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CAT 2022 Percentile Predictor & Calculator - Check Your Rank Here

Updated By Intajur Rahaman on 01 Dec, 2022 15:54

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CAT 2022 Percentile Predictor

Predict your Percentile for CAT 2022 here.
  • MCQ - Total(48 questions )
  • Non MCQ - Total(18 questions )

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

CAT 2022 Percentile Predictor

CAT 2022 Percentile Predictor is a tool, which is used to calculate the expected percentile that a candidate might get in the CAT examination 2022. Through this functionality, candidates can get an idea of how they performed in the examination. It is important for candidates to know that the Percentile Predictor for CAT 2022 will be live only when the computer-based examination concludes. Until then, candidates can have a look at the CAT answer key which has been released on December 1, 2022, on the official website. The Slot 1, Slot 2, and Slot 3 memory-based CAT question paper 2022 and detailed CAT 2022 paper analysis are also available on the links given below.

CAT Answer Key 2022 (Released)
CAT Question Paper 2022
CAT Paper Analysis 2022

In order to get the prediction of the expected percentile, candidates will have to follow some simple steps starting with the registration process. Candidates who wish to check the Percentile Predictor through our website must get themselves registered on the CollegeDekho site, only then they will be able to check the predicted percentile.

CAT Percentile Predictor is a unique tool that candidates can use to predict their overall/ category-wise All India Ranks in CAT. The Common Admission Test (CAT) is an important examination for management aspirants who wish to study in the prestigious IIMs and other premier business schools in the country. It is therefore inevitable that such test takers get anxious after taking the exam. 

CAT 2022 College Predictor

With CollegeDekho's CAT 2022 Percentile Predictor, candidates can get an idea of how they performed in the exam. The percentile predictor not only allows one to calculate their estimated CAT Percentile but also helps them in getting a fair idea of their overall performance in the Common Admission Test. It is also easy to use as you just need to enter some basic details and it will then predict the percentile. Candidates can also check the detailed CAT 2022 paper analysis, along with the following articles for reference:

Candidates can also check the CAT 2022 paper analysis released by the various coaching institutes of CAT. The links mentioned in the table below provide the detailed CAT 2022 analysis by TIME, IMS, HitBullsEye, and Career Launcher.

CAT 2022 Exam Analysis by IMS

CAT 2022 Analysis by Career Launcher

CAT 2022 Exam Analysis by T.I.M.E.

CAT 2022 Analysis & Answer Key by Bulls Eye

Also Read: 

CAT Normalization Process 

CAT Score Vs Percentile Analysis

How to Shortlist a B-School Basis CAT Percentile?

What is a Good CAT Percentile/ Score?

How Many Questions to Attempt in CAT for a 99 Percentile Score

Top B-schools that Accept CAT Percentile Below 90 other than IIMs

CAT: How Scaled Score will be Calculated for Three Shifts?

What after CAT exam? Here's Important Things To Do

List of MBA Colleges Accepting 80-90 Percentile in CAT

List of MBA Colleges Accepting 70-80 Percentile in CAT

How to Calculate Your Estimated CAT 2022 Percentile?

A percentile is a unit used to measure the percentage of students below or above you in the merit list. For instance, if you have got 80 percentile in your CAT exam that means 80% of students who appeared in the exam scored less than you.

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

  • The CAT percentile predictor will be live once the exam has been conducted. 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 the CAT 2022 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 in any of the IIMs. 

By predicting the 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. Candidates should also learn more about the CAT score vs percentile calculation and other important information on the same further in the article.

The CAT 2022 results are expected to be declared in the second week of January 2023. 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 further selection rounds such as the Written Ability Test (WAT) or Group Discussion and Personal Interview rounds.

CAT 2022 Marking Scheme

Here are some important points to remember about the CAT marking scheme.

  • The maximum marks for CAT 2022 were 198.
  • Marking Scheme for CAT Exam is such that for every correct answer, +3 marks are allocated, whereas, for every wrong answer, 1 mark is deducted.
  • There is no negative marking for wrong non-MCQ responses.
  • There is no deduction of marks if the question is unanswered.
  • Each section is evaluated and marked.
  • Based on the above rules, the CAT Score of a candidate is prepared.

