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    To join MBA course which all exams we have to write? Topics need to be prepared?

    for joining in mba which entrance exam we have to write?which topics should we prepare?

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    Re: To join MBA course which all exams we have to write? Topics need to be prepared?

    Hello friend,there are a number of Entrance exams which can be taken by the candidates desiring to take admissions in MBA courses.

    The broad categories of such tests are

    1 National Level Tests (like CAT,MAT )

    2 State Level Tests (like MAH-CET, PMET)

    3 Institute Specific Tests (like SNAP,IGNOU OPENMAT)

    The topics to be covered depends upon the different sections of the test which are different for different tests.But some common topics are as follows:

    1.Quantitative Ability
    2.Data Interpretation
    3.Logical Reasoning
    4.Verbal Ability


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    Re: To join MBA course which all exams we have to write? Topics need to be prepared?

    There are various courses conducted by different university to get admission in MBA
    Some best and popular exam are CAT/MAT/XAT/SNAP/TANCET/XLRI etc...

    CAT is one of the most popular and mostly university depends on the CAT exam

    CAT 2012 Syllabus for QA – Quantitative Ability


    * Geometry, (Lines, angles, Triangles, Spheres, Rectangles, Cube, Cone etc)
    * Ratios and Proportion, Ratios, Percentages, In-equations
    * Quadratic and linear equations
    * Algebra
    * Profit & Loss
    * Averages, Percentages, Partnership
    * Time-Speed-Distance, Work and time
    * Number system: HCF, LCM, Geometric Progression, Arithmetic progression, Arithmetic mean, Geometric mean , Harmonic mean, Median, Mode, Number Base System, BODMAS
    * Mensuration, Alligation & Mixtures, Work, Pipes and Cisterns
    * Simple Interest & Compound Interest
    * Set Theory, Venn Diagram
    * Instalment Payments, Partnership, Clocks
    * Probability, Permutations & Combinations


    CAT 2012 Syllabus for Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning


    * Data Interpretation based on text, Data Interpretation based on graphs and tables. visit tutorial»
    * Graphs can be Column graphs, Bar Graphs, Line charts, Pie Chart, Graphs representing Area, Venn Diagram, etc.
    * Critical reasoning, Visual reasoning, Assumption-Premise-Conclusion, Assertion and reasons, Statements and assumptions, identifying valid inferences , identifying Strong arguments and Weak arguments, Statements and conclusions, Cause and Effect, Identifying Probably true, Probably false, definitely true, definitely false kind of statement, Linear arrangements, Matrix arrangements.
    * Puzzles, Syllogisms, Functions, Family tree – identifying relationship among group of people, Symbol Based problems, Coding and decoding , Sequencing , identifying next number in series, etc.


    CAT 2012 Syllabus for English Syllabus:-


    Comprehension of passage, Verbal Reasoning, Syllogisms , Contextual usage, Analogies, Antonyms, Fill In the Blanks, Jumbled paragraphs with 4 or 5 sentences, Foreign language words used in English, Sentence completion, Sentence correction, odd man out, idioms, one word substitution, Different usage of same word, Errors in word choice, mania & phobia, Incorrect words, Mood, Conditionals & Multiple Usage , Punctuation, Proverb, Phrasal verb etc.





    CAT 2012 Syllabus for GK/GA/BA


    * Current Affairs, Business, Punch line of companies, Top officials of big companies, Major corporate events
    * Famous award and prizes
    * World Records
    * Books and authors
    * Science, History, Geography, International organisations
    * Important quotations
    * Social issues, Sports, Finance, Automobiles, Entertainment, Politics etc.

    And To get information about more entrance exam you need to visit the official website of entrance exam.
    Good luck.

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    Re: To join MBA course which all exams we have to write? Topics need to be prepared?

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    hello friend here is an list exams you need to write,

    Common admission test(CAT).

    Management aptitude test(MAT).

    aligarh muslim university MBA.

    Birla institute of management technology.

    Goa institute of management exam.

    calibre management aptitude test.

    electronic management aptitude test.

    Indian institute of foreign trade exam.

    Indian institute of information technology exam.

    Joint management aptitude test.

    Maharastra common entrance test.

    SNAP.

    PGCET.

    XAT.

    syallabus will be mainly of,

    1.Aptitude.

    2.Logical reasoning.

    3.Verbal ability.

    4.General knowledge.


