CAT 2020 Exam Analysis – Slot 3 Detailed Exam Analysis, Expected Cut-off, Level of Difficulty

CAT 2020 Exam Analysis for Slot 2 as shared by the Experts at Jagranjosh.com is here. Know the detailed overview, difficulty level, expected cut-off of the CAT 2020 MBA entrance exam here.

Created On: Nov 29, 2020 18:30 IST
CAT 2020 Exam Analysis – Slot 3 Detailed Exam Analysis, Expected Cut-off, Level of Difficulty
CAT 2020 Exam Analysis – Slot 3 Detailed Exam Analysis, Expected Cut-off, Level of Difficulty

CAT 2020 Exam Analysis Slot 3 – After Common Admission Test (CAT) 2020Slot 1 and Slot 2 that were conducted successfully by IIM Indore (the official organiser of the CAT 2020 exam) at 430 test centers in 156 cities, it is time for the Slot 3 aspirants to take a look at the CAT 2020 Slot 3 analysis. CAT 2020 has been conducted on 29th November 2020 in 3 shifts and Slot 3 has been conducted in evening session from 4:30pm to 6:30pm. The CAT 2020 Slot 1 was conducted from 8.30 to 10.30 AM in the morning and 12.30 to 2.30 PM in the afternoon. CAT 2020 is being attempted by about 2.3 lakh candidates this year. Read the in-depth analysis of CAT 2020 Slot 1 including section-wise analysis, expected cut off here:-

CAT 2020 saw some major changes introduced in the exam which include 76 questions to be attempted in a reduced time limit of 120 minutes. A similar exam pattern is seen in CAT 2020 Slot 3.

Find out the key highlights of the CAT 2020 exam conducted in Slot 2, as per the reviews of the test takers:

Also Read - CAT 2020 Exam Analysis – Slot 1 Detailed Exam Analysis, Expected Cut-off, Level of Difficulty

DILR section

The section comprised of 24 questions in CAT 2020 Slot 2 and a similar number is expected in Slot 3 as well. This section in CAT 2020 exam was deemed as moderately difficult by test takers. 

QA section

Of the total 26 questions in CAT 2020 Slot 2 in this section, 8 were TITA questions. Test takers opined that this section was moderately difficult and can be attempted with good preparation. CAT 2020 Slot 2 is also expected to be on similar lines. 

VARC Section

VARC section of CAT 2020 Slot 2 was also moderately difficult but time-consuming and CAT 2020 Slot 2 is also expected to be on the similar lines. Test takers said that much of the time was consumed by 4 RCs and 18 questions.  

Overall CAT 2020 Slot 2 Analysis - Section-wise Difficulty Level

The CAT 2020 Slot 1 exam was deemed as moderate to difficult. Based on CAT 2020 Slot 1 Analysis by experts and test taker opinions, candidates can expect the difficulty level of CAT 2020 Slot 2. 

CAT 2020 Section - Slot 2

Difficulty Level

VARC

Easy

DILR

Moderate to Difficult

QA

Moderate Difficult

CAT 2020 Exam Analysis Slot 2 - Good Attempts 

Candidates who have attempted certain no. of questions as mentioned below can expect 90+ percentile in the CAT 2020 exam, which is referred to as the number of good attempts. The number of good attempts of CAT 2020 Slot 1 is provided below, and a similar figure can be expected in Slot 2 as well.

CAT 2020 Exam Sections

Good Attempts

VARC

16-19

DILR

12-15

QA

14-17

CAT 2020 Slot 3 Analysis: Expected Cut Off Score

Experts, based on the difficulty level of the question paper of CAT Slot 3, and feedback by test-takers have suggested he expected cut off score  for CAT 2020 equivalent to corresponding percentile score, the details of which are provided in the table below. 

The CAT 2020 expected cut-off derived after analysing the difficulty level of Slot 2 is provided below. Read it, as we expect similar expected CAT 2020 cut-off from the Slot 3 exam as well:-

Score VA-RC

Score DI-LR

Score QA

Overall Score

Percentile

45

37

46

115

99.5 %ile

42

32

41

105

99 %ile

38

29

37

95

97 %ile

35

26

35

89

95%ile

Stay tuned with Jagranjosh.com to receive CAT exam analysis from the Industry starwarts and read the complete analysis of CAT 2020 exam here.

Also Read - CAT 2020 Exam Analysis – Slot 2 Detailed Exam Analysis, Expected Cut-off, Level of Difficulty

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