BMAT 2020 Syllabus
The B-MAT 2020 syllabus consists of seven sections. Syllabus for each section is mentioned below:
Section 1. Current Affairs:
General Knowledge, History, Geography, Current Affairs, National and International happenings in the world of politics, business, trade and economy, governance, sports, personalities and awards, books, etc.
Section 2. Mathematics:
Number Systems, Algebra, Coordinate Geometry, Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration, Statistics & Probability
Section 3. Quantitative Ability:
Median, Installments and Payments, Partnership, Clocks, Work and Time, Pipe and Cisterns, Lines, Cubes and Cones, Work and Time, Time, Speed, Distance, Partnership, Mode, BODMAS, etc.
Section 4. Abstract and Logical Reasoning:
Table, Bars, Pie-Charts, Line Graphs, Blood Relations, Puzzles, Arrangements, Data Structures, Series, Coding-Decoding, Clocks and Calendars, Direction.
Section 5. Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension:
English Grammar, passages, fill in the blanks, word meaning, word usage, vocabulary, synonyms, etc.
Section 6. Computer awareness:
Basic computer knowledge
Section 7. Management skills:
Soft Skills, Marketing Associate, Human Resource Associate, Finance associate, etc.
Q: What does B-MAT stand for?
A: B-MAT is an entrance exam organized by a deemed-to-be-university, Bharati Vidyapeeth for the management studies (MBA). While B stands for the college name, the MAT stands for Management Aptitude Test.
Q: What is the final date for BMAT Application form?
A: The last date for B-MAT in 2020 is March 22. For all other important dates check out the B-MAT 2020 Schedule above.
Q: What are the steps of the B-MAT exam?
A: The exam is held over three steps. They are written test, Group Discussion & Personal Interview.
Q: Is there any relaxation in the application fee for reserved category candidates?
A: No, the application fee for all the category candidates is the same i.e. Rs 1500.
Q: Is there any negative marking in B-MAT 2020?
A: No, there is no negative marking in B-MAT 2020.
Q: What is the duration of B-MAT?
A: The duration of the B-MAT exam is 2 hours or 120 minutes.
Q: Which section contains the most no. of questions in B-MAT?
A: The abstract and logical reasoning section consists of the most number of questions with 50 questions.
Q: What are the documents I can carry to the examination hall?
A: The candidate is allowed only the admit card and photo id proof.