CAT 2017 Results: Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Lucknow is likely to release the Common Admission test (CAT) 2017 results in the month of January next year at iimcat.ac.in. Candidates who appeared for the exam that was conducted in November can check their results on the official website as soon as it has been released on the official website. The date for the declaration of the exam results is yet to be disclosed by the Institute. CAT is conducted by one of the IIMs every year for admission to Postgraduate Management programmes at the country’s top B-schools including FMS Delhi, IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Bangalore and others. This year IIM Lucknow conducted the exam.
Candidates can expect their results to be declared in the month of January 2018, as the results for CAT 2016 that was conducted on December 4 last year were released in January this year. IIM Lucknow had released the question paper, answer keys and objection form at iimcat.ac.in yesterday. CAT aspirants can visit the website now and check the answer keys and file objections (if any). They need to keep in mind that the deadline to submit objection form is 2 pm on December 09, 2017 and any objection filed after that will not be entertained by the Institute.
CAT 2017 Question Paper and Objection Form: Steps to check answer keys-
Step 1: Visit the official website of CAT 2017 at iimcat.ac.in
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the link that says Question Papers & Objection Mangement
Step 3: Now enter your user ID and password
Step 4: Press Login
Step 5: Now check the Question Paper, Answer Key and Objection Form that you wish to check
CAT 2017 cut off and selection process-
While the Indian Institute of Management is still yet to disclose the CAT 2017 exam result date, candidates can check out the information given below to prepare themselves for the selection procedure that follows.
– All the campuses of the IIMs in the country fix their own minimum cut off percentile according to which they screen the candidates for admission. Like every year, candidates can expect the cut-off for admission to the 2018-19 to be high (90-100 percentile).
– However, the final admission of the candidates is based upon the composite score that is calculated taking into consideration the following aspects:
- CAT score
- Class 10 score
- Class 12 score
- Graduation score
- Gender diversity
- Academic diversity
- Work experience