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    Re: To join MBA course which all exams we have to write? Topics need to be prepared?

    Hello Dear Friend,




    MBA Stands for Master Of business Administration,Which helps you for getting number of good opportunities in the top companies with good packages.Most If You do MBA From top ranked business schools then you will be having more chance to get good opportunities directly in to senior level management an middle level managements.If You want to get admission in to MBA Course then You Should be completed graduation with 50% of marks from recognized university with any stream and 45% Of marks are enough to apply for MBA course.There is no age limit to apply for MBA Course.You have to qualify in various entrance exams to get admission in to MBA Course.They are;

    1.ICET is for Admissions in to MBA Course in AP Engineering Colleges
    2.TANCET is for Admission in to Tamilanadu MBA colleges
    3.SNAP is for Symbiosis Management Studies
    4.IBSAT is for ICFAI Business School
    5.NMAT is for NMIMS
    6.XAT is for Xaviour Institute Of Management
    7.GET is for GITAM Institute of International Business
    8.CAT is a Common Admission Test
    9.MAT is a Management Aptitude Test
    10.GMAT is a Graduate Management Admission test



    MAT is a Management Aptitude Test.It is conducted by AIMA-New Delhi.MAT entrance exam will be conducted four times in a year i.e. February,May,September and December.MAT exam will be conducted in off line mode.If You qualify in MAT entrance test then You will be having chance to get admission in to Top Business Schools in India.

    GMAT is a Graduate Management Admission test to be conducted to get admission in to various business schools in the world.Almost all the top business schools are accepting GMAT score in the world.GMAT score is valid up to 5 years.You can get admission with valid GMAT score up to 5 years.But try to join within two years then only you will be given preference at the time of admission procedure.If you make late then you have very less chances to get admission.They will give more preference to the candidates those who have completed GMAT exam recently.

    CAT is a Common Admission Test to be conducted by IIMs to get admission in to their management programs.Almost all the top business schools are accepting CAT Score.This is a National Wide online test.

    GAT is a GITAM University Admission test to get admissions in to their management programs.

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    Re: To join MBA course which all exams we have to write? Topics need to be prepared?

    :::::::::::::::::::MBA Entrance Tests:::::::::::::::::::

    Dear Aspirant,


    If you want to get a admission in Good Business Schools,You have to take any one of the following MBA Entrance Exams those are as follows

    • Common Admission Test(CAT)
    • Management Aptitude Test(MAT)
    • CMAT
    • XAT
    • SNAP
    • FMS
    • GET
    • ICET
    • RMAT etc..

    What topics should i prepare:

    All Test consist maximum common topics those are as follows

    • Quantitative Ability
    • Logical Reasoning
    • Verbal Reasoning
    • Data Interpretation& Data Sufficiency
    • Business Awareness

    You have to cover above topics for maximum all test have those topics.


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    Re: To join MBA course which all exams we have to write? Topics need to be prepared?

    preparations for MBA entrance examination need in-depth knowledge, analytical mind, sharp memory and above all, systematic planning and preparations. Needless to say that the candidates cannot and should not attempt the preparations overnight. Since the competition is taken by the best available talent from all disciplines, meticulous and long-run preparations are required to get admitted to the programme. Although the syllabi and contents/papers in the admission/entrance test differ from university to university (and between the Institutes as well), there are certain common aspects that appear in most of the entrance tests/CATs in one form or the other. These aspects include tests on quantitative aptitude, reasoning, intelligence, comprehension, case analysis, relationships, word power, synonyms, antonyms, general knowledge/awareness, etc. It is therefore, essential that the candidates start preparing well in advance on all the above aspects. If one can get hold of previous year's papers or at least the pattern, this would go a long way in guiding the candidates to prepare properly for the test.

    Some tips to prepare on some important aspects which are common to most of the entrance examinations, are given below:

