AIMA UGAT 2020 FAQs | EducationAsia.in

FAQs

Q:  How many times a year AIMA UGAT is conducted?
A:  AIMA UGAT is conducted once a year usually during the month of May.

Q:  What is the exam mode of UGAT?
A:  The AIMA UGAT exam is conducted only in offline mode i.e. paper-based.

Q:  Can I get the admit card in offline mode?
A:  The candidates can get the admit card in online mode only through the official website of AIMA. No hard copy of the admit card will be sent through post or any other medium.

Q:  Is there any age limit for AIMA UGAT?
A:  There is no age limit to appear for AIMA UGAT. But, the candidate must be 17 years or above and must fulfill the eligibility criteria.

Q:  Is there negative marking in UGAT?
A:  Yes, for each incorrect answer 0.25 marks will be deducted.

Q:  What is the nature of UGAT?
A:  AIMA UGAT is an objective type exam designed to measure the candidate's general aptitude and technical skills.

Q:  What is the validity of the UGAT score?
A:  Validity of the UGAT score is for that particular session for most Management Institutes.

Q:  Is there any application fee relaxation for reserved category candidates?
A:  No, the application fee for every category candidate is the same i.e. Rs. 650/-.

Q:  How do I check the cut off for AIMA UGAT?
A:  Steps to check the UGAT cut off:

1- Go to the official website of AIMA
2- Click on the AIMA UGAT cut off link
3- Enter the enrolled number.
4- And the date of birth.
5- Click here to the submit button.
6- Check here the Cut off Marks.

Q:  How many institutes accept UGAT score?
A:  A total of 60 prominent institutes in India accept the UGAT score. To get the list you may visit the AIMA official website.

Q:  Which states are the exam centres for AIMA UGAT?
A:  States that are the exam centre for AIMA UGAT are:

1- Assam
2- Chandigarh 
3- Chattisgarh 
4- Delhi 
5- Goa 
6- Gujarat
7- Jammu & Kashmir
8- Jharkhand 
9- Karnataka 
10- Madhya Pradesh
11- Maharashtra 
12- Odisha 
13- Rajasthan
14- Tamil Nadu
15- Telangana 
16- Uttar Pradesh 
17- Uttarakhand 
18- West Bengal

Q:  What is the expected cut off for AIMA UGAT?
A:  Cut off for AIMA UGAT varies from institution to institution. Cut off will be released after the result is out, and normally falls between 80 - 90 for top institutions.

Q:  What are the best books I can prepare for UGAT?
A:  Books that will help you clear AIMA UGAT are:

1- Objective General English by R.S.Aggarwal
2- Objective English for Competitive examinations by Hari Mohan Prasad and Uma Rani Sinha.3- Quantitative Aptitude by R.S.Aggarwal
4- Numerical ability and Quantitative by P.K.Mittal
5- A modern approach to Verbal and Non-Verbal reasoning by R.S.Aggarwal
6- A modern approach to logical reasoning by S.Chand
7- General knowledge and General awareness by Ravi Chopra
8- Advanced Objective general knowledge by R.S.Aggarwal
9- General knowledge by Manohar Pandey

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