Aug 1, 2016

CAT exam date released December 4

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CAT exam date released December 4

The CAT Exam, A way to Indian institute of Management (IIMs) and well-known B-schools, The Exam will be held on 4th December. The registration process is online and it will starts from 8th August to 22nd September.

The CAT exam will be hold on across 138 cities, there are two session per day. Candidates have the option to select maximum 4 cities for as exam preference. To register you have to pay fees through online mode only. The admit card will be issued between from 18th October and 4th December.

The Convenor of IIM Bangalore, Prof Rajendra K Bandi has declared the CAT exam details to inform interested candidates.

The time duration of CAT is 180 minute including 3 sections - data interpretation and logical reasoning and quantitative ability, verbal ability and reading comprehension,. The test format of CAT exam is available on official website CAT by them to so, student understands and it will available from 18th October. For more details candidates can write in email theirs queries to cathelpdesk@iimcat.ac.in or they can dial toll free no. 1-800-266-3549 (Call in pick hours)


Important dates summary CAT Exam:-
Online registration: 8th August to 22nd September(5pm)

Download of admit card: From 18th October (1pm) till 4th December

Test date: 4th December, Sunday; (forenoon and afternoon sessions)

Results declaration: 2nd week of January 2017 (tentative)

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