Out of the nine candidates who scored the perfect percentage, at least three have passed the general admission test more than once. In addition to these, a Mumbai-based engineering student tops the 100 percent list with a score of 181 out of 198, with a very high score in quantity and logic. The Indian Institute of Management, which released its results on Monday evening, looked at nine candidates who received 100 per cent, including seven engineers.
Another 19 students including 3 non-engineers got 99.99 and 99.98 percent marks in CAT merit list respectively. All but one are male. Nine out of 100 per cent, four from Maharashtra, two from Uttar Pradesh and one from Telangana, Haryana and West Bengal. Only one woman is at the top with 99.98 percent. Among the overall CAT 2021 top scorers, 13 candidates (99.98-100 per cent) are among the top 47 CAT toppers in Maharashtra.
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“The best way to research the test is to take it,” said Suneet Kumbhat, an alumnus of IIM Kolkata who scored 100 per cent for the fourth time this year. “Understanding the environment and vibe during the paper is important when you are advising students,” added Kumbhat, a faculty member at the Adtech start-up. He was joined by Maruti Conduri, a start-up founder who scored 100 percent for the second time.
Condori passed from IIM Ahmedabad, worked in an investment bank and then started his start-up. “CAT is very competitive. How you handle each question, which is the right question to choose, sometimes, you can not waste time thinking about the answer – you just have to turn off the wrong options, these you understand when you enter the test center and under pressure. Give it a try, ”he told TOI.
For Rahul Sharma, another coach who prepares IIM candidates, this is the third time he has scored a perfect score. “When I took CAT as a student there were pen and paper exams. The CAT goes through changes and I often take the CAT to show students where things can go wrong, where things can go wrong. “The crude scale down score for 100 percent ranges from about 150 to 181.
CAT 2021 was conducted on 28 November 2021 in three shifts at 438 test centers across 156 cities across India. Out of 2.30 lakh registered eligible candidates, about 1.92 lakh candidates took part in the examination. Overall attendance was about 83%. Out of 1.92 lakh candidates who took part in the examination, 35% were female, 85% male and 2 candidates were transgender. In addition to IIM, 88 other business schools use CAT 2021 scores this year for admissions to their management programs.
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