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Avinash Jha
@avinashkrjha
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Posted 02 Aug '12

> @mossad said: Hey people. Is there a new thread for CAT 2012 selection criteria of various IIMs? I tried searching on PG, but I am still new to this version of PG. If there isn't one, can we start a thread and make it sticky?
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@mossad said: Hey people. Is there a new thread for CAT 2012 selection criteria of various IIMs? I tried searching on PG, but I am still new to this version of PG. If there isn't one, can we start a thread and make it sticky?

You can start following this thread now : http://www.pagalguy.com/forums/cat-and-related-bschools/shortlisting-criteria-2012-t-84381/p-3594658

Requesting moderators to close this thread. @[316381:visionIIM-ACL]

Thanks.. !!

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Mossad Mossad
@mossad
528

Posted 02 Aug '12

Hey people. Is there a new thread for CAT 2012 selection criteria of various IIMs? I tried searching on PG, but I am still new to this version of PG. If there isn't one, can we start a thread and make it sticky?

Hey people. Is there a new thread for CAT 2012 selection criteria of various IIMs? I tried searching on PG, but I am still new to this version of PG. If there isn't one, can we start a thread and make it sticky?

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Mossad Mossad
@mossad
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Posted 02 Aug '12

@[601835:vaibhavbansal91]
I think it will be 2, if you go by IIM A's criteria last year. I think it said greater than 80%. Therefore, your multiplicative factor would be 3 if your percentage is 80.01 or greater.

@[601835:vaibhavbansal91]

I think it will be 2, if you go by IIM A's criteria last year. I think it said greater than 80%. Therefore, your multiplicative factor would be 3 if your percentage is 80.01 or greater.

I think it will be 2, if you go by IIM A's criteria last year. I think it said greater than 80%. Therefore, your multiplicative factor would be 3 if your percentage is 80.01 or greater.

vaibhav bansal
@vaibhavbansal91

Posted 02 Aug '12

hey guyzzz...please help me........wat would be my multiplicative factor( 2 or 3) if i have got exactly 80 percentage in my graduation........please reply

hey guyzzz...please help me........wat would be my multiplicative factor( 2 or 3) if i have got exactly 80 percentage in my graduation........please reply

VED PRAKASH DWIVEDI
@harddev
24

Posted 15 Jun '12

looking at my acads can sum1 tell me chances to get call from iim-c and iim-l , n how much do i need to get a call from both of these iims in cat? acads:-
10th- 90.6%(cbse)
12th-80.8%(cbse)
btech-8.81/10(cgpa)= 88.1% ( from NIT)
category:- general

looking at my acads can sum1 tell me chances to get call from iim-c and iim-l , n how much do i need to get a call from both of these iims in cat? acads:-

10th- 90.6%(cbse)

12th-80.8%(cbse)

btech-8.81/10(cgpa)= 88.1% ( from NIT)

category:- general

10th- 90.6%(cbse)

12th-80.8%(cbse)

btech-8.81/10(cgpa)= 88.1% ( from NIT)

category:- general

VED PRAKASH DWIVEDI
@harddev
24

Posted 15 Jun '12

can anyone please let me know ..if iim-lucknow,has got any way to allow a general engg candidate to take admission into it?, because i havnt heard much on this from anywhere, every1 denies the admission for a general candidate from engg background into iim lucknow

can anyone please let me know ..if iim-lucknow,has got any way to allow a general engg candidate to take admission into it?, because i havnt heard much on this from anywhere, every1 denies the admission for a general candidate from engg background into iim lucknow

Can ne1 tel me wts d method of normalization used by iimc?

dream Mba
@eerikacapricorn
53

Posted 02 Apr '12

hi ,I am also preparing for cat 2012, my 10th marks=88%, 12th marks=70.9% and grads =79.2%...is it fullfilling the criteria to get calls from IIMs.. if i score a good marks..

hi ,I am also preparing for cat 2012, my 10th marks=88%, 12th marks=70.9% and grads =79.2%...is it fullfilling the criteria to get calls from IIMs.. if i score a good marks..

am i making myself clear???

