CAT 2020: Full Form, Exam Date, Application Form, Syllabus, Result, Counselling

Exam Date : November 29, 2020
Result Date : January 15, 2021

Common Admission Test commonly known as CAT Exam is conducted for MBA admissions into top-notch b-schools. This entrance exam is conducted by a branch of the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) every year. CAT 2020 will be conducted by IIM Indore.

Latest News on CAT 2020

CAT Exam is one of the management entrance exams conducted by IIM where candidates will be ranked based on the CAT score to get admitted into the best management colleges in India like IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Bangalore, and IIM Calcutta, etc. The exam is conducted online and the results are announced on the official website

Latest Update:

  • September 23, 2020: Today is the last day to register for CAT 2020. Register now!
  • September 16, 2020:  The last date to register for CAT 2020 is extended to September 23, 2020.
  • August 5, 2020: The registrations for the CAT 2020 examination starts today. The last date to apply for the examination is September 16, 2020. Click here to register. Candidate should also note that the CAT 2020 Registration Fee has been increased to INR 2000.
  • July 29, 2020: The CAT 2020 examination schedule is announced. The registration window will be open from August 5, 2020, to September 16, 2020. The CAT 2020 Exam will be held on November 29, 2020. Check the detailed CAT 2020 Exam Date Schedule now. Read More in the news section.
  • The CAT 2020 Examination Dates are subject to change based on the instructions provided by the central/state governments concerning the COVID-19 health crisis and safety precautions.


What is the CAT 2020 Exam?

The full form of CAT is the Common Admission Test. CAT Exam is the most popular national-level management entrance exam conducted by the Indian Institute of Management (IIMs) for admission to 20 IIM's and more than 100 B-schools across India. It is conducted and administered by one of the IIMs on a yearly rotational basis.

  • Purpose: CAT 2020 exam helps management course aspirants to get admission in Top Management Colleges in India. The number of applicants for CAT 2020 is expected to be more than 2 lakh. Last year around 2.41 lakh candidates had registered themselves for this exam. It is conducted once every year.
  • Programs Offered: Through CAT, IIMs offer MBA, PGP, PGP-FABM, PGPEM, PGDM, EPGP PGPSM, PGPWE, PGDHRM, PGPEX, and PGPBM.
  • Level of Difficulty: CAT 2020 is an aptitude test designed to evaluate an applicant's Quantitative, Verbal/reading, Data Interpretation, and Reasoning Skills. After analyzing CAT previous year papers, it is evident that Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning (DILR) has always been the toughest section in the paper. VARC (Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension) section complexity is mostly moderate and QA so far has always been the easiest. More details on the Syllabus and Exam Pattern for CAT 2020 is part of this article.
  • CAT Scores: CAT 2020 Scorecard contains percentile marks. Candidates attempting 63-67 questions with the right responses can expect a decent CAT Percentile. However, the percentile is a relative measure of the performance as it depends on how good/bad other test takers perform.
  • Application Fee Payment: Payment of CAT 2020 Application Fee can be made online via Debit Card/ Credit Card/ Internet Banking only. Offline payment is not accepted.
  • Admissions and Placement: More than 50 institutes offering masters or postgraduate diplomas in management across India consider the CAT 2020 exam score as valid criteria for admission every year.
Exam Name CAT or Common Admission Test
Conducting Authority Indian Institute Of Management
Exam Mode Online
CAT Exam Purpose Admission in top management colleges in India.
CAT Exam Duration 180 minutes 120 minutes
CAT Exam Level National Level
Exam Website

CAT 2020 Exam Date

  • The conducting authority has declared the CAT 2020 exam date on the official website. The CAT 2020 Exam date will be conducted on November 29, 2020. 
  • IIM will commence registrations tentatively from August 5, 2020. The last date to apply for CAT 2020 is expected to be September 23, 2020.

Given below are tentative dates of events for the CAT 2020 Exam.

CAT 2020 Exam Dates
Important Events Dates
Official Notification July 29, 2020
CAT 2020 Application Form Start Date August 5, 2020
CAT 2020 Application Form Last Date September 23, 2020
CAT Tutorials on the official website October 16, 2020
CAT 2020 Form Correction Date September 2020
CAT 2020 Mock Test Release Date October 16, 2020
CAT 2020 Admit Card Availability October 28, 2020
CAT 2020 Exam Date November 29, 2020
CAT 2020 Results Announcement January 15, 2021 (Tentative)
Note: All the dates mentioned above are tentative and will be updated once the conducting authority mentions it on the official website.

CAT 2020 Eligibility Criteria

Educational Qualifications:

  • To satisfy CAT 2020 eligibility, candidates need to have completed their graduation degree with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks or obtained an equivalent CGPA from a recognized university or educational institute.
  • The college or institute that a candidate has studied in shall abide by the Act of Parliament or State legislature in India or declared to be deemed as a University under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956, or possess an equivalent qualification recognized by the Ministry of HRD, Government of India.
  • Candidates who are in the final year of their UG courses are also eligible to apply for CAT 2020.
  • Further, if that candidate gets admission into an IIM he or she will be allowed to join the program provisionally only if he/she produces a certificate from the principal or registrar of the institute or university in which he/she has studied.
  • The certificate must state that the student has completed all the necessary procedures for a Bachelor's degree.
  • Moreover, this certificate must be issued on or before the stipulated time mentioned by the particular IIM in which the student secures admission.

Age Limit

Under CAT 2020 eligibility, there is no restriction for the upper age limit of a candidate.

Number of Attempts

Also, there is no limit to the number of attempts. Candidates need to fill information about work experience (if any) in the application form, however, it is not a criterion to be fulfilled to attempt the entrance exam.

Foreign Nationals:

The eligibility that is needed for foreign nationals, PIO’s or NRIs is that they must have a Bachelors's degree with a minimum of 50% (candidates of the SC/ST, PWD categories must have a minimum of 45%). The certification must be from any of the Universities that are accredited by the Ministry of HRD, Government of India. Candidates who will be writing the final exam are also qualified to appear for the CAT exam. Those who have finished their studies and are expecting their results can submit an application for the exam too.


