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June 14, 2022

MICAT 2023 exam is scheduled on two different dates as MICAT-I and MICAT-2. While MICAT-I will be held in December 2022, the MICAT-II will be held in January 2023 for admission to MICA Ahmedabad. MICAT score is awarded 50% weightage in shortlisting for final selection round in MICA Ahmedabad PGDM admission process.

 

To prepare for the MICAT exam and to get high score in it, MICAT Mock Test is the best preparation tool that can help test takers to score well. To help the aspirants, experts at MBAUniverse.com have prepared MICAT Mock Test taken from MICA with appropriate difficulty level, based on the latest Exam Pattern. So check your readiness now for the Exam!   

 

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Take Free Online MICAT Mock Test on MBAUniverse.com: On this page, you can take MICAT Online Mock Test Free. The complete MICAT Mock Test is given below and you can attempt the Mock test without any hurdle. This MICAT Mock Test Paper on MBAUniverse.com, will help you get familiar to online test/computer-based test.

 

Important Instructions about MICAT Mock Test

MICAT exam has following three sections:

Sections in MICAT-I & MICAT-II
Name of Sections
Sectional Time Duration
Section A:
Psychometric Test
30 Minutes
Section B: 
Aptitude Test with 4 Sub Sections:
1) Verbal ability;
2) Quantitative Ability and Data Interpretation;
3) General Awareness;
4)Divergent and Convergent Thinking
1 hours 20 Minutes
Section C:
Descriptive Test
25 Minutes

The MICAT Mock for Psychometric Test is not included in the below given Mock. The important information about MICAT Psychometric test is that it has 150 questions which need to be solved in 25 or 30 minutes. All the questions need to be attempted. This section of MICAT is kept out of Mock test.

 

MICAT Mock Test-1 for PGDM-C: MICAT SAMPLE QUESTIONS
This MICAT Mock consists of two sections: Descriptive Test and Aptitude Test with 4 sub sections

 

MICAT Descriptive Mock Test

 

Question 1
1a) 'Environment is more important than development.' Present five arguments in support of this statement. (Provide about 250 words space to write)

 

1b) 'Environment is more important than development.' Present five arguments against this statement. (Provide about 250 words space to write)

 

1c) Having given your arguments on both sides of the statement, ‘Environment is more important than development.’, present your own views in about 200 words in response to a request from a leading newspaper editor. Please note that you have to take one viewpoint for your response, i.e., either for or against. No marks will be given for expressing your views on both sides of the argument. (Provide about 250 words space to write)

 

Question 2
2a )'Public opinion is vital for policy making. 'Present 3 arguments FOR the statement. (Provide about 250 words space to write)

 

2b) 'Public opinion is vital for policy making'. Present 3 arguments AGAINST the statement.

 

(Provide about 250 words space to write)

 

2c) Having given your arguments for both sides of the statement, 'Public opinion is vital for policy making', present your own views in about 200 words in response to a request from a leading newspaper editor.

 

Please note that you have to take one viewpoint for your response, i.e., either FOR or AGAINST. No marks will be given for expressing your views on both sides of the argument. (Provide about 250 words space to write)

 

Q. 3) Arrange the following pictures in a sequence to write a story accordingly. Write the picture sequence and a story of approximately 300 words in the allocated space. Ensure that all the pictures have been utilized in the story. Please mention the sequence of images as part of your answer. (Provide about 350 words space to write)

 

Present four pictures as in the following manner and Label the pictures as A, B, C and D)

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Q.4) Arrange the following pictures in a sequence to write a story. Indicate the picture sequence, and create a story of approximately 300 words in the allocated space. Ensure that all the pictures have been utilized

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Section-2: MICAT Aptitude Test

 

2.1 Divergent and Convergent Thinking
Q NO 1) This problem consists of four clues and against that set of four clues, five alternatives are given.

 

These alternatives are associated with either one or more than one clues in some manner. Amongst all these five alternatives, there is only one alternative that is associated with all of the four clues in some manner.

 

This alternative is the right answer.

 

Your task is to mark the right answer from among the alternatives given.

 

For example, in the sample question below, alternative E “apple” is related to all the four clues as follows:

 

(i) an apple cart

(ii) cider is made from apple

(iii) apple of my eye

(iv) orange and apple are fruits.

 

In that case, you have to select and save the alternative 5.

 

Sample Question

 

Question Clues:

(i) Cart A Round

(ii) Cider B Juice

(iii) Eye C Orchard

(iv) Orange D Village

 

E Apple

 

Question Clues:

(i) Stand

(ii) Support

(iii) Origin

(iv) Bottom

  • Base
  • Heart
  • Election
  • Crowd
  • Wisdom

Q NO 2) Each statement is followed by two assumptions which may or may not contain data that is presupposed by the statement. Choose the most appropriate option:

 

Statement: Archeological excavations have to be done only by trained professionals since we cannot afford to lose any opportunity of knowing our ancestors better.

