CAT 2020 - Register for exam before deadline

CAT 2020 - Register for exam before deadline
Richa Kapoor | Sep 10, 2020 - 9:12 a.m. IST
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NEW DELHI - Now that less than a week is left for the registration process for CAT to end, candidates must fill the application form before the last date in order to avoid any hassle. CAT 2020 registration process commenced from August 5 and the deadline to fill the form is September 16. The Common Admission Test will be conducted in computer-based mode on November 29 in two slots.

CAT 2020 Important Dates



Start and end date for CAT registration

August 5- September 16, 2020

Start and end date to make changes in the application form

To be notified

CAT exam

November 29, 2020

Know all about filling CAT application form 2020

Step 1 - Visit the official website of IIM CAT 2020 and click on the header New Candidate Registration

Step 2 - Enter all the required information to register for the CAT exam

Step 3 - Check the recommended web browser before filling the application form

Step 4 - Login id and password has been generated for CAT registration form

Step 5 - Re-login and fill all the personal, academic, contact, and work-related details

Step 6 - Upload the scanned image of the candidate and the signature

Step 7 - Pay the required amount of fees for CAT registration

Step 8 - A confirmation mail will be sent to the registered id

Step 10 - Download the CAT application form and take its print out

About the CAT 2020 exam

Every year the Common Admission Test is conducted in a computer-based mode for all the candidates who are aspiring to make their way to the Indian Institutes of Management. The CAT exam normally comprises three sections and candidates have to answer the questions in three hours. The sectional time limit of each section is one hour.

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