JMET 2011 Exam Pattern

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JMET 2011 was a 3 hour multiple choice test. A total of 120 questions included Verbal Communication, Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Ability and Data Interpretation.



JMET 2011 Syllabus

JMET 2011 Verbal Communication

This section aims to test the candidate's comprehension and interpretation abilities in English as a language of business. Given the potential manager's decision-making roles, this section seeks to examine the candidate's felicity with common forms of English expression, grammar and usage in business that would enable him/her to extract essential information from a variety of data, and arrive at an informed decision.

Regular analysis of business articles and non-fiction prose, besides a firm grasp of communicative English grammar would be helpful in preparing for this section.

JMET 2011 Logical Reasoning

This section consists of analytical reasoning, argument analysis, and analysis of explanation questions.

JMET 2011 Quantitative Ability

This section aims to test the candidate's understanding of Basic Mathematics (Numbers; Operations; HCF and LCM; Fractions, Decimals and Percentages; Ratio and Proportion; Roots and Power; Logarithms; Progressions; Elementary Geometry and Mensuration; Elementary Trigonometry; Introductory Set Theory), Linear Algebra (Equations and Inequalities; Matrices; Determinants; Simultaneous equations and solutions; Elementary Linear Programming; Elementary differential calculus involving functions of one variable; Elementary integral calculus), and Probability and Statistics (Types of Data; Frequency Distributions; Measures of Central Tendency and Dispersion; Probability Concepts: Basic Outcomes, Events, Sample Spaces; Probability Calculations: Counting Rules using Permutations and Combinations, Unions and Intersections, Complementary Events, Mutually Exclusive Events, Conditional Probability and Independent Events; Binomial, Poisson and Normal Random Variables; Correlation and Simple Linear Regression) for their use in business applications such as Partnership and Shareholding; Present Worth and Discounts; Depreciation; Demand and Supply; Cost and Revenue, and common applications such as Banking Transactions; Inventories; Mixtures; Time and Work; Time and Distance; Pipes and Tanks; Estimation of time, distance, area, volume, effort, etc.

JMET 2011 Data Interpretation

This section aims to assess the ability of the student to make valid interpretations from a given data set. The section also assesses the student's ability to understand data in different representative forms such as simple tables, histograms, pie charts, graphs, scatter diagrams, etc. Although involved calculations are not expected, simple data manipulations would be required.

JMET 2011 Marking System

JMET marking system penalizes you for wrongly chosen answers. For a wrong answer to a question, 25% of the marks allotted to that question will be deducted. Moreover, JMET test takers had to clear an individual cut-off in above four sections and the overall cut-off in JMET paper before being considered for JMET 2011 merit for admission.

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