  • Applicants who have a CA/CS/ICWA degree will also be considered eligible to apply for CAT.
  • General category candidates and candidates under the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) need to have obtained a minimum score of 50% in any of the Bachelor's degree programs.
  • Reserved category (SC/ST/PWD) candidates must have obtained a minimum of 45% aggregate marks. Check the table below for the minimum percentage required for the following categories:
CAT 2020 Eligibility Criteria
Category Percentage of minimum marks
General and OBC/ EWS 50
Scheduled Caste (SC) 45
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 45
Persons with Disabilities (PwD) 45

Aspirants have to mention caste or community details as per the CAT Caste Certificate Format specified in the application form. Students belonging to OBC (NCL) caste must produce the pertaining certificate wherever necessary for CAT Exam 2020.

CAT 2020 Syllabus Details

CAT 2020 syllabus is based on questions asked from various topics. CAT exam syllabus is divided into 3 sections which test the Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DILR), Verbal Ability (VA), and Quantitative Aptitude (QA). General Awareness is not part of the CAT. The syllabus for CAT usually remains the same for every year. The only difference lies in the manner in the question format. Core topics in each section are listed below.

1. Quantitative Aptitude

  • Arithmetic- Number System, HCF, LCM, Ratio & Proportion, Simplification, Percentage, Average, Age Calculation, Time & Work, Distances.
  • Algebra- Hypothesis of Equations, Quadratic Equation, Permutation, and Combination, Sequence and Series
  • Percentages- Percentages and its applications
  • Trigonometry- Trigonometric Ratios, Heights, and Distances.
  • Calculus- Minima and Maxima functions.
  • Mensuration-Areas and Volumes – Rectangles, Squares, Triangles, Circles, Cubes, Cones, Spheres, Pipes and Cistern.
  • Geometry and its applications- Angles, Lines, Triangles, Circles.
  • Ratio and its applications.
  • Numbers and its applications.

2. Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Vocabulary
  • Grammar
  • Critical Reasoning (and its numerous applications)
  • Idioms
  • Analogies
  • Para Completion
  • Face Interference Judgment

3. Data Interpretation/Logical Reasoning

  • Direction Sense
  • Puzzles
  • Series
  • Clocks and Calendars
  • Data Structures
  • Blood Relations
  • Arrangements
  • Coding-Decoding
  • Charts/ Tables/Graphs (Bar Chart, Pie Chart, etc.)

For more information, visit CAT 2020 Syllabus.

CAT 2020 Exam Pattern

A thorough understanding of the CAT 2020 Exam Pattern can give a candidate a competitive and strategic advantage in terms of preparation and securing high scores. The CAT 2020 Exam Pattern is discussed at length below:

  • The Exam Pattern for CAT 2020 will consist of 3 sections with a total of 100 questions. Section-wise scores are very important as CAT requires the candidate to qualify section-wise cutoffs as well.
  • 3 marks will be awarded for each correct answer and 1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer. No marks will be deducted for unattempted questions.
  • CAT 2020 examination will be conducted Online (Computer-based test).
  • CAT 2020 paper will consist of 2 types of questions: MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions) as well as non-MCQs.
  • Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Ability, Verbal and Reading Comprehension are the broad sections that will be covered in the CAT 2020 exam pattern.
  • Candidates will be provided 3 hours (180 minutes) 2 hours (120 minutes) to complete the exam which accounts for 40 minutes per section. Candidates cannot switch between the different sections.

Given below is a table with the key highlights of the CAT 2020 Exam Pattern.

CAT 2020 Exam Pattern
Category Details
Mode Online i.e. Computer-based Test (CBT)
Question Type Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ's)
Duration 3 Hours or 180 Minutes 2 Hours or 120 Minutes
CAT 2020 Total Marks 100
CAT 2020 Marking Scheme

+3 Marks for Correct Answers

-1 Marks for Wrong Answers

No marks will be deducted for unattempted questions


Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Ability,

Verbal Reasoning and Reading Comprehension

Medium/Language English

CAT 2020 Important Topics For Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning

  • The exam paper will consist of 32 questions.
  • The questions that are important will be based on the below topics:
Topic Expected Number of Questions
Seating Arrangement, and Data Arrangement 5-6 Questions
Graphs Related 5-8 Questions
Syllogisms and Venn Diagrams 2-3 Questions
Blood Relations 2-3 Questions
Clocks and Calendars 1-2 Questions
Assumption and Binary Logic 1-2 Questions
Puzzles 1-2 Questions
Tables and Caselets 3-5 Questions
Data Sufficiency 3-5 Questions

CAT 2020 Important Topics For Quantitative Ability

  • The exam paper will consist of 34 questions, both MCQs and TITAs.
  • Duration: 40 minutes.
  • The questions that are important will be based on the below topics:
Topic Expected Number of Questions
Number System, Basic Arithmetic 5-10 Questions
Algebra 6-7 Questions
Geometry & Mensuration 6-7 Questions
Time, Speed, and Distance 1-3 Questions
Probability 1-2 Questions
Permutation & Combination 1-2 Questions
Trigonometry, Logarithms, and Sets 1-3 Questions
Profit, Loss, and Discounts 1-2 Questions
Time and Work 1-2 Questions
Simple Interest and Compound Interest 1-2 Questions

CAT 2020 Important Topics For Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension

  • The exam paper will consist of 34 questions.
  • The questions that are important will be based on the below topics:
Topic Expected Number of Questions
Reading Comprehension 22-24 Questions
Para-Jumbles 3-4 Questions
Para-Summary 2-3 Questions
Sentence Completion and Correction 2-3 Questions
Fill in the Blanks 1-2 Questions
Odd Sentences 1-2 Questions
Vocabulary Based 1-2 Questions

CAT 2020 Registration

The Online CAT 2020 application form was rolled out on August 5, 2020. The last date to apply for CAT 2020 is expected to be September 23, 2020. The application form will be available online on the official website Before filling out the application form, candidates must register themselves. Once a candidate completes CAT 2020 registration, IIM Indore (conducting authority) will send registration ID and password to the candidate which has to be used to login to the official website and complete the application process.

How to register for CAT 2020?

  • Step 1: Visit the official website
  • Step 2: Register yourself for CAT 2020 by entering your email id, phone number, and date of birth.
  • Step 3: Candidates are advised to provide a valid and working mail ID & phone number as all further communications will be notified on the same.

