CAT 2018 FAQ-Common Admission Test CAT 2018 Application Form has been published, Those Candidates who are looking for CAT exam and still not applied then you are in right place, Through the post, you’ll get to know all about the CAT 2018. Common Admission Test is the national level entrance exam which is conducted by the Indian Institute of Management (IIM). CAT exam counts as one of the prestigious exams in India, CAT score is the gateway for admission to various management Colleges/Institutes across India. Common Admission Test CAT 2018 will be conducted on 25 November 2018. Throughout the CAT 2018 FAQ, you will be able to know all major Questions Answer which is most impotent for CAT 2018 application form.
CAT 2018 FAQs
Q. How Can I Register for CAT 2018 Examination?
A. Simply Visit Official Website of IIM and Register yourself with a valid Email ID and Phone number. IIM will send the login credentials to the candidates through SMS and email. put all information in Form and then make payments.
Q. In case the Official website does not work and I am unable to complete my registration, what should I do that time?
A. If the registration website (Official website) is not accessible for any reason, please close the Internet browser, which you used (delete browsing history, cache & cookies of the web browser) and try again for registration.
Q. When will CAT 2018 Examination be conducted?
A. Common Admission Test (CAT) 2018 Examination will be conducted on 25 November 2018
Q. What is the Age Criteria for CAT Examination?
A. There is no age limit for applying or appearing in the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2018. Anyone can apply for CAT
Q. What Is Minimum Eligibility Criteria for Common Admission Test (CAT) 2018?
A. Let have to look Eligibility Criteria in Table-
CAT 2018 Eligibility Criteria
Those Candidates who want to apply for the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2018 Application Form need to know Eligibility Criteria for Common Admission Test (CAT) 2018 Before. Which is given below.
|Education Qualification||Admission Seekers who are looking for CAT should have a Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from a recognised University or Institute|
|Category wise||General and OBC-NC category admission seekers should obtain at least 50 per cent marks in aggregate or equivalent CGPA. For reserved category candidates, the minimum percentage to secure is 45|
|Other Candidates||Final year graduation students are also eligible to apply for CAT 2018 provided they complete their programme within the stipulated schedule|
|Age Criteria||There is no age limit for applying or appearing in CAT 2018|
|Duration||The duration of the graduation programme should be minimum 3 years|
Q. What is the Exam Pattern of Common Admission Test (CAT) 2018?
A. Common Admission Test 2018 question paper is divided into 3 parts-
- Quantitative Aptitude
- Data interpretation and logical reasoning
- Verbal comprehension and learning.
Aspirants need to prepare these topics must for qualifying CAT 2018
Q. I have completed my Bachelor’s degree in May-June 2018 but have backlogs, am I eligible to apply for Common Admission Test (CAT) 2018?
A. Yes, you are Eligible For CAT 2018, According to the CAT 2018 eligibility norms, Those aspirants who are completing their degree by May 2019 are eligible to appear for CAT. However, the aspirants should select Yes to the question “Are you in the final year of Bachelor Degree”
Q. I have not completed my Bachelor’s Degree now I am in final year of Bachelor’s degree. What marks do I need to enter in the Application form?
A. You need to provide the Aggregate Percentage (%) up to the last marks statement received from the University.
Q. Can I take the CAT 2018 exam from any computer?
A. Students must take the exam on a workstation assigned at the exam venue based on the city selected while registering for CAT 2018. The venue details are printed on the Admit Card.
Q. If I do not get my Hall Ticket, whom should I contact?
A. The Hall Ticket of CAT 2018 directly printed from the CAT 2018 website using your User ID and Password. It will be available for printout from the third week of October. The admit card will not be mailed to your postal address.
If you are unable to download your Admit Card after logging in your ID, In this situation, you can directly Contact to CAT Helpdesk, Contact address given below-
- Toll-free: 18002663549
- Email: [email protected]
Q. Can I appear for more than one slot for Common Admission Tes (CAT 2018)?
A. No, You cannot appear for more than one slot. I can be the deemed as a fraudulent activity if you attempt to appear more than once for CAT 2018.
Q. When will Common Admission Test (CAT) 2018 result be declared?
A. Common Admission Test (CAT) 2018 will be released on the 2ed week of January 2019 (tentative).
Q. How should I prepare for Common Admission Test (CAT) 2018?
A. These are important preparation tips, Candidate should follow given tips
- Make a proper study plan.
- Try to review all topics which will ask from four section(QA,VA & DILR).
- Try to solve the maximum 10 set of sample papers.
- Select the best study material for preparation.
- The timetable is most important for the CAT preparation, Try to manage your timetable for study various section accordingly.
- Must Revision at least 4 to 5 time
- According to the servery, Helth is wealthy, If you’ll healthy then your mind will work automatically. stay healthy and eat relevant food.
Q. Which are the best books for CAT 2018 and where should I purchase these books?
A. We have Made a separate article on this topic, CLICK HERE Where you can also purchase best books for CAT 2018.
Q. What is the Cutoff scenario, Latest and previous year of CAT examination.
A. IT is the long topic I cannot brief here CLICK HERE to get all information about the CutOFF scenario of Common Admission Test 2018
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