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CAT 2020: Important Dates [Official], Application, Eligibility, Syllabus, Exam Pattern & Result

The Common Admission Test or CAT 2020 notification is expected to be announced in July and the exam will be conducted on the last sunday of November or first Sunday of December. CAT is conducted by one of the IIM on a rotational basis in various cities all across India. This exam is a gateway to India’s top MBA institutes, the IIMs and over 1200 other business schools. Every year about 2.4 lakh candidates register for the CAT exam. CAT 2019 was conducted by IIM Kozhikode on 24 November, 2019 and the CAT result was announced on 4, January 2020. The name of the CAT convening institute for the 2020 exam will be announced in the month of May. CAT 2020 registration will begin in August and close by the end of september.

CAT 2020 Exam Dates

CAT 2020 Syllabus

The CAT syllabus includes three sections- Verbal ability & Reading comprehension, Logical Reasoning & Data Interpretation and Quantitative Aptitude. The question from each section will be in MCQ format to be answered in chronological order. There is a sectional time line in CAT exam thus the Candidate must pay equal attention to each section of the syllabus.

The CAT 2020 syllabus is listed below:

Verbal Reading & Reading Comprehension:

Reading Comprehension – questions based on passages

Sentence Correction

Grammar

Analogies

Synonyms and Antonyms

Summary Questions

Fill in the Blanks

Meaning Usage Match

Jumbled Paragraphs

Facts-Inferences-Judgments

Cloze Passage

Sentence Correction

Logical Reasoning & Data Interpretation:

Venn Diagrams

Seating Arrangement

Logical Matching

Binary Logic

Logical Connectives

Blood Relations

Syllogism

Logical Sequence

Clocks & Calendars

Cubes

Column Graphs

Bar Graphs

Puzzles & Other Basic Reasoning Questions

Caselets

Tables

Sets Line

Charts

Pie Chart

Series

Family Tree

Binary Logic

Data Structure

Coding-Decoding

Data Arrangement

Quantitative Ability:

Trigonometry

Averages

Probability

Mensuration

Ratio and Proportion

Coordinate Geometry & Geometry

Surds and Indices

Permutation and Combination

Mixtures and Alligations

Time and Work

Complex Numbers

LCM and HCF

Number Systems

Inequalities

Profit, Loss and Discount

Percentages

Speed, Time and Distance

Simple and Compound Interest

Quadratic & Linear Equations

Sequences and Series

Set Theory & Function

Logarithm

CAT 2020 Eligibility Criteria

Candidates having a graduation degree of 50 percent marks or equivalent CGPA (45% for reserved category) can apply for CAT 2020.

Candidates who have completed professional degree (CA/CS/ICWA) with 50% marks or equivalent (45% for reserved category).

Candidates in their final year of graduation degree are also eligible to apply for the CAT Exam.

CAT 2020 Mock Test

CAT 2020 mock tests are essential for every aspirant. They complete your preparation and ensure that you clear the examination with a good score. Candidates can also download the mock test which is now available and practise at home online.These mock tests CAT 2020 have been designed to be solved in under 180 minutes, thus Using the released mock test, the candidates will be able to prepare well for the upcoming examination. Since the mock test will have the same structure as the JEE Main 2020 examination, the candidates will be familiar with the pattern and analyze their preparation. Time management can also be practiced using the mock test.

CAT Exam Pattern 2020

CAT 2020 Exam pattern is prescribed by the IIMs. It is likely to remain the same as that of cat 2019, barring a few changes in topic wise distribution of questions. Given below are the key points of CAT exam Pattern to help candidates in making a CAT preparation Plan.

CAT exam pattern; Highlights

CAT Questions Paper

Past year questions papers for CAT 2020 are made available by Edurev to make students thorough with the exam pattern. So, they must seriously solve CAT 2020 questions papers and leave no stone unturned for their exam preparation. They can also find a solution document for each paper. It will help them to understand the difficulty level of the paper and what type of questions can be expected in the exam. It also helps in reducing their exam anxiety and gives them the confidence to write the exam. These CAT 2020 question papers will help students evaluate their preparation level and accordingly they can work to improve their performance.

CAT 2020 Registration Cum Application Process

CAT 2020 Registration will begin in the first week of August and conclude by the third week of september. The candidates will be required to fill an online application form and pay the required fee to register for the exam. The CAT 2020 Application form will be available on IIMCAT (CAT 2020) website. Given below is the step by step process of CAT 2020 Registration:

Open CAT 2020 website in a new window.

Click on ‘New registrations’.

Enter personal details like name, date of birth, phone number and email ID.

An OTP will be sent to the Candidates Email ID.

Use that OTP to authenticate phone number and email ID and follow further instructions.

Upload scanned Signature and image in prescribed dimension and make fee payment to complete CAT registration process.

CAT 2020 Admit card

CAT 2020 Admit card will be issued only to the registered candidates. The admit card will be issued online to be downloaded from the official website. Candidates can download their card 2020 from the scheduled date to the exam.

