IIM Lucknow has released the question paper and answer keys for the CAT 2017 exam which was held on November 26, 2017. Along with the questions and answer keys, the objection form has also been made available until December 9, 2017.
The Objection Form
The candidates who want to challenge the answer keys can put forth their objections by 2 pm on 9th December 2017. It should be noted that the candidates who wish to submit their objections will have to pay a stipulated fee of Rs. 1000/- to submit the objection form.
So, the candidates are required to check the answer keys thoroughly and check their respective objections properly and submit the objection form by providing a significant source to support their objections.
A Positive move to Make CAT exam more transparent
By releasing the answer keys and the objection form, the IIMs has been moving in a positive direction to make the CAT exam more transparent and error-free. With the answer keys and objection form available, the candidates can now approximate their respective scores and even give feedback and raise their objections without much hassle.
Steps to Check Answer Keys and Submit Objection Form
The candidates can follow the below-given steps to check the answer keys and submit their objection to IIM Lucknow.
- Visit the official website of IIM CAT.
- Click on 2017 question paper and objection form
- Login using personal credentials
- Check the answer keys and get the objection form there
CAT 2017 Results
IIM Lucknow is still yet to declare the official date for CAT 2017 results. The candidates can visit CAT result 2017 to check further details and get notified at the earliest. The pattern of the CAT 2017 exam was similar to the past year and the marking scheme has also remained unchanged.
The candidates who successfully secure excellent percentile can expect to be shortlisted by the IIMs for WAT and PI. It should be noted that apart from CAT 2017 scores, IIMs consider various other records like past academic performances, work experiences, etc. to shortlist the potential candidates for their successive rounds.