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    Details about entrance exams to get into IIM?

    how to reach iim post?their is any exams to reach iim post?

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    Mala Harish is offline Junior Member Mala Harish is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Details about entrance exams to get into IIM?

    Hello dear
    There is only one best way to get into MBA. So there is the detail about CAT exam

    The CAT, like virtually all large-scale exams, utilises multiple forms, or versions, of the test. Hence there are two types of scores involved viz. raw score and scaled score.
    The raw score is calculated for each section based on the number of questions one answered correctly, incorrectly, or omitted. Candidates are given +3 points for each correct answer and -1 point for each incorrect answer. There are no points for questions that are not answered. The raw scores are then adjusted, as necessary, through a process called equating. Equated raw scores are then placed on a common scale or metric to ensure appropriate interpretation of the scores. This process is called scaling.
    Three scaled scores will be presented for each candidate: an overall scaled score and two separate scaled scores for each section. As the two sections evaluate distinct sets of knowledge and skills, scores do not correlate across... sections. A high score in one section does not guarantee a high score in another section. Percentile rankings are provided for each individual section as well as for the overall exam score

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    rhythm is offline Junior Member rhythm is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Details about entrance exams to get into IIM?

    to get admission into the IIMs you shall need to give an extrance exam called CAT. it is an extremely competitive exam and you need to do extremely well in it. this exam tests the following :
    1. verbal ability
    2. numerical ability
    3. logical reasoning
    4. data interpretation

    you need to score atleast 96 percentile in the CAT exam to get a call from one or more IIMs. after receiving a call you will have to appear for another round which consists of group discussions, essay writing and personal interview. each IIM conducts this process independently. only after doing well in this round as well will your name appear in the final merit list.

    all the best

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    mbaguide is offline Junior Member mbaguide is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Details about entrance exams to get into IIM?

    Dear aspirant,

    IIM stands for Indian Institute of Management. These include a total of 13 institutes all over India. To be eligible for the selection process of the post graduate management programmes, you need to have a good CAT score. CAT stands for Common Aptitude Test which is held over the months of October-November every year.

    The CAT cut-off for various IIMs (General Category) is as follows:
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    Minimum CAT Percentile requirements General Category

    QA & DI VA & LR Overall
    IIM B 80 80 90
    IIM C 90 90 95
    IIM C PGDCM 90 90 95
    IIM L 85 85 90
    IIM L ABM 75 75 85
    IIM Kozhikode 55 55 85
    IIM I 85 85 90
    IIM Shillong 65 65 -
    IIM Ranchi
    70 70 90
    IIM Rohtak 80 80 85
    IIM Raipur 70 70 80
    IIM Trichy 70 70 80
    IIM Udaipur 70 70 80
    IIM Kashipur 70 70 75

    However, this is just the minimum requirement for you to be eligible in the 1st round of the selection process. The final calls are made after a number of subsequent rounds.

    All the best!


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