CAT 2015 Exam Registration date is extended upto 25th Sept 2015. Students who are not applied for CAT 2015 are requested to apply for the CAT 2015, only 4 more days left.

CAT 2015 Exam Registration date is extended upto 25th Sept 2015

CAT 2015 Exam Registration To be Closed on September 20

The CAT 2015 registrations are going to be closed on September 20. Candidates who are not applied for CAT 2015 are required to hurry up and apply as early as possible. only 4 more days are left for CAT registrations. However, the official notification was released on July 26, and a few more days are left to apply for the CAT 2015. This time the official notification made some amendments regarding the exam and also about the change in the Test pattern which is introduced this year.

CAT is a computer-based test, that evaluates a student on the basis of his skills in English, Mathematics and Logical Reasoning. CAT is considered as the very typical competitive exam in India. To get good score in the CAT is not easy, it requires a lot of hardwork. Around 2 lakh candidates are going to take on CAT 2105 exam and is conducted by the Indian Institutes of Management for admissions to 21 IIMs and around 100 B-schools across India. This year, the test will be held across 115 centres and will be held in a single day in 2 slots unlike earlier.

Important: The form date is extended upto 25th Sept 2015. Candidates can register and make the payment till 25th Sept 2015.


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Eligibility criteria for CAT 2015 :

The candidate must possess minimum 50 per cent aggregate marks in graduation in any discipline from a recognized institute. Final year graduation Students who are in the final year of graduation can also apply provided they submit the graduation final marks to the institutes.The duration of the test would be 2 hours and 50 minutes.

The test would consist of 100 multiple choice questions. For each correct answer, the candidate would be given 3 points and negative marking would be done for wrong answers. If any question is left unanswered, no marks would be deducted.