CAT: Applicants point at complete mismanagement
Author: Desk December 7, 2016
However, IIM-Bangalore said on Monday that on social media sites ,the leaking of the toughest section of last Sunday’s Common Admission Test (CAT) for the Indian Institutes of Management and other prominent business schools was an isolated incident which had been already being dealt with, yet some candidates have alleged “complete mismanagement” at the test centres.
In spite of a non-disclosure agreement, images of questions from the “data interpretation and logical reasoning” section of the test leaked online by a candidate during the test (at 3.09 pm) were circulated on social media.
It is therefore, raised the question of whether security had been compromised even though candidates were not allowed to wear shoes and socks while taking the test.
It had been also claims that some of the questions were wrong and that the score calculation for CAT 2016 was questionable.