Using the marking scheme, a candidate can calculate their CAT raw scores but the scaled scores are used when calculating the final merit for CAT percentile calculation. 

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Steps to Calculate CAT Percentile 2022

Candidates are required to calculate CAT 2022 percentile for a sectional as well as an overall paper following the steps mentioned below:

Step 1: Note down the total number of candidates (N) who appeared for the paper both in the morning and afternoon sessions.

Step 2: A scaled score is obtained for each section and the overall scaled score after the normalization process. Candidates will be assigned a rank (r) based on the scaled score. 

Step 3: Calculate the percentile score

The formula for computing the percentile is given by

The formula to calculate sectional as well as the overall CAT percentile of each candidate is the same, which is mentioned below:

P = (R/N) × 100

where,

P= Percentile score

R= Rank of the candidate assigned on the basis of scaled CAT score or the total number of candidates who rank below you.

N= Number of candidates who appeared in CAT 2021 (both morning and evening sessions)

There is an alternative method to calculate the CAT percentile that is provided below:

Percentiles in the CAT exam are just like percentiles in other exams. The percentiles are just a representation/ indication of the number of people who are behind you in the test. The General formula to calculate percentile along with some of the examples in this regard are elaborated below.

Percentile = ( 1 - All India Rank(Total Candidates in the Exam) * 100%

Example 1: Let us assume that 50 candidates appeared for the CAT exam. You have done well in the exam and scored 3rd rank in the entrance test, which means that 47 students scored less than you. Now, your percentile should be calculated as follows: -

47/50*100 = 94 Percentile.

Therefore, you scored 94 percentile in CAT as per the above example.

Example 2: Let us assume that 2,000 candidates appeared for the CAT exam. You have topped the exam by securing the first rank, which means that 1,999 candidates scored less than you. Now, your percentile should be calculated as follows: -

1999/2000*100 = 99.95 Percentile.

Therefore, you scored 99.95 percentile in CAT as per the above example.

After having a look at the above examples, you might wonder how multiple people secure 100 percentile in CAT. It happens because of rounding off, which is explained below in detail: -

Example 3: Let us assume that 2,00,000 candidates appeared for the CAT exam. You have secured 6th rank in the exam, which means that 1,99,994 students scored less than you. Now, your CAT percentile should be calculated as follows:

199994/200000*100 = 99.997 Percentile.

Therefore, you scored 99.997 percentile in CAT as per the above example.

However, the CAT scorecard shows percentile up to two decimal digits. Therefore, we will have to round it off. If we will have to round this off to two decimal places, we should round it up to the 100 percentile.

Step 4: Round off the calculated CAT 2022 percentile score of a candidate up to two decimal points. The CAT 2022 percentile score for the other two sections, i.e. DILR and VARC in CAT 2022 are also calculated in the same manner. 

Candidates might question how several people achieve the 100 percentile in the CAT after looking at the instances above. Well, rounding off is the reason it occurs. Candidates should be aware that the percentage on the CAT scores is displayed up to two decimal places. We will therefore need to round it off. If we must round this to two decimal places, we ought to do so to the hundredth percentile.

The aspirants should be aware that there is no unique CAT scoring system that can be used to determine the precise score that applicants must obtain in order to be included on the top list of the CAT 99 percentile league. The percentage on the CAT exam is assessed in line with the exam's degree of difficulty.

Calculation of Composite Score by IIMs

The composite score is the final score calculated by IIMs for admission to their programmes. CAT score is only a part of a candidate and many other parameters are considered to calculate their composite score.

