CAT Percentile Predictor

CAT Percentile Predictor for MBA admission 2019 is live now. Fill your details below and check your expected Score & Percentile. You will also be able to check the IIM and other top MBA college recommended for you after matching your percentile with CAT 2018 percentile predictor.   

 

The analysis of CAT 2018 exam reveals that CAT 2018 Slot 2 exam has remained slightly more difficult than Slot 1 exam. So it is expected that after adjusting for the difficulty level, the candidate in slot 2 CAT exam may get higher percentile at a little lower score as compared to slot 1. Both the Slots in CAT 2018 exam had higher difficulty level than last year CAT exam. Read detailed exam analysis by MBAUniverse.com, CL, TIME, IMS.

 

Not only MBAUniverse.com, but also CL, T.I.M.E., IMS., Bulls Eye among others have predicted a higher CAT percentile at low score. Based on expert inputs, and your assessment of expected Correct/Incorrect answer responses in CAT exam, the CAT percentile predictor shares the expected nearest percentile and your chances to get call from the top MBA colleges

 

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For the benefit of IIM aspirants, MBAUniverse.com has launched ‘CAT 2018 Percentile Predictor’ prepared by experts to help you judge your performance and your chances to get shortlisted by IIMs as per their expected cut offs. In past, more than 50,000 CAT takers have used this CAT percentile predictor to get the accurate assessment of their performance in CAT exam.  

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How does the CAT percentile predictor work?   
IIMs will declare the CAT 2018 result alongwith your CAT 2018 Percentile based on 3 parameters: 

  • Total number of candidates appeared in CAT 2018 exam
  • Your performance relative to your peers
  • Slot wise and section-wise difficulty level in CAT exam

Based on this principle, the CAT Percentile Predictor 2018 prepared by MBAUniverse.com works to help you know about CAT 2018 score and percentile you are likely to get. The more accurate you are in understanding your total number of attempts and correct answers for each of the CAT sections, the nearer you are to predict your CAT 2018 percentile...Read more about the Score Normalization process of IIMs 

 

5 steps to know your cat percentile after exam

 

How to use CAT Percentile Predictor & Get Accurate Percentile
The guidelines to get the best and accurate CAT percentile predictions are shared below:

 

Assess your CAT Performance: To get the accurate CAT Percentile Calculation through CAT 2018 percentile predictor, the best way is to use it immediately after your CAT exam is over before your memory begins to fade

 

Check Your Performance Level: You are required to enter your section wise attempts as well as correct answers for both type of questions – MCQs and Non-MCQs separately in VARC, DILR and Quant sections. This will result in more accurate CAT percentile prediction – overall as well as section wise. Please note the more accurate you are, the nearer is the CAT percentile prediction

 

Review Your CAT 2018 Performance: Section wise percentile prediction in CAT 2018 is more important than only overall percentile to know your chances of shortlisting by IIMs.  It is not suffice to gauge only your overall performance in CAT 2018. The accurate inputs in the percentile predictor format will let you know where you stand and how much are your chances to get shortlisted by top IIMs.

 

Format for CAT 2018 Percentile Predictor
The format to input data in CAT 2018 percentile predictor for your CAT 2018 performance is shared below. Make sure that you enter the correct data. For example, if there are 34 total questions in VARC and out of them 10 are non-MCQs, without any penalty of negative marking for wrong answers, your attempts for MCQs and Non-MCQs should not exceed the number of questions for the respective type of questions:  

Name of Section
Number of   total MCQs Attempted
Number of correct answers for MCQs
Number of  total  Non-MCQs Attempted
Number of Correct answers for Non-MCQs
Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension (VARC)
 
 
 
 
Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DILR)
 
 
 
 
Quantitative Ability (QA)
 
 
 
 

Please note that depending upon the increase/decrease in number of candidates, their relative performance in the exam, the percentile calculation result through the CAT percentile predictor 2018 may change as also happens before final CAT result is declared

 

Apart from a high CAT 2018 Percentile, you need a balanced sectional percentile in CAT 2018 as the basic criterion to remain eligible for shortlisting by IIMs. Although, the qualifying sectional percentile scores have been lowered by top IIMs, for example IIM Ahmedabad needs only 70 sectional and 80 overall percentile; IIM Calcutta requires 80 sectional and 90 overall percentile as the qualifying scores in CAT 2018 for shortlisting, the actual CAT percentile at the top IIMs go much higher.