MICAT test is basically organised by MICA Institute to take admission in Post-Graduation Diploma in Management-Communications (PGDM-C) which is equivalent to an MBA. To take admission in MICAT, it is mandatory for the candidate to appear in CAT, GMAT OR XAT. MICAT is held twice in a year.
MICA conducted MICAT I on December 2, 2018, so here we bring MICAT I 2018 analysis which will give you a brief idea about the exam pattern, difficulty of exam and cut-off.
There were three section of the paper:
1. Section A – This section is called the Psychometric test having 35 questions. Duration for this section was 25 minutes. In this section, you will see some tricky questions and therefore it…