CMAT 2019 – Understanding the Exam Pattern and Syllabus

The Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) is an online computer-based exam conducted once a year by National Testing Agency India. It is nation-wide entrance level exam to facilitate admissions into the Management Programmes in various B-Schools approved by AICTE. In this blog ” CMAT 2019 Understanding Exam Pattern and Syllabus” we will discuss various important aspects related to the exam that will give you an overview regarding the exam.

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The CMAT test is scheduled to be held on 28th of January 2019. Let’s first look at the important dates related to the Exam.

CMAT 2019 Understanding Exam Pattern and Syllabus: Important Dates

Start of Registration Date 1st November 2018
End of Registration Date 7th December 2018
Download the admit card 10th January 2018
CMAT 2019 Exam Date 28th January 2018
Declaration of CMAT 2019 10th February 2019 (Tentative Date)

CMAT 2019 Understanding Exam Pattern and Syllabus: Exam Pattern

 Section Number of Questions Maximum Marks Time(minutes)
Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation 25 100
Logical Reasoning 25 100
Language Comprehension 25 100
General Awareness 25 100
Total 100 400 180

CMAT 2019 Understanding Exam Pattern and Syllabus: Exam Syllabus

Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation Language Comprehension Logical Reasoning General Awareness
Algebra Analogy Analogy test Books
Alligations & Mixtures Antonyms – synonyms Assertion-reasoning Culture
Averages Contextual usage Assumption-premise-conclusion Current affairs
Bar Graphs English usage errors Blood relationship test Economy and Business
Caselets Fact inference and judgement Cause and effect Geography
Clocks & Calendars Figures of speech Clocks and calendars History
Coordinate geometry Grammar Coding and decoding Indian constitution
Geometry Odd word out Comparison International affairs
HCF & LCM One-word substitution Critical reasoning Persons in News
In-equations Quadratic and linear equations Paragraph completion Deductions Prizes
Installment Payments Phrases Directions Science & technology
Line Graph Prepositions Family tree problem Sports
Maxima & Minima Reading comprehension Inferences  
Logarithms Sentence correction Input and Output  
Mean – Arithmetic, harmonic Sentence rearrangement Linear arrangements  
Menstruation Spellings Linear word formation  
Number Base System Syllogisms Matrix arrangements  
Number System   Ranking tests  
Partnership   Seating arrangements  
Percentages   Selections  
Permutation & Combination   Sequences and series  
Pie Chart   Series analysis  
Pipes and Cisterns   Statement –conclusion  
Probability   Statements and assumptions  
Profit & Loss   Strong – Weak arguments  
Progressions – Arithmetic, Geometric etc   Symbol-based problems  
Quadratic & Linear Equations   True and False Statements  
Ratio & Proportions      
Simple interest & Compound Interest      
Venn Diagram      
Work & Time      

So this was all from us in this blog. Take a free mock and then analyse your performance for the exam. You can also refer to our Daily Hindu Editorial to boost your vocabulary for MBA exams.

The Hindu Editorial Daily Vocabulary Booster 18 December 2018

 The Hindu Editorial Daily Vocabulary Booster 17 December 2018

 The Hindu Editorial Daily Vocabulary Booster 15 December 2018

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