The Common Admission Test (CAT) 2014 made modifications feasible it a much more aspirant friendly this year by increasing the duration of the examination from existing 140 minutes to 170 minutes.
Indian Institute of Management (IIM-I) the accomplishing body of the CAT exam 2014 in addition made other changes discontinuing the purchase of offline vouchers, the questions in quantitative ability and data interpretation, verbal ability and logical reasoning increased to 50 in each section from existing 30 questions. Students this year can choose and switch from one section to another, allot more or less time during the exam according to their abilities.
Furthermore, the tutorials won’t be available this time before the exam, so the conducting body has advised candidates to practice well in advance. The payment of the registration fee has to be proceeded through online modes by credit card, debit card or through net banking.
The examination is also reduced to two days 16th November and 22nd November. The number of cities conducting the exam is increased to 99 cities constituting of 354 test sites. Students can pick three test cities in the order of predilection. An allotment of dates and site preference will be made randomly, so students are advised not to rush for registration.
Enrolment is made accessible for 56 days from August 6 up to September 30. The examinee can download admit card from October 16 till examination date. The results will be declared in the third week of December 2014.