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CAT’17,IIMC convert

SUSHMITA GUPTA 99.57 %ile

All the mentors have been instrumental in providing do right motivation and guidance. From classroom teaching to online chat sessions, the support has been tremendous with focus on providing individual attention, something visibly lacking in the other coaching institutes. Besides since they used to write " mock and sectional side by side with the students it was very easy for me to discuss my problems ad very helpful in setting a benchmark.

CAT’17

MANAS SINHA 99.49 %ile

The CATaPult mentors were constantly with me during the journey for guidance and support. I am really grateful to the CATaPult team and I am sure they will keep mentoring and guiding future aspirants towards a shining career.

 

CAT’18

UTKARSHA CHATURVEDI 99.23 %ile

Preparing for CAT along with a high pressure job that continuously demands excellence can be a very daunting task. But thanks to Catapult and their personalised guidance program, I managed to do well. If you have the intent to succeed then Catapult faculties make sure to go an extra mile for you.

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PRATHAM GARG 98.98 %ile

I owe my success of cracking CAT to Sharad Sir to a great extend. I am grateful to him and all his online lectures. Since the classes were online there was no boundation of any environment to study, I could study as per my convenience and this has helped me a lot to get me my desired percentile.

CAT’18

MALVIKA AWASTHY 95.21 %ile

I'd like to thank Sharad sir and the entire Catapult team for helping me to get a decent score in CAT 2018! The Catapult Whatsapp Group was extremely helpful to clear all my doubts in a very convenient and efficient manner.

CAT’18

SAUMYA JAIN 98.18 %ile

It was really worth joining Catapult classes for CAT preparation. It has been an integral part in my preparation. I would like to thank Sharad sir and entire team of Catapult including aspirants who were part of whatsapp group for helping me in my preparation. Congratulations to all who have done well in CAT2018..Cheers!!

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ANUJ GUPTA 99.69 %ile

Greetings to everyone, My name is Anuj . I'd like to share my CAT prep journey in which CATaPult classes played a crucial part in my success. Sharad sir and his teaching methodology is marvellous which helped me in cracking this nut(CAT18). I owe my success to CATaPult classes and mentors who helped me and boosted my moral throughout this journey.

CAT’18

RAHUL JHA 96.98 %ile

Catapult and Sharad Sir have been extremely supportive in my preparation for CAT. They've helped me to focus on my weakness and capitalise my strengths in order to ace this niche entrance exam. I'd like to extend my gratitude to sir and everyone at Catapult for helping us aspirants, fulfil our CAT endeavours. I wish each and every aspirant hoping to get into their dream colleges a big congratulations on doing so well in CAT2018. Hope to see you all on the other side of the road!!

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