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NEET UG, PG Counselling 2021 to start soon, check instructions before applying

The MCC has modified its counselling strategy in a number of ways. NEET Counselling for UG and PG students will be administered in four phases starting this year. The rounds in which counselling will be done are AIQ round 1, AIQ round 2, AIQ mop-up round, and AIQ stray vacancy round.

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NEET UG, PG Counselling 2021

The Supreme Court of India issued its decision in the OBC and EWS reservation dispute today, allowing the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) to start the NEET UG and NEET PG 2021 counselling procedure. This case put the NEET PG and UG counselling on hold.

Following the judgement, the MCC is anticipated to issue a counselling announcement on mcc.nic.in as soon as possible.

Before applying for All India NEET Counselling, these things should be kept in mind. Therefore, Undergraduates and Postgraduates medical candidates should know these major things about NEET Counselling. Here they are:

  • Prepare the following papers before registering for NEET counselling in 2021: Aadhar Card, NEET 2021 admit card, one online application form copy, mark sheet of NEET 2021, candidate’s nationality certificate, marks sheet of Class 12th, for the proof of age applicants, will have to bring Class 10th certificate.
  • According to the Supreme Court’s judgement on NEET counselling, 27percent total of all India quota seats will be allocated for candidates from the Other Backward Caste (OBC) group. The EWS category will be reserved for 10 per cent of the seats. Also, the live updates are available on the website. Candidates can check from there.
  • The MCC has modified its counselling strategy in a number of ways. NEET Counselling for UG and PG students will be administered in four phases starting this year. The rounds in which counselling will be done are AIQ round 1, AIQ round 2, AIQ mop-up round, and AIQ stray vacancy round. Previously, mop-up and further rounds were only available to central and recognized institutions.
  • Seats that are left behind after round 2 will not be returned to the states. Instead, mop-up and stray vacancy rounds will be used to fill those seats. This is due to the fact that, unlike past years, MCC will hold NEET mop-up and errant vacancy rounds for both central and recognized university seats, as well as state seats under the all-India quota.
  • For central institutions, the counselling system will be the same as it was in past years. The proposed approach system of online four rounds of counselling will be in accordance with the current counselling regulations (including fees and security deposit) for Central Institutes/Universities, the Medical CounsellingCommittee (MCC) stated.

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CAT 2022: Expected cut-off, answer key, how to calculate percentile

The CAT percentile measures how each candidate performed in relation to the other students who took the CAT exam in 2022.

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CAT 2022: Expected cut-off, answer key, how to calculate percentile

The Indian Institute of Management Studies (IIM), Bangalore conducted the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2022 on Sunday, November 27. The CAT 2022 was conducted in three phases. Candidates found the third slot a little more challenging as compared to slots 1 and 2. The overall difficulty level of CAT 2022 was moderately difficult.

Candidates who appeared in Slot 3 stated that the questions from DILR and Quant were a bit tough and time-consuming. Candidates stated that those who prepared well could get a high percentile and admission to top-notch business schools.

The actual marks a student receives on the CAT 2022 exam are known as CAT scores. This is computed based on the CAT exam format and scoring system. This represents the overall number of marks achieved throughout all sections. The CAT percentile measures how each candidate performed in relation to the other students who took the CAT exam in 2022. The CAT exam scores are converted into a scale from 100 to 0.

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How to calculate CAT 2022 percentile?

  • Calculate the total number of candidates (N) who participated in the CAT.
  • All candidates who participated in the CAT should be given a rank (r), based on the scaled scores attained in the QA portion. If two or more applicants receive the same scaled score on the QA section, assign those candidates the same ranks.
  • Calculate a candidate’s percentile score (P) for the QA section as follows: P = [(N − r)/N] x 100.
  • Round off the calculated percentile score (P) of a candidate up to two decimal points.

CAT 2022: Expected Cut-off

CAT percentileVARC ScoreLRDI ScoreQA ScoreOverall CAT score
99.5 percentile443639101
99 percentile41313691
98 percentile35283180
95 percentile29222466
90 percentile24181753
85 percentile20151445
80 percentile17131140

CAT 2022: Answer Key

The management body has not yet announced the CAT 2022 answer key release date. However, the answer key is expected by the first week of December 2022.

