IIM CAT 2015 Answer key Download – Cut Off Marks Morning & Afternoon, CAT Exam Answer Key 2015 Download November 29th, 30th 2015 Analysis, Calculator PDF For SET A, SET B, SET C, SET D with Question Papers From Below Website Links.
IIM CAT 2015 Answer key Download – Cut Off Marks Morning & Afternoon :
CAT 2015 is organized by Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) released the answer key and analysis for Common Admission Test 2015 at the official websites of the CAT 2015 i.e. iimcat.ac.in. The CAT 2015 was successfully conducted on 29th November 2015 and Candidates can download the Cat 2015 Question Papers with Solving Answers with Multiple Choices.
Around 2.14 Lakh Students have Attempted the cat exam on November 29, 2015 in different centers across india. Answer key is available and useful to check the multiple answers question number wise and SET Wise
CAT 2015 Exam Analysis & Changes :
Candidates have reported that the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2015 came with no new surprises. It was expected that the CAT 2015 would have very high difficulty level in the Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (VA-RC) section, on the contrary the section was relatively easy. The Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning (DI-LR) can be rated as easy to moderate in difficulty level as the question sets were balanced. The Quantitative Aptitude (QA) was easy but had time consuming questions. In CAT 2015, DI-LR are going to be the decider because rest of the sections i.e. VA-RC and QA were easy and almost all candidates have attempted 25 plus questions.
Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (VA-RC): The number of VA and RC questions were same as the CAT mock test had. There were 24 questions on Reading Comprehension and 10 questions on Verbal Ability. The entire section was dominated by the questions from topics such as parajumbles, odd sentence out and para summary. There were absolutely no questions based on Vocabulary, Grammar and word usage.
Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning (DI-LR): As already mentioned DI-LR section had balanced level of difficulty, there were 03 sets with moderate level of difficulty and 01 set with high level of difficulty in Data Interpretation section. The Logical Reasoning section had 02 difficult sets, 01 moderately difficult set and 01 easy set.
Quantitative Aptitude (QA): The QA section was as easy as the VA-RC section. Questions were based on Algebra and geometry. There were 50 per cent questions from Arithmetic. Some candidates found the section to be easy but time consuming.
Out of 100 there were 32 non-MCQ questions. These questions did not have any negative marking but the nature of the questions was such that candidate could not attempt many of these. There are more or less no particular changes apart from having the constraint of sectional deadlines. Many candidates considered to be a disadvantage as they could have managed their time better with the liberty to navigate between sections
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29th November – (Morning/ Forenoon Shift) : SET A | SET B | SET C | SET D
29th November – (Afternoon Shift) : SET A | SET B | SET C | SET D