Based on various parameters, two candidates with the same on paper score may have different composite sores. Here are the other parameters that are considered while drawing a composite score:

  • Class 10th Marks
  • Class 12th Marks
  • Graduation Percentage/ Grade
  • Work Experience
  • Academic Background
  • Gender Diversity

The formula for calculating CAT Composite Score used by the IIMs is as follows:

Input Data as Required for CAT 2022 Percentile Predictor

As you can see from the image provided below that the CAT 2022 Percentile Predictor is provided with three columns. The first box is for “No of Correct Attempts” wherein you will have to enter the number of questions attempted by you correctly, the second box is for “ No of Incorrect Attempts” wherein you will have to enter the number of questions attempted by you incorrectly and the final box is for “No of Correct Attempts for Non-MCQs” wherein you will have to answer the number of Non-MCQ questions, you have attempted correctly. At last, you can click on submit.

You should enter all the details correctly as the final prediction will be made after considering the data entered by you. You should also verify the data before submitting it.

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CAT 2022 Rank Predictor- Key features

The key features of the CAT 2022 rank predictor tool have been mentioned below:

  • The CAT percentile predictor enables the test-takers to predict their percentile before the results are announced.
  • The accuracy of the CAT 2022 rank predictor from percentile score depends upon the details entered by the students.
  • CAT MBA rank predictor 2022 indicates the percentile for the difficulty level of the exam shift based on students’ experience and expert analysis of the CAT 2022 exam.
  • CAT rank predictor 2022 will give college and branch preferences with which students will have an easier time in selecting their desired institutions.

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CAT 2022 Rank Predictor: Score vs Percentile

What is CAT Score?

To understand the CAT score, one must first understand the CAT exam pattern and marking scheme, both things are explained in the following points. Candidates can take look at the revised CAT 2022 exam pattern given below.

Section

No. of Questions

Marks Allocated

Quantitative Ability

22

66

Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension

24

72

Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning

20

60

TOTAL

66

196

What are CAT Scaled Scores/Marks?

The CAT exam is conducted across several sessions (two or three). To ensure fairness and justice in performance comparison, the question papers for each session are slightly different from one another, and a scaled score is produced through the normalization process. This scaled score could vary in both ways from the raw score.

What is CAT Percentile?

A percentile is regarded as a unit used to calculate/ evaluate the percentage of students above or below you in the merit list. For example, if you score 70 percentile in CAT, it means that 70% of students who appeared in the entrance test scored less than you. Therefore, candidates securing 70 percentile or above indicate their position in the top 30% of applicants who appeared for the exam.

Let us look at another example to make it clearer. If two lakh students gave the CAT exam, at least 20% of students (40,000 students) would come under the 80-100 percentile range. Therefore, the percentile secured by the candidates in the CAT exam is suggestive of their position and does not indicate the marks they score in the CAT exam.

CAT 2022 Percentile Calculation Process: Key Changes

To avoid confusion throughout the selection process, candidates should be informed of any significant and minor changes to the CAT 2022 exam. The following criteria are anticipated to be used by IIM Bangalore to maintain the CAT percentile calculation process from the previous year:

  • All percentile scores greater than or equal to 99.995 to be rounded off to 100
  • All percentile scores greater than or equal to 99.985 but strictly less than 99.995 to be rounded off to 99.99 and so on

CAT Score vs Percentile: Conversion Stages

Converting CAT scores to percentile scores requires multiple stages. First, scaled scores will be created from the CAT 2022 raw results. The scaled scores will then be used to determine the CAT percentile. The two most important scores on the CAT scorecard, however, are the CAT Scaled Score and CAT Percentile Score. The core marks obtained in the CAT exam are not displayed on the CAT scorecard. Only a candidate's Scaled CAT score Vs Percentile, both overall and per section, will be displayed on the scorecard. The three steps that transform a raw CAT score into the final percentile are as follows:

  • CAT Raw Scores: This can be calculated based on the CAT 2022 marking scheme and the level of precision with which a candidate answers the questions. Additionally, candidates can check it using the answer keys that IIMs make available following the CAT exam.
  • CAT raw score to CAT scaled score: This calculation is done by the IIMs after the normalization of raw results for all CAT exam slots.
  • CAT scaled score to CAT percentile score: This stage of calculation is done by IIMs depending upon the number of test takers across the CAT exam slots.

CAT 2022 Score vs Percentile: Expected (As per New Pattern)

Given below are the expected CAT 2022 marks vs the percentile that students can expect. The information will change based on various factors related to the exam.

