This present test is the second CMAT test. Candidates who have already appeared in CMAT first test can also take up the second test for better scores. The scores will be considered for the admissions of academic year 2013-15.
The detailed Syllabus is as given below:
A) Quantitative Aptitude and Data Interpretation:
Quantitative techniques has questions from Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Mensuration and Probability.
Data Interpretation and Sufficiency essentially has questions involving tables, charts and graphics.
Candidates are required to solve questions using simple mathematical calculations.
B) Logical Reasoning: This section mainly constitutes of -
Critical Reasoning problems based on Assumption Premise Conclusion, Assertion and reasons, Statements and assumptions, Strong arguments and weak arguments, Inference based questions, Cause and effect. Visual reasoning problems based on Linear arrangements, Family tree problem, Symbol based problems, coding and decoding, sequencing, Alphabetical series, Blood relations and Direction Sense.
C) Language Comprehension: It is divided into two categories namely-
1. Vocabulary Based Questions and
2. English Grammar Based Questions.
Here, candidates should prepare on Antonyms, Synonyms, Sentence correction, Sentence completion, Odd one out problems, one word substitution, Idioms, Fill in the blanks and Parajumble questions.
D) General Awareness: This is a section for which candidates need to keep themselves updated, in areas such as India and International Personalities, Historical Events, Science News, Sports, Aberrations, Business News, National and International current affairs and Political happenings.
The Marks for each section are allotted as given below:
CMAT is a 3.00 Hrs. There are 4 sections, each section is expected to have 25 questions in it. CMAT candidates on Quantitative Aptitude and Interpretation, Reasoning, Verbal Ability and General Awareness. And There shall be penalty for each-an-every wrong answers.