Though MAT (Management Aptitude Test) is considered easier than other entrance exams for MBA, yet the difficulty level is considerably moderate. This exam is more of a speed-based than difficulty-based, which is why students are supposed to solve 200 question in 150 minutes. Preparation with zeal and vigor is what it takes to excel in the MAT exams.
In order to get Tier-1 MBA college accepting MAT scores, candidates need a minimum of 95 percentile. Since marks of all the sections is considered for overall percentile calculation, the aspirants will have to score high in each of the sections.
This section is a vital one wherein students are tested for their skills in 'reading comprehension' and 'verbal ability'. The comprehension section includes -
|Some of the popular books for language comprehension|
|Oxford's Practical English Usage||Michael Shawn|
|Verbal & Reading Comprehension for CAT||Pearson|
|Mastering for Verbal Ability for CAT||Arihant Publication|
The mathematical section consist of 40 questions for which conceptual clarity of each topic is sufficient. Besides, practicing past year's questions can enhance your problem solving skill within the time bound, which is a pre-requisite. Students can prepare from the books prescribed for preparation of CAT for the mathematical section.
|Below listed are few books for Maths preparation in MAT exam 2021|
|Mathematics for MBA||RS Aggarwal|
|How to Prepare for Quantitative Aptitude||Arun Sharma|
|Speed Mathematics: Do it quick, Do it right||Rajesh Kumar Thakur C|
This is an important and considerably difficult section of MAT entrance exam. Also, this is a low-scoring section of this exam. Practicing more and more questions with tips and tricks will enhance the ability to interpret data quickly. Students can refer to some of the below recommended books-
|Mission MBA MAT||Arihant|
|Face 2 Face MAT||Arihant|
|Study Package for MAT||Arun Sharma|
Referring to some good books, practice and prepare on some of the most asked topics like family tree, arrangement, calendars, blood relation, coding-decoding etc. Students can refer to some of the popular books mentioned below for MAT exam syllabus-
|The Hand-on Guide to Analytical Reasoning & Logical Reasoning||Arihant Publication|
|Logical Reasoning Ability & General Mental Ability||Sanjeev Joon, RA Sharma|
For this section, candidates are advised to get a regular and deeper insight of current affairs and GK also. Watch YouTube, read newspapers to get to know about the contemporary facts in Indian and global environment. Also, try to develop basic understanding of Banking & Business sector.
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