CAT 2022 Score

CAT 2022 Expected Percentile

102-105

99.5

95- 98

99

84-87

98

70-73

95

57-60

90

50- 53

85

42-45

80

CAT 2022 Score Vs Percentile Cutoffs

Tabulated below is the CAT Score Vs percentile score: 

Percentile

Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension Score

Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning Score

Quantitative Analysis Score

Overall Score

99 %ile

34

26

36

96

98 %ile

32

28

30

90

95%ile

32

20

29

81

90%ile

29

17

26

72

85%ile

24

15

20

59

80%ile

20

12

15

47

CAT Score vs Percentile 2021: Section-Wise 

Provided below is the section-wise CAT Score vs Percentile 2021.

                                                                                CAT 2021 Score

CAT 2021 Percentile

Quantitative Analysis

Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning

Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension

Overall

(approx.)

45

33

45

102-105

99.5

41

30

41

95- 98

99

37

26

37

84-87

98

29

21

31

70-73

95

22

17

28

57-60

90

16

14

20

42-45

80

CAT 2022 Marks vs Percentile: Expected IIMs Cutoff

IIMs release the cutoff based on CAT scores. Here are the expected CAT 2022 score vs percentile for the top 5 IIMs based on NIRF rankings 2021.

CAT Score vs Percentile: IIM Ahmedabad

Aspirants can check the expected CAT 2022 Marks vs Percentile for IIM Ahmedabad in the table mentioned below. 

Category

DI & LR

VARC

QA

Aggregate

General

70

70

70

80

SC

60

60

60

70

ST

50

50

50

60

PWD (General, NC-OBC-cum-transgender, SC)

60

60

60

70

NC-OBC-cum-Transgender

65

65

65

75

PWD (ST)

50

50

50

60

CAT Score vs Percentile: IIM Bangalore 

Aspirants can check the expected CAT 2022 Marks vs Percentile for IIM Bangalore in the table mentioned below. 

Category

QA

VARC

DILR

Aggregate

General

75

80

75

85

Scheduled Caste

60

65

60

70

Scheduled Tribe

55

55

55

65

PwD

50

50

50

60

NC-OBC

65

70

65

75

EWS

65

70

65

75

CAT Score vs Percentile: IIM Calcutta

Aspirants can check the expected CAT 2022 Marks vs Percentile for IIM Calcutta in the table mentioned below. 

Category

QA

VARC

DI & LR

Aggregate

General

80

75

80

85

EWS

70

65

65

75

SC

65

60

60

70

ST

55

55

55

65

NC-OBC

70

65

65

75

PWD

55

55

55

65

CAT Score vs Percentile: IIM Lucknow

Aspirants can check the expected CAT 2022 Marks vs Percentile for IIM Lucknow in the table mentioned below. 

Category

VARC

DILR

QA

Aggregate

General

85

85

85

90

ST

50

50

50

65

EWS

77

77

77

82

NC-OBC

77

77

77

82

SC

55

55

55

70

PWD

50

50

50

65

CAT Score vs Percentile: IIM Kozhikode

Aspirants can check the expected CAT 2022 Marks vs Percentile for IIM Kozhikode in the table mentioned below. 

Category

Sectional Percentile

Class 10th Percentile

Class 12th Percentile

Overall Percentile

General

75

60

60

85

ST/ Pwd

45

55

55

55

NC-OBC/ EWS

65

60

60

75

SC

55

55

55

65

All the IIMs consider many factors such as CAT score, Written Ability Test (WAT) and Personal Interview (PI), work experience, academic record, extra-curricular activities and diversity (gender and educational) while selecting candidates for MBA admission.

IIM Selection Process Through CAT

The admission process at IIMs are provided below.

Screening of candidates on the basis of CAT score: Candidates need to satisfy the minimum cutoff decided by the college. The minimum cutoff of the top 5 IIMs namely IIM Calcutta, IIM Lucknow, IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Bangalore and IIM Kozhikode generally lies between 90 to 100. The cutoff of all the IIMs varies depending on many factors such as the number of candidates appearing for the examination, past year CAT cutoff and seat availability. The article provided below will provide you with an idea about the expected cutoff of IIMs.

