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CAT done and dusted! Cheers!
Now as you have your final scores and expecting calls. Preparation for the next step is very crucial and important for getting admission specially in the top 5 B- schools in the country. In the next round of preparation WAT & PI have around whopping 50% weightage and even more for some colleges. This is a make or break point in the selection process. To have a fair idea look at the below table.
Colleges PI% WAT% Overall-Weightage%
IIM Ahmadabad 50 10 60
IIM Bangalore 30 10 40
IIM Calcutta 48 10 58
IIM Lucknow 40 10 50
To help you with the preparation, we current students of IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Bangalore, IIM Calcutta, IIM Lucknow, and FMS, Delhi have come together to guide you through out your preparation and even after that.
Here, we would prepare you for WAT/PI from form filling to getting you ready for profile related questions. And after your final selection, your mentor would help you with your resume for summer internship! And will keep you ahead of others at the campus and make sure that you wouldn’t miss any opportunity. So, this holistic approach will help you to get most out of MBA.
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Was just wondering about that trigno question in cat 2019 slot 1: No of solutions for 2cos(x(x+1)) = 2^x + 2^-x... I just could not get it done on paper.. So I took the liberty and plotted the graph and the verdict is out.. The answer is 1... Please feel free to counter if I am wrong..
Hello CAT 2019 Aspirants,
Today was the day when all your efforts were put to test. Given the hustle all of you have been going through for the past few months. After some unsuccessful feats and lots of victorious moments in the process of preparing for one of the most competitive exams, it’s time to evaluate the performance.
1. Let’s start with the Slot 1 exam analysis. No surprises in the exam pattern when compared to the previous year. Having said that, VARC was a bit on the tricky side as compared to last year and DILR/Quant fared on the easier side comparatively. A raw score of 157-160 should see you scoring a 99%ile. Go through the link below for the detailed analysis on slot 1 exam. https://insideiim.com/cat-2019-slot-1-exam-analysis
2. Having gone through the above link, we are now in a position to analyse the expected cut-offs for CAT 2019. On the whole, the section wise cut-offs this year are expected to be as follows: VARC: 60-62 (99%ile) DLIR: 48-50 (99%ile) Quant: 57-60 (99%ile)
Refer to the link for an in-depth analysis of the same. You can find some of the exam experience excerpts in it that shall help you evaluate the exam better. https://insideiim.com/cat-2019-exam-analysis-expected-cutoffs?src=ankit
Having been through the process, I understand that curiosity gets the best of us. Since the exam is over now, checking on the expected calls from various management institutes is what we all might be looking at. Below link shall help you with the same.
Do not get disheartened if you get a score less than what you prepared for and were expecting. It is okay and is clearly not the end of the world. The process needs you to keep your heads high and just keep moving forward. Evaluating what all options lie ahead basis the score bracket you fall in is very important and then preparing an implementation strategy for the same, the next logical step. Basis the past year trends, you can refer to the expected calls in the following link.
I hope that this helps you better understand the exam. Having stayed there and got in my 4th attempt, I am certain that CAT is not about succeeding from the word go. It’s an exam that will test your patience, make you disciplined and will ask you to give the best of yourself. For those who did well, it is advisable to start gearing up for the interviews. For those who could not, remember there is always a next time for everything!!!
Keep believing in yourself and best of luck to all the aspirants!!