One of the 100 percentile scorers in CAT 2017 is Sai Praneeth Reddy from Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh.
Here are the scores of Sai Praneeth Reddy who aspires to join IIM Ahmedabad:
Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (VARC):
Scaled Score - 64.43
Percentile - 95.65
Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning (DILR):
Scaled Score - 73.87
Percentile - 100
Quantitative Ability (QA):
Scaled Score - 94.01
Percentile - 99.97
Total Overall Scaled Score: 232.32
Overall percentile: 100
Reddy, already an IIT Madras student appeared for CAT to secure a seat in IIM. The combination of IIT and IIM degrees are one of its combo to get a top-notch career. Reddy also wants to get into IIM to acquire a better management skill along with his already achieve technology skill.
Reddy says that there are areas where you have to get your work done by others. For which you need to have a team management skills and IIM in India is the best place to learn those skills."
Reddy unravel his secret of success as the practicing mock tests from 9 am to 12pm each day without any break.
As the CAT exam has increasingly become more and more popular among students, both the competition and the rate of enrollment are also going up. This time around1,99,632 candidates have enrolled for CAT 2017 conducted by IIM Lucknow.
The Common Admission Test 2017 for candidates seeking admissions to 20 IIMs and 100 other prominent B-Schools in India was conducted on 26th November 2017 at 140 cities across India.
Now the the scores of written test is out, the IIMs will now initiate the short-listing process to invite candidates for further rounds that include Written Ability Test (WAT), Personal Interview (PI) and/or Group Discussion (GD). Based on these two merits, the candidates are selected for a coveted IIM seat.