MICAT Cut off 2020

MICAT 2020 Exam Date: MICAT (I) – 7th December 2019 and MICAT (II) – 25th January 2020

Candidates can download their Admit Card from official website – www.mica.ac.in/

MICAT (I) 2019 Result (Tentative): 23rd December 2019

MICAT (II) 2020 Result (Tentative): 14th February 2020

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MICAT Cutoff

The cut off the entrance examination is the minimum marks which the candidate must score to be eligible to participate in the next round. There are certain parameters which are generally taken into the account while determining the final cut off and they are the total number of candidates who appeared for MICAT, difficulty level of the exam; past year cut off trends and other vital things. In the previous season, many test-takers scoring between 58-66/105 failed for the second round as they had not cleared the Psychometric test, while someone clearing the Psychometric Test and scoring as low as 49/105 received a call for the Personal Interview: –

Though the MICA has not released the cut-off for MICAT 2019 yet, the sectional cut-off for MICAT past year is mentioned in the below table: –

S. No Sections No. of questions No. of questions to attempt
1 Psychometric Test 36 Mandatory to attend all the questions
2 Verbal Ability 25 19-20
3 Quantitive Ability 25 15-16
4 General Awareness 25 10-11
5 Divergent – Convergent Reasoning 30 19-20
6. Descriptive Test 4 6
Total 145 45-47 (Expected overall cut off)

If the candidate scores above 50 then they will not be rejected because of the raw score of the test. However, the candidates will get a call only with a decent story and psychometric clearance. It is highly recommended that the candidate keeps checking the official website of MICA as there have been many changes in the past few years.

The weightage assigned to each round is as follows: –

Parameters Weightages Assigned
MICAT 2017 50 per cent
Group Exercise 18 per cent
Personal Interview 30 per cent
CAT/MAT/GMAT scaled scores 2 per cent

The score of the candidates is calculated to the normalized scores. The score will be converted into a standardized score which is obtained by the candidate in a sub-section of MICAT. The normalization of the scores will be completed using the appropriate statistical methods by considering scores of all qualifying candidates up to the stage applicable to the candidate. And this will be done for each sub-section separately. The normalization of the score will also be done for the total MICAT I and MICAT II score by using the appropriate statistical methods.