MICAT II February 2018 Test Analysis

MICA Notification for MICAT I December 2017 and MICAT II February 2018 aspirants was out on 26th September 2017. MICAT is a 2 hrs 45 minutes online test divided into 6 sections which starts with Psychometric test which is qualifying Test. It's followed by Verbal ability, Quantitative ability, General awareness, Divergent-Convergent reasoning Test and Descriptive test which make it a unique test. MICAT will be conducted twice for selection of PGDM-C 2018-20 batch. Better of the two MICAT Scores will be considered. MICA considers CAT/XAT/GMAT scores along with MICAT scores to shortlists candidates for GE-PI process. Hence, if you are interested and have applied to MICA, stay tuned with this page to get latest updates about MICA, guidance to prepare for MICAT 2017 and detailed analysis by IMS experts.

What’s in store for you?

MICAT II February 2018 Test Analysis

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MICAT Past Test Analysis

  Availability:  Date Availability: Time
MICAT I Dec 2017 17th December 2017 View
MICAT II Feb 2017 12th February 2017 View
MICAT I Dec 2016 11th December 2016 View
MICAT II Feb 2016 14th February 2016 View
MICAT I Dec 2015 13th December 2015 View

Points to remember:

  • Your completed application form is a very critical document that can be a deal breaker if you're careless in preparing it. Application forms mostly include a synopsis of personal, academic and professional accomplishments.
  • Ensure that you print/photocopy copies of the application form (even if it is online) before you start, as you may make errors while filling a form. You may need to revise the content of your form details a number of times before finalising the same. Use of simple language is recommended. You do not need to impress by using a multitude of adjectives. Your accomplishments should speak for themselves. Even though you may use a spell-checker, get someone you trust to read through everything, and look for typos or grammatical errors. Once you are assured of the content, proceed to submitting the form - offline or online, as the case may be.
  • It is recommended that you maintain a file with a copy of your application and all the documents, including the copy of the DD that you sent to the Institute, for future reference.
  • If you have any queries or would like to know if you should consider registering to MICAT, visiting the nearest IMS Learning Centre. To meet a counsellor or to locate the nearest IMS Learning Center, click here or write to us at ims@imsindia.com or call us on 1800-1234-467.
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