MICAT Cut Off 2022 - Section-wise Cut Off

MICAT Cut Off 2022 - Section-wise Cut Off

ByAditi Joshi  |  Updated on: Jan 29, 2022
Check the expected MICAT cutoff 2022 to prepare accordingly for the further admission process. MICAT has both sectional and overall cutoff. Candidates who clear the MICAT cutoff are then invited for further rounds.
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MICAT cut off is the minimum marks required for the candidate to be eligible for further rounds. Candidates must go through all the details concerning the MICAT cutoff to set a target score for themselves and also ascertain the level of the exam and competition. The official MICAT cut off 2022 will not be released, however, the merit list will be published on the website. MICAT 1 2022 was conducted on 04 December 2021 and MICAT 2 is scheduled for 29 January 2022

  • Aptitude Exam is only given to individuals who pass the Psychometric Test. The cutoffs for the Aptitude Test are sectional and overall.
  • Only those who pass both the sectional and overall cutoffs will be evaluated in Creative Writing / Essay Writing.
  • Candidates are then shortlisted for the GE PI Process based on their Aptitude exam and Creative Writing cumulative score.

The MICAT Result cum scorecard be released shortly. Aspirants who appear for the MICA test must be at par with cut-off marks or above to be screened for MBA / PGDM courses. If once the candidate is selected, then he/she can appear for further rounds i.e. GD and PI rounds. If not, then he/she can apply again for the second phase of the MICAT test as it is conducted twice a year. 

MICAT Cut Off 2022 (Expected)

A reliable estimate of what the MICAT cut off 2022 would look like can be made based on the difficulty level of the various section of the entrance exam and the previous year cut off trend. The MICAT 2022 scorecard will also assist candidates in determining the cutoff. Candidates may see the expected MICAT 2022 cut off below, which is based on a thorough assessment of the various elements involved.

BYJU’s Exam Prep exam experts conduct detailed MICAT exam analysis 2022 for all the sections and reveal the expected cutoff marks. 

  • For MICAT 1 exam 2022, the cutoff will be largely based on the descriptive test. As the paper pattern saw a shift, candidates with 32-33 score might receive a call. However, if the descriptive test was not good, aspirants with 40 score also might not get a call. 

MICAT Expected Cut Off Marks 2021

MICAT II was conducted on 31 January 2021. As per the BYJU'S Exam Prep MICAT II Exam Analysis 2021, 30-32 is a good score. 


Expected Cut off (Marks)

Total no. of marks

Divergent Convergent Thinking



Verbal Ability



Quant and DI



General Knowledge



Factors Affecting MICAT Cutoff

Various factors are taken into consideration while determining the MICAT 2022 cut-off. Here, we’ll provide you with the parameters that would decide the cut-off-

  • The overall difficulty level of the MICAT test
  • Cut-off trends in the previous years’
  • Reservation Norms
  • Total number of Candidates
  • Maximum marks obtained by the candidates
  • Availability of seats

MICAT Cutoff 2022: Merit List

The final MICAT merit list for PGDM-C and PGDM courses will be prepared as per the weightage mentioned below. 


Note: If a candidate has appeared for more than one exam (CAT, XAT and GMAT) the better of the two/ best of the three exams' performance will be considered.

What After MICAT Cut Off 2022?

Once, the cut-off is released, the officials will select the candidates according to the percentile. Then, they will call the selected candidates for further rounds of selection. The authority will communicate with them through email and would provide information about the same. Aspirants need to appear for the Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interview (PI) round as per the schedule. The candidates’ performance in these rounds, as well as the MICAT score, would decide their final selection.

MICAT-I 2022 Scoring Pattern


No. of questions

Sectional Time Limit (min)

Psychometric Test



Verbal Ability (VA)



Quantitative Ability and Data Interpretation (QA & DA)



General Awareness (GA)



Divergent-Convergent Reasoning (DCR)



Descriptive Test





2 hours 15 minutes



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