XAT 2020 is a management entrance test conducted at the national level. It is an online (computer-based) test conducted on the first Sunday of January 2020. XAT exam is being conducted by Xavier Labour Relation Institute (XLRI), Jamshedpur on behalf of Xavier Association
Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Calcutta, the conducting body of CAT 2018, has extended the registration date of CAT 2018. Before, candidates could submit their application forms only till September 19 but as per the extended date, the last date of
It goes without saying that an MBA program is one of the most coveted courses in India. As MBA aspirants begin preparations every year they usually shortlist the entrance exams they need to appear in to seek admission into their dream B-Schools. CAT comes as a default option but there are several
Candidates, who are appearing for NMAT for their MBA admission this year, have an extra reason to cheer about. NMAT by GMAC, which is the most candidate-friendly management entrance test in India, is now going to be accepted for International MBA courses also. Yes, you heard it right!
CAT Syllabus comprises the questions from class 10+2 syllabus. It evaluates a candidate’s quantitative, verbal/reading, data interpretation, and reasoning skills. The paper consists of 100 MCQ & Non-MCQ questions with a duration of 3 hours.
The selection procedure to Singapore Management University will commence after the release of CAT results. The Common Admission Test (CAT 2018) is scheduled for November 25 in computer based mode, apply online befor
The Common Admission Test (CAT), since 2015, has a percentage of questions spread across all the sections, that are non-MCQ types. These questions require you to type in your answer in the text box provided, hence, they are also referred to as Type in the Answer (TITA) questions.