Yes...........

Debarun Sengupta
@targeted
200

Posted 20 Mar '12

> According to given formula for calculating weighted score:
even if a GEN category student scores 100% each in 10th, 12th, QA, VA..
then also (100+100+56.25+56.25)*100/562.50 = 55.55
So, is he not eligible for GDPI??
I am not clear with the calculation of weighted score... plz help....

According to given formula for calculating weighted score:

even if a GEN category student scores 100% each in 10th, 12th, QA, VA..

then also (100+100+56.25+56.25)*100/562.50 = 55.55

So, is he not eligible for GDPI??

I am not clear with the calculation of weighted score... plz help...

suppose my 10th is 70%, 12th is 80% then??

See in the formula used for weighted score ((QADI Score+VALR Score+SSC weights of 10%+HSC weights of 10%)*100)/562.50.....

u hv taken the percentiles in QADI Score+VALR Score....but instead u hv to take the scaled score....which is out of 450....225 each for QADI & VALR....

For general category weighted score cut off was 67.11.....see the pdf

if u get 70% in 10th SSC weights of 10%=22.5

if u get 80% in 12th HSC weights of 10%=45

So in order to get the weighted score cut off of 67.11 u need to score 309.99 in QADI+VALR out of 450.....using formula...

am i making myself clear???

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guys FMS shortlist ke bare mein koi idea???

Victor Thomas
@victor11
129

Posted 20 Mar '12

> targeted Says
>
> hv a look at the cut-offs for IIMC.....
According to given formula for calculating weighted score:
even if a GEN category student scores 100% each in 10th, 12th, QA, VA..
then also (100+100+56.25+56.25)*100/562.50 = 55.55
So, is he not eligible for GDPI??
...

targeted Sayshv a look at the cut-offs for IIMC.....

According to given formula for calculating weighted score:

even if a GEN category student scores 100% each in 10th, 12th, QA, VA..

then also (100+100+56.25+56.25)*100/562.50 = 55.55

So, is he not eligible for GDPI??

I am not clear with the calculation of weighted score... plz help...

suppose my 10th is 70%, 12th is 80% then??

Tejas Sharma
@Tejas_Sharma
382

Posted 19 Mar '12

> Cut-offs for IIMA.....
P.S.: But the prob is....it is given in the form of CAT Score....which is out of 450...
Last year I gave CAT. I scored 266/450 with 99.05%ile. At 282, 99.6%ile.CAT topper 100%ile at 312.99.96 at late 290s.....
At 244, 96.4%ile. That is what I know. Hope it h...

Cut-offs for IIMA.....

P.S.: But the prob is....it is given in the form of CAT Score....which is out of 450...

Last year I gave CAT. I scored 266/450 with 99.05%ile. At 282, 99.6%ile.CAT topper 100%ile at 312.99.96 at late 290s.....

At 244, 96.4%ile. That is what I know. Hope it helps........

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Debarun Sengupta
@targeted
200

Posted 19 Mar '12

> Do dude u have cut offs for other IIMs as well?
Pls post it if u can..
Cut-offs for IIMA.....
P.S.: But the prob is....it is given in the form of CAT Score....which is out of 450...

Do dude u have cut offs for other IIMs as well?

Pls post it if u can..

Cut-offs for IIMA.....

P.S.: But the prob is....it is given in the form of CAT Score....which is out of 450...

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VIVEK SINGH
@vivekmohit
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Posted 19 Mar '12

> targeted Says
>
> hv a look at the cut-offs for IIMC.....
Do dude u have cut offs for other IIMs as well?
Pls post it if u can..

targeted Sayshv a look at the cut-offs for IIMC.....

Do dude u have cut offs for other IIMs as well?

Pls post it if u can..

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