CMAT 2014 Syllabus: The CMAT 2014 exam is a computer based exam having 4 sections, Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation, Logical Reasoning, Language Comprehension and General Awareness. The CMAT 2014 Syllabus has not been officially declared by AICTE. However, after following the trend and analysis of the exam, it can be established that the CMAT 2014 Syllabus is similar to the other similar MBA entrance exams. The preparation will mainly be based on your basic knowledge on mathematics, English, logical reasoning and General Knowledge which you have acquired from Class VIII till graduation.
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Let us have a look at the estimated CMAT 2014 Syllabus based on the analysis of the exam according to the sections.
CMAT Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation Syllabus
The questions in this section are mostly on Arithmetic and Algebra with few questions on Modern Maths, Geometry, Mensuration, Coordinate Geometry and Number Systems. The Algebra section can be further broken into the topics like Polynomials, Linear Equation, Quadratic Equation, Inequality, Progression and Functions.
CMAT Logical Reasoning Syllabus
This section mainly asks questions on Mathematical or Verbal Reasoning. The topics from Mathematical Reasoning include Linear and circular arrangement, Selection, Direction, Blood Relations, Data Sufficiency, Cubes, Visual Reasoning, Clocks and Calendars.
The Verbal Reasoning questions were on Deductive Logic, Logical Consistency, Data Sufficiency and Statement Conclusion questions.
CMAT Language Comprehension Syllabus
This section can be divided into three parts, Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary or English Usage and Critical Reasoning. The Reading Comprehension or RC consists of passages of around 120 words and corresponding questions. The questions are mainly direct, with some of them inferential and summary based.
The vocabulary questions are on Synonyms, Antonyms, Word Usage, Idioms, Sentence Completion and Analogy, Para Jumbles and Fact Inference and Judgment (FIJ). Critical Reasoning and Grammar include the other aspects of the CMAT Language Comprehension Syllabus.
CMAT General Awareness Syllabus
The General Awareness section of the CMAT 2014 Syllabus is divided into two parts, static GK and current affairs. The static GK has questions like famous personalities, books and authors, awards etc. The current affairs part can ask you questions from anywhere under the sun like politics, business, sports, social developments, entertainment etc.
The general difficulty level of the exam varies from Easy to Moderate. Though it is expected that the CMAT 2014 Syllabus will be on the above lines, however, you should be prepared well to face any surprises. The fact of relief is, CMAT exam hardly throws any surprises.
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