CAT 2022 toppers share secrets of scoring 100 percentile

IIM Bangalore announced the CAT result 2022 on 21 December 2022 on the official website of the exam – A total of 11 candidates have scored the perfect 100 percentile. We reached out to some of the candidates who have scored 100 percentile in IIM CAT 2022 examination to know their secrets of scoring perfect 100. If you are a CAT aspirant, these tips may help you prepare for your upcoming entrance examination:
Best way to research the exam is by taking it: CAT Topper Suneet Kumbhat
Suneet Kumbhat, an alumnus of IIM Calcutta, has scored a 100 percentile in the CAT 2022 examination. This is the 5th time that he has score the perfect 100 percentile. Sharing his secrets of scoring perfect 100, Kumbhat said, “The best way to research the exam is by taking it. I may be working as a founding member of a start-up but I’m a teacher at heart.
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“I continue to mentor a small batch of students and understanding the atmosphere and the vibes during the paper is hence crucial,” added Kumbhat, who also wears a third hat as a start-up founder. He scored full in two sections: logical reasoning and data interpretation this year.
Strike off wrong options first to save time: CAT topper Maruti Konduri

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Maruti Konduri

Maruti Konduri, a founder of a start-up, has scored a 100 percentile in the CAT exam for the third time. Sharing his CAT success strategy, Konduri said, “The CAT is highly competitive. This year, for instance, logical reasoning was very very tough. How do you handle each question, which is the right question to pick, sometimes, you cannot waste time thinking about the answer – you just have to strike off the wrong options, these are things you understand when you actually get into an exam centre and take the test under pressure. Only if I go through the experience, can I explain the same to my students.”
Konduri passed out of IIM Ahmedabad, worked for an investment bank and then embarked on his start-up.