How to Crack TISSNET: Last Minute Preparation Tips

08Jan,2019
By Debasmita Mohapatra

The Tata Institute of Social Sciences conducts TISSNET for admissions to its specialized TISSNET MBA programme.  TISS-NET is a computer-based National Entrance Test for all Masters Programmes offered by TISS. MA programmes of Tata Institute of Social Sciences are highly sought after masters’ degree courses for the candidates seeking a career in management and other branches.

Let’s check the exam pattern:

The TISSNET Exam will be a computer-based mode which will have 100 objective questions to be answered within the duration of 1 hour 40 minutes. The objective type test consists of questions related to General Knowledge; Analytical Ability, Logical Reasoning; and English Proficiency. There will be no negative marking for the wrong answers in the test.

 

Some Key Changes from TISSNET 2021:

1- From 2019 TISSNET exam will not have any negative marking question.

2- From 2019 TISSNET exam will have a single question paper for all the programmes

3- There will be 100 questions for a duration of 100 minutes in TISSNET from 2019

4- The TISSNET scoring pattern is changed from 2019. General Awareness Section has 40 marks; English Proficiency has 30 marks; Maths and Logical Reasoning section carries 30 marks

 

Let’s check out the Dos and Don’ts before the exam:

Practice Test in computer-based mode:

TISSNET is a computer-based test, taking a practice test or mocks a couple of days before the exam would make you prepared for the D-Day fully. Make sure that you take the mocks in computer-based mode only.

Don’t go for any new topics: 

You will not be able to understand the concepts if you start a new topic at this moment. It is important for successful preparation not to start a new topic in the last few days of the test.

Time Management: 

To complete the test on time, it is important to a lot of equal time for all the sections. If you a lot at least 15 to 20 minutes to each section so that you have requisite time left for revision.

Relax and Don’t Stress: 

TISSNET is one of the low difficulty level tests, candidates must not take stress rather stay calm and confident about their preparations. If you are well prepared you can easily cross the exam.

 

On Test Day:

Carry Admit Card

The TISSNET Admit Card is a mandatory document to be carried in the test centre. It has to be downloaded online, take a printout, and must be preserved until the entire admission process is complete.

Manage the computer-based test 

TISSNET will be a computer-based test of 1 hour 40 minutes. There will not be any section-wise time divide, hence, manage your time properly. Since there will not be any negative marking scheme, try to attempt as many questions as possible.

Report at the center one hour prior to schedule 

The duration of the exam is 2 pm to 3.40 pm, so reach the test center by 1 pm. The entry to the centre will start at 1.30 pm. Hence plan your day in advance so that you can reach the center on schedule.

Read the instructions carefully 

Before entering the test hall or after receiving the question papers, read the instructions given in the admit card and in the question paper, and abide by them.

So keeping in mind all of these points get yourself prepared for the exam. We wish you all the best for your exam.

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