CMAT Exam Analysis 2024 (Shift 1 & 2): Check Difficulty Level of Paper, Expected Cut Offs

Common Management Admission Test 2024 ( CMAT )

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Updated on May 15, 2024 17:13 IST

CMAT 2024 analysis  - NTA is conducting the CMAT 2024 exam today in two shifts. The CMAT exam analysis 2024 for both shifts will be shared here. The first shift (9:00 am to 12:00 pm) is over and as per the initial analysis, the exam was moderate. The second shift of CMAT 2024 was held from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm, and the paper of second shift was also moderate. 

CMAT 2024 paper analysis by experts will contain detailed discussion on difficulty level of the exam, topic wise questions asked, number of good attempts and expected CMAT 2024 cut offs. It will help candidates in assessing their performance and estimating their CMAT 2024 scores. 

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CMAT 2024 exam analysis - shift 1 and 2

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CMAT 2024 Analysis: Sectional Break up

The CMAT 2024 question paper has five sections having 20 questions each. Check the section-wise difficulty levels of different sections of CMAT 2024.

CMAT 2024 section

Number of questions

Difficulty Level (expected)

Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation

20

Moderate

Logical Reasoning

20

Easy

Language Comprehension

20

Easy

General Awareness

20

Moderate

Innovation & Entrepreneurship

20

Easy

Q:   What is the difficulty level of CMAT exam?

A:
CMAT is one of the easier MBA entrance exams. Despite having an extra section, the overall difficulty level of CMAT exam is generally moderate. However, it has been seen previously that some questions in Logical Reasoning and General Awareness sections of CMAT turn out to be more difficult than questions of Quantitative Techniques, Language Comprehension and Innovation and Entrepreneurship. If a candidate can solve about 70-75 of the total questions with about 80 per cent accuracy in each section, they can score well in CMAT. The sectional difficulty in CMAT is as follows: 1. Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation: Moderate 2. Logical Reasoning: Easy to Moderate 3. Language Comprehension: Easy to Moderate 4. General Awareness: Moderate 5. Innovation & Entrepreneurship: Moderate For the latest exam pattern and difficulty level of CMAT click here: https://www.shiksha.com/mba/cmat-exam-analysis.
 

Q:   Which is the lengthiest section in CMAT?

A:
Since the Language Comprehension section of CMAT includes reading comprehension passages, it can be considered a lengthy section. However, there is a possibility of any other section to be lengthier. For example, Logical Reasoning questions or Data Interpretation questions can also be lengthy, due to multiple levels of calculations. The weightage of each section is same in CMAT I. e. 20 questions and 80 marks, so it doesn't really matter which section is lengthy as candidates have to meet sectional cut offs to be able to get a good overall score. It is not mandatory to solve all 100 questions in CMAT so candidates have the choice of dropping lengthy questions and solving easier questions. So, the best option is to skip the lengthy questions and solve other questions correctly. Doing so will ensure that the candidate doesn't fall short of time as well as good questions to solve.
 

Q:   Which section of CMAT question paper has the maximum weightage?

A:
All the five sections of CMAT question paper has equal weightage of 20 questions. Each question carries four marks for correct attempt. One mark is deducted per incorrect entry. There is no marks deduction for unanswered question. Therefore, each section of CMAT will have equal weightage of 80 marks. Given below is the sectional weightage of CMAT exam. 1. English Comprehension: 20 questions, 80 marks 2. General Knowledge: 20 questions, 80 marks 3. Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation: 20 questions, 80 marks 4. Data Interpretation and Reasoning: 20 questions, 80 marks 5. Innovation and Entrepreneurship: 20 questions, 80 marks Since, all the sections of CMAT have same weightage, it is important for candidates to prepare for each section well. If you will score equally will in every section, only then will your overall score will be good. Also, many colleges consider sectional scores as well for admission shortlist so it is important to perform equally well in all sections of CMAT.
 

