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CMAT exam 2015 begun today: Analysis of CMAT second test

CMAT Examination 2015 has begun on 19th February 2015. CMAT Exam was conducted in two sessions today. There were no technical glitches in the examination in both the sessions and it was conducted rather smoothly.

Feb 19, 2015 16:32 IST
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CMAT Examination 2015 has begun on 19th February 2015. CMAT Exam was conducted in two sessions today. There were no technical glitches in the examination in both the sessions and it was conducted rather smoothly.

CMAT Examination 2015 (second test) was conducted at 10:00 a.m. in the first slot on 19th February 2015. Everyday there will be two sessions of CMAT Exam. It will continue tll 22nd February 2015.

CMAT Exam on 19th February 2015 was of Easy to moderate level. CMAT Exam on 19th February had no surprising elements. It followed the expected lines and format. Questions in Quantitative Aptitude section were moderate however questions in Language comprehension and General Awareness were tad bit tough. Usually it is difficult to cover all the things happening around and General Awareness was tough to crack.

Quantitative Aptitude had questions on Ratio and proportion; percentage; Profit & Loss; linear equation; venn diagram; Logarithm; Probability; Mensuration; Time and distance; Geometrical concepts. Difficulty level being moderate.

Questions on Data Interpretation were a bit time consuming though solvable and needed good data comparison and analysis capability from the candidate.

English language comprehension section had questions on fundamentals of English Language like spotting the errors in sentences, fill in the blanks based on subject verb agreement and grammar and tenses. There were vocabulary based questions as well like antonyms, synonyms etc. Reading comprehension passages were not as short unlike previous CMAT Examinations.

Logical Reasoning comprised of questions on arrangement, Deductive Logic, Data Sufficiency, venn diagrams, statement assumptions, statement conclusions or inferences, analogy, syllogisms.

General Awareness, one of the most crucial sections had Current affairs questions on recent happenings - national and international. Conventional GK consisted of questions on Capital/Currency, International organizations, books, authors, personalities, current events as we suggested before.

No. of questions were 25 in each section like previous CMAT Exams.

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