CMAT result 2019: CMAT 2019 result are expected to be available by 10th February 2019 on the NTA official website. Candidates can easily check the CMAT results by using login details or can search by the roll number. The result will have the overall score and the percentile as well as the sectional cutoffs and sectional percentile.
How to Check CMAT Result 2019
Find below the step by step process to check CMAT result 2019 and download score card as well.
- Step 1: The candidate needs to visit the CMAT 2019 website: nta.ac.in/Managementexam
- Step 2: User needs to Sign in with email-id and password to check the CMAT result 2019.
- Step 3: A new window will appear after sign in, where a candidate can download CMAT score card.
- Step 4: Finally download or printout CMAT result / scorecard for the future purpose.
CMAT Score card 2019
Candidate requires to login for downloading CMAT score card 2019. Below is the process to download it on the CMAT official website nta.ac.in
- Log on to the NTA CMAT website – nta.ac.in
- Click on CMAT 2019 result/score card section.
- Login with email id and password.
- Then, select CMAT score card to download it.
CMAT scorecard will have following things displayed over it:
- Sectional raw score
- Sectional Percentile
- Overall raw score
- Overall Percentile.
CMAT Merit List 2019
NTA will prepare CMAT merit list 2019 along with answer keys and displays it on the official website after announcement of results. The final merit list of CMAT 2019 to be prepared based on the performance of the candidate in the online test, which conducted on 28th January 2019. Those scored highest marks were placed on the top of the merit list.
Following details are present in the CMAT Merit List 2019.
- Candidate name
- CMAT 2019 Roll Number
- CMAT All India Rank
- Section wise and overall scores
- Section wise and overall percentile
CMAT Score and Percentile Calculation
CMAT score and percentile calculation is as follows:
There are 100 questions in total with 100 questions each in every section. For every correct answer, one gets a 4 marks and for every wrong answer, one gets -1 mark. This the maximum marks for the exam is 400.
CMAT percentile: The percentile is calculated in the following way find below:
Formula to calculate percentile: P = ((N-your rank)/N*100).
In this formula P is percentile while N is the number of candidates appearing in the exam.
Rank is calculated based on the marks scored. In case two or more than two students have scored same rank, then ranking is done based on the marks in the various sections based on the following order:
- Quantitative Technique and Data interpretation
- Logical reasoning
- Language Comprehension
- General Awareness
If more than one candidate scores by the above process, the same rank will be assigned to all the candidates but the names would be displayed in the alphabetical order. The rank of the next candidate in the order will be the addition of the number of students having same rank. Thus one should prepare strategically and focus on their strengths and set the right goal you want to achieve.
CMAT Cut off 2019
CMAT cut off 2019 to be released by NTA on 10th February 2019. There are more than 100 colleges which accept CMAT score, the cut offs for all these colleges vary based on their overall ratings, infrastructure and placements. One can look at the last year cut-offs of the top colleges they are looking for to get a fair idea about the competition and level of preparation required for these colleges.
There are few top colleges in the list which demand a score of more than 99 percentile to certain colleges which provide admission at the score of 70 percentile as well.
Overall analysis of CMAT 2019
CMAT exam also provides a detailed analysis about the different section, their difficulty levels and the expected cut offs for the various sections, A general trend however shows that the difficulty level is decreasing over the years which means the cut-offs for the colleges is increasing every year.
You will get the analysis of the exam on the website on the same day which will help you visualize your possible score and the percentile you will land up with. In the analysis provided for 2018, it was found that the score of 228 would provide a percentile of 99% while a score of 190 marks would provide a percentile of 95%
The analysis would also provide a view on the sectional cut-offs for each sub-section. This would provide an idea about the cut-off for the sub-sections as well like logical reasoning, Quantitative techniques and data interpretation, Language comprehension. It will provide you a detailed analysis of these sub-sections like the cut-off for each of these sub-sections, the difficulty level for these and idea of the marks and the percentile on those marks.