CAT Topper 2017 list, marks, and interviews are published with the intention of sharing the stories behind the successes of our future leaders, and to inspire MBA aspirants by their example. It is a mean feat to score high in one of the toughest exams of the country. Toppers of CAT 2017 are best of best among 1.95 lakh+ test takers of Common Admission Test. If you have not yet checked your result, check result of CAT 2017 here.
At the time of publishing this story, we have come across names and details of these toppers. This is a developing story and as we come across other toppers, we will update here.
College: IIT Delhi
Sai Praneeth Reddy
Sectional Scores: VARC 64.43, DILR 73.87, QA 94.01
Sectional Percentiles: VARC 95.65, DILR 100, QA 99.97
College: IIT Madras
State: Andhra Pradesh
College: IIT Bombay
College: IIT Bombay
Sectional Scores: VARC 68.53, DILR 87.57, QA 89.86
Sectional Percentiles: VARC 97.27, DILR 100, QA 99.89
Fact: This is the fourth time that he has got 100 percentile; he is a CAT mentor
State: West Bengal
Sectional Percentiles: VARC 99.98, DILR 99.36, QA 99.26
College: NIT, Warangal
Sectional Percentiles: VARC 98.15, DILR 99.47, QA 99.89
State: Uttar Pradesh
Marks of each CAT topper are given above, alongside his or her name. Their interviews are being taken as you read this, and will be updated within 24 hours.
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IIMs organize Common Admission Test once a year, every year. Every year one IIM gets the responsibility of holding the exam on a rotational basis. For admission to academic session 2018-2020, IIM Lucknow conducted CAT exam on November 26, 2017. Its result was announced on January 8, 2018.
Getting a good score in CAT is winning half the battle, after that comes converting a call. This requires further hard work and presence of mind. IIMs and other institutes consider various factors while calling a candidate, such as past academic performance, work experience. When you get a call (get shortlisted) you need to appear in GD PI WAT as applicable in that institute.