MAT 2019: Tips and Tricks:-

Management Aptitude Test is all India level MBA entrance examination to get admission in top MBA colleges of India. To crack the exam the applicant need to have a very well- structured study strategy.  So, the aspirants should gird up their loins for the exam in a serious manner.

Here are some of the tips and tricks to prepare for MAT 2019:-

1.Time Management: Build your daily study schedule in such a way that you can give equal attention to every subject.It is important to focus on each subject as marks weightage of each section is equal i.e: 40 marks.

2.Self Study: Self-study is the best preparation strategy. It is an important aspect of effective learning. So, it’s very crucial to give your last days of MAT 2019 exam preparation to self-study as it will help you in clearing your concepts and scoring good marks.

3. Be Confident and Calm: Have confidence in yourself and don’t panic in last some days of your exam. Don’t try to learn anything new, instead revise all topics which you have already done to hold the strong grip of those previously learned topics.Also, take good care of your health. Don’t miss your meals and take sufficient food and drink an adequate amount of water.

4. Practice mock papers: Practice mock papers or solve previous exam papers to get ideation of MAT 2019 exam pattern. Try to solve mock papers and question papers in a short duration of time as it will help you in increasing your speed of solving questions. This also helps in boosting your confidence.

5.Revision: Try to complete your syllabus some days before MAT 2019 examination date so that you get a sufficient amount of time for revision. Due to MAT 2019 lengthy syllabus, chances are high that you get confused in the exam if you don’t revise. Assign your last 2 or 3 days only for revision purpose, it will definitely help you to get good marks.

Here are some important books suggested by the experts and toppers which are as follows:-

Best Books for Data Analysis & Sufficiency:

  1. Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency  by author Ananta Ashisha
  2. How to Prepare for Data Interpretation by author Arun Sharma

Best Books for Language Comprehension:

  1. Verbal Ability & Comprehension by author Disha Publication
  2. Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension by author  Nishit K. Sinha
  3. Word Power Made Easy - Norman Lewis

Best Books for Mathematical Skills:

  1. The Pearson Guide to Quantitative Aptitude by author Dinesh Khattar
  2. How to Prepare for Quantitative Aptitude by author  Arun Sharma

Best Books for Intelligence & Critical Reasoning:

  1. A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning by author R.S. Aggarwal
  2. Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning by author Gajendra Kumar

Best Books for Indian & Global Environment:

  1. Manorama Year Book by author Mammen Mathew
  2. The Mega Yearbook by author Disha Experts

Apart from these books, aspirants are advised to read good magazines (Business Line, India Today, Competition Success Review, etc.) and newspapers (The Hindu, Economics Times, etc.) to gain expertise.

Finally, students must make sure that they buy the latest edition of the books in order to  to keep up with the current exam pattern and level of difficulty.

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