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27th November 2014, 07:22 PM
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Can I get admission in IIM through CAT if secured 66% in BBA, 72% in 12th and 61% in 10th?


hi sir i want to know
its good for me to give cat exam when we have only 61% in 10th 72 in 12th and 66% in bba some people says if u will crack cat but u r not get admision in iim
due to our scores





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28th November 2014, 08:17 PM
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Default Re: Can I get admission in IIM through CAT if secured 66% in BBA, 72% in 12th and 61% in 10th?

You score in CAT and performance in Group Discussion and Personal Interview will decide whether you will get admission in IIM or not. Hence, you shouldn't worry about your percentages in school and college. All you need is an excellent score in CAT for getting admission in a top Institute like IIM.

Hence, you must be very well prepared for this test. The questions asked in CAT are mainly based on topics like Reasoning, Quantitative and Verbal Ability. Exam is conducted in online mode and you will face objective type questions.

Therefore, you shouldn't worry about your Graduation marks and should concentrate on preparing for CAT. Only 50% marks in Graduation degree is needed for appearing in CAT and you have got enough marks.
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Default Re: Can I get admission in IIM through CAT if secured 66% in BBA, 72% in 12th and 61% in 10th?

Hi sir i am student of class 11th i want iim college maths is necessary or not in any class
Do you have any question? or have anything to say?



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