of top colleges to apply into.
The big day is over! Lakhs of MBA aspirants across the country appeared for the toughest management entrance exam, the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2016 on December 4, 2016.
It was a nerve-wracking time for all the students who are aiming to get admission in the prestigious Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) or any other top B-School of the country.
Now that the exam is over, the next important thing that students can do is check their expected percentile or score using CAT 2016 Result Predictor.
The HTCampus CAT Percentile Predictor 2016 tool will not only let aspirants check their expected CAT 2016 sectional & overall percentile but it will also help them check the list of IIM's and top MBA colleges where they can apply basis the expected percentile.
Click on CAT Percentile Predictor 2016 to check your score!
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Apart from this, test-takers can check different colleges where admission forms are available and they can also get answers to admission-related queries from our team of counsellors.
Candidates who use CAT Percentile Predictor must note that the result they get through this tool is only a rough prediction of their score.
For complete analysis of CAT 2016 read this article - http://www.htcampus.com/article/cat-paper-analysis-exam-section-wise/
How Does CAT Percentile Predictor work?
CAT 2016 Result Predictor helps you predict the expected percentile based on the number of questions attempted and accuracy level of attempt. It also helps you plan in advance by listing down probable colleges based on their expected cut-off and your predicted percentile.
Benefits of CAT Percentile Predictor:
1. Plan early: Plan early by knowing the expected result based on the number of attempts and accuracy level. Over 30,000 students have benefitted from the tool so far.
2. Accuracy: More than 98% of the students got their predicted result close to their actual CAT result.
3. Shortlist colleges to apply: Shortlist a list of colleges to apply based on your preference criteria and start preparing for their selection round.
How to use CAT Percentile Predictor?
1. Go to HTCampus.com and log in into the predictor tool by entering basic details like email ID, name, phone number and course interest.
2. Enter details regarding the number of questions attempted and number of questions attempted correctly in each of the sections.
3. Once you click on 'Calculate Score' button, expected score range and expected percentile range will be displayed on the result page.
4. Along with the score, a list of colleges that you can apply into will be displayed. These colleges are shortlisted for you based on their cut-offs and your expected results. Important information regarding the form availability date, GD/PI dates and result dates are also mentioned in the Form availability column.
Lakhs of management aspirants appear for the computer-based Common Admission Test (CAT) every year for admission to the top B-Schools of the country, including the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs).
IIM Bangalore will conduct CAT 2016 in two sessions on 4th of December 2016 and the results for the same will be announced in the month of January 2016.
CAT tests candidates based on three sections, Quantitative Aptitude (QA) with 34 questions, Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DILR) with 32 questions and Verbal and Reading Comprehension (VRC) with 34 questions.
So far, there has been no official announcement regarding any changes in the CAT exam pattern this year. If there are no changes, then the pattern and changes introduced last year will be followed this year as well.
For example, the duration of exam was increased from 170 minutes to 180 minutes. Candidates were allowed to use basic on-screen calculator for computation and they were given exactly 60 minutes for attempting each section.
Another change introduced last year was that students were not allowed to switch from one section to another while solving questions in a section.
Those who are planning to appear for CAT exam this year need to know that each IIM may have a separate admission process for selecting candidates who qualify in the CAT entrance exam.
Some IIMs conduct the Written Ability Test (WAT) while others conduct Group Discussions (GD) and Personal Interviews (PI) to shortlist candidates.
However, one cannot deny that a candidate’s CAT exam score will however remain an essential part of the admission process. Other inputs that might be considered at the time of short-listing candidates include previous academic performance, work experience, etc.
Last year, CAT online registration window was 06th August to 20th September 2015 and the test was conducted on 29th November, 2015 across 136 cities and 650 examination centres.
While there are various management entrance exams conducted across the country, CAT has always topped the list of students who aim to bag seats in the prestigious business management schools in India.
"Can’t believe how quick it is. I got my CAT percentile in seconds! Analysis was pretty accurate too. Great stuff."
–– Shubhangi Pandey
"This will open horizons for CAT takers like me. Now I can predict which category of colleges I can apply to."
–– Kritika Sharma