CAT 2013 Result
CAT 2013 Result- IIM has announced CAT 2013 result on January 14, 2014 at 9.30 AM. CAT 2013 Result is the basis for short listing candidates for second stage of selection process at all 13 Indian Institute of Management (IIM) depending on their respective CAT Cutoff.
Latest: CAT 2014 has been announced by IIM Indore. Application process starts from August 6.
Many other top B-school in India also accept CAT scores for short listing candidates based on their cutoffs. The Indian Institute of Managment (IIM) have made CAT 2013 score card available with the support of National Informatics Centre.
Sharing detials of CAT 2013 Reuslt, CAT Convenor Dr Rohit Kapoor said that a total of 8 candidates, all male, are in the 100 percentile bracket. The next level of 99.99 percentile is occupied by 10 candidates out of whom one candidate is female.
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You have to follow the following steps to check your CAT 2013 Result:
Click on the green tab on the left of the website which says CAT 2013 Result
You can now get your CAT 2013 Result Score Card by entering your CAT 2013 Registration Number, Email address and the characters appearing in the corresponding box for security purpose.
Upon entering the above details, you will get the detailed CAT 2013 result in the form of scores and percentiles of the two sections, Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation and Verbal Ability & Logical Reasoning.
The CAT 2013 score will be valid for 1 year only.
You can download your CAT 2013 score card by entering your CAT 2013 registration number and registered email ID below:
You may take a print out of your CAT 2013 score card which will come handy during the 2014 admission process. Preserve the print out of the CAT 2013 Result till the admission process is over.
For all related queries visit our official CAT 2013 Results Discussion.
CAT 2013 was held in a 20-day window from 16 October to 11 November 2013. The 20-day testing window which followed a consistent exam pattern remained glitch free except Day-10 when a wrong question appeared at a few test centres.