From flexible time limit to an increase in the number of cities the test will be administered. This year's CAT exam seems to be aspirant-friendly finds out Prachi Rege
The result of Common Admission Test (CAT) for admission to Indian Institute of Managements (IIMs) were declared on Tuesday.
The Common Admission Test to the Indian Institutes of Management remains the most popular choice for the bulk of MBA aspirants, even though they find such exams both cumbersome and expensive.
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The Common Admission Test (CAT) 2013 for entrance to management institutes across India will begin Wednesday, an statement said.
The overall registration for the Common Admission Test has declined, but the number of women applicants has increased over two years, an official said.
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CAT aspirants will reap rich dividends if they go whole hog in familiarising themselves with the intricacies of Algebra, Geometry and Modern Math concepts, says Abhijit Gupta.
CAT is a lot about logic and common sense, says Abhishek Gupta.
The online registration for Common Admission Test 2013 to 13 Indian Institute of Managements and over 130 premium B schools in the country started on Monday.
The HRD Ministry has set up a committee to examine the allegations that the marks of 80 candidates of Common Admission Test (CAT), 2012, were inflated.
Ten students, eight of them from IITs, score 100 per cent in the CAT 2012 for entry into the Indian Institutes of Management and other top business schools.
The CAT for admission to IIMs and other B-schools got over on Tuesday and the results are expected to be announced on January 9, 2013.
The premier B-schools are planning some changes in the Common Admission Test to ensure a broad-based representation.
There has been a four per cent increase in the number of candidates appearing for the Common Admission Test this year as compared to last year.
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