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    Eligibility for CAT in B.Tech II year?

    sir can i give cat i m in 2rd year b-tech.
    i just want to experience it so that i can have a better understanding in cat
    please suggest sir....

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    JSD is offline Senior Member JSD is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Eligibility for CAT in B.Tech II year?

    Nice to see your interest towards the management sector.MBA is a master degree program which is done after successfully completion of bachelor course.CAT is only a kind of entrance examination Via this you can get the admission in the top and reputed management institutes.

    To be eligible for this examination one has to complete his graduation course in any stream.Or final year student can also appear in this examination.Dear aspirant as you are saying that you are the student of second year.So you can not appear in this examination now.However you can appear in this examination when you will be in the final year i.e. on the Fourth year.

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    Re: Eligibility for CAT in B.Tech II year?

    yes, you may go for CAT if your final year marks will be more than 50% ... and its glad to know that you opt for MBA after MBA... this will really give you a hike in your career ... but as you mentioned that you are in 2nd year of B.Tech,, here i must say that you are not eligible for appearing in CAT. you appear in CAT only when you are in final year or completed your B.Tech degree...
    hope i helped you in a right manner...


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    Re: Eligibility for CAT in B.Tech II year?

    Dear friend,

    its good to know that you want to experience CAT exam , as you must be aware of it that CAT is know as (COMMON ADMISSION TEST) is popular exam which is conducted by IIM for selecting candidates in GOOD B-SCHOOL or IIM(INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT ) . So according to your question you have to be graduated since you have said that you are b.tech 2nd year student , so after completing your b.tech then only you can proceed further steps .

    All the best.....

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    Re: Eligibility for CAT in B.Tech II year?

    Hey buddy,

    you are so enthusiast about your mba course, that sounding very good,

    but you know to be eligible for your mba entrances like cat/mat/xat/snap..... You have to first complete your graduation in any of your interesting feild with at least 50%marks in your graduation,
    than only you are eligible for the same

    so honestly you can;t appear now but you can prepare from now,

    start updating yourself with current afairs, read business magazines, start reading newspapers like the hindu, the times of india
    try solving some logical quiz puzzles, it will enhance your ability to see questions and solve easily
    be good in your basic mathematics, memorise cube/square roots and practice your +2 level mathematics

    best of luck

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    Re: Eligibility for CAT in B.Tech II year?

    Sorry dear , you cannot appear for the CAT exam being a second year student.

    see, candidates who satisfies the following criterion are only allowed to appear for the exam-

    1>firstly you need to complete graduation in any stream.
    you can even appear for the exam even while in final years of Graduation.

    2>Moreover you also need to have a minimum of 50% marks in graduation.

    So you first need to complete your second and third year and then apply for the CAT exam in the final year of graduation.

    It will be good that you start prepare for the exam now.
    the pattern of the CAT exam is-

    For more details of the exam you can visit - www.catiim.in

    good luck

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