Does anyone else have any issues with the CL perc predictor? My conservative and optimistic predictions are both 100. LOL! and that is when there is a difference of 30 marks between the 2. Feels nice to know that i am so far ahead :P!! And for all those thinking that my estimate is 250 marks or something, NO! my optimistic one is 206.
Anyone else facing something similar?
isnt percentile calculated in this way (ur marks/highest)*100?...when some attempted as high as a number as 95...atleast 240 will be the highest...then to get 95% too...u have to get 75 que correct....
isnt the abv logic correct ?
Its a off-topic thought....however wanted to get views from maximum number of CAT takers.
Was it of any importance to attempt DI and LR questions in the QA and VA sections respectively? How would it affect the chances if someone completely ignored these sub-sections and attempted others questions as if DI & LR didn't exist.
(Attempted decent number of questions in each section, but didn't touch DI & LR questions at all.)
Do share your views on this. Thanks!
Since many of the guys who took the exam on Nov 16 have calculated their raw QA scores, can anyone start a similar thread for QA scores?
After nearly 2500 answers, v have a sample space gud enuf to make predictions.
So, here it is- (80+ attempts analysis)
16 Slot 1- 6.96%
16 Slot 2- 8.11%
22 Slot 1- 8.71%
22 Slot 2- 5%
16 S1- 18.27%
16 S2- 21.7%
22 S1- 22.5%
22 S2- 15.6%
Hence, difficulty wise- Slot 4> 1 > 2 > 3
So benefits of normalisation will be the most in Slot 4 n least in Slot 3.. 😃
P.S- Just my analysis though..
November 22 - Afternoon Slot
November 22 - Morning Slot
November 16 - Afternoon slot
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