MBA aspirants will sigh a much needed respite since official announcement has been made by IIM about 2016 CAT examination. As per our observation, each year IIMs release the official notification during the last week of July, so candidates need to patiently wait till that time for the official date to be released by the authority.
Each year CAT is conducted on a rotational basis where the responsibility of conducting CAT is given to one of the IIMs. This year IIM Bangalore is going to take the responsibility of conducting the same. The CAT scores will be accepted at the top B-schools that have a combined seat of around 3750.
The CAT Exam Pattern and Syllabus will remain the same but it is predicted that the difficulty level might be increased. The candidates will be able to go for a mock test released on official site on 18th October. Students will be having three sections and 180 minutes of 60 minutes each for solving the questions. They cannot switch sections while answering.
CAT 2016 examination admit card will be released on 18th October. CAT 2016 aspirants can look out for the official release on leading newspapers and journals on 31st July (Sunday).
Here are the dates that you need to mark on your calendars:
|Notification release date||July 31st 2016 – Sunday|
|Registration opens||August 8th , 2016 – Monday|
|Registration Closes||September 22nd , 2016 – Thursday|
|Admit Card issue starts||October 18th 2016 – Thursday|
|CAT 2016 EXAM DATE||December- 4th – Sunday|
|Declaration of result||2nd week of January|
CAT is exam that requires religious and consistent preparation. CAT is only the first hurdle that needs to be passed with high percentile to enter the steps of top MBA colleges. Further, the aspirants are going to face Group discussion or Written Ability Test and Personal Interview to pass through to get a seat.
Byju’s provides wholesome preparation for the CAT aspirant. Byju’s tab based preparation will let you prepare at your own convenient time and place. The tricks and tips used by our faculty are copyrighted and are very helpful to manage time effectively. Byju’s stress on clearing the fundamentals and basics first and then raising the difficulty level so that students won’t get stuck on any question.
This time, CAT will be having Non – MCQ type question with an on-screen calculator to help solve the direct answer based questions. CAT aspirants can check our notification page for latest news and events related to CAT.
For talking to our educational counsellor, aspirants can call 09880031619 and address their queries related to CAT exam.
Team Byju’s wishes All the Best for CAT exam 2016.