BMAT 2020 PATTERN & SYLLABUS
STATE LEVEL OFFLINE TEST
BVP BMAT 2020 Exam Pattern is prescribed by Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University for admission to its MBA / MBA-HR Post Graduate programs. Question Paper consist of 200 Multiple Choice Questions. Candidates taking the entrance exam also have to appear for the selection rounds (GD/PI) in the same exam hall like that of the entrance exam.
BMAT 2020 March session has been postponed which was scheduled on March 22. Candidates have to appear now on April 19, 2020.
|Exam Date||March 22, 2020 (Postponed) & April 19, 2020|
|Number of Paper||1|
|Duration of exam||150 minutes|
|Number of questions||200|
|Number of answer choices||4|
|Mode of examination||Online|
|Marking scheme||+1 marks for correct answer|
BMAT question paper consists of 200 questions from, Current Affairs, Mathematics, Abstract and Logical Reasoning, Computer Awareness, Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension, Quantitative Aptitude and Management Skills. You can check their weightage below:
|Sections||Number of questions||Total Marks|
|Abstract and Logical Reasoning||50||50|
|Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension||40||40|
In the case of candidates securing equal aggregate marks their relative rank is determined on the basis of following the order of preference:
a) When the total scores are the same, the candidates are ranked according to their marks in the written test of B-MAT-2020.
b) If equal, the candidates are ranked according to their percentage of marks obtained at HSC or its equivalent examination.
c) If equal, the candidates are ranked according to their percentage of marks scored at SSC or its equivalent examination.
d) When all the above scores are the same, the candidates are ranked on the basis of computerized random numbering.
Candidates who want to appear for B-MAT can check below the official syllabus for BMAT 2020:
|Current Affairs||Static General Knowledge, History, Geography, Current Affairs, National and International happenings in the world of politics, business, trade and economy, Governance, Sports, Personalities and awards, Books.|
|Mathematics||The Mathematics section covers topics studied at the secondary school level, like Number Systems, Algebra, Trigonometry, Mensuration, Coordinate Geometry, Statistics & Probability.|
|Quantitative Ability||Mean, Median, Mode, Installments and Payments, Partnership, Clocks, Work and Time, Pipe and Cisterns, Lines, Cubes and Cones, Work and Time, Time, Speed and, Distance, Partnership, BODMAS|
|Abstract and Logical Reasoning||Table, Bars, Pie-Charts, Line Graphs, Blood Relations, Puzzles, Arrangements, Data Structures, Series, Coding-Decoding, Clocks and Calendars, Direction|
|Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension||This section has questions that challenge and analyze the candidates’ knowledge of English Language and comprehension skills.|
|Computer Awareness and Management Skills||These sections test a candidate’s basic knowledge of computer and flair for business and management.|
These are some important instructions for B-MAT that candidates should follow.
We hope this article was helpful and you are all geared up for the exam on March 25. Good luck!
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College