How to download the CAT 2020 Admit Card.

Open CAT 2020 website in a new window

Click on login

Go to admit card tab

Click on download button to save a copy of CAT admit card

The CAT admit card is a mandatory document to be carried to the exam hall. The candidates should make sure that they carry two copies of CAT 2020Admit card and a photo ID card issued by the government of India to the exam Hall.

CAT 2020 Result

CAT result 2020 will be announced in the first week of January 2021. The Result cum scorecard will be available for download on the official website of the IIMCAT. The CAT 2020 result cum scorecard will contain each candidate’s scaled scores (sectional and overall) and percentile (sectional and overall). The CAT 2020 result will be valid for admission to MBA batch of 2021-2023.

How to download CAT 2020 result

Open the CAT 2020 website on a new window

Click on login

Go to scorecard tab

Click on the download button and save a copy of the CAT result cum scorecard.

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- The difference between simple interest and compound on Rs. 900 for one year at 10% per annum reckoned half-yearly is:
- a)Rs. 3
- b)Rs. 2.25
- c)Rs. 4.5
- d)Rs. 4

Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer? - In a certain code language if the word SPLENDOR is coded as UFNJPHQJ, then how is the word DISASTER coded in that language?
- A man sells a table set for ₹66000 and makes a profit of 10%. He sells another table at a loss of 20%. If on the whole, he neither gain nor loses, find the selling price of the second table. a 45000 b 42000 c 30000 d 24000?
- There is a right circular cone with base radius 3 units and height 4 units. The surface of this right circular cone is painted. It is then cut into two parts by a plane parallel to the base so that the volume of the top part (the small cone) divided by the volume of the frustum equals the painted area of the top part divided by the painted area of the bottom part. The height of the small cone is A: 7/3 B: 5/4 C: 5/2 D: None of these Please answer it with an explanation!?
- Will your folks _____ before Tuesday?
- a)leaving
- b)is leaving
- c)leaves
- d)leave

Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer? - In a bag there are 3 blue coloured balls, 6 green coloured balls, 2 white coloured balls and 5 yellow coloured balls. If 2 balls are selected at random from the bag, then what is the probability that none of them is blue? (Enter the correct option number)
- a)13/120
- b)13/240
- c)78/120
- d)156/120
- e)None of these

Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer? - DIRECTIONS for questions: Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.Ram Kumar wanted to come down from the first floor to the ground floor of a shopping mall, whereas Kishore wanted to climb up from the ground floor to the first floor. Both used the same escalator (a moving staircase) which was ascending from the ground floor to the first floor and both walked towards their respective destinations at their normal speeds. Both of them started simultaneously from the top and the bottom of the escalator respectively and crossed each other after exactly 21 seconds. If instead, Kishore had walked at 1/3rd of his normal speed while Ram Kumar maintained his normal speed, they would have crossed each other after exactly 28 seconds from the start. Further, if both Ram Kumar and Kishore had climbed up from the ground floor to the first floor using the same ascending escalator, walking at their normal speeds, the number of steps taken by Kishore to reach the first floor would be 20% less than the number of steps taken by Ram Kumar for the same.
**Q.**Ram Kumar walked down from the first floor to the ground floor using the same escalator. However, after some time the escalator stopped moving due to a power failure. Find the total time taken by Ram Kumar to reach the ground floor, given that the time for which he walked on the moving escalator was the same as that for which he walked on the stationary escalator.- a)25 x 11 / 13 seconds
- b)37 x 1 / 3seconds
- c)48 seconds
- d)56 seconds

Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer? - Find the correctly spelt words.
- a)Swelte
- b)Filpant
- c)Licentious
- d)Puessile

Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer? - DIRECTIONS for questions: Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.In a school, the students of two classes, Class VI and Class VII, wrote exams in two different subjects - Civics and Economics. Each class comprised exactly 50 students and all the students wrote each of the two exams. The table below provides, for each subject, the average marks of the students, the maximum marks scored by any student and the minimummarks scored by any student in each class.
**Q. For which class is it possible that the second highest mark scored by any student in one of the two subjects is lower than the second lowest mark scored by any student in the other subject?**- a)Class VI
- b)Class VII
- c)Neither Class VI nor Class VII
- d)Both Class VI and Class VII

Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer? - Select the right choice with reference to the following graphs.
- a)F(x) = -f(x)
- b)F(x) = f(-x)
- c)F(x) = -f(-x)
- d)None of these

Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer? - 30% of
**a****% of****b****is 25% of****b****% of****c****. Which of the following is c?**- a)1.20a
- b)0.5
*a* - c)0.667
*a* - d)1.5
*a*

Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer? - a, b, and c are 3 single-digit numbers such that 0.abcabcabc..... = 51/111.

Find the value of a + b + c.- a)10
- b)18
- c)27
- d)9

Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer? - Anita had to do a multiplication. Instead of taking 35 as one of the multipliers, she took 53. As a result, the product went up by 540. What is the new product?
- a)1050
- b)540
- c)1440
- d)1590

Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer? - ?
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