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The National Testing Agency popularly referred to as the NTA has declared the CMAT 2021 results on April 9. Candidates can download their scorecard from the NTA CMAT 2021 official website after logging in to their account using their credentials. The list of CMAT 2021 toppers is also given below. The all India merit list comprising CMAT 2021 toppers will have the candidate's name, roll number, All India Rank, sectional percentile, sectional scores and overall percentiles.
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List of CMAT 2021 Toppers
The list of CMAT 2021 toppers is given below along with their percentile
|CMAT 2021 Toppers||CMAT 2021 Percentile|
|Hardik Ajay Nigam||91.55|
List of CMAT 2020 Toppers
The list of CMAT 2020 toppers was released on February 4, 2020.
|Name of the Candidate||CMAT 2020 Percentile||CMAT 2020 Marks (Out of 400 Marks)|
Kalisetty Udaya Sandhya Lakshmi Devi
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List of CMAT 2018 Toppers
Out of the close to 64,000 candidates who appeared for CMAT 2018, several emerged successful with very good scores and percentile. Check the list of CMAT 2018 Toppers below:
|Name of the Candidate||CMAT 2018 Rank||CMAT 2018 Score||CMAT 2018 Percentile|
The All India Rank (AIR) list is prepared on the basis of the scores of the candidates. If the scores of candidates are the same, then the ranking is defined keeping in mind the sectional scores in the order - Quant & DI > Logical Reasoning > Language Comprehension > General Awareness. Further, the CMAT 2018 percentile is calculated using the following formula:
Percentile (P) = Total Number of Candidates who Appeared for the Exam (N) - Rank of the Candidate / N x 100
There are a lot of good MBA colleges accepting CMAT 2021 score where one can apply which you have gone through after estimating your CMAT percentile using CollegeDekho's tool. Now, once you apply to the respective colleges on the basis of your score, you will be shortlisted for the subsequent GD and PI rounds. If you are well aware of how to initiate and lead a group discussion, your chances of making it to the next round will be brighter. Apart from that, these common questions asked in Personal Interview for MBA admission will help you grab the seat at the college of your choice. For admission-related guidance, fill our Common Application Form.
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