Note: Candidates are advised to keep checking this section for the latest updates about the exam pattern for CAT 2020.

CAT 2020 Application Form

After completing the above-mentioned registration process, candidates can proceed to fill out the CAT 2020 application form. On successful completion of the application process an email, a message on the registered mobile number will be sent confirming the status of the candidate's CAT 2020 application form. The application status is “Successfully Submitted” if the application gets accepted or else “Application Rejected” is shown indicating any mistake made during the process.

How to apply for CAT 2020 Exam?

The application process of CAT 2020 is a four-step procedure which is mentioned below:

  • Step 1: Registration
  • Step 2: Fill CAT Application Form: This step will ask a candidate to provide details like personal details, contact information, academic details, work experience, program preference, and exam centre preference for CAT 2020 Application Form completion.
  • Step 3: Uploading Documents: Upload scanned images of your recent passport size photograph, signature, and other required documents as asked in the process. Make sure you check the specifications before uploading any of these files. Candidates belonging to the reserved category have to produce the necessary documents. For instance, OBC candidates must produce the OBC Certificate for CAT Exam.
  • Step 4: Payment of Application Fee: CAT 2020 registration fees can be paid online using a debit/credit card or net banking. Find category-wise application fees for CAT 2020:
Category Fee (INR)
General/OBC INR 2000
PWD INR 1000
SC/ST INR 1000

Documents required to fill the application form

The following documents must be kept handy while filling the CAT 2020 application form:

  • Scanned images of your passport size photo and signature.
  • An attested SC/ST/OBC certificate.
  • PwD Certificate signed and attested by respective authorities.

Candidate can follow the below-mentioned guidelines while uploading the scanned photograph and signature for CAT 2020 Application Form.

Image/Documents Dimensions File and Format Size Image Resolution
Photograph 30mm() x 45mm(height) 80KB - JPEG/JPG 150Pixel (min)
Signature 80mm() x 35mm(height) 80KB - JPEG/JPG 150Pixel (min)

CAT 2020 Application Form Correction

Candidates tend to make mistakes while filling the application form. Since CAT is a major career deciding exam, the authority facilitates the candidates with an Application Form Correction window during which candidates can make changes to the information provided in their application.

How to Register for Non-IIM participating institutes in CAT 2020 Exam?

Follow the steps given below to register to Non-IIM institutes:

  • Step 1: Visit the official website
  • Step 2: Navigate to the CAT 2020 link which will be available on the right part of the screen.
  • Step 3: Click on "Downloading of MOU and the Application Form".
  • Step 4: Pay the required fees.
  • Step 5: Carefully fill CAT 2020 Application Form and MOU. Then send the scanned copies duly filled-in, signed, and stamped along with the required enclosures (mentioned inside application form) through email.
  • Step 6: Stamped and signed MOU (2 copies), Application Form (single copy) in original and other hard copies of documents as specified along with Application Form must be sent duly filled to the Admissions Office of IIM Indore to its address given below:

    CAT Centre, C/o Admissions Office, Indian Institute of Management - Indore,

    Prabandh Shikhar, Rau - Pithampur Rd, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, PIN CODE - 453556

    Note: The program brochure can be sent exclusively or separately along with the other required hard copies as stated above.

CAT 2020 Admit Card

CAT 2020 Admit Card will be available for download from the official website from October 28, 2020 onwards. CAT 2020 Hall Ticket will have the applicant's details and information regarding the test such as test venue, session, etc. Hall ticket will facilitate a candidate's entry into the examination hall provided it is presented with any other valid Govt. ID Proof of the candidate. Candidates belonging to reserved categories in the CAT exam should verify whether the right category has been mentioned.

Discrepancies: If any discrepancy is found in the CAT 2020 Admit Card, candidates must notify the authority for corrections. Moreover, if the candidate finds any difficulty with the registration or application form then he or she may contact the CAT centre with the below-given contact details.

Documents to be carried to the exam center

Any 1 out of the below-mentioned photo ID proof documents must be mandatorily carried along with the CAT 2020 Admit Card to the exam center on the day of CAT 2020: Aadhaar Card / Voter ID Card / Passport / PAN Card / Driving License / Photo ID issued by the current education institute or the employer.

CAT 2020 Exam Centres

CAT 2020 will be conducted in 156 cities across India. Students can select 6 exam centres i.e they can provide 6 preferences for the test venue in CAT 2020 Application Form. Given below are the cities and the exam centres for CAT 2020.

CAT 2020 Exam Centres
CAT Test State/UTs CAT Test Cities
Andaman & Nicobar Islands Port Blair
Andhra Pradesh Chittoor, Kurnool, Nellore, Tirupati, Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam
Arunachal Pradesh Itanagar
Assam Guwahati, Silchar, Dibrugarh
Bihar Aurangabad, Gaya, Muzaffarpur, Patna, Purnea
Chandigarh Chandigarh
Chattisgarh Bhilai, Raipur
Delhi New Delhi
Goa Madagaon, Verna
Gujarat Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar, Rajkot, Surat, Vadodara, Anand
Haryana Ambala, Bahadurgarh, Faridabad, Gurgaon, Palwal, Rohtak, Panipat and Sonipat
Himachal Pradesh Solan, Simla
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu
Jharkhand Dhanbad, Jamshedpur, Ranchi
Karnataka Bengaluru, Belgaum, Bidar, Mangalore, Mysore, Shimoga, Udupi, Ramanagara, Davanagere, Chikballapur, Mandya, Kolar, Hassan, Tumkur
Kerala Kochi, Kasaragod, Kozhikode, Malappuram, Thrissur, Thiruvananthapuram, Trivandrum
Madhya Pradesh Bhopal, Gwalior, Indore, Jabalpur, Sagar
Maharashtra Ahmednagar, Amravati, Aurangabad, Jalgaon, Kolhapur, Mumbai, Nagpur, Nashik, Navi Mumbai, Pune, Solapur, Nanded, Ratnagiri, Satara, and Thane
Meghalaya Shillong
Odisha Bhubaneswar, Cuttack, Sambalpur, Berhampur, Balasore, Rourkela
Puducherry Puducherry
Punjab Fatehgarh Sahib, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Mohali, Patiala, Ropar, Sangrur, Mohali, Paghwara
Rajasthan Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, Udaipur, Sikar, Alwar, Ajmer
Tamil Nadu Chennai, Coimbatore, Madurai, Namakkal, Tiruchirappalli, Tirunelveli and Thanjavur
Telangana Hyderabad, Karim Nagar, Khammam
Uttar Pradesh Agra, Allahabad, Ghaziabad, Gorakhpur, Greater Noida, Kanpur, Lucknow, Meerut, Varanasi, Mathura, Bairelly
Uttarakhand Dehradun, Roorkee
West Bengal Durgapur, Hooghly, Howrah, Kolkata, Kalyani, Siliguri, Burdwan, Asansol.

