Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) Exam 2015 results out with 305 as the highest score. Minimum score was -70. The CMAT Exam merit list has been prepared for 57,700 candidates.
The scores in CMAT February 2015 have dipped not only from CMAT 2015 first test but also are lower than any of the last 4 CMAT exams. It somewhere tells that this year CMAT Examination was tougher. All India merit list for 57,700 candidates has been declared by AICTE. Candidates have scored between the highest marks 305 to the lowest -70 out of 400 for the admission session 2015-16. Only 2 Candidates have scored the highest 305 marks making them 100 percentilers.
CMAT February 2015 results include raw marks along with the calculated percentile score. The percentile is arrived on the basis of highest marks scored but the sectional scores have also been given importance in case more candidates have scored same percentile. This has been done to find the higher ranked student in case of an overall tie.
Highest score in CMAT September exam (first test) was higher, 323. The lowest score has also seen a decline, it was -40 then.
Percentile calculation method in CMAT Exam 2015:
Formula used for percentile calculation:
Percentile P = ( (N- your rank)/ N) x 100