One of the most challenging entrance tests, CAT, is conducted in the month of November every year. It is conducted by one of the prestigious IIMs for people aspiring to get admission in MBA/PGDM programs. The test comprises both the MCQs and non-MCQs put to check the candidate's aptitude for management education.
This year, CAT was held on 24th November, 2019. There are more than 100 high-ranking management institutes that accept CAT scores. With almost 2 lakh candidates competing for limited admission seats, CAT is doubtlessly a tough nut to crack. Not surprisingly, the aspirants are immensely curious to learn about the performance soon after the exam. At the same time, previous year papers are greatly helpful for the new aspirants to learn about difficulty level and pattern of the exam.
In this article, you will get access to CAT 2019 question paper and more..
CAT consists of three main sections that are devised to check your proficiency in quantitative, reasoning and verbal ability. With a total of 100 questions to solve, the exam calls for both time management and accuracy in different question types. As compared to the previous year, the verbal section of CAT 2019 was a little difficult whereas DI and Quant section were on the easier side. Besides the overall cut off, the candidates are required to clear the sectional cut offs of CAT. Students need to keep in mind that different colleges have different sectional cut-off criteria.
With no standard prescribed syllabus, it becomes incumbent for CAT aspirants to go through the actual question papers. This gives them a precise glimpse of the exam pattern and proportion of various kinds of questions. The actual question papers serve as a great source of practice if you want to enhance accuracy and score in CAT. The official question paper is released in December.
Here is the access to the CAT 2019 question paper. Login and download the question paper and start practicing.
Along with the CAT 2019 question paper and answer key, you can also study the detailed analysis of the exam. Also, you can get your approximate percentile with the help of our predictor. Once you know about your score, start preparing for the next rounds of selection process (GD/WAT/PI) etc.