**CAT Percentile Predictor** 2014 will able to help you predict your CAT 2014 Percentile based on number of attempts yo have made in CAT Exam this year.

The data give below gives the net correct attempts required for a given sectional and overall percentile. Net correct attempt is calculated after applying a +3 for a correct answer and a -1 for an incorrect answer hence based on your estimated accuracy you should calculate the your required attempts.

**Your CAT Score = (Number of correct attempts x 3) - (Number of incorrect attempts x 1)**

The below tables show estimated CAT percentile against your estimated score.

- If your CAT 2014 score is between
**50 and 60**, your percentile should be between**40 and 50**. - If your CAT 2014 score is between
**60 and 75**, your percentile should be between**50 and 65**.

- If your CAT 2014 score is between
**75 and 90**, your percentile should be between**66 and 78**. - If your CAT 2014 score is between
**90 and 100**, your percentile should be between**78 and 84**.

- If your CAT 2014 score is between
**100 and 110**, your percentile should be between**85 and 90**. - If your CAT 2014 score is between
**110 and 120**, your percentile should be between**91 and 94.5**.

- If your CAT 2014 score is between
**120 and 130**, your percentile should be between**94.5 and 98**. - If your CAT 2014 score is between
**130 and 140**, your percentile should be between**98 and 99**. - If your CAT 2014 score is above
**140**, your percentile should be in the**top 1 percentile**.

Note: *This estimate is individually calculated based on certain assumptions and may not be 100% correct*

**Share your CAT 2014 scores!**

You must have a rough analysis of your CAT exam by now. Don’t you? Although you don’t get the question paper or answer keys of the exam, the gut feeling should give you an idea of how much you are going to score in CAT 2014.

An example on how to predict your CAT 2014 percentile.

First know about the number of Attempted questions, Correct questions.

- Say you attempted 30 questions in section 1, and 25 in section 2.
- And you think that you did correctly 26 questions in section 1 and 22 in section 2.

Now your score would be = 26 x 3 - 4 x 1 + 22 x 3 - 3 x 1 = 78 - 4 + 66 - 3 = 137.

Now according to the estimated score, check in the tables given above, what your estimated CAT 2014 percentile would be.

Share your scores with us so that we can improve the predictor.

**Please share the following details**

- CAT 2014 Slot (16 Nov first slot / second slot)
- Number of questions attempted in section 1
- Number of questions attempted in section 2
- Correct attempts in section 1
- Correct attempts in section 2

Best of luck!