The CAT exams are thought to be one among the most critical & high-pressure entrance examinations in the nation. 1000s of applicants take the test around the country to obtain seats into the prestiguous IIMs. 190000 lakh candidates had the high-pressure CAT examinations this academic year.
This academic session, CAT exams met twenty candidates creating it to the elite club of hundred percentilers- a factor that provies these shine minds the chance to waltz into the prestigous IIM venues in the country. Two girls also 3 non engineers managed to reserve a spot in the top twenty league this year.
Chhavi Gupta being IIT-Delhi graduate shined as one of the 2 female who done it to the small but elite girls club who shined CAT. Neha Manglik, from BITS Pilani, had secured a 100% in the year 2014 and before that one more women candidate had ranked the exam in the year 2009.
The 41-year-old Patrick D'Souza took 100 percentile for the 4th time this year. D'Souza, who initially offer CAT in the year 1996, missed to obtain an IIM call then. After getting his PG MBA from Jamnalal Bajaj Instt. of Management Studies, he accompanied a corporate firm. 4 years later, he quit his job to jumped into teaching.
A Mumbaikar & a Bihari share chase
Arvind Menon of Thane resident, & Mayank Raj, actually from Hajipur town in Bihar managed a place in the top twenty list. All of them were getting their final year at IIT-Mumbai. Whereas Menon is chaired to Amsterdam for a trading job, Raj told he would line up for a call from the IIM and then fix his future program of action.
Cracking the code
Chennai's coaching class faculty Rajesh Balasubramanium, also a serial topper like D'Souza, also made it to the elite club. Avdipto Chakraborthy, who works with a consultancy firm in Kolkata, also cracked the test, second year in a row.
The correction and the final score
Candidates are valued and offered scores as per few set categories. These comprise verbal ability and reading Comprehension, VARC, data interpretation & logical reasoning, DILR, QA & quantitative ability. Individual scores are made to compute an overall scaled score & percentile.
The publication of CAT 2017 Result and CAT 2017 toppers names is only the starting of the screening or admission process for IIMs and few other top MBA institutes in India. After the release of the CAT 2017 examination results, the concerned IIMs added to top B-schools in India will make the short-listing process to choose the right best candidates fitted for their master of business administration academic degrees.
The process would consists of Written Ability Test, WAT, Personal Interview, PI, and/or Group Discussion, GD rounds as process of the screening test. Those applicants who are capable to pass these extra rounds will be potential to score a seat in the premier MBA colleges in India.
IIMs are predicted to filter nearly twenty thousand candidates for final admission rounds and out of which only 5000 candidates would be given admission to the forthcoming MBA batch in top 20 IIMs across the country.
MBA seekers who have not done well to get the perfect score of one hundred percentile in CAT 2017 required not be dissatisfied. In past there have been many examples where IIMs and few other best MBA colleges have short listed candidates with lesser percentile scores, depending upon their academic or work profiles.