The Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Indore will be releasing the CAT 2020 answer key along with CAT response sheet for each slot, in online mode, anytime soon. In order to check their CAT 2020 answer key and response sheet, candidates will have to visit iimcat.ac.in the official website and log in using their login id and password. Authorities will also release the objection form along with the answer key. Students can raise objections against answers that they feel are incorrect within the given time stamp.
CAT 2020 Answer Key – Important Dates
|CAT exam date||29 November 2020|
|CAT 2020 individual response sheet and question paper release date||Anytime soon|
|Last date to challenge the CAT answer key||The second week of December 2020|
|Release of the final answer key for CAT|
|Declaration of CAT result||The first week of January 2021|
How to Download the CAT 2020 Answer Key Online?
Candidates are advised to visit the official website and follow the steps mentioned below to download their answer key for the CAT exam. Alternatively, they can also click on the direct link that will be provided below for the ease of the candidate once the answer key is out.
- Visit the official website – iimcat.ac.in
- Click on the “Registered Candidate Login” tab.
- Enter your login id and password.
- Click on “Submit.”
- Choose the shift in which you appeared for the exam.
- Your answer key and response sheet will be displayed on the screen.
- Save a copy or take a print out for future reference.
Click here to download (Link will be activated once the answer key is out).
Details Mentioned in the Answer Key for CAT 2020
- Name of the candidates
- The registration or roll number of the candidate
- Question id
- The correct answer id
About CAT 2020
The Common Admission Test (CAT) is a national level exam conducted by the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) every year. CAT is an aptitude based exam that tests the candidates in areas such as Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (VARC), Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning (DILR), and Quantitative Ability (QA). After qualifying CAT, a candidate can get into top B Schools in India.
CAT is a Computer Based Test (CBT) of 180 min. A total of 100 MCQs are asked, and each correct response gets three marks. There is a generic negative marking scheme that is followed. Candidates must remember that to get into a reputed B School, he/she has to achieve a high score. IIM CAT is one of the toughest nuts to crack. Aspirants must prepare well to ace the examination.