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27th November 2010, 10:12 PM
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Am I eligible to give CAT with 50% in MSc?


Hello sir,
I want to know that I'm an Economics student , got 48% in BSc and above 50% in MSc can I give CAT examination?
Though i have got less than 50% in BSc?
Another question is i have heard about the students who have statistics in their combination in economics they considered less 5% cut of marks. Is their anysystem like this?




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27th November 2010, 11:54 PM
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Hi,
The basic eligibelity criteria for writing CAT examination is securing 35% pass in graduation,so you are eligible to give Cat exam.
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28th November 2010, 07:17 AM
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You need to have a minimum of 50% in your Bachelor's from a recognized university.
Since you have scored less than 50% your not eligible for CAT.

If your from SC/ST category you just need 45% in your Bachelor's degree due to the relaxation provided.

all the best,keep working hard.
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28th November 2010, 07:33 AM
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Common Admission Test (commonly known as CAT) is stepping stone for MBA seekers to get admitted in the reputed management schools of India.

The minimum requirement for a candidate is to pass with at least 50% marks at the graduation level.

Since you are currently in MSc and applying from Msc and in that you have 50% so you are eligible no need to worry.

and their is nothing like statistics in their combination in economics they considered less 5% cut of marks!!!!
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28th November 2010, 10:18 AM
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yea you may appear in CAT examination although you have less marks in your graduation.

any graduate student may appear in CAT examination. but you may face problem at the time of admission. some institution give criterion that you mast have minimum of 50% marks in graduation to take admission in that particular institution.

i do not think that there is any system like that the students who have statistics in their combination in economics they considered less 5% cut of marks.

best wishes.
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28th November 2010, 12:57 PM
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Eligibility for CAT:

For general candidates: A candidate should have got atleast 50% or equivalent CGPA in Graduation.

For SC/ST candidates: A candidate should have got atleast 45% or equivalent CGPA in Graduation.

Final year candidates who will complete their gradudation in 2011 can also apply.

I am not sure about the system.You need to confirm from confirm it from IIMs.

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28th November 2010, 01:54 PM
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Hello,
The eligibility for CAT is- The candidate must have a Bachelorís Degree, with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA.
For SC/ST/DA candidates it is 45%.
Candidates in final year can also apply.

But regarding your percentage,if you belong to SC/ST category,then only you would be eligible.

And on the second part of your question,as far as iam concerned there is no such relaxation for those having combinations of statistics in economics.
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28th November 2010, 07:07 PM
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hi!

In CAT exam the minimum eligibility requirement is a bachelor's degree & there is no incentive for a post graduate candidate. So it does not matter what percentage of marks you secured in Msc.

I am sorry to say but you can not appear in CAT exam since you do not fulfill the eligibility criteria.

CAT eligibility, 2011 :
The candidate must hold a Bachelorís Degree, with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA [45% in case of the candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Differently Abled (DA)categories], awarded by any of the recognised Universities
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hi,
i just wanted to know from where to get materials regarding mathematics in genetic engineering.
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Hi,

I have completed my Bachelor Degree(part time) from BitsPillani; got 5.3 CGPA (second class).
Am i Eligible for CAT enterance exam?
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16th December 2010, 08:36 PM
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yes you are eligible for CAT.
there is a criteria minimum 50 % and 45 % for sc/st.
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1st January 2011, 10:44 AM
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Yes you are eligible for the CAT exam as you have more than 40% in graduation.
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am i eligible to give CAT with part time bachelor's degree?
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14th January 2011, 07:08 PM
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you are eligible for given CAT with 50% marks in MSc. Because For CAT exam a master degree is required.
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I have heard that cat is going to ghange its eligibility criteria from 50% to 60% for 2011-12 onwards.Is it true?
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Hello sir,
I want to know that I'm an Economics student , got 48% in BSc and above 50% in MSc can I give CAT examination?
Though i have got less than 50% in BSc?
Another question is i have heard about the students who have statistics in their combination in economics they considered less 5% cut of marks. Is their anysystem like this?
hi. you can appliy for cat..
you only need to have bachlers degree....
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16th February 2011, 09:33 PM
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Yes you are eligible for appear in CAT Entrance examinations.