CAT 2020 Result

IIM is expected to release CAT 2020 Results in the 2nd week of January 2021. Scorecards will be published online along with the results. Candidates will be notified about their percentile via SMS. CAT scores will be valid for 1 year.

After CAT 2020 Results are announced, different institutes will start publishing their CAT 2020 Cut-off percentiles for further processes.

How to check CAT 2020 Results?

  1. Visit the official website.
  2. Navigate to click on "Download CAT 2020 Score Card" notification.
  3. You will be redirected to the login page.
  4. Provide your User ID and Password.
  5. You will be redirected to the candidate's account page.
  6. Click on the Download Scorecard link and download it for future reference.

Based on the different cutoffs specified by participating IIMs, candidates can begin applying for the desired colleges and courses. CAT Results and the application to various IIMs are followed by a Group Discussion, Personal Interview, and Written Ability Test. If not for an IIM, CAT scores are valid and considered in various other B-schools.

CAT 2020 Reservation Statistics

There are certain seat reservations in CAT 2020 offered by IIMs for reserved category candidates. These remain the same every year. The purpose of the reservation is to provide an equal opportunity to candidates of all sections of society to study at top B-schools in the country. The percentage of seats reserved indicated below:

CAT 2020 Reservation Statistics
Category Percentage of seats
Scheduled Caste (SC) 15%
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 7.5%
Non-Creamy–Other Backward Classes (NC-OBC) 27%
Economically Weaker Section (EWS) Up to 10%
People with Disability/Disabilities (PwD) 5%


  • During the application process, candidates are advised to provide all the correct information if they belong to any of the above-mentioned reserved categories. Failure to do so will result in the rejection of a candidate's application.
  • Candidates who successfully make it to the interview have to present the required set of documents. Failing to do so will result in the rejection of a candidate's application.

CAT 2020 2020 Preparation Tips

CAT is often considered to be of the most difficult entrance exams in India. But with strategic preparation, once can ace this exam with very good scores. CAT 2019 was conducted last November. If you are preparing for the upcoming CAT 2020 exam, make sure to look into the syllabus and keep in mind the preparation tips given below.

  • Start with the basics: Basics are very important and one has to be thorough with the basics to solve all kinds of problems. To begin with, you can focus on topics like Arithmetic, Numbers, Geometry, and gradually build on your knowledge on other less important topics like Functions, Inequalities, Permutation, and Combinations, etc. It is also important to focus on the easier topics like Progressions, Logarithms, etc. As far as verbal and RC are concerned, it is very important to read a lot. Reading on a variety of topics is very important to improve efficiency. DI and LR practice a lot of puzzles and this will help you to ace this section.
  • Take Mocks: Equally important to basics is taking mocks. Take mocks in the beginning phase of your preparation. It will help you to gauge your strengths and weaknesses. Then you can build your strategies accordingly and work your way to glory. The more mock tests you take, the more familiar you will become with the test.
  • Practice: It is important to stick to a practice regime and follow it religiously. Regular practice on this will strengthen conceptual knowledge as well as increase your speed. In this way, you can increase accuracy.
  • Time Management: Realistic time-table setting, planning ahead, and preparing months ahead is the best way to avoid burnout and also improve efficiency, speed, and accuracy. Identify your strengths and use it to save time in the actual exam.

CAT 2020 Reference Books

Newspapers and magazines are essential to crack CAT 2020 Group Discussion and Personal Interview Rounds. The Hindu, The Statesman, India Today, Business Line are among a few recommended newspapers and magazines. Books to crack the CAT 2020 exam are:

Book Author / Publication
How To Prepare For Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning for CAT Arun Sharma
How To Prepare For the Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension CAT Arun Sharma and Meenakshi Upadhyay
How To Prepare For Quantitative Ability For CAT Arun Sharma
CAT Previous Year Papers (Solved) Arun Sharma and Meenakshi Upadhyay

CAT 2019 Paper Analysis

CAT 2019 November exam was conducted on 24th November in two slots: Slot-1 and Slot-2. This year IIM Kozhikode was responsible to conduct the CAT exam. The difficulty of the CAT exam 2019 was moderate as most of the appeared candidates were confident in getting a good score.

CAT Slot-1 Analysis

It has been reviewed that CAT Slot-1 was moderately difficult overall. The complexity of the English Comprehension section gave the students a hard time understanding the crux of the topic. The Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning section was moderately difficult and the Quantitative section was the easiest of all.

  • Quant Analysis: The quant section of CAT 2019 consisted of 34 questions. The paper had MCQ type questions and non-MCQ type questions as well. There was no negative marking for the non-MCQ type questions. Each correct answer awarded 3 marks to the candidate whereas every wrong answer had a penalty of 1 mark. Candidates had to finish this section within 60 minutes. The pattern of questions from the Quant section was as follows:
    • Algebra: 8-10 questions
    • Arithmetic: 8-10 questions
    • Numbers: 6-8 questions
    • Geometry: 5-7 questions
    • Modern Maths: 1 or 2 questions
  • DI & LR Analysis: CAT 2019 had 32 questions from the DI & LR section and was moderately difficult for the candidates to comprehend. Time allocated to attempt this section was 60 minutes. The number of non-MCQ type of questions has increased from 27 last year to 31 this year.
  • English Comprehension Analysis: CAT 2019 exam had a tough English Comprehension part which had 34 questions. This section had to be finished in 60 minutes. The para jumbles this year had 4 sentences instead of 5. Rest of the questions asked were in below fashion:
    • Reading Comprehensions: 24 questions from 5 passages
    • Verbal Ability: 10 questions
    • Para jumbles: 4 questions
    • Para Summary: 3 questions
    • Out of content questions: 3 questions

CAT Slot-2 Analysis

The DILR section asked in Slot-2 was easier as compared to that of Slot-1. The quantitative Aptitude section was easy when compared to last year but was lengthier when compared to Slot-1. 15+ questions were asked from Arithmetic only. English Comprehension & Verbal section was of the same difficulty as Slot-1. It was difficult when compared to what was asked in CAT 2017 and CAT 2018.

