10 Ways to Crack BAT(TISS BBA Entrance)

10 Ways to Crack BAT(TISS BBA Entrance)

Tata Institute of Social Sciences is one of the most prestigious colleges in India. It is the best in India when it comes to the field of HR. But,HR isn’t the only field on offer here. TISS offers B.A. programmes at the Tuljapur,Hyderabad and Guwahati centers.

1.B.A. (Hons) in Social Work with specialization in Rural Development – Tuljapur only.
2. Integrated BA-MA Programme in Social Sciences – Tuljapur,Hyderabad,Guwahati.

The entrance exam is held in the month of April every year,with the classes commencing from July. Here are some tips to crack it :
1. TISSBAT is a computer based test held in centers across the country. So make sure, you are acclimatized to reading and writing from a computer screen since this is an important factor while writing essays.
2. Know your exam –
The exam consists of 2 parts. Part A will be a 60 minute test with MCQs on current affairs, social awareness,logical and analytical reasoning,carrying 60 marks. Part B contains a written test with a set of descriptive questions in English. Both parts have separate cut offs.
3. Prepare well for topics such Profit and Loss, Averages, S.I.,Probability, Ratio,Proportion and Variation in Quants and Arrangement questions, Alphabet/Number Series for LR.
4. Practice writing essays on trending topics so that it teaches how to put up an interesting discussion for varying topics of interest.
5. The GK section requires you to be well versed with current affairs of the world as well as static knowledge including Media/Ads,Economy. Be informed about the new laws in the country and government schemes. This is usually a make-or-break section since people usually take this lightly.
6. Do not leave any part since it is mandatory to clear both of them separately.
7. Improve your speed of writing since Part B requires you to write two short answers in 30 minutes for 40 marks.
8. Once you clear the entrance test,you are called for the PI round. 50 marks are given for this round. Make sure you are confident and come across as a genuine person during the interview. Practice mock interviews with friends and family so that you get used to it.
9. Reading newspapers is a habit that helps not only for exams but for the overall development of a person. If you haven’t inculcated it yet, today is the best time to start.
10. In the interview form, write genuine answers and not copy pasted answers from the internet. Most importantly, know why you really want to do a B.A.!
All the best!


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