NMAT Analysis

Which is the easier one NMAT / MAH-CET ?

An Overview of CET
MAH CET 2018 is the state level entrance exam for taking admission in Top B-School . It is conducted by Maharashtra’s Directorate of Technical Education (DTE).
The Common Entrance Test is a competitive exam conducted for the students who wants to take admissions in Top B-Schools. CET exam is in the month of March..To study in one of most revered b-school Jamanalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies(JBIMS) it is necessary to crack CET CET needs time management skill because you have to crack 200 questions in 150 minutes. MAH CET 2018 has no chnages in marking scheme and the candidates will score one mark for every correct answer. There is no negative marking.

The student had the advantage of switching from one section to the other. There are five options to each question, and the student have to select the correct from the options provided.









Tips to crack CET
Focus more on Quant and DI preparations
Around 1/4 of the CET paper is covered with Quant and Di i.e around 45-50 marks. You must solve this problems with perfect accuracy.

1. Permutation / Combination / Probability:
You have to mug up events, arrangements and concepts of selection.
Always clear difference between probabilty is no of ways and permutation is arrangements.

In probablity : in how many ways the event occurs.
eg: spining a coin has 2 possible outcomes Head H or Tail T .
Possiblity of head is 1/2

In Permutation/Computation : in how many ways the event is arranged .
eg 3 letters ABC n=3 …. so formula is n! i.e 6

2. BODMAS and approximation questions:
You must mug up all the square roots upto 30 and cube root upto 20.
Learn tables upto 30 to speedite the calculations.
You must know the fractions i.e 1/4th of the number and percentages.
The approximations based questions can be solved verbally instead using paper and pencil .

7 + (6 × 52 + 3) such questions has to be solved verbally
like 343 is cube of 7

3. Time /Speed / Work/ Distance.
Questions are simple and generally in relative speeds, races, number of days and time taken to conplete the work. You need to be very fast in such questions .

4. Clocks and calendars :
You must know some concepts that the clock always has 360 degrees. So 1 minute makes 360/60 i.e 6 degrees.
About Calenders you must know the leap year calculations and general rule about days recognition like “divisibility by 7”.
eg : Yesterday was 4 jan 2012 which was tuesday so what day will be on 26 jan 2012 so the difference between 26 and 4 is 22 so divide it by 7 so the remainder is 1 so add 1 in 4 so its wednesday.

5. Venn – Diagrams
Formulas like n(AuB) and n(AuBuc) is sufficient to solve the problems.

6. Datainterpretation
You must make your calculation part very strong . Use approximate values where there is a big difference in numbers . Make your percentage logic strong as there are number of questions based on percentages.
There are problems like percentage increase ? always use formula like
(200 – 100 / 100) * 100 to calculate percentage increase.
There are basically bar, line and pie charts come in exams and mostly given
productions / earnings / output verses years.

An Overview of NMAT
Every student wants to aspire in life.To study in one of the most revered b-schools in our country, Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, you will have to crack a tricky test named Narsee Monjee Management Aptitude Test (NMAT). The NMAT exam is also recognized by other prestigious institutions.This article aims to make your preparation a bit easier by offering you tips to crack the exam and successfully enroll in the institution of your choice. NMAT has 3 rounds of test.

Quantitative skills section is the 2nd section in NMAT exam. This section consists of 48 questions with maximum time allotted is 60 minutes.

How is NMAT different from other exams?

a) The Marking System – NMAT does not involve any negative marking although your marks are standardized according to the difficulty level.
b) Timed Sections – Unlike other exams, each sections (3 in total) of the exam is timed separately. The three sections – Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and Verbal Ability also carry different weightage.
c) Attempts – You get 3 attempts to pass the exam.








