The aspirants who registered successfully for the CAT exam can download their CAT Admit Card from the official website after it is released by the conducting IIM.
Often there are some problems that the aspirants face while trying to access their admit cards. The errors might be in the personal details, like the candidates who are appearing may have their name or date of birth printed incorrectly on the admit card. In such cases, the candidates might face any unforeseen circumstances. The candidates are requested to correct the errors as soon as possible, lest they might be disqualified for the exam later.
The candidates are now requested to check all the details printed on the admit card are correct or not. This has been instructed by the CAT convenor Prof, Rajendra K Bandi, IIM – Bangalore.
No need to panic if the Admit Card is not Received
The candidates have reported that they are not been able to view or download their admit cards from the site and many others have found a blank card. The candidates caught up in this kind of situation need not worry.
There is a possibility that candidates might have registered themselves on the site multiple times or maybe have registered during the extended dates for registration. CAT exam considers the most recent attempt for registering as the final registration form. If you try logging into the site with your other user ID and password, then the admit card will show blank.
Before trying to access your Admit Card – keep these things in mind:
- Use your desktop or laptop for logging in and the recommended browser instead of logging in from your phone.
- Use your most recent login ID and password that you have used for your registration and not the earlier one. As the most recent details will be recognized for the registration for the application of the CAT exam.
- Candidates need to fix a recent colour passport-type picture on the printed copy of the Admit Card.
Candidates will be able to view, download and print the admit card until the date of the exam. Admit card is a mandatory document to be carried along with a photo identity and caste certificate (if any) to the examination centre.