Hard work is the price which needs to be paid in order to achieve success. The dictionary is the only place where success comes before work. In real life, it takes a lot of hard work to achieve success. If you are an MBA aspirant and looking forward to getting admission in one of the premier business schools in India, then, you must be preparing for MAT entrance exam. Cracking a MAT test is not a piece of cake. It takes an in depth knowledge of the subject, proper time management, analytical approach of the mind, and a very sharp memory to pass the MAT test with a significant score.
The preparation for MAT entrance test cannot be not done overnight. The test involves competition amongst the best minds of the country from various fields and disciplines. You need to start early if you want to triumph in this exam. The syllabi of different universities and colleges differ to some extent, but there are several common points that appear in most of the high level MBA entrance exam such as CAT, XAT, MAT and so forth. These common factors include aptitude test, language test, logical reasoning, comprehension and general knowledge. Hence, it is very important that the MBA aspirants should start early in advance for maximizing the chances of success.
Below are some points to consider while preparing for MAT entrance exam.
• Quantitative aptitude- a candidate of MBA is assumed to have a basic knowledge of accounting and ability to solve simple arithmetic problems. If prepared properly, a score of 100% is possible to achieve. It includes ratio, profit & loss, percentage averages etc.
• Logical reasoning- there may be several types of questions based on logical reasoning including drawing an inference out of given choices based on a statement. The statement could be anything like a series arrangement of alphabets, figures, or words. This part of exam needs special preparation. It is better to read the statement and given choices twice before selecting the answer.
• Comprehension test- comprehension test is concentrated at evaluating the knowledge of English language. In this portion of test, a paragraph is given. The candidates are supposed to read it thoroughly, and then, answer questions related to the paragraph given in the exam. Most of the answers are easily accessible from the paragraph itself, but if you need to score more in this test, then, you need to practice it more and more in order to avoid the wastage of time.
• General knowledge- this part of the test, as the name suggests is focussed on testing the general awareness of the candidates about current affairs, and other aspects of the society. It includes politics, geography, science, humanities, history etc. It can be achieved only by reading more and more. You can not be a ‘know it all,’ person but more you read, more are the chances of your better performance. Reading will keep you update with the latest happenings of the country and the world.