IIM CAT 2020 - Know details about shift timings-no update on number of questions

IIM CAT 2020 - Know details about shift timings-no update on number of questions
Richa Kapoor | Sep 21, 2020 - 12:36 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI - Indian Institute of Management, Indore has announced the shift timings of the CAT 2020 exam which will be conducted on November 29. According to the notice issued by IIM Indore on its official website, the CAT exam 2020 will be conducted in morning, afternoon and evening shift. The exam timing has been reduced from three hours to two hours.

Schedule of CAT 2020 Exam

The Common Admission Test (CAT) will be conducted in three shifts commencing from 8:30 a.m

CAT 2020 - Shift Timings

CAT 2020 Sessions

Shift Timing

Session 1 - Morning

8:30 AM – 10:30 AM

Session 2 - Afternoon

12:30 PM – 2:30 PM

Session 3 - Evening

4:30 PM – 6:30 PM

CAT 2020 Exam Pattern - No update on the number of questions

With the CAT 2020 exam timing being reduced, the students were curious to know if the total number of questions would be reduced. However, putting an end to all such speculations, CAT 2020 convener Harshal Lowalekar has stated, “ CAT generally does not reveal the number or type of questions or the paper pattern. In fact, the CAT pattern is regularly changed so that the exam does not become predictable. However, it has already been announced on the CAT website that the number of sections this year will be three (40 minutes each).”

Lowalekar reiterated on taking the CAT mock tests and added, “To familiarise themselves with the different types of questions (MCQ/ non-MCQs) candidates are advised to take the mock test which would become available on the CAT website sometime in October.”

He further added that CAT is a competitive exam and only the relative performance of the candidate matters.

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