Indian Institutes of Management today announced the preliminary registration data for the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2012. The CAT 2012 voucher sale window ended on 17 September, and 2.15 lakh vouchers were sold, 4% above 2011. The CAT 2012 registration window ended at midnight on 19 September with 2.14 lakh registered CAT aspirants, exceeding last year’s registrations of 2.05 … Read More
On an average, about two lakh B-school aspirants take the Common Admission Test every year. The IIMs together offer around 2800 seats and about 1200 seats available for the general category. Once CAT is done and the results declared, IIMs will issue calls to the next stage of admissions GD or WE and PI. It is here that the contentious … Read More
CAT 2011 began today. The 20 day long testing window opened 10 am today at around 68 test centres throughout India. MBABUG spoke to a few CAT aspirants at a test centre in Gurgaon on difficulty level, challenges with newly introduced format, surprises and pattern of questions.
CAT 2011 is approaching aspirants are busy—employing day and night in preparing hard to crack this tough MBA nut. It is time around when aspirants choose which b-schools to apply for to pursue MBA. B-School rankings have always been a good way of shortlisting b-schools to apply for.
CAT 2011 is round the corner with just 15 days left for the most sought after and surprise packed MBA entrance exam. The countdown has begun. CAT 2011 will have two sections, viz. Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation and Verbal Ability & Logical Reasoning. It is important to do equally well in both the sections to get calls from top … Read More