  • VARC Analysis: As compared to the forenoon session of the CAT 2019 exam, the questions were no cakewalk for the students. The reading Comprehension part of VARC was very tricky and involved heavy reading. The difficulty level was higher than in the previous year's paper. RC section had 4 passages of 5 questions each and 1 passage of 4 questions. The Verbal Ability section had 10 questions asked out of which 3 were Odd One Out-type, 3 were Para summary questions and 4 were PFQs.
  • DI & LR Analysis: The difficulty of the DI & LR section was easier when compared to the previous year's paper. This section had 8 sets with 4 questions each (32 questions in all). Out of these 8 sets, 4 sets were easier to solve which is unusual in CAT's history. Candidates who had conceptual clarity would have solved this section with ease.
  • Quant Analysis: The quant section of the forenoon session had questions from Arithmetic (Time, Work & Distance, Profit & Loss, Ratios, Equations, Interest), Geometry, Algebra, Numbers, and Mensuration. The questions were easy to solve because of the less worldly questions. Moreover, some questions would get solved in no time. The questions asked in this section were 34 in all.

CAT 2020 Percentile Predictor

  • CAT 2020 Results will be announced on January 15, 2021 (tentatively as per the official website). Candidates can download their scorecards from the official website. Candidates can predict their percentile using the CAT 2020 Percentile Predictor. This will help them to target specific colleges for admission.
  • Once the results have been declared, all participating institutes will release their cut off details for admissions. Candidates will be shortlisted based on their performance in CAT (percentile obtained).

CAT 2020 Cutoffs

The minimum percentile required to clear CAT 2020 Cutoff for different sections according to the previous years is provided below. Previous year CAT cut off can be very helpful to the students to plan carefully for the current year's exam. It is important to note that there are section wise cut-offs as well. A candidate cannot perform extremely well in one section and neglect the other. This makes the exam far more competitive. Further, there are different cutoffs for different categories.

CAT Minimum Percentile (Previous Years)
Category VRC DILR QA Overall
General 70 70 70 80
NC-OBC 65 65 65 75
SC 60 60 60 70
ST 50 50 50 60
PWD 60 60 60 7

CAT 2020 Admission Process

Candidates have to submit their original documents during CAT 2020 Counselling. There is no specific date for CAT 2020 Counselling, as each IIM and each private college will conduct its admission or selection process on different dates and times. If a candidate is selected for a particular program in an IIM, an email will be sent to that shortlisted candidate. Criteria for shortlisting candidates also differ amongst the IIMs.

The list of shortlisted candidates for a particular IIM will be available on the website of the concerned IIM. Moreover, as each IIM follows a different admission process, one must visit the website of that particular IIM to learn about the admission policy followed.

Generally, the selection process involves a Written Ability Test (WAT), Group Discussion (GD), and Personal Interview (PI). CAT Score will be given the foremost importance for selection. Some IIMs might even consider some factors like previous academic records and work experience. However, the weightage given to each of these parameters varies from one IIM to the other:

  • CAT Score
  • Personal Interview
  • Written Ability Test (WAT)
  • Academic Diversity Factor for Bachelor's Degree (ADFB)
  • Work Experience

Note: Each college gives different weightage to the criteria mentioned above. Most colleges, nevertheless, give maximum weightage to the CAT Score.

Documents to be carried to the admission center

  • Original Marksheets (all semesters) and degree certificates
  • SC/ST/PWD/EWS candidates must produce relevant Class/Caste/Disability or pertaining certificate along with a photocopy.
  • Final year candidates must produce a certificate from the principal or registrar of the institute or university along with previous exam's mark sheet (minimum of 50% for General/EWS and 45% for SC/ST/PWD Category)

Courses Offered by IIMs in 2020 after CAT

The following are the courses offered at prestigious IIMs to the candidates who qualify CAT with flying colors.

Courses Offered By IIMs
Institutions Programs
IIM Amritsar PGP
IIM Bodh Gaya PGP
IIM Calcutta MBA
IIM Kashipur PGP, EPGP
IIM Kozhikode PGP, PGP-BL, PGP-F, EPGP (Kochi Campus & IL)
IIM Nagpur PGP
IIM Raipur PGP
IIM Sambalpur MBA
IIM Sirmaur PGP
IIM Tiruchirappalli PGP, PGPBM, PGPM-HR
IIM Udaipur MBA
IIM Vishakapatnam PGP

Fellow Programmes in Management (FPM) [Doctoral]

Other than Diploma in Management, IIMs offer FPM and EFPM which are equivalent to Ph.D. programs. EFPM stands for Executive Fellow Programme in Management and FPM stands for Fellow Programme in Management. IIMs which provide the FPM and EFPM are compiled below in the table.

Fellowship Program Offered by IIM
Institutions Programs
IIM Ahmedabad PhD
IIM Amritsar FPM
IIM Bangalore FPM
IIM Bodh Gaya Ph.D. (FPM)
IIM Calcutta Doctoral
IIM Indore FPM
IIM Kashipur FPM & EFPM
IIM Kozhikode FPM
IIM Ranchi Ph.D., E.Ph.D
IIM Sambalpur PhD
RGIIM Shillong FPM
IIM Srimaur PhD
IIM Tiruchirappalli FPM
IIM Udaipur PhD
IIM Vishakapatnam FPM

Note: Separate advertisements may be released for courses other than PGP by various IIMs. Candidates are expected to visit the official website of the concerned IIM and check the availability of the course, its eligibility criteria, admission process, and then apply for it.

The list of non-IIM institutes that accept the CAT score is available on IIMs have no role to play in the admission process of a candidate in Non-IIM institutes.