    (a) Quantitative Aptitude: A candidate seeking admission to MBA programme is expected to have aptitude for basic and elementary accounting as well as the knack of solving the simple arithmetic problems. This is one of the areas in the admission test which, if properly prepared and practised, is likely to put the candidate ahead of others, as one can hope to score even 100% marks in this part. There may be several types of questions that may form part of quantitative aptitude test. The first category could be simple arithmetic problems including profit and loss, percentages, ratio, averages, partnership, etc. Such problems involve simple calculations and with a little practice and basic aptitude, can be solved correctly. The second category of questions could involve multiplication or divisions in 5 to 6 figures or decimals. It may be quite time-consuming if the candidates start actually attempting the entire calculations. Since the candidates are required to work against time it is not advisable to waste time on such calculations. With a little practice, the candidates can easily eliminate most of the choices straightaway to arrive at the correct answer even without any calculations. This can be achieved if the candidates look at all the choices carefully before actually attempting the calculations. Another category of questions may be directed at testing only the intelligence of the candidate and not his/her ability to calculate. There may be some other questions aimed at testing the common sense of the candidates. The entire area of quantitative aptitude, therefore, needs constant practice to calculate quickly with accuracy. More practice is also essential for the candidates to gain confidence in this part of the test. Even if a candidate does not have the basic aptitude for figure-work, he/she can make up for this deficiency by regular practice and a lot of hard work. It is strongly recommended that the candidates practise and attempt all the questions on quantitatives in the Intelligence Tests appearing in all the issues of "The Competition Master". In addition to providing adequate practice to the candidates, these tests also give methods to solve some typical problem, which without hints to solve, may appear to be difficult for the candidates lacking flair for figure work.

    (b) Logical Reasoning: Questions on logical reasoning may be of several types and in several forms. These could include a statement on which the candidates are asked to draw correct interference out of the given choices. There could be questions on series of words and figures, arrangement of alphabets, brain trasers or even such questions as only call for drawing logical inferences. Just like quantitative aptitude test, this portion of admission test also needs special and detailed preparations and practice. Most of the questions under this category infact test the common sense and sense of proportion and reasoning among the candidates and therefore, must be attempted with a cool head. In case of statements, the given statement as well as choices given must be read at least twice before choosing the right answer. In case there are more than three questions on arrangements of alphabets, it is advisable to write down all the alphabets on the rough work sheet. This will facilitate easy and quick attempt of questions on alphabets. Similarly, there could be certain questions on distances travelled in different directions. In such questions it is proper to draw a rough diagram giving distances travelled in various directions to get the correct answer. Constant practice in the questions on reasoning would make the candidates confident to tackle this particular aspect of the test. "The Competition Master" provides rich material every month on the tests of reasoning.

    (c) Comprehension Test: Comprehension test is aimed at gauging the understanding of English language by the candidates. Usually, a paragraph is given which the candidates are required to go through carefully and then answer the question by choosing the correct answer. To attempt this part speedily and correctly, the candidates must practise reading with a quick speed and understanding the entire passage. Answer to most of the questions are easily located within the passage itself. But there are certain questions, answers to which are not directly available in the given passage. Such questions can only be answered by those candidates who can understand the passage fully. Although effective handling of this part depends on the basic understanding of English language by the candidates. Regular practice would help the candidates to attempt the comprehension test in more effective and appropriate manner. Tests of English language given in every issue of this magazine invariably contain small comprehension passages. Practice of such passages may be of great help to the candidates for preparing this test.

    (d) General Awareness: As the name suggests, the test of general awareness aims to judge the general knowledge of the candidates. Basic facts about all aspects of general knowledge like Science, Geography, History, Economics, Polity, etc are essentially required to be known. A good knowledge of all branches of general knowledge is essential which can only be achieved by reading good books. "The Competition Master", duly supplemented by a standard book like "General Knowledge Refresher" by O.P. Khanna provides adequate material on general awareness. This part can also be strengthened by regular reading of good newspapers.

    In addition to the above four aspects, which usually form part of all admission tests/entrance tests, there are other aspects like word-power, word relationships, case analysis, etc which also need careful preparations and practice. A serious candidate has to devote a lot of time on all the aspects of the admission test and it is advisable that the preparations are started at least an year in advance. As stated earlier, this magazine takes care of most of the aspects of admission/entrance test.

    Group Discussion and Interview
    Some of the universities/institutes have group discussions and interview also as parts of admission test to MBA programme. These tests are held to judge the suitability of a candidate for the esteemed programme. The group discussions are held under the supervision of the experts, who look for the qualities like ability to express, reasoning, power to argue, initiative and leadership qualities among the candidates. Interview, on the other hand, is held to evaluate other traits of personality of the candidates like knowledge, suitability, judgement, sense of proportion, manners, expression, intelligence, etc. It also looks for the variety of interests and accomplishments of the candidates in extra-curricular activities including sports. Final selection of the candidates is made after taking into account their performance in all the tests

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