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    Jun 2012

    Let me know the required course to be done for CAT exam. I am presently studying 2nd year B.Tech.

    I am in 2nd year of my B.Tech. I would like to know the required course for CAT EXAM for my future preparation for the paper.

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    Join Date
    May 2011

    Re: Let me know the required course to be done for CAT exam. I am presently studying 2nd year B.Tech.

    Those candidate have completed graduation with above 50% marks are applicable for CAT exam.Your degree must be recognized.

    Marks relaxation is provide for SC/ST candidate.There is no age criteria.Final year student are also applicable for CAT exam.

    But you are now in 2rd year so you are not applicable for CAT exam.When you are in final of your degree course , this time you are applicable for CAT Exam.

    There is no limitation for CAT exams attempts so you can try it maximum times.CAT exam patten have changed in some topics.I have listed the Pattern here , you can follow the pattern.

    Pattern for CAT Exam:-

    List of the Books for CAT Exam:-

    CAT Topic-wise 17 Year Solved Papers


    Disha Experts

    Publisher: Disha Publication (2012)

    Verbal Ability For CAT



    Publisher: cengage Learning (2011)

    Verbal Ability For The CAT


    Sujit Kumar

    Publisher: Pearson (2011)

    The best MBA college in India through CAT score is given below-

    • Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad
    • Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
    • Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
    • Indian Institute of Management Lucknow
    • Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode
    • Indian Institute of Management Indore
    • XLRI Management Institute Jamshedpur
    • IIFT Indian Institute of Foreign Trad
    • FMS Faculty of Management Studies
    For more details about CAT Exam , You can visit to http://www.catiim.in


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    Vikas hrc
    Join Date
    May 2012

    Re: Let me know the required course to be done for CAT exam. I am presently studying 2nd year B.Tech.

    Hi friend..

    CAT stands for Common Admission Test.
    The test is conducted for admission in Indian Institute of Managements in MBA course.
    There are 13 IIMs in India and they are considered as top Management Institutes in India.
    CAT is conducted once in a year in the month of October-November.

    There are many instiutes in India but doing MBA from a good college matters a lot.
    Almost all the good institutes admit students on the basis of percentile obtained in entrance test.
    Some of the entrance tests in India for MBA course are CAT,MAT,ATMA,SNAT,etc.

    I am listing the top Institutes in India for MBA course below:-
    1.IIM Ahmedabad.
    2.IIM Bangalore.
    3.IIM Lucknow.
    4.IIM Calcutta.
    5.FMS Delhi.
    6.XLRI Jamshedpur.
    7.IIM Kozhikode.
    8.IIM Indore.
    9.Indian Institute of Foreign Trade.
    10.IIM Raipur.

    So,as you can see above that out of 10 top institutes,7 are IIMs.
    So,if you want to take admission in an IIM,you are required to give CAT exam.

    You have to fulfil certain eligibility criteria if you want to appear in CAT:-
    1.You should have done your graduation from a recognised university.
    2.You can do graduation from any discipline.
    3.You should have obtained 50% in your graduation.
    4.There is a 5% relaxation for SC/ST candidates in Graduation marks.
    5.You can appear even if you are in final year of your graduation.
    6.There is no age limit to appear in CAT.
    You are not eligible to appear if you are in 2nd year of B.Tech.

    In CAT,the questions are from following sections:-
    1.Verbal Ability.
    2.Logical Reasoning.
    3.Quantitative Aptitude.
    4.Data Interpretation.
    5.English Comprehension.

    The questions are not so tough but they are tricky sometimes and you must be very accurate and speedy if you want to crack CAT because time limit is very less.
    After qualifying CAT,you will be called for Personal Interview and Group Discussion.
    The selection will be based on the score in all the three rounds.
    Hope you found the information useful.
    Best of luck.

    With Regards-

    "The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength,not a lack of knowledge,but rather a lack of will."

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