RMAT 2020 (Scrapped) Exam Pattern and Syllabus

    Neha Rani Neha Rani
    Exams Prep Master

    RMAT 2020 has been scrapped by Rajasthan Technical University, Kota. RMAT was a State Level Entrance examination conducted once every year to provide admission to MBA courses exclusively for the domiciles of Rajasthan.

    • Rajasthan Management Aptitude Test was conducted in Offline (Pen and paper based) mode.
    • The test was based on Objective questions only.
    • There were 200 objective based multiple-choice questions for the test.
    • One mark was allotted for each correct answer. No negative marking was applicable while evaluating the test papers.
    • The duration of RMAT was 150 minutes.
    • The medium for appearing in RMAT was English only.
    • RMAT question paper was based on topics such as Data analysis and interpretation, English Language, General Awareness, Mathematical ability and Reasoning and Aptitude.

    Rajasthan Management Aptitude Test i.e. RMAT was a state level entrance examination conducted for those students who wish to get admission into MBA program. The examination was conducted by Rajasthan Technical University.


    RMAT Pattern Highlights

    Exam ModeOffline (Pen Paper Based)
    Number of papers 1
    Number of sections 5
    Question Paper Type Objective based MCQ
    RMAT Total Marks 150
    Exam duration 150 marks
    Exam Language English

    RMAT Exam Pattern in Details

    RMAT was being administered by Rajasthan Technical University, Kota. The syllabus for Management Aptitude Test was based on English proficiency, General Knowledge, Mathematics, Reasoning and Analysis.

    RMAT aspirants were needed to observe the exam pattern first and then begin to prepare for the exam. Here is an overview of RMAT.

    • Total number of questions: 200
    • Type of questions: Objective based Multiple-choice questions.
    • Duration of exam: 150 minutes
    • Marking Scheme: No Negative marking scheme was being employed while evaluating the answers. Every correct answer was given 1 mark.
    • Total marks: 200
    • Rajasthan Management Aptitude Test Subjects include Data Analysis and interpretation, English Language, General Awareness, Mathematical Ability and Reasoning and Aptitude.
    • Each of the subject carry 40 marks weightage rounding up the total of 200 marks.

    All the questions asked in the exam are explained in detail below:

    Data Analysis and Interpretation

    Data Analysis and Interpretation carried 40 marks of weightage in RMAT question paper. The questions asked were based on visual diagrams, graphs and tables. The detailed types are listed below.

    Data Interpretation based on textLine charts
    Data Interpretation based on graphs and tablesPie Chart
    Graphs can be Column graphsGraphs representing Area
    Bar GraphsVenn Diagram

    English Language

    RMAT English Language comprised of questions based on Verbal Reasoning, Contextual Usage, Analogies, Fill in the blanks and so on. The detailed type of questions in the English language are tabulated below

    Comprehension passages or poemsJumbled Paragraphs (6 Sentences with First and Last Fixed)
    Contextual UsageJumbled Paragraphs With 4 Or 5 Sentences
    Different Usage of Same WordOdd Man Out
    Fill in The BlanksOne Word Substitution
    Foreign Language Words Used in EnglishSentence Completion
    IdiomsSentence Correction
    AntonymsSentence Correction
    AnalogiesVerbal Reasoning

    General Awareness

    RMAT questions on General Awareness were based on current affairs on the social, political and regional front. The detailed types of questions are tabulated below.

    Current Affairs Famous award and prizesWorld Records
    BusinessBooks and authors
    Punch line of CompaniesScience, History, Geography, International Organisations
    Top officials of Big CompaniesImportant Quotations
    Major Contemporary Corporate eventsSocial issues, Sports, Finance, Automobiles, Entertainment, Politics

    Mathematical ability

    RMAT included Geometry questions to test the Mathematical ability of the appearing candidates. Questions based on Probability, Permutations and Combinations, Percentages, Quadratic equations were asked. The detailed questions are tabulated below.

    Ratios and ProportionVenn Diagram
    In-equationsInstalment
    Quadratic and linear equationsPayments
    Profit and LossProbability
    AveragesPermutations & Combinations
    PartnershipTrigonometry
    Time-Speed-DistanceVectors
    HCFBinomial Expansion
    LCMCo-ordinate geometry
    Geometric ProgressionLogarithm
    Arithmetic meanMaxima & Minima Progression
    Number Base SystemSurds & Indices
    BODMASComplex numbers
    Simple Interest & Compound Interest-
    Set Theory-

    Reasoning and Aptitude

    RMAT paper included questions based on reasoning and aptitude such as Critical reasoning, Visual reasoning and Syllogisms.

    The detailed questions are tabulated below.

