CAT Analysis 2016
The Common Admission Test (CAT) was held on 4th December 2016 conducted by IIM (Indian Institute of Management) Bangalore. Over 2 lakh candidates have attended for the exam and most of the applicants are eagerly waiting for the CAT Analysis 2016 soon after completion of examination.
CAT 2016 examination was conducted in two separate session at all pre-allotted exam centres. The test was held in total 138 cities throughout the country with time duration of three hours. For your purpose, we have provided the Common Admission Test paper analysis on this page.
The Common Admission Test is a computer-based online examination which was conducted jointly by the IIMs. The test was conducted by one of the Indian Institutes of Managementon a policy of rotation. Candidates who want to take admission in one of the management courses in IIMs have to write this examination.
In the year 2011, it was announced that the IITs (Indian Institutes of Technology) and IISc (Indian Institute of Science) can use the CAT score. Every year the officials will release the notification of respective academic year for the admission in various management colleges.
This year IIM Bangalore was the convener of Common Admission Test (CAT) which released the notification for the admission of Masters in Business Administration (MBA) programme. Students who got the cut off score will be allotted the seat in one of the IIMs and other premier B-schools. All the attended aspirants can check the CAT Analysis 2016.
The officials have conducted the CAT examination on 4th December 2016 in two sessions (morning and afternoon). The number of questions and the difficulty of the exam are as same as the 2015. The exam paper consists of three sections namely Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension (34 questions), Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (32 questions) and Quantitative Ability (34 questions).
As per the CAT Analysis 2016, the paper was really tough and among the sections, Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning part was the most difficult. The time limit for each section is one hour and however there is no sub-sectional time and as far as the CAT exam 2016 Analysis concerned the expected cut off marks will be 155 to 160 to get 99 percentile. The results will be out in the second week of January 2017.
“DILR was deceptive with easy looking sets that had difficult questions. Quant threw the biggest curve ball in terms of Level of difficulty and topic distribution,” said Gautam Puri from Career Launcher of Slot 1 Exam.
Some students reported that some of mathematical symbols are not clear in the test which led to loss of time
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