The minimum requirement to appear in CAT exams, is Bachelor Degree.

So, you have passed in your Master degree, then you are eligible to appear in CAT exams. And you have scored 50% marks in CAT exams, So you can appear in CAT entrance examinations.

So, if you want to get more detail regarding CAT exams, then please visit the official websites -


http://www.catiim.in
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16th February 2011, 09:48 PM
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Default Re: Am I eligible to give CAT with 50% in MSc?

As per cat application , any graduate with 50 % marks is eligible for giving cat.

So you can very well fall under that bracket.

But Mind you should do the thorough research as this is the minimum requirements
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16th February 2011, 10:23 PM
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yes you are eligible for CAT...it just requires 50% and above for its eligibility...
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Hi

As per the eligibility criteria for the CAT examination the candidate who have passed the Bachelorís Degree, with at least 50% marks are eligible to apply for the CAT examination. Since you have scored 48% in your Bachelorís Degree so you are not eligible to apply for the CAT examination.

But if you have any reservation quota then you are eligible to apply for the CAT examination. For the SC/ST and Physically Handicapped candidates the percentage required is 45%. So if you have any quota then you are eligible to apply for the CAT examination.

But if you are from General category candidates then you are not eligible to apply for the CAT examination.

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16th February 2011, 11:05 PM
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Hi,
The basic eligibelity criteria for writing CAT examination is securing 35% pass in graduation,so you are eligible to give Cat exam.
The minimum requirement for a candidate is to pass with at least 50% marks at the graduation level.

Since you are currently in MSc and applying from Msc and in that you have 50% so you are eligible no need to worry.

and their is nothing like statistics in their combination in economics they considered less 5% cut of marks
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17th February 2011, 12:00 AM
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Hey ,
CAT does not have any stringent rules on your graduation marks all you need to have a pass mark and the ability to crack the numbers and words which they give on the day of exam.

But be sure that unless you have a high percentile in CAT is is difficult for you to enter a reputed college.

So be happy that you are now eligible and kindly start your homework now.


TIME books are really comprehensive and please refer to their content to score high marks.

Other institutions also offer quite good books, but the former is better in terms of understanding.

All the best.
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17th February 2011, 05:28 AM
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[QUOTE=rahul k;387947]Yes you are eligible for appear in CAT Entrance examinations.

The minimum requirement to appear in CAT exams, is Bachelor Degree with not less than 50% mks.

So, you have passed in your Master degree, then also you are eligible to appear in CAT exams. And you have scored 50% marks in CAT exams, So you can appear in CAT entrance examinations.

So, if you want to get more detail regarding CAT exams, then please visit the official websites of cat -


[URL="http://www.catiim.in"]
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17th February 2011, 07:16 AM
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hii

eligible to give CAT with 50% in MSc

You The minimum requirement to appear in CAT exams, is Bachelor Degree. need to have a minimum of 50% in your Bachelor's from a recognized university.
Since you have scored less than 50% your not eligible for CAT.
If your from SC/ST category you just need 45% in your Bachelor's degree due to the relaxation provided.
Yes you are eligible for appear in CAT Entrance examinations.
So, if you want to get more detail regarding CAT exams, then visit the official websites -
http://www.catiim.in

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17th February 2011, 09:21 AM
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Hello sir,
I want to know that I'm an Economics student , got 48% in BSc and above 50% in MSc can I give CAT examination?
Though i have got less than 50% in BSc?
Another question is i have heard about the students who have statistics in their combination in economics they considered less 5% cut of marks. Is their anysystem like this?
Dear,
there is minimum eligibility for cat should be 55% marks with graduate degree
so watch your eligibility and crack the CAT exam , best of luck...
that's all.
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17th February 2011, 09:43 AM
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hello.........
no sorry sir /mam u r not able to give cat exam ....u can try for RMAT an any other mode ........thanks ..
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17th February 2011, 11:02 AM
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yes , u r egilible for the exam.........
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17th February 2011, 05:21 PM
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Dear friend,

to appear in the cat exam minimum 50% AGGREGATE in graduation required.FOR ST/SC category it is 45% in graduation. so it will be better you can apply for any other management exam like XAT, SNAP.... CAT is not a last option to study MBA.



