CMAT September 2014 results are out, 44,212 candidates qualify

CMAT September 2014 results are out

 

All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi has declared the results of Common Management Aptitude Test (CMAT) September 2014.

All India merit list has displayed the fate of 43212 candidates who have scored between the highest marks 323 to the lowest - 40 out of 400 in CMAT first test for admission session 2015-16. 11 Candidates have scored 300 to 323 marks.

Accordingly the candidate who has scored 323 marks has been awarded 100 percentile. Candidates have to visit the official website of CMAT to see the results.

Candidates can also download the CMAT September 2014 score card from the CMAT website by entering their login-id and password.

More than 50,000 candidates had registered for the CMAT September 2014 exam. It was a 5 day test window and had started on September 25 and had concluded on September 29, 2014.

According to the students, this year's CMAT September 2014 exam was moderately hard.

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