CAT 2022: 11 male candidates score 100 percentile, here's statewise toppers list
The Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bangalore on Wednesday announced the Common Admission Test (CAT) result 2022. Candidates can check the CAT 2022 result on the official website of IIM at iimcat.ac.in.
Around 2.22 lakh candidates appeared for the CAT 2022 exam, out of which 65 percent were male and 35 percent were female. 55 candidates scored between 100 to 99.98 percentile.
11 male candidates scored 100 percentile and 22 candidates scored 99.99 percentile. No female candidate secured the 100 percentile, however, four female candidates are in the list of the top 55.
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Statewise toppers list of CAT 2022 who scored 100 percentile
- 1 – Uttar Pradesh
- 1 – Gujarat
- 1 – Haryana
- 1 – Kerala
- 1 – Madhya Pradesh
- 2 – Delhi
- 2 – Maharashtra
- 2 – Telangana
CAT 2022 Interview Process
The IIM will shortlist candidates for the interview stage on the basis of their own criteria, which may be independent of each other. The process may include Written Ability Test (WAT), Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interviews (PI). Performance in the CAT 2022 examination is an important component of the admission process.
The list of candidates shortlisted for the next level of selection will be made available on the website of the respective IIMs. Each IIM will send interview letters to the shortlisted candidates directly.
This year, admission to 90 non-IIM colleges’ management programs will also be based on the CAT 2022 scores. The CAT 2022 website contains information about the non-IIM institutions that have enrolled for the CAT 2022 exam. Candidates are urged to verify the CAT website to make sure the institutions they are applying to with their CAT scores are registered with the CAT 2022 centre.
CAT 2022 was held on November 27, 2022, at various exam centers across the country.
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