The result of CAT 2019 has been released by IIM Kozhikode today i.e. 4th January 2020 on the official website of CAT. Candidates can download the scorecard by logging into their account through ID and password. Out of over 2 lakh candidates, 10 have scored 100 percentile and 21 have scored 99.99 percentile. All the 10 toppers belong to engineering/technology background, among which six toppers are from IITs.
Steps to check the CAT 2019 result
1. Go to the official website of CAT
2. Click on the CAT 2019 Result link
3. Enter your login ID and password
4. The scorecard will appear on the screen
5. Download and take a print out of the scorecard
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CAT 2019 Counselling:
The counseling for CAT 2019 will not be a centralized process. The candidates are being selected by their performance in the exam, educational qualification, professional work experience, etc. The CAT selection process go through 3 sections that are written test, GD/WAT and Personal Interview described as follows:
The written test has 3 sections and here are the details of the CAT written test:
1. Mathematics or Quantitative
2. English or Verbal
3. Analytical Reasoning
4. Data Interpretation
The candidates who will qualify the 1st round i.e the written test can proceed towards the GD/WAT round. some of the Management institutes conduct both GD and WAT along with PI while some directly conduct the written test.
In GD, the candidates are divided into groups of 8-10 each to check the thought process & teamwork abilities of the candidate. Only 15-45 minutes are given for the GD/WAT round.
After succeeding in the GD round, the candidate can attend the Personal Interview or PI round known as the last round of the process. In this round, the candidate has to face the questions coming from a panel consisting of 2-4 interviewers
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