Changes in the CAT 2020

  • For the general category students, the application fee has increased from INR 1,900 to INR 2,000.
  • For the candidates who belong to SC / ST, the application fee has increased from INR 950 to INR 1,000.
  • Till last year the candidates could choose only 4 exam centers. Now, the candidates can choose up to 6 exam centers.
  • There is no increase in the total number of exam centers.
  • The exam duration has been decreased to 2hours from the previous 3 hours.

Registration Trend over the years

CAT Registration over the years is shown in the table below:

2011 2,05,000 2012 2,14,000
2013 1,95,000 2014 1,97,000
2015 2,19,000 2016 2,32,000
2017 2,31,000 2018 2,40,338

CAT Contact Details

For any doubts or clarifications contact

Dr. M.G. Sreekumar
Head, Media Relations, IIMK
+91- 9447654066
[email protected]


  • Q. What was the IIM interview cut off last year?

    Ans. The cutoff for different IIMs is enumerated below:

    Institute Interview Cut Off Percentile Cut off percentile for admission
    IIM Ahmedabad 96 90
    IIM Ranchi 96 90
    IIM Raipur 96 90
    IIM Trichy 96 90
    IIM Udaipur 96 90
  • Q. When will CAT 2020 Admit Card be released?

    Ans. The admit card of CAT 2020 can be downloaded on and after October 28, 2020. The candidates can download it from the official website.

  • Q. Is there any travel allowance for reserved category candidates?

    Ans. No traveling allowance will be issued to the candidates irrespective of the fact whether they are from reserved or non-reserved categories.

  • Q. What are the items banned from being carried at the CAT 2020 exam center?

    Ans. Candidates will not be allowed to carry any of the following items:

    • Mobile Phones
    • Pen, pencil
    • Books/ chits/ sheets/ clips
    • Electronic Gadgets
    • Watches
    • Calculator
    • Stationary
  • Q. Is a calculator allowed in the CAT 2020 exam?

    Ans. Yes, but you will be provided with an on-screen calculator to calculate answers. You will not be allowed to carry your calculator as it can be tampered with.

  • Q. What is the fee for the CAT 2020 exam?

    Ans. The registration fee for the CAT exam is INR 1900/- for General/OBC candidates and INR 950 for SC/ST/PwD candidates.

  • Q. How long a CAT score is valid?

    Ans. CAT score is valid until the 31st December of the year for which the admission will be taking place.

  • Q. Is this right, that the candidates are not allowed any bio-breaks during the exam hours?

    Ans. Yes, there will be no-breaks for candidates during exam hours.

  • Q. What items are supposed to be carried to the exam center on the day of the exam?

    Ans. One must carry CAT 2020 admit card, along with a valid Government photo ID proof.

  • Q. What are the different ID proofs that can work as valid photo Id proof?

    Ans. Check the following:

    • College ID
    • Employer ID
    • Driving License
    • Passport
    • PAN Card
    • Voter ID
    • Aadhaar Card
    • Identification Affidavit
  • Q. During the application form correction window, what all details can be edited?

    Ans. Only the following details can be edited:

    • Programs selected
    • Percentage of marks scored
    • Work experience

    Rest, cannot be edited within the form correction window. So candidates must be really careful while submitting their application form.

  • Q. Will transgenders be allowed to write the exam?

    Ans. Yes, transgenders will be allowed to write the exam. Starting from 2015, transgenders have been allowed to take up CAT by the concerned authorities.

  • Q. What is the minimum required eligibility criteria to write CAT 2020?

    Ans. A bachelor's degree from a recognized institute is compulsory and mandatory for writing the CAT 2020 exam, this must meet the minimum percentage requirement of 55% in the qualifying examination.

  • Q. What are the details to be provided in the CAT 2020 Application Form?

    Ans. You will find the following fields in the form:

    1. Personal details
    2. Academic details
    3. Work experience
    4. Programs
    5. Payment of application fee
  • Q. What are the specifications for the photograph file to be uploaded with the CAT 2020 application form?

    Ans. A scanned copy of the photograph and signature will be considered valid if the same meet the following requirements:

  • Q. Can I pay the CAT 2020 Application Form fee offline using a bank challan or something?

    Ans. No, you cannot, Application Fees can be paid online only using a debit/credit card or net banking. Note that no other mode of payment is valid for CAT 2019 Application Process.

  • Q. What are the documents required to be submitted along with the CAT 2020 application form?

    Ans. The candidates must upload the following compulsory documents along with the CAT 2020 Application Form:

    • A recent scanned photograph
    • Scanned image of the signature
    • SC/ST/OBC certificate must be signed by competent bodies and must be self-attested, and then scanned and uploaded.
    • PWD/DA certificate must be signed by authorities and self-attested thereof, thus scanned and uploaded.
  • Q. Is it required to send a hard copy of the filled and submitted the application form to the conducting authorities?

    Ans. No, it will not be required. But candidates are advised to keep a print out of the same with them for future correspondence.

  • Q. What are the details to contact CAT Helpdesk?

    Ans. You can contact the authorities on:

  • Q. Are degrees from Open Universities or correspondence recognized and accepted for CAT 2020 eligibility criteria?

    Ans. It will be accepted provided it meets any of the following requirements:

    • Any Qualification recognized by the Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi, equivalent to a Bachelor's Degree awarded by UGC recognized University/ Institutions will be regarded as “Equivalent Qualification”.
    • In case the equivalent qualification possessed by the candidate is not covered in those mentioned above, then he/she will have to get an equivalence certificate from the Association of Indian Universities New Delhi.
  • Q. What are the most important points and exam tips regarding the CAT 2020 exam pattern?

    Ans. Check the highlight points below:

    • A total of 100 questions divided into three sections.
    • The test duration is 3 hours.
    • It is a Computer Based Test.
    • Test takers cannot switch between sections.
    • The medium of the paper will be English only.
    • Attempt TITA questions carefully.

Frequently Asked Questions

There will not be any particular marking scheme for non-MCQ/ TITA questions, but the right responses to these questions will add the score to the overall percentile.

A bachelor's degree from a recognized institute is compulsory and mandatory for writing the CAT 2020 exam, this must meet the minimum percentage requirement of 55% in the qualifying examination.