CMAT 2024 Analysis: Exam Highlights

  • CMAT exam 2024 was easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level
  • Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation section of CMAT 2024 was moderately difficult
  • There were no geometry and algebra questions
  • Logical Reasoning section of CMAT 2024 was easy
  • Language Comprehension of CMAT 2024 was also easy. Had a good number of grammar questions. 
  • General Awareness section of CMAT had static GK and International events questions
  • Innovation & Entrepreneurship questions were easy and based on fundamental aspects of business

Q:   What is the latest CMAT exam pattern?

A:
The latest CMAT exam pattern as prescribed by the National Testing Agency NTA is as follows: The question paper carries 100 question. The format of questions is multiple choice type where for each question, four options are given to choose the correct answer from. The 100 questions are divided equally between five sections, Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation, Language Comprehension, Logical Reasoning, General Awareness and Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Each of the five sections carry 20 questions. Earlier, there were only four sections in CMAT and each section has 25 questions. In 2021, Innovation and Entrepreneurship was added as the fifth section. The time limit for CMAT is 180 minutes without sectional time limit or break. As per the latest marking scheme, for every correct option 4 marks are awarded and for every incorrect option, one mark is deducted. There is no negative marking for unanswered questions.
 

Q:   Which is the lengthiest section in CMAT?

A:
Since the Language Comprehension section of CMAT includes reading comprehension passages, it can be considered a lengthy section. However, there is a possibility of any other section to be lengthier. For example, Logical Reasoning questions or Data Interpretation questions can also be lengthy, due to multiple levels of calculations. The weightage of each section is same in CMAT I. e. 20 questions and 80 marks, so it doesn't really matter which section is lengthy as candidates have to meet sectional cut offs to be able to get a good overall score. It is not mandatory to solve all 100 questions in CMAT so candidates have the choice of dropping lengthy questions and solving easier questions. So, the best option is to skip the lengthy questions and solve other questions correctly. Doing so will ensure that the candidate doesn't fall short of time as well as good questions to solve.
 

Q:   What is the section wise weightage in CMAT?

A:
CMAT has five sections. Every section of the CMAT exam has 20 questions. Each question of the five sections carries four marks for correct answer and one mark is deducted for every incorrect answer. Therefore, the total marks of each section is 80 and the total marks of the CMAT exam is 400. The CMAT percentile is calculated on the basis of marks scored by candidates on 400. Given below is the sectional break up of CMAT exam: 1. Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation: 20 questions of 4 marks each 2. Logical Reasoning: 20 questions of 4 marks each 3. Language Comprehension: 20 questions of 4 marks each 4. General Awareness: 20 questions of 4 marks each 5. Innovation & Entrepreneurship: 20 questions of 4 marks each.
 

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CMAT 2024 Analysis – Shift 1

CMAT 2024 shift 1 saw no change in the exam pattern or test structure from previous years. The CMAT difficulty level was moderate. Check below, section wise CMAT exam analysis 2024.

CMAT 2024 Analysis shift 1: Language Comprehension

In the Language Comprehension section of CMAT 2024 Shift 1, the questions were majorly based on grammar. The RC passages were easy. Questions ranged from parajumble, fill in the blanks, idioms/phrases, nouns, pronouns, articles, adjectives, adverbs, vocabulary, etc. About 16-17 correct attempts will be considered good in this section.

CMAT 2024 Analysis shift 1: Quantitative Techniques

The Quantitative Techniques section of shift 1 of CMAT 2024 was moderate. The questions were asked from Arithmetic, Number System, Probability, Permutation & Combination, Set Theory, etc. About 16-17 correct attempts will be considered good in this section.

CMAT 2024 Analysis shift 1: Logical Reasoning

This section of CMAT 2024 shift 1 had questions from arrangements, blood relations, series, statements, venn diagram, coding, statements, etc. Overall, the section was easy and 16-17 correct attempts will be considered good.

