A syllabus is an academic document that communicates course information and defines expectations and responsibilities. It is descriptive resources. A syllabus may be set out by supervises or controls course quality.The candidates who are preparing for the upcoming sessions are advised to check the syllabus for the MAT test before the exam date. You must be curious to know the MAT 2018 Syllabus to start preparing for the entrance exam which will be conducted by All India Management Association (AIMA). MAT test is conducted to screen candidates for admission to MBA and allied programmes in various Business Schools (B-Schools).
MAT 2018 Syllabus
MAT Entrance Exam is being conducted by All India Management Association (AIMA)in both Paper Based Test as well as Computer Based Test. Through MAT score, the candidate can apply for admission to over 600 B-Schools across India. The MAT 2018 syllabus will include the following topics, we have provided the detailed description of the topics below.
MAT syllabus for Language Comprehension consists of English Grammar-based questions; English Proficiency; Fill in the Blanks, Para jumble, Reading Comprehension.
Geometry, Number System, Functions, Date and Time, Progression, Algebra, Averages, Ration and Proportions etc.
Data Analysis and Sufficiency
Graphs, Charts, Bar Graphs, Pie Chart, Venn Diagram, Puzzles, Tables etc
Intelligence and Critical Reasoning
Mathematical Reasoning, Verbal Ability, Coding and Decoding, Family Tree, Effect and Cause, Sequencing etc.
Indian and Global Environment
Current Affairs, General Knowledge, Geography, History, Sports, Entertainment, Politics, Science, Awards, Business etc.
How to Crack MAT 2018
To crack the MAT 2018 Examination, it is important you are through with the syllabus and the study materials, which we have already provided above. Now, let us take a look at the examination pattern and the marking scheme of the examination:
- Mode of Test: Paper-based test and computer-based test.
- Duration of Test: 2 hours and 30 minutes.
- Total Question: 200
- Type of Questions: Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ).
All the questions and instructions of the test will be in English only. All questions are compulsory. Each question has four options marked (1), (2), (3) and (4). All questions carry equal marks. There will be Negative Marking for wrong answers
Be aware of strength and weakness
So, it is necessary for you to know in which phase your strong and in what subject or particular section you are lacking. Identifying and working on the weakness will help you prepare well. Once you know where you need more practice things will be clear for you.
Be your own teacher
Take your own test, give marks start over again. No one knows you better than you. That’s what you need to examine your performance and grade them, find out whats going wrong and work on it. You will get to know exactly what is your problem and from the next time, you wouldn’t repeat it.
During the competitive exam avoiding the unwanted topics is the main step for the best result. So, this can be done by knowing its syllabus and its subtopics. No need to gulp down everything mark your syllabus and from sample paper and learn important.
Practice makes perfect
Practice, Practice and more practice!! Yes, as we know practice makes you perfect. Frequently doing something makes one better doing it. So the more you practice, the more you learn, the more you learn, the better you get prepared and who doesn’t want a better preparation. So, start preparation and prepare your self for the exam.
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