CMAT Daily ScheduleThe CMAT or Common Management Admission Test is an aptitude test conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for admission to MBA/PGDM courses in more than 1,000 B-Schools across India. The CMAT 2021 exam will be conducted in online mode and the duration of the exam will be three hours. The CMAT question paper consists of 100 questions from Quantitative Aptitude & Data Interpretation, Logic Reasoning, Language Comprehension, and General Awareness. The total marks of CMAT are 400. Let's learn about the CMAT Daily schedule to ace your preparation. CMAT Online Course Consider CMAT to be the last exam of the ‘exams’ season, because CET dates haven’t been finalized yet. Consider it to be a Do or Die exam. Please note that JBIMS accepts CMAT scores.
Why you should consider JBIMS?
- It is referred to as the CEO Factory and has great placements.
- It is one of the most economical colleges as well with a fee of merely Rs. 6 lacs.
CMAT Exam Pattern:
- Quants (DI also included, few questions) – 25 Questions
- LR/DI – 25 Questions
- Verbal - 25 Questions
- GK - 25 Questions
What should your target score be?
- Based on the current scenario, we believe that 320 would be a good score.
- If we break it down further, let’s consider equal weightages per section, i.e., Out of 25 questions, you need to get 20 correct.
- Therefore, it is safe to say that an accuracy level of more than 80% is desirable to improve your chances of securing admission to JBIMS.
A few other decent top colleges that accept CMAT scores are:
- KJ Somaiya
- Make sure you solve the CMAT papers of the recent past, as per availability basis
- Create 3 notebooks:
- Vocabulary book (containing a list of all the possible words along with their meanings), because there are around 5-6 questions asked on this topic
- Formula book (containing a list of all the formulae that you have studied), because 8 out of 10 questions asked in CMAT are formula-based
- Shortcuts book (containing a list of shortcuts available for Complex calculations), because CMAT is a Speed based exam
- Focus intensively on International GK, as questions based on global events are most frequently asked
Now comes the most important part – How to prepare a schedule?
- Focus on Numbers (a very important topic for CMAT) – Study for an hour and take an hour for learning shortcuts of the same
- Spend a week and finish off all the topics under the Numbers section
- Repeat the above exercise for a week and finish off all the Algebra topics and their shortcuts
- Remember that while studying these topics, you will be able to solve LR/DI questions based on the same topics as well
- Finish off all the possible LR/DI topics and make sure you cover each and every possible type of question so that you are confident during the exam