CMAT 2024 Analysis shift 1: Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Innovation & Entrepreneurship section of CMAT 2024 shift 1 was easy as always. Questions were based on entrepreneurship, business affairs, corporate, new schemes, policies, markets and economy. 16-17 correct attempts will be considered good.

CMAT 2024 Analysis shift 1: General Knowledge

The GK section of shift 1 was moderate. There were questions on Lionel Messi's birth place, Kathakali dance, Asian Games 2026, father of Green Revolution, Author of My Life, panchayat system, constitution day, civilization, ancient empires, etc. About 10-12 correct attempts will be good in this section.

CMAT 2024 Analysis – Shift 2

CMAT 2024 Analysis – Shift 2, will be shared here soon. Check below the sectional break up:

  • Language Comprehension: 20 questions
  • Quantitative Techniques: 20 questions
  • Logical Reasoning: 20 questions
  • Innovation & Entrepreneurship: 20 questions
  • General Knowledge: 20 questions

CMAT Exam Analysis 2023: Section-wise Topics

The CMAT question paper 2023 had questions from the usual topics which are asked every year. The questions were more or less evenly distributed across topics, which made the paper easy and doable for candidates. Check the table below for topics from which questions were asked in CMAT 2023 exam:

CMAT 2023 section

Topics

Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation

Percentages, Time-speed-distance, Time-work, Ratio-Proportion, Profit & Loss, Compound Interest, Averages, Mensuration, Triangles, Probability, Properties of Numbers, Table and Pie Chart

Logical Reasoning

Directions, Series Completion, Number Relations, Linear Arrangement, Family Tree¸ Coding, Misc Arrangement, Set Theory and Verbal Reasoning, Simple Equations

Language Comprehension

Reading Comprehension, Idioms, Spelling, Antonym/Synonym, Fill in the Blanks, Direct Speech, Identify the Correct Statement and Parajumble

General Awareness

Sports, Constitution, History, Books and Authors, Awards, Physics, Geography

Innovation & Entrepreneurship

RC, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Business Personalities

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Q:   Which are the top colleges for MBA with CMAT score of 65-75 percentile?

A:
Candidates with CMAT score of 65-75 percentile, must not feel bad about their comparatively low score. There are number of good MBA colleges in India which accept CMAT scores in this range for their postgraduate management courses. Some of the college that accept CMAT score of 65-75 percentile include, BIMTECH-Greater Noida, BIT-Mesra, DY Patil School of Management-Pune, DY Patil School of Management-Pune, Calcutta Business School, New Delhi Institute of Management (NDIM) New Delhi, Xavier Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship (XIME) Chennai, IES Management College And Research Centre, Mumbai, Jaipuria Institute of Management Noida, FIIB Delhi: Fortune Institute of International Business, Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII Ahmedabad), VESIM Mumbai, Durgadevi Saraf Institute of Management Studies, Delhi School of Business, EMPI Business School New Delhi, Jaypee Business School (JBS) Noida, International Institute of Management Studies (IIMS) Pune among others.
 

Q:   Which are the top colleges for MBA with CMAT score of 95 plus percentile?

A:
95 percentile and is a very good score in CMAT if you are looking for a college with decent reviews, placements and moderate fees. Some of the top MBA colleges which accept candidates with CMAT score of 95 percentile and above include Jamnlal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies-Mumbai, Goa Institute of Management (GIM) Goa, KJ Somaiya Institute of Management-Mumbai, Sydenham Institute of Management Studies Research and Entrepreneurship Education (SIMSREE) Mumbai, Great Lakes Institute of Management-Chennai, University of Pune, Dept of Management Sciences and Xavier Institute of Social Service, Ranchi to name a few. Admission process of these colleges include personality assessment test which may include group discussion and Personal Interview . or only Personal Interview . Candidates must check the admission dates and academic eligibility criteria before applying to the MBA courses offered by these colleges.
 

Q:   Which are the top colleges for MBA with CMAT score of 80 to 85 percentile?

A:
If you score between 80 to 85 percentile CMAT you need not worry about admission. There are a large number of MBA colleges that accept candidates with CMAT score in the range of 80 to 85 percentile. A number of government as well as private institutes with good infrastructure and placements are within your reach. Some of those popular colleges include, Welingkar Institute of Management-Mumbai, Welingkar Institute of Management-Bangalore, Indian Institute of Information Technology & Management, IFIM-Bangalore, IFMR- Chennai, NIBM-Pune, NL Dalmiya Institute of Management, IMT Hyderabad, IMT Nagpur, XISS Ranchi, ITM Navi Mumbai, Jaipuria Institute of Management Noida, Xavier Business School-Xavier University, Great Lakes Institute of Management-Gurgaon, BIMTECH-Greater Noida, XIME-Bangalore, ISBM-Pune, Jaipuria Institute of Management Lucknow, KIIT School of Management, IPE Hyderabad, SIES College of Management Studies-Navi Mumbai and Chetana Institute of Management and Research-Mumbai among others.
 

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Q:   How many questions are asked in GK section of CMAT?

A:
There are 20 questions from General Knowledge in CMAT. All the questions are in MCQ format. Four options are given for each question to choose the right answer from. The General Knowledge section of CMAT is usually of a higher difficulty level but as it is a memory based section, it can be completed in maximum 15 minutes. The questions pertain to static GK and Current Affairs. Topics included in CMAT GK section are business, politics, awards, inventions, Science and technology, sports, society, world, advertising, trade, books and authors, arts, entertainment, history, geography and politics. Candidates should attempt the GK section in the end as the main criteria for MBA are English Quantitative Aptitude Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation. The candidate's main focus should be on getting maximum questions correct in these three sessions. GK can be handled at the end.
 

Q:   How many questions should I solve to get a good score in CMAT?

A:
Since every section of CMAT has 20 questions in total, solving 15-18 questions in each section with 80 per cent accuracy is considered a good attempt in CMAT and it can ensure good percentile in the exam. In GK section, about 10-12 correct attempts will be enough. Out of 100 questions, candidates must try to solve about 70-75 questions to get 99 percentile. However, candidates must aim to solve higher number of questions with maximum accuracy and minimise on negative marking. To be able to achieve this target, candidates need to prepare for the CMAT in a dedicated and disciplined manner. The candidate must keep minimum three months aside for completing the CMAT syllabus as they have to study five subjects and their numerous topics. If they have appeared for CAT XAT and IIFT exam then they can complete the CMAT syllabus in one month too. However, it is advised that candidates spend at least three months on the CMAT syllabus for complete preparation.
 

Q:   What is the time duration of CMAT exam?

A:
The CMAT exam is conducted for three hours or 180 minutes. There is no sectional time limit in CMAT unlike in CAT or XAT. No break is given to candidates in between the exam. Extra 30 minutes are granted to PwD candidates for completing the paper. Candidates must manage the three hours in such a way that they get enough time to spend on every section of CMAT exam. Candidates can divide time among all five sections of the CMAT question paper according to their convenience. They must make a time management strategy ahead of the exam so that they are able to solve a good number of questions in each section and reach the sectional cut off. GK is a memory based section and you need to get 8-10 questions correct to get meet the sectional cut off. So attempt it in the end and not spend more than 10 minutes on it.
 

CMAT Analysis FAQs

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Q:   What are the important topics of CMAT syllabus?

A:
CMAT has five sections - Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation, Logical Reasoning, Language Comprehension, General Awareness and Innovation & Entrepreneurship. Important topics of CMAT across all the five sections are listed below: 1. Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation: Time-speed-distance, Ratio-Proportion, Profit and Loss, SICI, Average, Partnership, Triangles Probability Surds, HCF-LCM, Quad equations, Quad inequality, Graphs, Tables, Bar, Pie Chart 2. Logical Reasoning: Family Tree, Analytical Reasoning, Linear Arrangements, Number Series, Matrix Arrangements, Blood Relationship Tests, Coding-Decoding, etc. 3. Language Comprehension: Synonym, Antonym, Fill in the Blanks, Idioms, Match the Following, Reading Comprehension, Identify the Correct Statement, Direct/Indirect Speech, Classify the Sentence, Question Tag, Parajumble 4. General Awareness: Economy, Business, World, Politics, Sports, Culture, Society 5. Innovation & Entrepreneurship: Concepts of Entrepreneurship, Overview of Entrepreneurship, Evolution of Entrepreneurship in India, Role of Entrepreneurship in Economic Development, Theories and Models of Entrepreneurship, Framework of Entrepreneurship Theories, Models of Entrepreneurship, Emerging Models of Corporate Entrepreneurship, Dimensions of Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial Society, Entrepreneurial Culture, Rural Entrepreneurship, etc.
 

Q:   Is there any negative marking in CMAT?

A:
Yes, there is negative marking in CMAT exam. For each wrong answer, 1 mark will be deducted. For example, if a candidate attempts 18 questions from Logical Reasoning and gets 15 questions correct but 3 questions incorrect. Then the candidate's score for this section will be 15x4-3, i.e. 57. However, no marks will be deducted for unanswered questions. Thus, candidates must choose only those questions to solve which they are sure of solving accurately. It is anyway not possible to solve all 100 questions, so candidates must weigh their options viz. Strength and weak areas and then choose questions carefully. If candidates are not sure of answering a question correctly or it is taking too much time, then they should leave that questions and move to next as they also need to keep a tab on the time limit.
 

Q:   What is the section wise weightage in CMAT?

A:
CMAT has five sections. Every section of the CMAT exam has 20 questions. Each question of the five sections carries four marks for correct answer and one mark is deducted for every incorrect answer. Therefore, the total marks of each section is 80 and the total marks of the CMAT exam is 400. The CMAT percentile is calculated on the basis of marks scored by candidates on 400. Given below is the sectional break up of CMAT exam: 1. Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation: 20 questions of 4 marks each 2. Logical Reasoning: 20 questions of 4 marks each 3. Language Comprehension: 20 questions of 4 marks each 4. General Awareness: 20 questions of 4 marks each 5. Innovation & Entrepreneurship: 20 questions of 4 marks each.
 

Q:   Is CMAT easier than CAT?

A:

Yes, CMAT is much easier that CAT exam. Despite the fact that CMAT and CAT syllabus are same and that CMAT has two more sections than CAT the former is much easier than the latter. The CAT exam is usually of moderate to high difficulty level, whereas the CMAT exam is of easy to moderate difficulty level.

There are key differences between CMAT and CAT which make the former easier. There is no sectional time limit in CMAT so candidates do not face the pressure of completing a given section within certain time limit. In CAT there are 4-5 Reading Comprehension passages which are 500-600 words, and 12-14 question.

In CMAT there is usually, only one Reading Comprehension passage, having 4 questions. The Quantitative Aptitude questions of CMAT are also easier than CAT and so are Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation questions. It is easier to score high percentile in CMAT as the number of applicants is more than one Lacs less in CAT.

 

Q:   What is the CMAT marking scheme?

A:
CMAT marking scheme is straightforward. If they can recall their attempts or have the answer key with them then they can calculate their CMAT raw score by adding and subtracting scores as per correct and incorrect attempts. Check CMAT marking scheme below: 1. For every correct attempt, 4 marks is awarded and for every incorrect answer, 1 mark is deducted. 2. For every unanswered question, the candidate will be marked zero. Given below is the process of calculating the CMAT score with the help of the CMAT answer key. Every section has 20 questions, so suppose in Quantitative Techniques section you got 14 questions right, 2 questions wrong and skipped 4 questions. So, your score will be 54 out of 80. Similarly, calculate the score of other sections. After the add all five to arrive as overall raw score. For example, you scored 54, 44, 75, 60 and 40 in five sections, then your sum total will be 203/400. You can read more about CMAT scoring process here: https://www.shiksha.com/mba/articles/cmat-score-vs-percentile-how-to-calculate-blogId-19977 https://www.shiksha.com/mba/articles/what-is-cmat-score-normalization-process-blogId-53987.
 

Q:   How to download CMAT 2024 results and scorecards?

A:

Once released, candidates who have appeared for the CMAT exam must follow the below-mentioned step by step procedure to download results and scorecards: 

Step 1: Visit the official website of CMAT at cmat.nta.nic.in.

Step 2: Scroll down to Student Activity notification box and click on 'CMAT Score Card'

Step 3: On the next page, fill in details including, Application Number, Date of Birth and Security Pin.

Step 4: After entering all details mentioned in step 3, click on 'Login'

Step 5: On the next, check details regarding CMAT scores.

 

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Answered 3 days ago

To get admission to the MBA program at HBTI, a CMAT score of 150 or higher is required. This corresponds to a percentile of around 60-70 in the CMAT exam. For the MAT exam, a score of 500 or higher is required, which is equivalent to a percentile of around 80-90

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Answered 3 days ago

The CMAT cut off marks at IMS Indore may vary every year depending on several factors including the number of candidates, difficulty level of the exam and availability of seats. Although the specific cut-off marks for the OBC category have not been publicly detailed, the general trend shows that a C

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Simran Seth

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Yes, Apeejay Institute of Management and Engineering Technical Campus accepts CMAT scores for admission to  MBA. To be eligible for admission candidates are required to score well in the CMAT entrance exam. After filling out the selection criteria candidates can apply by visiting the official websit

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Answered 2 weeks ago

CMAT result 2024 will be declared by the National Testing Agency NTA most likely in the last week of May. The NTA does not announce the CMAT result date beforehand. However, going by the past year trends and the exam schedule of CMAT 2023 one can expect the release of CMAT 2024 scorecard by the end

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Vishakha

Contributor-Level 10

Answered 2 weeks ago

Displayed in the table below are the distance MBA colleges across India that accept CMAT scores, along with their respective total tuition fees:

Distance MBA CollegesTotal Tuition Fee
SRM IST KattankulathurINR 9 lakh
VMOU - Vardhman Mahaveer Open UniversityINR 22,000
Dr. C.V. Raman UniversityINR 64,000
All India Management Association DelhiINR 1 lakh
ATM Global Business School DelhiINR 4 lakh

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Tasbiya Khan

Contributor-Level 10

Answered 2 weeks ago

Pursuing MBA colleges accepting CMAT score in India can be affordable. Listed below are some of the colleges which are having tuition fees of less than INR 1 lakh:

Low-cost MBA CollegesTotal Tuition Fee
Tezpur UniversityINR 63,000
Gujarat UniversityINR 80,000
B.K. School of Professional and Management Studies AhmedabadINR 40,000 - INR 80,000
MNNIT AllahabadINR 48,000
University of KalyaniINR 70,000

Disclaimer: This information is sourced from the official website.

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Tasbiya Khan

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Answered 2 weeks ago

If you haven't received your CMAT scorecard yet but need to fill out the IIIT Allahabad MBA application form, you can take the following steps:

 

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Bhavesh Jain

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Answered 3 weeks ago

Yes by CMAT any student can get admission in Karnataka State Akkamahadevi Women's University for MBA course and also by CAT, XAT, MAT any student is eligible for the course but also he or she would a minimum 60% in graduation in any course. There are only 60 seats for MBA in Karnataka State Akkamaha

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Satyaki saha

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The CMAT cut-off for Acharya Institute of Technology, Bangalore generally varies each year depending on the applicant pool and exam difficulty. For the MBA program, candidates typically need to score around the 60-70 percentile to be competitive. Specific cut-off scores for the 2024 admission cycle

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Satyam Singh

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Answered a month ago

Yes, you can get admission through ACPC CMAT score in CPIMR for MBA as the college accepts CMAT scores for MBA admissions.

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    4.5

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