JEMAT Exam Pattern 2020
JEMAT Exam Pattern 2020 - Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad University of Technology (MAKAUT), West Bengal released the JEMAT 2020 exam pattern for those candidates who want to pursue MBA programme at West Bengal University of Technology. The Joint Entrance Management Aptitude Test (JEMAT) conducted by MAKAUT every year. JEMAT exam pattern 2020 will consist, total number of questions, time duration, section wise total marks, exam mode and exam medium. Through JEMAT exam pattern aspirants will get to know the exam parameters. As per exam pattern JEMAT will be conducted online or offline mode. Language of exam is also prescribed in exam pattern of JEMAT and it will be conducted in English medium. Before proceeding candidates need to know all the details about JEMAT 2020 exam pattern, such as exam time duration, marking scheme, sections from which questions will be asked etc.
Latest: Candidates can now apply for JEMAT 2020 second round.
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JEMAT Exam Pattern 2020 - Highlights
Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad University of Technology (MAKAUT)
Mode of exam
Online (from home)/offline
Number of Questions
Type of Questions
MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions)
Total number of sections
3 (English, Mathematics and Logical Reasoning)
Exam Time Duration
1 hour 12.30 pm to 1.30 pm
Marks per question
Exam Pattern of JEMAT 2020
As per JEMAT 2020 exam pattern, test will consist of a total of 50 questions and total time will be given 60 minutes. Earlier the number of questions were 100 and exam duration was 120 minutes. Applicants are advised to appear for home proctored entrance exam and candidates who will not be able to appear for online test, for them the exam will be conducted in offline mode when COVID-19 situation will be normalised. The new exam pattern of JEMAT 2020 will be updated soon.
Previous JEMAT exam Pattern
No. of Questions
JEMAT Syllabus 2020
JEMAT Exam syllabus 2020 comprises all the topics from which questions will be asked in JEMAT entrance test. With the help of provided topics which are listed below, candidates can map out their JEMAT preparation strategy.
JEMAT English Section Syllabus 2020
Syllogism and Analogies
Antonyms and Synonyms
Fill in the blanks
Facts/ Inferences/ Judgements
JEMAT Logical Reasoning Section Syllabus 2020
Assessment of figures & diagrams
Family Tree/ Blood Relations
Sequence and Series (Alphabetical and Numerical)
Cause/ Effect Relationships
Clock and Calendars
JEMAT Mathematical Aptitude Section Syllabus 2020
Ratio and proportion
Laws of indices
L.C.M and G.C.D
Numbers and divisibility
Profit and loss
Pipes and cistern
Time, distance and work problems
Areas and volumes
Implication converse and inverse
Applications - Equation of a line in different forms
Relations and functions
Sample problems on heights and distance
Trigonometry – Trigonometric ratios, Trigonometric ratios of standard angles, (0°, 30°,45°, 60°, 90°, 180°)
Sample problems on heights and distances
Linear equations and expressions
Remainder theorem and consequences
Notion of a limit and derivative
Plane geometry – lines, Triangles, Quadrilaterals, Circles, Coordinate geometry-distance between points.
Mean, Median, Mode
Simple problems on Probability
Questions related to JEMAT
Should I stop preparation for entrance exam and focused on remain 10+2 board exam as I heard that due to corona virus covid 19 universities can be cancelled the exam and noticed that the admission will based on 10+2 marks?
Let me assure you one thing that there is absolutely no chance of admission in engineering colleges based on class 12th board examination.JEE mains is postponed not canceled and even if gets cancelled there is no way that admission will take place based on 12th marks.So, just forget about these thing and focus on preparations because sooner or later all the exams will take place once the Covid-19 situation gets under control.
I was unable to attend GD/PI due to personal reasons (huge problem). please allow me to another date so that i can complete the process this year. your sincerely Md Shahbaz Alam Registration No. 500003 Roll No. 60120112
you need to send the email to hr or exam authority describing your problem. if they consider you can get another opportunity. right now its solely depends on exam authority.
hope you may understand.