Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is a national level entrance test conducted by All India Management Association (AIMA) for admission to MBA programs in various Business Schools (B-Schools) across the country. MAT is conducted four times in a year. Upcoming MAT is scheduled for the month of September.
The MAT test is conducted to assess candidates’ knowledge in five test areas:
It has 200 questions in total with 40 questions in each section. To score well in Intelligence & Critical Reasoning section of MAT Examination, one needs to practice and develop reasoning aptitude.
One should ensure regular practice with Practice Papers. Practice should be done with the right level of questions since it helps in gaining accuracy and speed during the main exam.
Reasoning can mainly be divided in two categories-
Critical Reasoning: It includes Assumption-premise-conclusion based questions, Assertion and Reason based questions, Statements and Assumptions, Strong and Weak Arguments, Inference based questions, Cause and Effect based problems.
Visual Reasoning: It has Linear Arrangements question, Family tree problems, Symbol based problems, Coding and De coding questions, Sequencing problems, Series problems, Blood Relations, Direction sense questions.
Here are some tips to crack the Intelligence & Critical Reasoning
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