CAT - The Common Admission Test (CAT) is a computer based test held in India. The test scores a candidate on the bases of Quantitative Ability (QA), Verbal Ability (VA) and Reading Comprehension (RC), Data Interpretation (DI) and Logical Reasoning
Cat is the Common Admission Test, like practically all Large –scale exams, uses multiple forms, or design, of the test. Therefore there are two kinds of scores involved: a raw score and a scaled score.
The raw score is calculated for all the section based on the number of questions one answered rightly, incorrectly or left untried. Aspirant are given +3 points for each correct answers and negative marking (-1) for incorrect answer. No points are given if the candidate has not answered. The raw scores are then adjusted through the operation called equating. Equated raw scores are then put in a common scale or metric to confirm suitable interpretation of scores. This is called scaling process.
CMAT - Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) it is a national-level MBA admission test conducted by All India council for Technical Education (AICTE), a national-level Apex Advisory Body which is endowed with the statutory authority for technical education in India. Whereas it introduced in the year 2011, a lot of very well liked state entrance exams have stopped conducting their own test and instead use CMAT as the premise of the selection activity. This list would comprise like RMAT, UPCET etc.
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