Introduction to CAT in Vashi
Common Admission Test (CAT), is computer-based test held in India. Indian Institute of Management (IIMs) conducts CAT exam to shortlist the highly qualified candidates for the postgraduate management programme. CAT exam is conducted every year by one of the IIMs institutes in India as per the policy. On basis of CAT exam, IIMs and many other B schools in India, offer admission to MBA, PGDM and likewise programs.CAT (Common Admission Test) is the premier all India management entrance exam conducted by IIMs. Last year 2,04,267 students competed for 1550+ seats making it the most competitive exam in the country.
Q. Which institute is best for CAT coaching?
A. 1. Career launcher (CL) is one of the most popular and largest MBA coaching institutes in India
3. Triumphant Institute of Management (T.I.M.E.)
Q. What is the fees for T.I.M.E coaching class?
A. T.I.M.E. Coaching Fees for CAT 2019 for complete class room coaching is as high as Rs.60,000 and for Weekend Coaching, it is even higher and go upto Rs.70,000/-. The short term T.I.M.E. coaching fee for night classes goes in the range of Rs.20,000 to Rs.32,000/- depending upon the classroom coaching you have enrolled for. Vasai has a T.I.M.E coaching class that has very good training for CAT classes.
Q. Is it tough to crack a CAT exam?
A. Cracking CAT is not tough as such. CAT is an aptitude test. You need to be in high spirits built with good practice. ... It is about solving the questions you know well -an exam of calm mind - selection of easy to moderate questions and solving them!
Q. What is the duration for CAT classes?
A. Generally, the duration of CAT coaching should be anywhere between 10-12 months. The preparation of CAT can be done through different types of courses such as the classroom program, live online classes, or recorded classes also students prefer to do self-study by taking up the books
Q. What is the best time to start CAT preparation?
A. Ideally, CAT preparation takes around 300 hours to 500 hours of serious preparation. There is no right time to start preparing for the CAT Exam, it is recommended that a CAT aspirant should start the preparation sometime between Jan-Feb and June-July of the year he or she is planning to appear for CAT
Q. What are some of the MBA classes in Vashi?
A. T.I.M.E and Endeavor Careers are said to be the best coaching classes for CAT preparation in Vashi
Q.What is the duration of a CAT exam?
A. CAT exam is conducted for 180 minutes (3 hours).
Q. What is the admission process for CAT?
A. It should be noted that individual IIM shortlists candidates for their second stage of selection independently. The selection process includes a Written Ability Test (WAT) and a Personal Interview (PI). The performance of individuals in CAT 2019 exam will be an important component in the overall selection process. IIMs also consider previous academic records of the candidates, relevant work experience and other similar inputs while shortlisting and ranking the candidates at various stages during the admission process. The processes, academic cut-offs and the weights allocated to the evaluation parameters may vary across IIMs. For more information, one may refer to the admissions policies on respective IIM’s website. As the CAT exam is a very competitive exam, it is important that candidates should be well prepared for it. Your coaching class in Vashi will help you through it
Q. What is the eligibility criteria to give CAT exam?
A.In arrange to donate the CAT Exam, the candidates ought to be qualified for it concurring to the CAT Exam Qualification Criteria of 2019. Whereas the official criteria will be informed together with the CAT 2019 Notice, the CAT Exam Qualification 2019 isn't anticipated to alter as well much from the CAT Exam Qualification Criteria of 2018 and CAT Exam Qualification Criteria of 2017.
In order to be qualified for the CAT Exam, the candidate needs to pass at least their Bachelor's degree with at least 50% (for Common Category and for candidates from the NC-OBC caste). For SC/ST and Differently Abled (DA) candidates, the rate required is 45%. For the Degree to be numbered, the University who has granted the degree must be recognised by the MHRD. If the College gives grades or CGPA rather than marks, the transformation figure given by the College should be utilised. On the off chance that there's no transformation calculate indicated by the College, the CGPA should be changed over into r