    Critical reasoningMatrix arrangements
    Visual reasoningSyllogisms
    AssumptionFamily tree – identifying relationship among group of people
    PremiseSymbol Based problems
    Conclusion Assertion and reasonsCoding and Decoding
    Cause and EffectSequencing
    Identifying True or FalseIdentifying next number in series
    Linear arrangements-

    RMAT Marking Scheme

    The Marking Scheme for RMAT is explained in detail below

    • The nature of questions asked in RMAT were Objective based multiple-choice questions.
    • There were four options presented from which only one was the answer to the question asked.
    • The total number of questions were 200 carrying one mark each. There was no negative marking scheme applicable in the evaluation.
    • Every correct answer was being allotted one mark. The duration of the exam was 150 minutes.
    • The time management was a great challenge for the applicants as they had to solve 200 objective questions in 150 minutes.
    • Solving MCQs and giving mock test helped candidates to prepare for time management during the exam.

    Here is the table highlighting the marking scheme

    TopicWeightage marksMarks allotted for every correct answerTotal Marks
    Data analysis and interpretation401 markNo Negative marking was involved hence candidates attempted all questions.
    English Language401 mark
    General Awareness401 mark
    Mathematical ability401 mark
    Reasoning and Aptitude401 mark200 marks

    RMAT Syllabus

    RMAT consisted of questions from various subjects to test the aptitude of the candidate. Subjects such as Data Analysis and Interpretation, English Language Proficiency Questions, General Awareness and Knowledge, Mathematical ability and Reasoning and Aptitude were covered. Here are the subjects with detailed topics that were asked in RMAT.

    Data Analysis and Interpretation

    • Bar Graphs
    • Data Interpretation based on graphs and tables.
    • Data Interpretation based on text
    • Graphs can be Column graphs
    • Graphs representing Area
    • Line charts
    • Pie Chart
    • Venn Diagram

    English Language Proficiency Questions

    • Comprehension passages or poems
    • Analogies
    • Antonyms
    • Contextual Usage
    • Different Usage of Same Word
    • Fill in The Blanks
    • Foreign Language Words Used in English
    • Idioms
    • Jumbled Paragraphs (6 Sentences with First and Last Fixed)
    • Jumbled Paragraphs With 4 Or 5 Sentences
    • Odd Man Out
    • One Word Substitution
    • Sentence Completion
    • Sentence Correction
    • Sentence Correction
    • Verbal Reasoning

    Mathematical Ability

    • Ratios and Proportion
    • In-equations Quadratic and linear equations
    • Profit & Loss, Averages
    • Partnership
    • Time-Speed-Distance
    • HCF
    • LCM
    • Geometric Progression
    • Arithmetic mean
    • Number Base System
    • BODMAS
    • Simple Interest & Compound Interest
    • Set Theory
    • Venn Diagram
    • Instalment Payments
    • Probability
    • Permutations & Combinations
    • Trigonometry
    • Vectors
    • Binomial Expansion
    • Coordinate geometry
    • Logarithm
    • Maxima & Minima Progression
    • Surds & Indices
    • Complex numbers.

    Reasoning and Aptitude

    • Critical reasoning
    • Visual reasoning
    • Assumption-Premise-Conclusion
    • Assertion and reasons
    • Cause and Effect
    • Identifying True or False
    • Linear arrangements
    • Matrix arrangements
    • Syllogisms
    • Family tree – identifying relationship among group of people
    • Symbol Based problems
    • Coding and Decoding

    General Awareness

    • Current Affairs
    • Business
    • Punch line of Companies
    • Top officials of Big Companies
    • Major Contemporary Corporate events
    • Famous award and prizes
    • World Records
    • Books and authors
    • Science, History, Geography, International Organisations
    • Important Quotations
    • Social issues, Sports, Finance, Automobiles, Entertainment, Politics

    RMAT Books

    Aspirants refered to the books that covered the previous year’s solved question papers and model questions papers for practice.

    SubjectBook NameAuthorISBN
    All SubjectsRajasthan Management Admission Test (RMAT)Lal, JainISBN-10: 8174826742 ISBN-13: 978-8174826749
    All SubjectsGuide to RMAT For MBA (Rajasthan Management Admission Test) -ISBN-10: 8183551033 ISBN-13: 978-8183551038
    General AwarenessGeneral KnowledgePurushottam KumarISBN-10: 9386309696 ISBN-13: 978-9386309693
    Reasoning and AptitudeQuantitative Aptitude and ReasoningR. V. Praveen (Author)ISBN-10: 8120352270 ISBN-13: 978-8120352278
    Data Analysis and InterpretationData Interpretation & Data SufficiencyData Interpretation & Data SufficiencyISBN-10: 9352039246 ISBN-13: 978-9352039241

    RMAT Instructions

    Appearing candidates needed to mark their answers on OMR sheet which was given at the time of examination.

    There were few guidelines for filling OMR sheets that candidates should follow:

    • Applicants had to read and follow the instructions given in the question booklet.
    • Only the OMR sheet had to be handed over to the Invigilator before leaving the exam hall.
    • The answer bubbles had to be filled in appropriately.
    • Rough work had to be done only on the page provided in the question booklet.
    • No negative marking were involved hence Candidates could attempt all the questions.

    *The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College

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