CAT 2020 result - Five IITians score 100 percentile

IIM Indore in a media release has issued a detailed analysis of CAT 2020 result wherein they have mentioned how many candidates have scored 100 and 99.99 percentile

CAT 2020 result -  Five IITians score 100 percentile
Team Careers360 | Jan 4, 2021 - 2:33 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Indore has released detailed statistics about the CAT 2020 exam. Common Admission Test (CAT) result was declared in online mode on January 3. In a press release issued by IIM Indore, they have mentioned that nine candidates who have scored 100 percentile are all male while seven out of the out are from the engineering/technology background while one is from mathematics and the other from management.

CAT Result 2020 - 5 IITians score 100 percentile

According to the CAT result, five candidates who have scored 100 percentile are from IIT, while the remaining 4 are from :

  • IIM Indore (IPM program)

  • BITS Pilani

  • Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology

  • YMCA institute of Engineering

State-wise break up of CAT 2020 result

Out of the nine candidates who scored 100 percentile, three are from Rajasthan, while the other six are from Delhi, Haryana, Maharashtra, Punjab, Telangana and Uttar Pradesh respectively.

CAT 2020 Exam Result - Know all about 99 percentilers

There are a total of 19 candidates who have scored 99.99 percentile and 18 of them are male while one of them is a female. Sixteen out of the 19 candidates who have scored 99 percentile are from engineering/technology, two are from economics background and one of them is from management background.

CAT 2020 - Gender-wise distribution

IIM Indore has released the gender-wise breakup of the candidates who appeared in CAT 2020 exam.

Gender-wise Break Up

Gender

Total Number of Candidates

Number of female candidates

66,755

Number of male candidates

1,23,388

Number of transgender candidate

01

About CAT 2020

It is for the first time that the Common Admission Test was conducted in three slots and the duration of the exam was reduced to two hours instead of three hours. The number of questions that were asked in CAT 2020 was also less as compared to the past years.

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