Don’t Discuss CAT Question Paper

The non disclosure agreement (NDA) of CAT asks all the test takers to agree upon it; and expects every test taker (200,005 test takers) stand on their commitment of not disclosing the questions of CAT. It is highly unlikely for anybody or entity to monitor about 200,000 individuals, but CAT Convener Janaki Raman Moorthy feels it is possible. (via)

Disclosing content on the CAT testing sites can land the disclosers in trouble, a fine of Rs. 200,000 and jail imprisonment are the consequences said CAT convener to sources.

Sometimes CAT is taken by representatives of coaching Institutes to leak the answer keys post the test, few coaching Institutes also train students to participate in CAT just to bag few ranks to enhance Institute’s reputation. Soon after the test is concluded question papers will be out and will be published on websites and blogs. Since CAT is completely taken only in online mode, the probability of leaking greatly reduces.

This year CAT adopts a new style, timed sections and increased duration, you can read more about these changes here.

What do you think? Do you agree that, students will not discuss anything about CAT after their test is over?


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