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Exam Pattern Overview

CAT 2013 Exam

16 Oct -11 Nov, 2013

26 Sept, 2013

Rs 1600

Bachelor’s Degree, with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA

Section I: Quant+DI, Total questions- 30, Total marks-90, Time-70 min

Section II: Verbal +Logical Reasoning Total questions- 30, Total marks-90, Time-70 min

XAT 2014 Exam

5 Jan, 2014

22 Nov, 2013

Rs 950

Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline

Part I: Multiple-choice questions for three sections – Verbal Ability, Decision Making & Quantitative Aptitude. Time allotted: 2:20 hrs

Part II: Essay writing and General Awareness. Time Allotted: 40 min

NMAT 2014 Exam

5 Oct- 18 Dec, 2013 

24 Sept, 2013 

MBA or PGDM: Rs 2000
MBA and PGDM: Rs 2400

Bachelor's Degree (10+2+3/4) in any discipline with minimum 50% marks

Language Skills:
Questions-32, Time -22 min
Quantitative Skills:
Questions-48; Time- 60
Logical Reasoning:
Questions-40; Time- 38

IIFT 2014 Exam

24th Nov, 2013

3 Sept, 2013

Rs 1200

Bachelor’s degree of minimum 3 years duration in any discipline

English Comprehension
General Knowledge & Awareness
Logical Reasoning
Quantitative Analysis

SNAP 2013 Exam

15 Dec, 2013

22 November,


Rs 2000

 Graduation with at least 50% marks

Objective tupe with fouroptions and ¼ negative marking. Four sections carrying total of 180 marks.

General English: Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, Verbal Ability: 40 Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency: 40 General Awareness:General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Business Scenario: 40 Analytical & LogicalReasoning: 60

Duration: 120 minutes

8th December 2013 (between 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm) ; 16th February 2014; 25th May 2014; 20th July 2014
2nd December 2013(5:00 PM)
Rs. 1100
Any graduate or students of final year in graduation, without any age restriction can appear for the test. 
The test contains 180 objective type questions spread over six sections to be answered over a period of three hours. Analytical Reasoning Skills: 60 Questions
Verbal Skills:60 questions
Quantitative Skills: 60 questions
20th February to 24th February 2014
2nd January 2014
Candidates who are in the final year of the Bachelor’s Degree (10+2+3) Programmes or who have appeared in the final year examination from a recognized institution/university can also appear in the test
There shall be negative marking for wrong answers; for each wrong answer 1 mark shall be deducted Duration of exam will be 180 minutes. Section I: Quantitative techniques & Data Interpretation
Section II: Logical Reasoning
Language Comprehension
General Awareness 
MAH CET 2014
15th March 2014- 16th March 2014
To be announced
To be announced
The candidates should be graduates in any discipline from a recognized institute recognized by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) with minimum 50% marks in aggregate and 45% for reserved category candidates.
MAH CET 2014 exam pattern will be held in a paper pencil based format. The duration will be 150 minutes or 2.5 hours. There will be 200 questions asked from 5 different areas including Quantitative Ability, Verbal Ability, Data Interpretation/Data Sufficiency and Reasoning.
IBSAT 2013
16th December 2013 to 7th January, 2014
  10th December, 2013
Rs. 1500
Graduation in any discipline with a minimum of 50% marks; with medium of instruction as English.

Candidates not meeting the eligibility criteria of English medium at undergraduation level have to submit the TOEFL / NELT / IELTS score by May 31, 2014.
  IBSAT 2013 will be a computer based exam of 2 hours duration. It will be an objective multiple choice question patterned exam. IBSAT 2013 will consist of 4 sections which are Verbal Ability, Reading Comprehension, Quantitative Ability and Data Adequacy and Data Interpretation.

The number of questions is 125 which have 5 options each. There is 1 mark for each correct answer and no negative marking.
MICAT 2014
First week of March 2014.
31st January 2014
Rs. 1785
  In order to be eligible for MICAT 2014, candidates need to appear for at least one of the following exams: CAT 2013, XAT (2013, 2014), GMAT (2010 onwards), ATMA 2013, CMAT (Sept 2013) and MAT (Feb, May, Sept, Dec 2013).
MICAT 2014 will have the following sections:
Verbal Reasoning
Quantitative Ability and Data Interpretation
Psychometric Section
Logical Reasoning
Creative Writing
General Awareness and Current Affairs


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