"CATÂ 2022 Exam registration started on 3 August 2022 and ends on 15 September 2022. CAT Exam is a gateway to all the IIMs for MBA."
CAT 2022 Exam: CAT 2022 Exam registration started on 3 August 2022 and the last date to apply is 15 September 2022. CAT Exam is the most popular MBA exam in India as it is a gateway to all the IIMs for MBA.
As per the official notification, the upcoming CAT 2022 exam will be held on 27 November 2022 in three shifts. The exam is administered by one of the IIMs on a rotational basis, and IIM Bangalore will administer CAT 2022.
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Completely ignoring a section:
- Concentrating your efforts on one or two areas while completely disregarding the third might be quite fruitless.
- The DILR or VARC portion is most frequently overlooked.
- Although you must note that most prestigious B-schools also have a sectional cut-off percentile to choose candidates for further consideration. That indicates that a minimum cut score must be achieved in each segment.
Attempting mocks after finishing the syllabus
- There is no defined syllabus for CAT. Every year CAT brings up with a new type of question.
- After all, the CAT examines one’s capacity for reasoning and logic.
- The most important tool in the preparation phase is assessment.
Being subjective and concentrating on speed
- The CAT is not a test of speed, a desirable CAT score is between 50 and 55 percent.
- This suggests that there is sufficient time in the exam to decide what to solve and what to leave.
- One should read as quickly as they can understand.
- Remember that to get into your dream business school, you only need to correctly answer roughly 60% of the exam’s questions.
CAT 2022 Exam Pattern
The CAT 2022 exam is conducted in an online mode and is a computer-based test.
- CAT Exam is conducted in the English language only.
- The exam has three sections- VARC, DILR, and QA
- Candidates appearing for the CAT exam must solve MCQ and Non-MCQ questions.
- There is a sectional time limit of 40 minutes for each section.
- A negative marking of 1 mark for every wrong answer, and every correct answer is 3 marks.
- No negative marking exists for TITA (Non-MCQs) questions.
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