CAT 2017 registration mistakes you may correct in 4 days

CAT 2017 Registration: 5 mistakes you must correct by Sep 30; Limited edit option activated

Offering the last opportunity to rectify your CAT application errors, the CAT 2017 registration mistakes correction process has been activated by IIM Lucknow, the CAT 2017 convening IIM. The limited time window during which can you modify very limited details of already submitted CAT 2017 application form begins today on September 27 and will close on September 30, 2017.

Limited Edit option
 The CAT registration form details which can be edited are percentage of marks scored in class 10, class 12 and graduation; work experience — area and period; name of the IIM programmes and their respective interview city centers which you might have selected erroneously earlier.

In case of any mistake made while filling in the CAT 2017 registration and application form, candidates have 4 days to rectify these errors. The activation of the error correction module by IIM Lucknow is with a rider that only limited type of mistakes can be corrected.

Aspirant friendly step
 Deviating from earlier practices in CAT registration process when no such edit facility of error correction was allowed after submitting the registration form and candidates had to re-register after making payment of registration fee again, IIM Lucknow following IIM Bangalore has allowed the CAT 2017 aspirants to edit the mistakes discovered after submission of the CAT application.

This is for the second time in continuation that IIMs have enabled an option to correct mistakes, discovered after submission of the CAT application. The error correction option is available on the CAT Application form Webpage from September 27 to 30, 2017 and will close after that.

CAT 2017 test takers can now correct the errors in their already submitted CAT 2017 application form. This facility began in CAT 2016 and was not allowed prior to that. In case of any mistake in CAT registration, the only remedy used to be re-registration.

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