AICE offers an intensive classroom program for preparing the CAT aspirants. The selection of students in top B schools every year speaks on its own about our excellent delivery and content..
Batch commencement: June till interview
Duration: 200+ hrs.
Designed for: Final year students
Batch commencement: Dec.-Feb.
Duration: 90 hrs.
Designed for: All those who appeared in CAT/MAT/SNAP/XAT
Batch commencement: June onwards till interview
Duration: 500+ hrs.
Designed for: Pre-final year students, graduates, undergraduates or professionals
Batch commencement: March onwards till interview
Duration: 350+ hrs.
Designed for:Pre-final year students, graduates, undergraduates or professionals
Designed for: Graduates/Professionals
In order to avoid a shortage of managers in the increasingly growing Indian economy, numerous business schools are conducting MBA Entrance exams so that they can produce quality managers for Indian as well as the global market. Among the various MBA Entrance exams, the Common Admission Test (CAT) is conducted by the Indian Institutes of Management and is the first step in the process of seeking admission to the management programs in IIMs. Apart from the Indian Institutes of Management over 72 other Management Institutes use the CAT for short listing candidates.Eligibility Criteria:
• Bachelor’s Degree with minimum 50% marks (or equivalent grade) from any University or Institution recognized by AICTE
• Candidates appearing for a qualifying examination can also apply subject to submission of proof of requisite qualification
Common highlights for all the Program
• Online test series
• Group Discussion and Personal Interview
• Weekdays and Weekend batches
• Specialized batches for Engineers and Working professionals
The CAT has the widest coverage in Verbal, Quantitative and Reasoning areas of testing. As per the latest pattern notified in the notification of 2014, the CAT is generally a 3 hours test. Total Number of questions is 100 divided into 3 sections.
The sections contained the following segmentation:
|Section No.||Section Name||Total Number of Questions||Number of Multiple Choice Questions||Number of Non-MCQs (TITA Questions|
|I||Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension||34||24||10|
|II||Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning||32||24||8|