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21st February 2011, 11:40 AM
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HI dear friend,
Yes you are eligible for CAT.

The eligibility for CAT is:-

General candidates:- A condidate should have got at least 50% or equivalent CGPA in graduation.

SC/ST condidates:- Acondidate should have got at least 45% OR EQUIVALENT cpga in graduation.

So,if you want to get more detail regarding CAT exam,then please visit the official websites:-
http://www.catiim.in

GOOD LUCK,..................
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15th April 2011, 06:42 PM
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You need to be atleast 50% in graduation.
5 Percentage is relaxable for sc/st candidates.
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Dear Sir,
Am i eligible for CAT with 82% in MSC life sciences?
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Dear Sir,
Am i eligible to give CAT with 82% in MSc life sciences?
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BE second class with 65% sc candidate..iam eligiable for CAT exam?
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24th July 2011, 08:44 PM
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hey friend....


the CAT exam gives the following eligibility criteria ...
1. The candidate must hold a Bachelorís Degree, with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA

2. 45% in case of the candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Differently Abled (DA)categories], awarded by any of the Universities incorporated by an act of the central or state legislature in India

so you are eligible according to that so best luck.
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Am i eligible for CAT with 43% IN b.SC ECONOMICS and 63% in M.sc economics????
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Eligiblity For CAT Examination -

>> Graduation is the minimum eligibility Criteria To apply for CAT Examination.
>> Final Year graduate candidates are also apply for this examination.
>> You have to scored minimum 50% Marks in Graduation.

So, If you have Completed your Graduation degree in Science Stream, then you are eligible to apply for CAT Examination.

The Notification of CAT Examination for this year will be announced soon in this Month OR in Next Month in the CAT official Website. So Please visit the CAT website for Complete Information.

And If you are Interested to crack this examination with good percentile, then please prepare for this examination according to the given pattern.
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2nd August 2011, 10:39 AM
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Hello sir,
I want to know that I'm an Economics student , got 48% in BSc and above 50% in MSc can I give CAT examination?
Though i have got less than 50% in BSc?
Another question is i have heard about the students who have statistics in their combination in economics they considered less 5% cut of marks. Is their anysystem like this?
you need to have minimum 50% marks in your bachelor degree to appear in CAT
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Dear Sir,
Am I eligible for CAT with 40% B.sc (Math) and 65% M.sc(Math)????
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Dear Sir,
Am I eligible for CAT with 40% B.sc (Math) and 65% M.sc(Math)????
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i have done graduation from open university (UGC approved) with 42% and mba in 85 % from distance education ...but am drop out of 12th ...so actualy am 10th graduation mba ...am i eligible to take up the cat exam...
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dear friends, the candidate who have passed the Bachelorís Degree, with at least 50% marks are eligible to apply for the CAT examination. Since you have scored 48% in your Bachelorís Degree so you are not eligible to apply for the CAT examination.

But if you have any reservation quota then you are eligible to apply for the CAT examination. For the SC/ST and Physically Handicapped candidates the percentage required is 45%. So if you have any quota then you are eligible to apply for the CAT examination.

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I am eligible to give CAT entrance examination with 37% in B.COM form DU (SOL) with please confirm free i CAT
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26th July 2012, 09:22 PM
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hye,

CAT CONDUCTED ENTRANCE EXAM FOR MBA

gen candidate those secured 50% in grduation are eligible for cat
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27th July 2012, 12:00 PM
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Hello sir,
I want to know that I'm an Economics student , got 48% in BSc and above 50% in MSc can I give CAT examination?
Though i have got less than 50% in BSc?
Another question is i have heard about the students who have statistics in their combination in economics they considered less 5% cut of marks. Is their anysystem like this?
CAT stands for Common Admission Test.

This exam is conducted by the Indian Institute of Managmement (IIM's).

To sit for this exam you have to secure minimum 50% of marks at graduation level. Since you have not been able to do that so it does not really matters whether you have got that marks at post graduation level or not.

You do not need to lose heart over it because there are a list of other entrance exams you can give to pursue MBA.

