Kolkata: The Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Lucknow conducted the the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2017 on Sunday. This year the exam was conducted in two sessions. The aspirants found the pattern similar like previous year. As per the students, moderate paper with Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning relatively tougher than previous years.
While taking to Kolkata 24×7 (English) Shouvik Das, a student from IIT Dhanbad (B.tech 4th year mechanical engineering) said, “VARC had no questions of VA. Majority was reading comprehension followed by parajumbles and summary.Following last year’s trend DILR was very tough.Quant was moderate, 24-26 attempts were common.”
As per reports, the rule for the exam center was also different from previous year. Unlike previous years, the candidates were no allowed to wear any jewellery or item that contains metal. Due to the instructions before entering into the exam hall many candidates had to rush back to their friends or family members to deposit their metal jewelleries.
The selection of candidates will be done on the basis of Written Test and followed by a Group Discussion and Personal Interviews round. All the selected candidates will get admission in around 20 IIM institutes established in various parts of the country.