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CAT 2020: Official ‘Answer Key’ to be releases soon, Check details here

CAT 2020: Common Admission Test i.e. CAT or CAT 2020 was conducted yesterday, Sunday, November 29 at the examination centers set up in various states across the country. Nearly 2.7 lakh candidates had registered for the CAT exam and with the necessary security measures in view of the number of candidates by the Examination Authority amidst the demand for postponement of the exam in view of the re-rising cases of Covid-19 epidemic- The examination was successfully completed in three shifts of two hours. After conducting the examination, the candidates are now waiting for the CAT 2020 official ‘Answer Key’. Although various private coaching institutes have made the non-official CAT ‘Answer Key’ available, candidates will have to wait for the CAT Official ‘Answer Key’ 2020 at the moment.

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CAT 2020 official ‘Answer Key’: likely to be released in the first week of December

On the other hand, according to various media reports, CATofficial ‘Answer Key’ can be made available by the first week of December i.e. next Monday. However, no official announcement has been made by the Common Admission Test 2020 Authority regarding CAT official ‘Answer Key 2020′. Candidates should wait for CATAnswer Key’. Candidates should note that after the release of the official ‘Answer Key’, they will be able to download the official website created for the exam, iimcat.ac.in. In such a situation, the candidates should keep visiting the examination portal from time to time for CAT  official ‘Answer Key’.

CAT 2020 examination was Moderate-Difficult

Yesterday, the candidates who appeared in the different three shifts of the CAT exam, which was held on November 29, considered the questions asked in this year’s exam to be of moderate-default level. According to some students who appeared in the exam, the Verbal Ability and Reading Cooperation (VARC) had a lot of tricky questions and this section was the most difficult part of the exam. At the same time, the Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning (DILR) section was considered by the candidates as Moderate Difficult. Whereas, the quant section was considered easier by the examinees than others.

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