Students aspiring to appear for AICTE’s online CMAT Feb’2013 test to get admission in good MBA College must have started their preparation by now. Unlike other entrance exams you can easily crack this test by regular study and strategic planning. CMAT 2013 as we all know is the first online test taken at National Level in India. This test is taken twice a year and every time it has been divided into two sessions i.e. morning and evening.
Exam Question Paper Format for CMAT 2013:
|Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation||25 Questions||45 min|
|Logical Reasoning||25 Questions||45 min|
|Language Comprehension||25 Questions||45 min|
|General Awareness||25 Questions||45 min|
There would be 100 questions with total of 3 hours of duration.
If you want to score well in this exam, the preparation cannot be done overnight. As it is conducted at All India level, there would be very high competition to get a high score and get admission into a reputed MBA College. Practice logical attitude, correct preparation, confidence and time management to place yourself in top scorers in the exam. Three sure shot ways to excel here are:
- Hard work
- Absolute dedication
- Planned study.
Ideally, your preparation and practice should start one year prior to the real-time CMAT test. Study previous years’ question papers and book materials, to gain more confidence do not forget to take online practice or mock test of CMAT. These simple but basic things would solidify your academic base and performance in the test. Appearing for online mock tests would help you stream your time management during exams. To boost up your confidence level to start with easy questions and gradually proceed to difficult ones.
In CMAT 2013 there would be negative marking, i.e. 4 marks for a correct answer would be given and one mark for every wrong answer would be deducted, thus avoid guessing.
Competitive Examinations Tips, Techniques, and Shortcut Methods by Guha Abhijit, Quant Aptitude by Tata McGraw Hill, Days to a More Powerful Vocabulary by Wilfred Funk and Norman Lewis, Business English and Communication by Clark, Verbal reasoning by R.S. Aggrawal, etc are some well-known books that can be referred for self-study of CMAT test. These books can be helpful for this exam and make your admission process into your favourite MBA College easier.
Note: There is no Cutoff method in CMAT, a common scorecard is provided. The cutoff differs from college to college.
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