NMAT 2014 Syllabus
NMAT 2014 Syllabus: The NMAT 2014 exam has been announced by NMIMS Mumbai on Monday, July 1, 2013. The exam will have 3 sections, namely Quantitative Skills, Language Skills and Logical Reasoning. The NMAT 2014 Syllabus will be similar to the other MBA entrance exams. Though there is no NMAT 2014 Syllabus announced officially by NMIMS, still after studying the past trends and analysis, you can get an idea about the NMAT 2014 Syllabus.
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In this article, we will do that for you and give you the probable NMAT 2014 Syllabus according to sections.
NMAT 2014 Syllabus for Quantitative Skills
The Quantitative Skills area consists of the 48 questions which you have to solve within 60 minutes. The section will consist of the following topics:
In the Problem Solving part, the questions can be divided into following topics:
The Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency questions were on Bar Graphs, Line Graphs, Pie Charts, Venn Diagrams etc.
NMAT 2014 Syllabus for Language Skills
The Language Skills section will have 40 questions to be solved under 38 minutes. The section will have 2 Reading Comprehension passages which have corresponding questions. The other questions are on English Usage. The topics are as follows:
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NMAT 2014 Syllabus for Logical Reasoning
The Logical Reasoning section of NMAT 2014 will consist of 40 questions. The duration of the section is 38 minutes. This section consists of Logical Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning and Decision Making questions. The topics which are included in the Logical Reasoning part include the following:
The Verbal Reasoning questions are on the following:
The Decision Making questions were on specific scenarios with possible courses of action to be taken and you are to choose the most appropriate of them.
The difficulty level of the NMAT paper ranges from moderate to tough.
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