Very often there is curiosity that what is that which IIMs expect from students? We thought of putting this query to Prof. Neeraj Dwivedi who is a convener of CAT 2018.
“IIMs expect from you to be seriously focused and culture ability to withstand pressure,” says Prof. Neeraj Dwivedi
Prof. Neeraj Dwivedi again conveyed that there won’t be any major change in CAT pattern and aspirants should continue to prepare for CAT 2018 on previous trends.
Prof. Neeraj Dwivedi of IIM Indore is the convener of prestigious CAT 2017 which is being conducted on behalf of 13 IIMs in November 2018.
He further advised aspirants like you to focus and continue preparation. But accuracy must be dealt while keeping speed and time top of mind.
CAT score will be applicable primarily for 13 IIMs viz; IIM-Ahemadabad, Bangalore, Calcutta, Indore, Lucknow, Kozhikode, Ranchi, Kashipur, Rohtak, Raipur, Trichy, Shilong and Udaipur.
CAT has a sole objective to select the best candidate with qualitative skills; later on having been shortlisted CAT aspirants will have to face GD & PI wherein the soft skills like communication & attitude will be tested.
This year also it is expected that more than 2 Lac plus CAT aspirants are likely to register.