CAT 2023 Expected Percentile for 70 Marks

Angana Nath
Angana NathUpdated On: December 02, 2023 04:03 pm IST
Candidates can check out the CAT 2023 expected percentile for 70 marks here. The experts have analyzed the previous years' trends of 2022, 2021, and 2020 to measure the expected percentile for CAT 2023. 
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CAT 2023 Expected Percentile for 70 Marks: Candidates should have a fair knowledge of the expected CAT percentile vs marks before the CAT result is released so they can list out the colleges they may get admission to beforehand. The seat allocation will be based on the rank obtained in CAT 2023, which will be analyzed based on the CAT percentile and the tie-breaking criteria. Note that the raw marks obtained in the CAT 2023 exam will be used to calculate the scaled scores and based on the scaled scores, the percentile will be calculated. Here, the candidates can check out the CAT expected percentile for 70 marks. The expected percentile is analyzed based on the previous year's trend. 

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CAT 2023 Expected Percentile for 70 Marks

Find out the CAT 2023 expected percentile for 70 marks here in the given table:

CAT Score




Expected Percentile

70 marks

28 to 30 marks

17 to 20 marks

25 to 30 marks

95 to 96 percentile

It can be assumed that the candidates, who will get 95 to 96 percentile in CAT 2023 exam, will be eligible to get admission to the top MBA colleges or to the IIMs. Considering the previous years’ trends, the general candidates with a 99 percentile score will get admission to any of IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Bangalore, IIM Calcutta, IIM Kozhikode, IIM Luckow. Some other top B-Schools are FMS Delhi, SPJIMR, MDI, IMT, which accept the CAT 99 percentile marks.

How to Convert CAT Score into CAT Percentile?

To convert the CAT score into the CAT percentile, the candidates will follow three stages. Based on the marking scheme, the authority will calculate the CAT raw score. In the next step, the authority will transfer the CAT raw score to the scaled score using the normalization method. Lastly, the CAT percentile score will be measured based on the total number of test-takers in the exam.

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