CAT 2016 Result declared but do you know many students accessed it without any login attempt. Last Year this trick worked wonder! Astonishingly it is working this year as well. Twenty 100 percentiles this year! Follow the steps shown in the image and find your score without logging in. Good Luck.
CAT 2016 RESULT can be checked right now using this simple hack trick.
How to Download CAT Result 2016
- Visit official website of IIM, click on ‘Existing User’ or click on the link given below
- Enter CAT 2016 User ID and password
- Click on ‘Login’ button
- Click on the tab – Candidate ‘Score Card’ and download your CAT 2016 result/score card
- Print, save, and preserve the score card till the admission process is complete
To download CAT results cum score card 2016 – Click here
Past Trends of CAT Score versus Percentile Secured.
Approximately 1.95 lakh candidates out of 2,32,434 registered applicants appeared for the test. CAT result 2016 will consist of section wise scaled score and overall percentile. To download CAT 2016 result cum score card, candidates will have to logging in through their CAT login ID and password. IIM Bangalore will send SMS to each candidate the overall percentile secured in CAT 2016. IIM will not send the hard copy of the score card to the candidates, neither will they email it. Hence, candidates have to download the CAT score card and take adequate number of print outs for the further rounds of admission process.
On the basis of CAT result 2016, candidates will be shortlisted for selection procedures at 20 IIMs and other top B-schools in India. IIMs will release the list of shorlisted candidates soon after the declaration of CAT 2016 result. In order to get shortlisted or qualify for the admission at 20 IIMs and over 100 B-schools in India, test takers have to not only clear the overall CAT cutoff but sectional CAT cut offs as well. CAT 2016 score will remain valid for one year, till December 31, 2017. Candidates can check here all about CAT result 2016 such as date of releasing, calculation of scores, normalisation process, what after result, cutoff and much more.