 

Assumption I:In order to know our ancestors better we must identify sites where they lived and dig those sites.

 

Assumption II:The objects our ancestors used, like pots and earthenware are our only means of knowing our ancestors.

  • The statement presupposes either assumption I or assumption II
  • The statement presupposes neither assumption I nor assumption II
  • The statement presupposes only assumption I
  • The statement presupposes only assumption II
  • The statement presupposes both assumption I and assumption II

Q NO 3) The Question comprises two statements followed by two conclusions I and II. Considering the two given statements to be true, identify the conclusion(s) that follow logically beyond any reasonable doubt from the information given in the statements and choose the most appropriate option.

 

Statements: 1. If I go to the market or to the mall then I will not go swimming.

 

 2. The mall was so crowded that I did not dare to step in.

 

Conclusions: I. I have either done my shopping at the market or gone swimming.

 

II. If the market is also crowded then I will have gone swimming.

  • Only conclusion I follows
  • Only conclusion II follows
  • Either conclusion I or II Follows
  • Neither conclusion I nor II follows
  • Both conclusions I and II follow

Q NO 4) The Question comprises two statements followed by two conclusions I and II. Considering the two given statements to be true, identify the conclusion(s) that follow logically beyond any reasonable doubt from the information given in the statements and choose the most appropriate option.

 

Statements:

1. None of the big brands have an online presence yet.

2. Those brands having an online presence offer huge discounts.

 

Conclusions:

I. Big brands only have physical stores in which they do not offer huge discounts.

II. If a brand is offering a huge discount it must be having an online presence.

  • Only conclusion I follows
  • Only conclusion II follows
  • Either conclusion I or II follows
  • Neither conclusion I nor II follows
  • Both conclusions I and II follow

2.2 General Awareness
 

Q NO 1) Asal Uttar’ is related to

  • Uttar Pradesh
  • 1965 Indo-Pak War
  • 1971 Indo-Pak War
  • Actions against Naxals

Q NO 2) Find the odd one out:

  • The Economic Times
  • The Financial Express
  • Business Standard
  • Business Line

Q NO 3) Project Vishwas was launched by ___________ in India to restore the reputation of its flagship brand.

  • Cadbury’s
  • Pepsi
  • Maggi
  • Coke

2.3 Verbal Ability
Q NO 1) In the following sentence, parts of the sentence have been left blank. Beneath each sentence, four different ways of completing the sentence are indicated. From among the given choices choose the best alternative.

 

Kerala’s writers, poets and thinkers did not inhabit solitary __________, cut off from the outside world, or _____________ themselves from the onus of being in conversation with the public.

  • Silos, insulating
  • Shells, insulting
  • Homes, excusing
  • Islands, expressing

Q NO 2) Each question has four sentences. Arrange the four sentences in a logical sequence. Choose the most appropriate sequence from the options given:a) millions of years separate seahorses from other mammals, reptiles, and even live-bearing fish:b) a pregnant seahorse father still undergoes similar bodily changes as a pregnant womanc) despite independent evolutiond) while giving birth has evolved again and again more than 150 times in vertebrates,

  • c-a-b-d
  • b-a-d-c
  • a-d-c-b
  • d-b-c-a

Q NO 3) Which of the phrases below each sentence should replace the word/phrase printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct?If the sentence is correct as it is given and no correction is required, then select No Correction Required. I cannot make it to the award ceremony.

  • Make it up
  • Make up
  • Make up to
  • No correction required

Q NO 4) Which of the phrases below each sentence should replace the word/phrase printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct?If the sentence is correct as it is given and no correction is required, then select No Correction Required.The consultant declined to take any more new projects because he had a handful already

  • His hands were filled up
  • He had full hands
  • He filled his hands
  • No correction required

2.4 Quantitative ability and Data Interpretation
Q NO 1) The age of the mother is 30 years more than her daughter’s age. Ten years hence, the mother’s age will become three times the daughter’s age at that time. What is the daughter’s present age in years?

  • Eight
  • Seven
  • Five
  • None of these

Q NO 2) In a class of 80 students, 40% of the students play cricket, 50% play football and 30% play table tennis. If 5 students play both football and table tennis but not cricket, what is the maximum possible number of students that play both cricket and table tennis?

  • 11
  • 19
  • 21
  • 24

Q NO 3) The average marks obtained by 130 candidates were 48, while the average marks of those who passed were 56 and those who failed were 32. How many students passed the examination?

  • 60
  • 80
  • 70
  • None of these

Q NO 4) I called customer service for my broadband connection. I had two options (English or Hindi) to choose from. Having chosen the language, there were 4 options for selecting the service. Each of these four options had three options to choose for final service. If I call customer service, how many options are available to choose the required service?

  • 18
  • 24
  • 12
  • None of these
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