IIM Cutoff 2022: CAT 2022 Cutoff for IIMs Section Wise & Category Wise

Written Ability Test and Personal Interview: Candidates will be called for PI and WAT rounds. These rounds will test the personality, intelligence, knowledge, leadership qualities and communication skills of the candidates. 

Written Ability Test 2022 for IIMs and Other Top MBA Colleges - Writing Tips & WAT Topics

Final selection of candidates for admission: The final selection list will be prepared after considering the performance in the CAT exam, WAT, PI, Work Experience, Diversity and Academic Records of the candidates. The weightage of these parameters will be different for all the IIMs. 

IIM Admission Process

The selected candidates can begin classes at IIMs after confirming their admission.

CAT 2022 Score vs Percentile - IIM Scaling and Normalization Process 

CAT exam will be conducted in different shifts. IIMs follow a smart scaling and normalization process for calculating CAT marks vs percentile with an objective to determine the merit of the candidates appearing for the CAT exam in different sessions. The scaling and normalization process came into existence after the CAT was revamped into a computer-based test.

The normalization process followed by IIMs for the CAT exam ensures complete justice when it comes to appraising equity and fairness in performance across multiple sessions. The CAT normalization process is a clear practice of comparing the CAT scores of candidates across different forms and is similar to other popular entrance exams in India such as GATE. For normalization across sections, IIMs use percentile equivalence.

To put it simply, the CAT normalization process is based on the primary guesswork that in all sessions of the CAT exam, the ability of the candidates remains the same without any changes.

Let us try to interpret the CAT scoring system to get a fair idea of the percentile more clearly. The CAT paper comprises 100 questions and three marks are awarded for each correct answer while one mark is deducted for a negative answer. The original score secured by the candidates in CAT is not based on this typical marking system due to the prevalence of the normalization process.

In recent years, the normalization process is not too aggressive as the CAT exam is being conducted in two slots on a single day (morning and afternoon). Therefore, the scaled score mentioned in the CAT scorecard remains too close to the actual marks secured by the candidates.

What Are The Benefits Of Using CAT 2022 Rank Predictor Tool?

Even though the rank is just an estimated one, the CAT Rank Predictor tool 2022 offers several benefits to the candidates: 

  • Using the tool, the test-takers will know their estimated ranks even before the official announcements.
  • Candidates can be well prepared for the final results.
  • Candidates can compare the ranks and plan accordingly for getting admission into their preferred colleges.
  • Candidates will get an idea regarding where they stand amidst the competition.

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What is the CAT 2022 marking scheme?

Here are some important points to remember about the CAT marking scheme.

  • The maximum marks for CAT 2021 were 198.
  • Marking Scheme for CAT Exam is such that for every correct answer, +3 marks are allocated, whereas, for every wrong answer, 1 mark is deducted.
  • There is no deduction of marks if the question is unanswered.
  • Each section is evaluated and marked.
  • Based on the above rules, the CAT Score of a candidate is prepared.

Using the marking scheme, a candidate can calculate their CAT raw scores but the scaled scores are used when calculating the final merit for CAT percentile calculation.

What is the meaning of CAT Marks vs Percentile?

The aspirants must note that there is no specific method for CAT through which you can figure out the exact score you will have to achieve to feature in the elite list of the CAT 99 percentile league. The percentile in the CAT exam is evaluated at par with the difficulty level of the exam. The difficulty level of the CAT exam is not constant every year, and hence the evaluation process of the CAT percentile changes every year. 

In 2020, a total of 9 candidates and 19 candidates out of 2,27,835 acquired 100 and 99.99 percentile respectively in CAT. Aspirants were from various backgrounds such as engineering or technology, mathematics, electronics, management, etc.

