CAT 2015 results: 9 candidates got 100 percentile
The results of the single Ability Test (cat) conducted by the Indian institutes of management, it was announced today. In 2015, the 1.85 lakh students took the exam. The desired 100 percentile guided nine students, while 1800 students crossed the 99 percentile threshold.
It will be impossible to make a qualitative analysis of the results right now, given the evaluation based on the formatting. No glitches were not, "said Janakiraman Moorthy, CAT Organizer.
Ask those who have received the results today, and the feeling of uncertainty seems to prevail in view of the fact that this year most of the IIMS introduced racers weightage of art and sex.
Abhinav Prakash, ZS officer officer who scored 99.98 percentile, said that the system of weightage unpredictably. "There are varying weightage points across cat IIM, from 50 to 70 per cent. Weightage to Board level and work experience can sometimes be the exception, "said Prakash.
He added that the system does not take into account the improvement in student exhibits during college life. "So if one scores and PPC, it deserves a chance to interview," said Prakash.
Shashank Prabhu, a student of the Faculty of management studies, New Delhi, which scored 100 percentile, said that lack of pressure, did the trick for him. "This is my third attempt at CPR. During the first two years, I put in more hard work. This year, I was less alarming and more relaxed, because I had no tension down, "he said.