AICTE has kept its promise and it has declared CMAT September 2014 results on October 30. Today All India Merit list has published the outcome of 43212 contenders. The contenders have acquired quite well marks from 40 to 323 out of 400 in the first test for admission in CMAT. 11 candidates have scored from 300 to 323.
AICTE announced the result today morning where they have awarded raw marks along with the percentile. That means the student who have scored 323 has gained 100 percentile.
CMAT is actually a computer based test. It is one of the important and largest tests for the students who want to conduct MBA/PGDM. These entrance tests of required degrees conducted by AICTE facilitate admission in various management programs in 400+ B schools across the whole country. CMAT Sep 2014 was conducted on September 25 and it continued till September 28 in 2 sessions on each exam day.
View, Download and Print Score Card Sep 2014
CMAT takers can view, download and print their score cards from the CMAT official site by clicking on the View Score Card on the home page. All India merit list is also displayed in CMAT website. The right hand side ‘Results’ bar will open up a new window with previous results. There the students will be able to see earlier CMAT results. The candidates will be able to download their electronically generated result card from: //www.aicte-cmat.in by using their login details. They will be able to see it for one month as it will be available till 30th November.
Every student must click View Score Card. In the next window their login id will be needed and after giving it everybody will be able to see their results. They can also take a print of the result if they wish to apply for PGDM program from 2015-2017.
CMAT doesn’t disqualify the test taker
CMAT doesn’t disqualify any test takers. According to AICTE, the results will rank all the candidates who took part in the examination and it will show their ability towards management education and it will show them their place in the merit list. There will not be any elimination process. It is just a process to show the students their place in the merit list. The aim of AICTE is to make it easy for the institutions to select the perfect candidates according to their acquired marks. The candidates who have scored negative marks have also gained their place in the merit list. Thus they can explore their possibilities of joining different B schools.
Maximum Score Up
In Feb 2013 the highest score was 317 out of 400 but this September the scoring pattern displays a better result with the highest marks being 323 out of 400. However the scores were even higher in September 2013 when it was 326/400 and in May 2013 when it was 355/400. As per the pattern the lowest marks were in Feb 2014 because of the rise of difficulty level.
It is interesting to note here that admission in academic year 2015 in JBIMS, Mumbai will be based on CAT, MAHCET and GMAT. CMAT will not shortlist there.
The scores obtained in CMAT 2014 have been calculated by the following method:
+4 marks for every correct answer
-1 marks for every incorrect answer
0 marks for no answer
National Merit List
A national merit ranking has arrived. When same number will be scored by different candidates the results will be done by sectional score in the order of:
Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation
If that doesn’t solve the problem then same Rank has been assigned to all of the students. But they will display their names alphabetically. The Rank of the subsequent candidate has been extended by the number of additional students having the same rank. For example if three students are at 10th Rank, the subsequent candidate will be ranked 13th.
AICTE has awarded percentile along with the raw marks in the national merit list. The calculation criterion is as follows:
Percentile P = ((N- your rank)/N) x 100
(Where P is percentile and N is total number of candidates appeared for exam)