The candidate must clear the minimum cut off. The candidate fails to qualify on not obtaining the cut-off marks. However, a private institute might still call you for an interview depending on their admission policy.

Yes, you can download the admit card at the exam centre. You need to inform the authorities about the same and they will help you in downloading a duplicate admit card.

 The process to check the CAT result online is as follows:

  1. Visit the official website.
  2. Navigate to click on ‘Download CAT Score Card'.
  3. You will be redirected to the login page.
  4. Provide your User Id and Password.
  5. You will be redirected to the candidate's account page.
  6. Click on the Download Scorecard link and download it for future reference.

CAT exam candidates are prohibited from carrying anything except admit card and the photo ID. A pen and paper will be given to you at the exam centre for rough work which you must return to the authorities before leaving the exam hall.

For the morning shift exam, candidates will not be allowed to enter the exam hall post 8:45 AM. For the evening shift, candidates will not be allowed inside the exam hall post 2:15 PM.

For PWD candidates, the following privileges are available:

  1. Scribe/ reader- candidates who are suffering from visual impairment or cerebral palsy will be allowed to bring along a scribe as an assistant, the scribe must have filled or submitted affidavits which ensure scribe's authenticity.
  2. Other allowed devices- an abacus without a calculator will be allowed for candidates suffering from visual impairment or hearing impairment.

Follow the steps given below to edit details in the CAT 2020 application Form:

  1. Open the official CAT 2020 website.
  2. Click on the “existing user” tab.
  3. Log in to the portal with the username and password.
  4. Check the date supplied in the fields.
  5. Edit the information that needs to be corrected.
  6. Click on “save “and continue once the whole form has been edited.

The following information must be kept handy:

  1. Candidate's name
  2. Candidate's DOB
  3. A valid email address
  4. Educational history
  5. Mark sheet of the previous qualifying examinations
  6. Additional certificates to be uploaded
  7. Scanned images of the passport size photo
  8. List of IIMs in the order of application

No, part-time job experience will not be counted as work experience, only full-time job experience of graduates will be considered as work experience.

There are 4300 seats. It has been the same for the last two years and there has been no official notification regarding any increase in the no. of seats.

No, all such edits can be made only before the fees have been paid. Certain information can be edited after the payment of application fee but most of it will be frozen and hence cannot be edited. The system thus provides you with the opportunity to register an account and login multiple times before actually hitting the final submit button.

Almost a total of 100 Indian institutes and 20 IIMs will consider CAT score for admissions to post-graduate management programmes.

Yes, except for the IIMs any other participating institutions will require the candidate's separate application for admission. This may include a separate application and registration fee as well.

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Colleges which accept [CAT]

Want to get in ?

Master of Business Administration [MBA], batch of 2021
10 Sep 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

The entrance exam is the CAT itself. Udaipur is included in the list of 10 (9 now) institutes which conduct their admissions under the CAP (common admission process). The process would consist of - clear CAT, shortlisted under the CAP rounds, PI and WAT round, candidature considered for admission if cleared the PI and WAT.

Want to get in ?

Master of Business Administration [MBA], batch of 2018
17 Aug 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

Candidates will be shortlisted based on CAT scores.

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) conducts central counseling for all the colleges affiliated with it based on the score obtained in CAT.

Want to get in ?
Master of Business Administration [MBA] (Human Resource Management), batch of 2021
10 Aug 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

Hi, I'm Harsimran Kaur. Currently, I'm pursuing MBA in dual specialization in HR & Marketing from Lovely Professional University Phagwara, Punjab. To take admission for MBA in IPU, the candidate should be a graduate with a minimum of 50% marks. The candidate who has a valid CAT/MAT/XAT score is eligible for admission through the interview only.

If a candidate does not take any of the above exams, then he/she should clear LPU NEST. Through LPUNEST he/she will get a scholarship on the basis of marks.

Want to get in ?

Post Graduate Programme in Management [PGPM], batch of 2021
24 Jul 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

An individual graduated from any recognized Indian university with at least 50 percent marks. Final year graduate students can also apply, but their acceptance will be withheld once the 50 percent mark qualifying exam will be cleared. Entrance test scores of CAT/ XAT/ MAT/ MH-CET/ CMAT/ GMAT/ ATMA will be acknowledged. VESIM 's Innovative Profile-based selection process gives great significance to academic results, job experience, group conversation, and personal interviews.

Want to get in ?
Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Computer Science and Engineering), batch of 2021
23 Jul 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

Various exams like JEE mains, CAT, etc are considered for admission. Class 12th marks are also taken into account.

Want to get in ?

Master of Business Administration [MBA] (Tourism and Travel Management), batch of 2020
23 Jul 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

The eligibility criteria for the course MBA (TTM) for the year 2020 is based on IIM CAT 2019 scores. 

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Master of Business Administration [MBA], batch of 2021
19 Jun 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

CMS Jain B-School is one of the top B-schools in Bangalore which provides the best education by making the student industry-ready.

CMS Jain B-school conducts the JET (Jain Entrance Test) for screening the students which include an Aptitude test, Group discussion, and Personal Interviews.

It intakes students based on CAT, MAT, CMAT, and all other management exams.

Want to get in ?
Post Graduate Diploma in Management [PGDM], batch of 2021
13 Jun 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

The eligibility criteria for the PGDM course are 50% in graduation and the admission procedure includes GD/PI. I have appeared for MAT exam. Also, anyone can go for competitive exams like CMAT, MHCET, CAT, etc. There is no such specific cutoff for admission, it varies from year to year.

Want to get in ?

Master of Business Administration [MBA], batch of 2021
08 Jun 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

The admission procedure for MBA/BBA is by filling online/offline admission form. The student needs to appear in the Entrance Examination if he /she has not appeared in MAT/CAT.

Want to get in ?

Master of Business Administration [MBA], batch of 2021
05 Jun 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

BMSCE offers decent placements. Major recruiters are ITC, EY, Asian paints. Average package is is 3 LPA. Can go upto 7 LPA. Depending upon students ability. College have a placement cell which takes care of placements as well as internships.

there are two options 1. PGCET 2. Management
1. PGCET: this exam is only applicable to students of Karnataka. Minimum 7 years of education should be pursued in Karnataka. Students clearing this exam directly get admission from Government of Karnataka. To enter you need very good ranking. General merit cutoff stands at 400. Fees being 2.5 lakhs for overall academics.
Management: management quota can be applied by MAT, CMAT, CAT. This student has to face written, group discussion and personal interview round.

