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The much awaited results of the Common Admission Test (CAT) for management courses were declared on Wednesday. Candidates can log in to the CAT website www.catiim.in and retrieve their results.

Over 2.14 lakh aspirants registered for the test, of which about 1.91 lakh appeared for the computer based test conducted in October-November 2012. The test was conducted for over 21 days across 36 cities in the country.

The IIMs will announce the admission dates once the results are declared.

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