MAT 2021 Preparation for Indian and Global Environment: Preparation Tips, Topics
MAT Preparation for Indian and Global Environment - The Indian & Global Environment is the last section of the MAT question paper. This section consists of a total of 40 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) carrying one mark each. Most of the students shift their total focus to Maths, Reasoning, and Langauge Comprehension section, in a belief that they can cover MAT Indian and Global Environment section in the last month of MAT exam. But the thing is, MAT Indian and Global Environment sections require the same attention. Although there no specified syllabus for this section if a candidate pays equal attention at the time of MAT preparation, can score well in this MAT section. Read the full article by Careers360 on MAT preparation for the Indian and Global Environment section to know all the important topics and tips to consider at the time of exam preparation.
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MAT Indian and Global Environment- Overview
In order to map out a preparation strategy for MAT Indian and Global Environment section, candidates should know the pattern of it. Check out the detailed exam pattern of MAT 2021 Indian and Global Environment section.
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Scheme applicable (0.25 mark will get deducted for every incorrect answer)
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Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
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MAT Preparation Tips for Indian and Global Environment
To excel in MAT 2021, candidates can follow the provided important tips which are recommended by experts and past year toppers for Indian and Global Environment.
While preparing for MAT Indian and Global Environment section, one should develop the habit of reading newspapers, online blogs, and business magazines. By reading the newspaper can boost the knowledge of current affairs. Some of the recommended newspapers are- Economic Times, The Hindu, and Financial Express. Apart from newspapers, candidates can also include magazines such as Business Today, The Chronicles, India Today, and Forbes are quite helpful. It has been also observed that few questions in MAT Indian and Global Environment are from Static GK and for this Manorama Year Book and Competition Success Review is the best option to study.
Along with reading habits, candidates should watch the news on television or online to increase knowledge about the events in India and around the world of the various fields like politics, business, science and technology, and economy.
While watching the news and reading magazines, jot down all the important discoveries, country-level business deals, joint ventures, etc. This will not only help one to cover the syllabus of Indian and Global Environment as well as it will also help you to prepare for Group Discussion and Personal Interview for MBA admission.
Make use of the internet while preparing for MAT Indian and Global Environment section. Solve previous year MAT question paper and subscribe to the recommended YouTube channels which provide information related to business and economy, science and technology, politics, and international events.
Must follow social media groups and other GK preparation groups. