New Updates CAT 2010 Eligibilty Comparision over the Years Duration and Patterns Test Centres XAT 2011 About XAT Eligibility Duration and Patterns Registration Procedure Important Dates XAT Papers XAT Institutes Institutes Downloads CAT Preparation CAT 06 Miscellaneous  The table below gives the likely percentiles that 25 MBA schools, other than the IIMs, are expected to accept this year. Your percentile needs to be in the 98+ range if you plan to apply to the IIMs. Your other option is to give the other MBA entrance exams a shot. Here is a brief look at the various exams held postCAT and the institutes that accept the results of these entrance exams: JMET3 section paper (150 questions, 2 hours)
Negative marking: 1/4th mark NMAT200 questions, 150 minutes
Institute you can apply to: NMIMS FMSPattern varies (175 questions, 2 hours)
Marks per question: +4 for the correct answer and 1 for the incorrect answer. Institute you can apply to: FMS SNAP3 sections (two sections have questions with one mark each; the remaining section has questions with two marks each)
Negative marking  1/4th mark per wrong answer Institutes you can also apply to: SIBM, SCMHRD, SIIB, in that order XAT 2006127 questions, 150 minutes.
Institutes you can also apply to: SP Jain, XIMB, LIBA, GIM, in that order Preparation for the above exams is similar to CAT in many ways. However, you will need to change your strategy. You will need to understand the pattern of each of these exams and adapt yourself to the speed requirement. Most of these exams are different from CAT in terms of the speed requirement and difficulty level. Except XAT, most of these exams are expected to have questions of a lesser level of difficulty as compared to CAT. At the same time, the number of questions that needs to be solved will increase dramatically.

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