Tips to crack NMAT

1.Clear all the concepts, fundamentals, formulas etc beforehand. Important topic should not be kept for last moment. Last moment preparation always creates confusion.
2.Try to solve as many mock test, online test, sample papers, previous year question papers you can manage. Spend at least 2-3 hours in solving problems related to all important topics.
3.While appearing for any mock/online tests, never put a habit of using calculators as this may decrease your speed in solving questions.
4.Learn the short cut methods to solve the tricky questions.
Always avoid making random guesses.
Learn to manage your time properly. Don’t waste too much of time on one particular question. It is advisable to solve easy and medium level questions first as these questions can save some extra time for difficult level questions.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]


Strategies to Crack NMAT 2017 Examination

An Overview of NMAT 

NMAT is an entrance examination conducted by NMIMS and is a national level entrance examination. This examination is managed by the Graduate Management Aptitude Council (GMAC). NMAT is a postgraduate level examination that’s organized to get admission in Master in Business Administration or alternative graduate management degree programs. These programs are offered by varied faculties like the Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Study (NMIMS) and other colleges.



Do’s and Dont’s of NMAT –

According to the NMAT Exam Pattern, it has no negative markings so the first rule every candidate should follow is to attempt all the questions in the exam.

NMAT tests your speed in the examination. The candidate should be thorough with the basics. Time Management plays a major role in this exam.In order to achieve a score of around 210–220, the candidates have to attempt around 70–75 questions correctly.

  • Candidates have the opportunity to select the desired section.
  • Don’t get stuck on one question. This causes loss of time and the candidates may miss out on the easy questions.
  • Always start off with your stronger section. Attempt all those questions which you are extremely confident about. Starting the test with your strongest session helps to boost your confidence and creates a positive impact on other sections of the examination.
  • Try and attempt all the questions if possible. Even if you are not confident about an answer, make sure you attempt it. Given that there is no negative marking, it will hardly be to your disadvantage.
  • Candidate should attempt the weakest section in the end.
  • Give all the sections equal amount of time.
  • The candidate should make sure they are not stuck on one section and there is no time left for other sections.

NMATSuccess Mantra-

  • Attempt as many Mocks possible. NMAT  tests your time management skills along with your basic concepts.
  •  Practicing NMAT Mocks will help the candidates to get an idea of the actual NMAT and to finalize and improve their strategy on the D-day.



NMAT BOOKSBooks to refer for NMAT 2017-

  • NMAT Official Guide will help to understand the type of questions asked in NMAT.
  • The official guide will consist of past NMAT questions which will give the candidate an idea of the type of questions asked in the past exams.
  • For Language Section candidate can go through various articles, newspapers and can also refer Norman Lewis-Word Power made easy.

NMATDeep Analysis of all the three sections of NMAT 2017 – 

  1. Quantitative Skills –This section will have questions from Algebra, Arithmetic, Numbers, and Geometry. The questions will be a mixture of moderate and tricky one which will make the difficult level of the test moderate. Basic Vedic Maths concepts should be clear. Candidates should be thorough with multiplication tables, squares, cubes, common fractions and their percentage equivalents. Questions of DI will be time-consuming and will have questions from bar charts, pie charts, caselets, and tables.
  1. Logical Reasoning– This section will test the candidates on two areas of Reasoning – Verbal and Analytical. The questions will be asked from statement-conclusion, critical reasoning, strong & weak arguments, statement-assumption, the course of action etc. Rest of the questions will be on the logical ability like input output, arrangements, family tree, numerical grid, coding, series, alphanumeric series, symbol based logic etc. Try to solve the questions by making suitable diagrams, especially in arrangement questions, or as a Venn diagram in syllogism questions.
  1. Language Skills– This section will test you in three areas of English – vocabulary, grammar, and comprehension. There will be a couple of passages and questions asked about finding the error (in a sentence), fill in the blanks (double, cloze, prepositions-based), jumbled paragraphs, analogies and antonyms, and synonyms. Antonyms and Synonyms will require a decent level of vocabulary so try building that by reading a lot. To improve both vocabulary and comprehension, pay special attention to the Editorial section of newspapers. This will help you to appreciate the contextual usage of words and also improve your comprehension skills.



NMAT 2011 Analysis

Overall exam pattern :

The Narsee Monjee Aptitude Test 2011 tests a candidate’s ability in four areas namely: Quantitative Analysis, Verbal Ability, Logical Reasoning. The NMAT exam commenced on October 31, 2011. There was NO negative marking in the test and hence it was compulsory to attempt all the 120 questions. The average attempt should have been 75-80 questions and there were 4 options for every question.