CAT 2019 answer key to be released anytime soon

CAT 2019 answer key to be released anytime soon
Richa Kapoor | Nov 25, 2019 - 5:16 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, NOVEMBER 25: Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode is likely to release the answer key of CAT 2019 anytime soon. Along with the answer key, the authorities will issue the question paper also. Candidates can check the response sheet and challenge the answer if they feel it is incorrect. Some of the experts from the coaching institutes are of the view that the CAT answer key will be released in the next two to three days.

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Important Dates for CAT 2019 Answer Key


Events

Date

CAT 2019

November 24, 2019

CAT 2019 Response sheet release date

November 27, 2019*

Last date to challenge the answer key of CAT 2019

A week’s time will be given to challenge it

CAT result 2019

January 6, 2019

*Experts from the various coaching institutes are of the view that answer key will be declared anytime soon

Steps to Download CAT 2019 Answer Key

Step 1 - Candidates will have to click on the official link which is iimcat.ac.in

Step 2 - Enter the login id and password

Step 3 - Choose the shift for which you appeared in the exam

Step 4 - CAT 2019 answer key will be displayed on the screen

Step 5 - Correct option will be marked with green while the incorrect one will be marked with red.

Step 6 - Download the answer key

Note: Candidates will get an opportunity to challenge the answer key within the specified date and they will be required to pay Rs 1200 per objection. The amount will be refunded only if the objection is considered valid.

About CAT 2019

Common Admission Test was conducted in two slots on November 24. More than two lakh candidates had appeared for the management entrance exam. Most of the candidates found the question paper moderately difficult. As compared to the past years, candidates found VA & RC section slightly difficult.

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