CAT 2019 witnessed 10 candidates out of 2.09 lakh candidates scoring 100 percentile in CAT. Those who scored 100 percentile in the CAT were from Engineering backgrounds. The highest number of toppers in CAT 2019 were from Maharashtra where four candidates scored 100 percentile. Almost 21 candidates scored 99.99 percentile, and 19 of them were from Engineering backgrounds.

What is CAT Percentile?

A percentile is regarded as a unit used to calculate/ evaluate the percentage of students above or below you in the merit list. For example, if you score 70 percentile in CAT, it means that 70% of students who appeared in the entrance test scored less than you. Therefore, candidates securing 70 percentile or above indicate their position in the top 30% of applicants who appeared for the exam.

Let us look at another example to make it clearer. If two lakh students gave the CAT exam, at least 20% of students (40,000 students) would come under the 80-100 percentile range. Therefore, the percentile secured by the candidates in the CAT exam is suggestive of their position and does not indicate the marks they score in the CAT exam.

How to find out the CAT percentile?

The formula to calculate sectional as well as the overall CAT percentile of each candidate is the same, which is mentioned below:

P = (R/N) × 100

where,

P= Percentile score

R= Rank of the candidate assigned on the basis of scaled CAT score or total number of candidates who rank below you.

N= Number of candidates who appeared in CAT 2021 (both morning and evening sessions)

What CAT Score is required for a specific percentile?

There is no certainty of getting a certain CAT percentile for a specific CAT score. However, taking a look at the previous year's CAT score vs percentile analysis provides a candidate with a basic idea of how much they need to score. Understanding the relationship between score and percentile is not only confusing but also complex.

In general, the CAT percentile points to a candidate’s position among all applicants for CAT, based on which the ranking of the candidate is decided. The CAT 2022 scorecard will not mention the raw score of a candidate. Instead, a candidate is presented with their scaled scores, which are calculated after normalisation, and their percentile. 

Is there any negative marking for non-MCQ questions in CAT?

No, there is no negative marking for the non-MCQ or TITA type questions in CAT.

What is a good attempt for 99 percentile in CAT?

Attempting 60 - 70 questions with 85 - 90% accuracy is sufficient to land in the 99 - 100 percentile bracket in CAT.

Is it possible to get admission in IIM with 80 percentile in CAT?

No, the minimum percentile required to be shortlisted for IIMs is 90 percentile. After that, a candidate also has to ensure that they peform well in the selection rounds. The academic performance also affects selection of the candidate.

Can I get admission with 50 percentile in CAT?

Yes, it is possible to get admission in some MBA colleges with just 50 percentile in CAT. Some of the colleges accepting 50 percentile in CAT are SBS Ahmedabad, SMS Lucknow, Institute of Public Enterprise Hyderabad etc.

Which are the best colleges for a low percentile in CAT?

There are many MBA colleges where you can take admission even with a low CAT percentile. Some of the best ones on the list include JIMS Rohini, SCMS Cochin, IMI Kolkata, BIMTECH Noida, SIESCOMS Mumbai, MITSOM Pune etc.

How can I find out which are the best colleges for me using my CAT percentile?

You can check the CAT Cut Off page for information related to CAT score accepted by various colleges for admission. You can also use the CAT College Predictor tool to check the best colleges for your requirements.

What are the steps of using CAT Percentile Predictor?

Using the CAT Percentile Predictor is simple. All you have to do is enter the number of questions you answered correctly and the number of questions you answered incorrectly. Do this for both MCQs and non-MCQs. After that, click on Submit and your estimated CAT percentile will be displayed on your screen.

What is the benefit of using the CAT Percentile Predictor tool?

By using the CAT Percentile Predictor tool, you can get an estimate of your CAT percentile which will help shortlist colleges that better suit your requirements. Applying and focusing on the best colleges will help you set a better target and work towards achieving it.

How does the CAT Percentile Predictor tool work?

The CAT percentile predictor tool analyses previous year data to reach an estimate of your CAT percentile based on your number of correct and incorrect attempts in the exam.

What is the CAT Percentile Predictor tool?

CAT Percentile Predictor tool is a calculator that helps you predict your CAT percentile based on your performance in the exam.

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.

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.

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.

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