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CAT Result 2015: Around 1.80 lakh students appeared for the CAT 2015 examination in 115 exam centers across India

By: Express Web Desk |
January 8, 2016 7:55:22 pm
cat exam, cat result, cat result 2015, cat 2015 CAT 2015: After sending results through sms and emails, IIM has released the result on their official website. (File photo)

The results of the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2015 are released on their official website, ending week-long speculations. Around 1.80 lakh students appeared for the CAT 2015 examination in 115 exam centers across India. The exam was held on November 29, 2015.

The candidates who undertook the examination have received the CAT 2015 scores on their registered mobile numbers via the SMS service. Due to some technical issue, students could not log on to CAT 2015 official website. It is now operational and candidates can check the result.

After the CAT examination, the IIMs shortlist candidates for the second stage of selection which may be independent of each other but include Group Discussions (GD) and Personal Interviews (PI).

Performance in CAT 2015 examination is an important component in the admission process for these institutes.

Steps to download the CAT 2015 result

Log on to the official website or click here to go directly
Check the link ‘Login to view/ download CAT 2015 Application/ Admit Card’
Submit the id and password
Take a print out of the result

 

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