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