CMAT Exam Analysis 2019 - From 2019 onwards, Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) will be conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA). Until 2018, CMAT was conducted by AICTE. According to the notification released by NTA, CMAT 2019 will be held on January 28, 2019. CMAT 2019 is a national level management entrance test for admission into 500 B-schools across India. It is an online test with a time limit of 3 hours. Interested candidates can start applying from November 1, 2018, onwards. The last date to apply for CMAT 2019 exam is November 30, 2018.
If you are planning to take the CMAT 2019 exam, it is crucial for you to get an insight on how the CMAT exam is conducted and the difficulty level of the exam. This is where the exam analysis of CMAT comes into the picture; the main objective of the CMAT 2019exam analysis is to offer first-hand information of the exam so that aspirants are familiar with what to expect on the exam day.
For now CMAT 2019 aspirants can go through some previous year CMAT exam analysis, since the exam is yet to be held. This article will be updated after the exam is conducted. So let’s dive straight into the analysis of CMAT exam:
The CMAT 2018 exam was conducted on January 20, 2018. Over 70,000 students are said to have taken the exam from 73 cities across India. The national level entrance exam was conducted in two slots on the same day. As per the CMAT exam analysis 2018, the CMAT exam pattern remained unchanged this year. According to the feedbacks of the test takers, the overall difficulty level of the exam was easy to moderate. It was observed that the Language Comprehension was the easiest while the Quantitative section was the toughest followed by Logical Reasoning section.
The exam was conducted on January 28, 2017. The CMAT 2017 exam was conducted with no glitches. It was held in two slots on the exam day. According to the test takers, the difficulty level of the CMAT exam was easy and could be easily completed in the given duration. Overall the exam was easy, with same pattern and expected questions. The General Awareness section was tricky; questions were based on current economic developments and government policies such as Digital India Initiative, Demonetisation and Ease of Doing Business. CMAT 2017 exam had 100 MCQs which were divided in four sections; each section had 25 questions.
Overall the CMAT 2017 exam was easier compared to coveted management exams like CAT & XAT.
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