CAT Percentile Predictor 2019

Sakunth Kumar Updated On: 25 Nov, 2019 11:19 IST

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CAT 2019 Percentile Predictor

Predict your Percentile for CAT 2019 here.
  • MCQ - Total (76 questions)
  • Non MCQ - Total (24 questions)

Note - This prediction is as per result and exam analysis of last few CAT exam papers.

CAT 2019 Percentile Predictor (LIVE)

CAT Percentile Predictor is a unique tool that candidates can use to predict their percentile soon after appearing for the exam. CAT is an important examination for management aspirants who wish to study in the prestigious IIMs and other premier business schools of the country. It is therefore inevitable that such test takers get anxious after taking the exam. With Collegedekho's CAT Percentile Predictor, candidates can at least get an idea of how they performed in the exam. The percentile predictor not only allows one to calculate his/her estimated CAT Percentile but it also helps one in getting a fair idea of his/her overall performance in the Common Admission Test. Candidates can also check the detailed analysis of CAT 2019 examination.

Steps to Calculate Your Estimated CAT Percentile

Here are some of the simple steps that will help you to calculate your CAT score -

  • CAT percentile predictor is live, and the candidates can start by registering on CollegeDekho's website. 
  • Registered candidates then need to enter the number of CAT questions they attempted. They must also enter the number of attempts that they think are correct.
  • After providing the necessary details, candidates will get their estimated/expected score and percentile.
  • Based on the percentile, candidates will be able to explore their college options and prepare for further rounds of admission.
  • The predictor tool predicts the CAT percentile using the expected section and overall CAT score.

With the help of CAT 2019 percentile predictor tool, the test takers can use this platform not only to get an idea of how they performed but also to know their chances of getting a seat into any of the IIMs. 

By predicting CAT percentile using CollegeDekho's CAT Percentile Predictor, candidates will be able to get an idea of the IIM campuses from where they can get an interview call. Read on to know the difference between CAT score and percentile, and how CAT percentile is calculated.

The CAT 2019 result is likely to be declared in the second week of January 2020. And therefore, it makes sense for test takers to know about their performance level in the exam beforehand in order to predict their chances of admission at IIMs and to prepare for the further selection rounds such as Written Ability Test (WAT) or Group Discussion and Personal Interview rounds.

FAQs

What is CAT percentile predictor tool?
CAT percentile predictor tool is exclusively created by CollegeDekho for the candidates who wish to predict his/ her CAT score, sectional-wise score or percentile in the CAT exam.
Does CAT percentile predictor tool give accurate result?
The name CAT Percentile Predictor indicates that it can only predict the percentile. CollegeDekho CAT percentile predictor is made to give the most accurate result. Therefore, any predictor tool of CAT is not accurate. However, most predictor tools of CAT give 80 - 100% accurate result.
Why should I use or rely on CAT predictor tool?
CAT predictor tool helps you to predict your tentative score or percentile in CAT exam. It will help you figure out admission chances in top IIMs and plan accordingly.
Is the CAT score valid for two years?
No. CAT score is valid for one year.
How many years CAT is valid?
CAT score is valid for one year.
What is a good score in CAT 2019?
In order to secure admission in top IIMs, 95 percentile can be the good score. On the other hand, for third-generation IIMs, a percentile of 90 is a good score.
Which IIM has the lowest cutoff?
Usually, 90 percentile can be the lowest cutoff for IIM. Third generation IIMs (newer IIMs) will have a cutoff of 90%.

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