For example you can give MAT which is conducted by the Centre of Management Services.

For this exam you just need to be a graduate in any discipline from a recognized university. Even final year students can also appear for this exam.

There is no pressure of maintaing a fixed percentage of marks at graduation level for this exam. Even by giving this exam you will get the chance of pursuing this course from top AICTE approved B-Schools.

While filling up the form you will get the privilege to select top 5 colleges of your choice from where you want to do this course. Which college at the end of the day you will get depends on the marks you secure in the written exam.

Exam Pattern:

Language Comprehension
Mathematical Skills
Data Analysis and Sufficiency
Intelligence and Critical Reasoning
Indian and Global Environment

Generally objective type questions comes of 200 marks and the duration of the paper is 2 hours and 30 minutes.

Top Colleges which accepts MAT scores are as follows:

Institute of Business Management & Technology
Disha Institute Of Advanced Studies
Delhi School of Professional Studies And Research
International Institute of Business Studies
Jaipuria Institute of Management
Balaji Institute of Mordern Management
Institute of Business Management & Research
PSG Institute of Management
Delhi Business School
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i have got 49.62% in graduation am i eligible for CAT? Will my score be rounded off to 50%??
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31st July 2012, 09:36 PM
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I am extremely sorry to inform you that your marks won't be rounded off to 50%
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Hello sir,
I want to know that I'm an Economics student , got 48% in BSc and above 50% in MSc can I give CAT examination?
Though i have got less than 50% in BSc?
Another question is i have heard about the students who have statistics in their combination in economics they considered less 5% cut of marks. Is their anysystem like this?
please give some advice.
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31st January 2013, 10:39 PM
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HELLO,

CAT STAND FOR COMMON ADMISSION TEST CONDUCTED BY IIMS INSTITUTES EVERY YEAR FOR GIVING ADMISSION TO THE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMMES.

COMING TO YOUR QUESTION , YES , FRIEND YOU ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CAT EXAM , AS THE QUALIFICATION THAT IS NEEDED IS GRADUATION DEGREE WITH HAVING 50% IN ANY DISCIPLINE FROM RECOGNIZED COLLEGE .

THERE IS NO SUCH AGE LIMIT , AND THEREFORE THIS EXAM CAN BE GIVEN BY ANY ONE AND ANY TIME THEY WANT . BUT THEY HAVE TO GRADUATE PASS OUT CANDIDATES .

CAT EXAM CONSIST OF FOLLOWING TOPIC :


Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation
Verbal Ability & Logical Reasoning


No of question : 60 .
Test Duration : 2hr.35mints.

Exam Format

CAT is a computer based test, conducted in multiple cities during a window of 3-4 weeks. A candidate can select his/her test date and slot as per choice and availability.

OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF CAT EXAM REGISTRATION : www.catiim.in/

Top Colleges Under CAT

S.P. Jain Institute of Management Research
NITIE

Faculty of Management Studies

MDI Gurgaon

SJMSOM (IIT-Bombay)

DMS (IIT-Delhi)

IMI Delhi

IMT Ghaziabad

K. J. Somaiya Institute Of Management Studies And Research

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31st January 2013, 11:59 PM
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yes you are eligible in giving CAT even with your graduation degree. The masters degree of yours is not required.
You should be a graduate in any stream and you should be having a minimum of 50% marks in your graduation.
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1st February 2013, 12:49 PM
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Hello sir,
I want to know that I'm an Economics student , got 48% in BSc and above 50% in MSc can I give CAT examination?
Though i have got less than 50% in BSc?
Another question is i have heard about the students who have statistics in their combination in economics they considered less 5% cut of marks. Is their anysystem like this?
HI!
I am sorry to say that you are not eligible for C.A.T exam after passing graduation with 48% marks.

ELIGIBILITY FOR C.A.T:-
> Pass graduation with minimum 50% marks from any stream.
For ST/SC candidate minimum 45% marks is require.
> there is no age limit in C.A.T exam.

TOP COLLEGE IN C.A.T EXAM:-

Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad

Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta (IIM C)

Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (IIM B)

Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow (IIM L)

Indian Institute of Management, Indore (IIM I)

Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode (IIM K - Calicut)
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