The question that emerges foremost in the minds of most MBA aspirants now is whether this is the right time to do an MBA keeping in mind the global recession that looms ahead.
Common Admission Test (CAT) 2020 is just around the corner. It is arguably one of the most difficult, yet most aspiring exams in India. This entrance exam focuses on delivering results using unconventional methods that cannot be adopted via rote learning and requires out-of-the-box thinking. Considering that the CAT exam is the gateway to step to 20 IIMs and around 100 B-schools, it’s not surprising that the competition is immense. According to Careers 360, more than two lakh candidates had applied for this examination in 2019.
CAT, or Common Admission Test, is one of India's most popular national MBA entrance exams conducted by IIMs every year. Common Admission Test (CAT) is usually conducted in late November or early December. It is also one of the most challenging and demanding exams in India.
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Common Admission Test (CAT) is one of the most important MBA entrance exam conducted across the country.CAT is taken by over two lakhs aspirants every year to get admission in 20 IIM's and other top management institutes of the country.