IIM CAT 2021 result: Here’s how to calculate percentile score
IIM CAT Result 2021: In January 2022, the Indian Institute of Management, IIM (Ahmedabad), will announce the results of the Common Admission Test 2021 (CAT 2021). The exact date and time for the announcement of the IIM CAT 2021 results have yet to be announced. Candidates who are eagerly awaiting the IIM CAT Result 2021 should keep a close eye on the official website – iimcat.ac.in.
“The CAT 2021 results will be provisionally available on this website beginning in the second week of January 2022. The list of candidates shortlisted for the next phase of selection will be posted on the different IIMs’ websites. Each IIM will send interview invitations directly to the candidates who have been shortlisted. The criteria for shortlisting differ between IIMs “Examine the official notification.
Meanwhile, the CAT 2021 applicant response and objection management tabs were open from 10 a.m. on December 8 to 5 p.m. on December 11. During this time, candidates may see the answer key as well as their individual replies to questions.
How to Check IIM CAT 2021 Result:
To view the CAT 2021 results, all applicants must follow the processes outlined below:
Step 1: Navigate to the university’s official website, iimcat.ac.in.
Step 2: On the IIM CAT 2021 homepage, enter your user ID and password.
Step 3: After you log in, your CAT results will be displayed on the screen.
Step 4: Carefully examine your results/percentile.
Step 5: Download and print the document for future reference.
The IIM CAT 2021 was held this year on November 28, 2021, at 438 exam centres distributed across 156 cities in India. Furthermore, nearly 1.92 lakh students took the exam out of a total of 2.30 lakh registered eligible candidates.
IIM CAT 2021 percentile score calculation:
The steps outlined below are used to compute a candidate’s CAT 2021 overall and sectional percentile scores. The QA section is used as an example to demonstrate the percentile score calculating method.
In CAT 2021, a similar process is used to get the overall percentile score as well as the other two sections, DILR and VARC.
Step 1: Determine the total number of candidates (N) who took the CAT (i.e., including morning, afternoon, and evening sessions).
Step 2: Assign a rank (r) to each candidate who took the CAT based on their scaled scores in the QA section. If two or more applicants receive identical scaled scores in the QA section, award identical ranks to all of them.
As an example, if exactly two candidates receive the highest scaled score in the QA section, both of them are assigned a rank of 1. Furthermore, the candidate(s) with the second-highest scaled score in the QA portion receive a rank of 3, and so on.
Step 3: Determine a candidate’s percentile score (P) and rank (r) in the QA section.
Step 4: Round off a candidate’s determined percentile score (P) to the nearest two decimal points. For example, all percentile scores larger than or equal to 99.995 are rounded to 100, whereas all percentile scores greater than or equal to 99.985 but less than 99.995 are rounded to 99.99, and so on.
For the computation of the overall CAT percentile scores and the percentile scores of other sections, a methodology similar to the one described above is employed.
For more information, Candidates should see the official website.