All India Admission & Scholarship Test

No gimmick. No waiting. Make every mark count, as CL offers you a Scholarship of INR 400 for every mark you score on tuition fee of any CL program worth Rs. 30,000 and above! We will also provide you free preparation material, so that you can make the best of this opportunity.

Date & Time:

Sep 16, 2018

Available 24 hrs

Registration Closed!

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Who can apply?

Any aspirant eager to appear for CAT 2019! Graduates (or) those with work-ex considering appearing for CAT 2019. All to-be graduates considering appearing for CAT 2019 are also welcome to register for this scholarship test.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there any minimum score required to get a scholarship?

No. You will earn a scholarship of INR 400 for every mark you score in the test.

How can i avail my scholarship?

For every mark you score, you will get a scholarship of 400 on any CL Program worth 30,000 and above. The scholarship is not applicable on Classroom programs in Delhi and Kolkata.
E.g. If you end up scoring 150 marks, you will be awarded a scholarship of INR 6000 (150*4).

Will I get some preparation material?

Yes, register and login at and prepare from abundant CAT preparation material for free!

Is the Scholarship Test registration free?

No, you are required to pay INR 99/- only.

What is CAT?

Common Aptitude Test or as commonly called CAT, is an entrance exam conducted by IIMs for admission into their prestigious management courses. The result of CAT is accepted by number of other colleges and universities across India and even abroad.

When is CAT conducted?

CAT is conducted every year in either towards the end of November or Early December. In 2017 CAT was conducted on 26th November and for 2018 it is scheduled to be conducted on 25th November.

What is the pattern of CAT?

CAT 2017 had three sections: Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension - 34 questions (60 minutes)
Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning - 32 questions (60 minutes)
Quantitative Ability - 34 questions (60 minutes)

How much time is required to prepare for CAT?

As CAT is an entrance exam for a seat in the most sought-after B-schools in India, the competition is tough. So, aspirants start preparing 1 to 1.5 years in advance. And those who prefer to start their preparations a bit later, often enroll in full-time preparation courses.