IIM Bangalore Announced the CAT 2016 Results @iimcat.ac.in; Check out Your Scorecard Here!

Posted on by Amandeep Singh

CAT Results 2016: IIM Bangalore on January 9, 2017, has released the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2016 results on its official website iimcat.ac.in. The candidates can check the CAT 2016 results by visiting the official website. A lot of students are finding it difficult to log in and check their scores. So out advice for them is that Guys,  just wait for some time and then try it.

IIM Bangalore Announced the CAT 2016 Results @iimcat.ac.in; Check out Your Scorecard Here!

How to check CAT 2016 results?

  • On the official website mentioned above
  • On the homepage, click on the CAT 2016 results
  • Enter the details like registration number etc.
  • Check and download the result
  • Take a print out for future reference

What is the Selection process?

Each IIM shortlists candidates for the second stage of selection which may be independent of each other. However, the process may include Written Ability Test (WAT), Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interviews (PI). The performance in CAT 2016 examination is an important component in the admission process.

IIM Bangalore Announced the CAT 2016 Results @iimcat.ac.in; Check out Your Scorecard Here!

What is Normalisation of scores?

Normalisation was introduced in CAT when the exam started happening in multiple batches. As the exam was conducted in two slots this time, to ensure that aspirants who took the exam in two different batches are compared fairly while calculating percentiles, their scores are normalised to calculate what CAT score card referred to as ‘scaled score’.

The exact process of normalisation is clear to only concerned authorities but it should naturally factor in things like difficulty of questions, sequence (order) of questions, and might include locational fine tuning.

IIM Bangalore Announced the CAT 2016 Results @iimcat.ac.in; Check out Your Scorecard Here!

To elaborate — let’s say two students took the exam in two different slots but both of them scored 30 marks in a section. Based on the difference of difficulty of the section across two exams, their scores might be scaled to different numbers. The scaled scores, which are fairer for comparison, are then used to calculate percentiles.”

This year, the registrations for the Common Admission Test (CAT) to Indian Institutes of Management and other leading B-schools have shot up to a seven-year high, with 2,32,434 applications received for CAT 2016 as against 2,18,664 registrations for the test last year. However, almost half of the around 14,000 additional applications this year had come from women candidates.

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