Academics and faculty:
BMSCE is an autonomous college affiliated with VTU. Although the college follow basic guidelines of University, they can modify the syllabus according to the requirements. They have very enthusiastic faculty that inspires students.

College infrastructure:
department of MBA maida recent shift to new well facilitated building. Ambience of college is overall very cool.

Clubs and associations:
college established toastmasters international club and NIPM club recently. Both are students driven clubs. I am currently e the president of toastmasters club camaraderie. It provides great learning opportunity e for public speaking and leadership. As far as college group is concerned you name the club we have it. From quiz club to nerds to bikers club adventure junkies.

however it is important to know the cons also before making a decision.
* It is not a B - school. It is a tier 3 college.
* Entire campus is not dedicated to MBA. Only half the the seventh floor is given to MBA.
*Department library does not have how much extra curricular books but you will find all books needed for academics.
*Department library closes at 5:00 p.m. College reference section opens till 9:00 p.m. but no no text books are allowed inside only e written or printed notes are allowed. The textbooks available in section are also so not very helpful for MBA students.


Discussion Forum

Entering Marks to Common Admission Test (CAT) Application Form for Dual Degree holders

I have a dual degree (Bachelor’s + Master’s) of my own. How do I enter my marks while registering for CAT?

Asked By: Allen James,

Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

While registering for CAT, if the candidate holds a dual degree, the following steps should be followed:

  • The first 3 years aggregate percentage will be taken as the Bachelors’ Degree Percentage.
  • The next 2 years will be taken as the Master’s Degree Percentage.

The candidates are advised to take an assessment of themselves and make sure you verify all the details before entering them on your CAT Application Form.

Using calculator during CAT Exam

Can I use a calculator inside the CAT Exam hall or will they provide calculators for our use?

Asked By: Justin Jose,

Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

No, you will not be allowed to enter the CAT Exam Hall with a calculator or any other Electronic Device for that matter.

Although, the candidates will be provided with the facility to use the on-screen keyboard.

Analytical Reasoning Syllabus for CAT

What are the important topics I should look into while preparing for CAT 2017 for Analytical Reasoning?

Asked By: Mustafa Naushad,

Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Individuals trying to clear CAT for getting admitted to IIMs' must have a good idea about the syllabus at hand.

The important topics to be covered under Analytical Reasoning are:

  • Direction Sense
  • Puzzles
  • Series
  • Clocks and Calendars
  • Data Structures
  • Blood Relations
  • Arrangements
  • Coding-Decoding

Aspiring candidates can have a good view of the Syllabus on our web page.

Common Admission Test CAT 2017

When will the registrations start for the 2017 CAT exam session and when will the exam take place?

Asked By: Shemeer Salim,

Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

The registrations for CAT 2020 will begin on the 8th of August and will be closing by the 27th of September.

The CAT 2020 Exam will be held on the 4th of December and the Results will be released by the 2nd week of January 2020.

To get admitted into IIMs'

What should be my average score for CAT in order for me to get admitted to one of the prestigious IIMs'?

Asked By: Manish Chopra,

Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Candidates having 98, 98+, 99+ percentile in CAT, but lack past academic record, meaning, having 92, 96, 97, 99+ percentage in class 10 & 12 and 78, 80, 85, 88+ percentage in Bachelor’s again loses the chance of being shortlisted into IIMs'.

Another point which must be taken note of is that having an overall percentile of 99+ won’t make you eligible to get that call.

Along with it, you need to have a balanced and high percentile in all the three sections of CAT. Having 98 in QA, 99 in VARC but 75 in DILR would again mean losing that call.

So, If you're a candidate hoping to get admitted to any of the prestigious IIMs', I advise you to keep all your educational records top notch.

IIM Bangalore and Goldman Sachs

I heard about a recent tie-up between IIM Bangalore and Goldman Sachs? What was it about?

Asked By: Rekha Sharma,

Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Yes, it is true.

IIM Bangalore had recently fired up an association with Goldman Sachs.

Goldman Sachs conducted a screening test for about 50 female students.

In the final level of this programme, top-12 business ideas were to be selected. But, instead, the final round saw 15 ideas getting selected by the panel.

Management institutes for MBA through CAT in Mumbai

Which are the best management institutes in and across Mumbai, India that I could get admissions for through CAT?

Asked By: Mohammed Altaf,

Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

A candidate looking for admissions in Management studies is expected to clear the Common Admission Test or usually known as CAT.

Given below are a list of top institutes of Mumbai available for admissions through CAT:

  • Prin L N Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research, Mumbai
  • Shailesh J Mehta School of Management, [SJMSM] IIT Bombay, Mumbai
  • Vaikunth Mehta National Institute of CoOperative Management, Pune
  • Institute for Technology and Management, [ITM] Mumbai
  • Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship Development, [IMED] Pune

There are a lot more institutes offering admissions through CAT all over India. 

Have a look at the list of institutes offering admissions through CAT on the following link:

friend’s email address when registering for CAT 2017?

Can I use my coaching institute’s or a friend’s email address when registering for CAT for the CAT Exam 2017?

Asked By: Prabhakar,

Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

No, You must provide a valid and unique email address. All correspondence pertaining to CAT 2017 and subsequent information during the selection stages of the respective IIMs will be communicated to the registered email address.

When and how do I register for CAT 2017?

When should I register for the CAT Exam 2017?

Asked By: Prabhu K,

Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Online registration for CAT 2017 begins on Monday, 8th August 2017 10:00 a.m. and closes on Thursday, 22nd September 2017 05:00 p.m. Additional instructions for online registration and the application process will be available in the Registration Guide and Registration video published on the website.

FEE for the CAT EXAM 2017

What is the fee for the CAT exam 2017?

Asked By: Anuj L,

Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

The fee is Rs.1700 for General and NC-OBC Candidates. However, if you belong to the SC/ST/PWD category, the applicable fee is Rs.850.