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CMAT 2017, 2016 and 2015 Results
According to CMAT 2017 results, a score between 350-329 was equivalent to percentile, a score between 328-316 was equivalent to 99.99 percentile, a score between 315-307 was equivalent to 99.98 percentile, a score between 295-294 was equivalent to 99.9 percentile and a score of 290 was equivalent to 99.86 percentile.
For your reference and a better understanding of the test, we have also mentioned CMAT 2016 and 2015 First and Second test results.
According to CMAT 2016 results, a score of 300 was equivalent to 100 percentile, a score between 296-283 was equivalent to 99.99 percentile, a score between 278-273 was equivalent to 99.98 percentile, a score between 278-273 was equivalent to 99.98 percentile and a score between 252-251 was equivalent to 99.84 percentile.
According to CMAT September 2014 results, a score of 251 was equivalent to 99.13 percentile and a score of 185 was equivalent to 90.05 percentile.
According to CMAT February 2015 results, a score of 220 was equivalent to 99.55 percentile and a score of 198 was equivalent to 98.64 percentile.
Most of you might wonder what do I do next once the results are declared?
The B School Admit battle does not end with you performing well in the various tests. The second stage of selection, i.e., the GD/Essay and PI round, is equally important. Every Institute has a different & specific Process for the second stage of selection. If you are an IMS Student and shortlisted for the second round, you will be helped with the same.
Do get in touch with at your respective centre to know more about the process and to get help on preparation for further GDPI Preparation and Institute specific GDPI preparation (based on the calls you receive from the specific Institutes - the Top 30 B Schools as recommended by IMS, click here to view the list).
If you are not an IMS Student you can learn more about the GDPI and the National Achievers’ Workshop which is a two day event conducted by IMS on a regional level for all Top 30 B School Call getters (as recommended by IMS). Know More