Percentile predictor for CAT will give you an idea about the expected result. It will further help you in predicting the calls that you will be getting from the IIMs and other b-schools. Moreover, you can devote some time for the second stage of the selection process, i.e. group discussion, WAT and personal interview, which primarily assess you on various parameters.
In CAT 2018, as you are aware that the CAT paper had three sections: namely, ‘Quantitative Aptitude (QA)’, ‘Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DILR)’ and ‘Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (VARC)’, with 34, 32 and 34 questions, respectively. There was a time limit of 60 minutes, and the order of the sections was fixed. Now the next logical step for the CAT aspirant is to speculate the percentile which one might get.
So to ease your anxiety, we recommend that you use our CAT 2018 Percentile Predictor to assess where you stand as per your number of attempts and expected accuracy. CAT 2018 Analysis has also been posted so that the student can evaluate his performance in the CAT exam. Our expert faculty has evaluated the paper thoroughly and put up an in-depth analysis for the exam including probable score and expected cut-offs.