Before appearing for MAT exam, it is extremely important to know the MAT syllabus. The syllabus of MAT includes questions from Language Comprehension, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning, Data Analysis and Sufficiency, Mathematical Skills, and Indian and Global Environment. The AIMA does not release any official syllabus, but test-takers can prepare for the exam by going through past years’ MAT Question Papers.
MAT 2019 February Paper-Based Test will be conducted on February 17, 2019, and, MAT February Computer-Based Test will be conducted on February 23, 2019. Candidates needed to answer 200 questions in 150 minutes.
In Language Comprehension the applicants have to prepare for questions which are based on English grammar, English proficiency, fill in the blanks, synonyms, antonyms, reading comprehension and para jumble.
For this, candidates need to start reading novels, editor’s column in newspapers, solve questions and clear the basics of grammar with the help grammar books.
In this section, your skills of reasoning and understanding the questions and situations will be tested. Here you will be asked questions based on fact inference judgment, analogy, statement argument, passage conclusion.
Related topics that you need to study as per MAT 2019 syllabus:
The questions from this section are asked from the topics like elementary mathematics, arithmetic, sequence and series, linear programming, trigonometry, algebra, coordinate geometry, permutation and combinations, heights and distance.
MAT 2019 syllabus for this section includes :
Candidates observational and analytical skills will be tested in this sections. Some of the Important topics are data analysis and sufficiency cover the topics on the table, graphs (line, area), data sufficiency, Venn diagram, charts (column, bar, pie), among others.
Other topics included are:
For this section preparation need to be started from today onwards. You cannot prepare this section overnight or within a month. Maximum number of questions are asked from this question. Also, candidates are required to answer the questions based on global issues, general knowledge and much more.
More Topics are:
Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya
Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana
West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations
CENTRALIZED COUNSELLING FOR M.TECH./M.ARCH./M.PLAN. ADMISSIONS
Central Universities Common Entrance Test
Diploma in Computer Application
Postgraduate Diploma In Computer Applications
Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination
Expert Computer Course (ECC)
Note: Kindly fill all the details carefully and click on the “submit” button.