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CAT 2022 slot 1 concludes: Exam analysis, difficulty level, and other key points

CAT 2022 results will likely be declared by the second week of January 2023. CAT 2022 score will be valid till December 31, 2023.

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CAT 2022 slot 1 concludes: Exam analysis, difficulty level, and other key points

The Indian Institute of Management Studies (IIM), Bangalore has concluded the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2022 slot 1. The first slot which started at 8:30 am continued till 10:30 am. The second slot of CAT 2022 is underway.

Candidates who appeared for CAT 2022 slot 1 had different opinions regarding the difficulty level and diversity of questions.

CAT 2022 Slot 1 Exam Analysis

The majority of the candidates believed that even though some of the questions were tricky and difficult, the majority of the questions were easy to moderate. The CAT 2022 exam concluded smoothly, as there were no big technical glitches. It is believed that candidates who prepare well for the CAT exam can get into top-notch business schools easily.

Candidates said that this year the question paper followed a different pattern from the mock tests. There were no questions from the bar graph and pie chart. Three questions were asked from Geometry and in VARC, there were five paragraphs and three summary questions.

One of the candidates from Hyderabad stated that most questions were on logical reasoning. The candidate found the diagram questions hard. Another student said English was easy but LR and quant were difficult because he practiced very less for them.

Topics covered in CAT slot 1 exam

  • Verbal two history
  • Logical junction train
  • Class of boys and girls event questions
  • Profit and loss
  • Ratios, logs questions

There will be three sections in the IIM CAT 2022 question paper which include Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension; Quantitative Ability and Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning.

The second slot of the CAT 2022 is underway. It started at 12:30 pm and will end at 2:30 pm. The third slot is scheduled for 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm.

CAT 2022 results will likely be declared by the second week of January 2023. CAT 2022 score will be valid till December 31, 2023.

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CAT 2022 tomorrow: Last minute tips and strategies to ace entrance exam

CAT is one of the most difficult entrance exams for Management of Business Administration (MBA). Every year, around 2 lakh candidates appear for the CAT exam to get admission to top-notch business schools.

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CAT 2022 tomorrow: Last minute tips and strategies to ace entrance exam

The Common Aptitude Test (CAT) is a national-level entrance exam and is scheduled to be held on November 27. Every year, around 2 lakh candidates appear for the CAT exam to get admission to top-notch business schools.

CAT is one of the most difficult entrance exams for Management of Business Administration (MBA).

With just a day left for the CAT 2023, here are the last-minute preparation tips and strategies for the exam.

  • Avoid studying new topics at the last minute.
  • Try to solve last year’s questions at this hour.
  • Revise from the previously prepared notes.
  • Keep polishing your speed and accuracy level.
  • Practice managing time in an effective way.
  • Attempt the familiar questions first, and then try out the difficult ones. 

Last-minute CAT preparation strategy Section-wise

The CAT 2022 exam will consist of 66 questions divided across three sections. The sections include Quantitative Ability, Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning and Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension. Candidates have 40 minutes to complete each section with PwD candidates receiving an additional 13 minutes and 20 seconds for each Section.

Quantitative Aptitude

As this section is covered by concept-based questions, thus it is important for the candidates to clear the concept first. You need to have a strong command of calculation. To excel in this section, go through the previous year’s question paper.

Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning

There is no need to learn any kind of formula to ace this section as all the questions in this section is based on logic.

Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension

This is the only section that can disbalance time management. This section requires good reading skills, as candidates have to read long passages and answer all questions related to the passage. Candidates need to work on their vocabulary to ace this section.

CAT 2022: Marking Scheme

  • For every accurate MCQ answer, candidates will receive 3 points.
  • For every incorrect MCQ answer, one mark will be deducted.
  • Marks will not be deducted for a question that is not an MCQ.
  • No credit will be given for questions that are unanswered.
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