All important details about CAT 2021 can be found given below.
What is CAT 2021?
CAT 2021 is the most popular national level management exam in India. It is basically an entrance exam for IIMs but is also accepted by many other MBA colleges in India. CAT 2021 is a computer-based examination that is usually conducted for 3 hours but this year, the duration of CAT 2021 has been revised to 2 hours (40 minutes per section) by the CAT Convenor. There are numerous centres for CAT 2021 across 147 cities all over the country. There will be 100 questions in this examination which will be provided in the form of Multiple Choice Based Examination.
CAT 2021 Registration and Eligibility
Applicants of CAT 2021 must know the CAT Registration and Eligibility criteria before they apply for the CAT 2021. The candidates must have secured at least 50% in the graduation or equivalent CGPA. Applicants belonging to the 3rd year of the graduation are also eligible to appear for the CAT 2021. There are several reservations for SC/ST/PwD/OBC and EWS which the applicants can check from the Registration and Eligibility of CAT 2021.
CAT 2021 Selection Procedure
More than 2 lakh candidates appear for the CAT examination every year and the ones who secure the qualifying marks in the CAT would be guided further for the CAT Selection Procedure. The CAT 2021 selection procedure comprises of certain parameters such as the applicants will have to get through the CAT 2021 cut-off.
The applicants of CAT 2021 will be called for certificate and document verification also cross-verification of CAT 2021 reserved category. Check the detailed CAT 2021 selection procedure to find out the required details about CAT selection.
CAT 2021 Mock Test
College Dekho has created CAT mock test for the test takers of CAT. It is convenient for the applicants to appear for the CAT 2021 only if they appear for CAT 2021 mock test. The applicants who appear for CAT 2021 mock test would get an idea about the exam and hence would be able to attend the paper in time and score really high. Taking CAT 2021 mock text is always considered advantageous for the applicants of CAT 2021.
How to Prepare for CAT 2021
CAT 2021 is a national level examination and a large number of candidates appear for this examination every year. So all the candidates must know how to prepare for CAT 2021 in order to qualify for the exam. There are several tips and tricks to prepare for CAT 2021, test-takers can know about how to prepare for CAT.
CAT 2021 Exam Pattern
CAT 2021 exam pattern must be clear to the applicants. As mentioned above, the CAT 2021 exam pattern has been changed after CAT 2018. The CAT 2021 exam pattern would have all the new changes incorporated in the question paper. Candidates appearing for CAT 2021 must know the detailed CAT 2021 exam pattern in order to qualify the exam with good score.
CAT 2021 Syllabus
The CAT 2021 syllabus is given in a subject-wise manner. The candidates who are appearing for the exam must also know the CAT 2021 syllabus to be able to prepare accordingly. There are 3 subjects for the applicants to prepare for CAT 2021. Hence the CAT 2021 syllabus can be covered with a proper strategy.
CAT 2021 Previous Year Question Papers
The CAT 2021 applicants must practice the CAT Previous Year question paper. The old questions papers are available here. All the applicants of CAT 2021 must practice the CAT old question papers or previous years’ question paper.
CAT 2021 Exam Day Guidelines
Candidates appearing for CAT 2021 must know some of the important guidelines for the day of examination.
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|Admit Card, Identity Proof, Name Change Document (if Any)||Calculator, Watch, Phone, Bags, Purse, Eatables and Jewellery |
Selecting CAT Test Cities
CAT 2020 candidates will have to fill in the required preferences to choose the city or centre of examination for CAT 2021. The candidates of CAT 2021 can select up to 6 cities. The candidates must choose the options as per their preferences of colleges. The exam city is allocated basis availability. If the first prefered city not available, then the second one would be allocated.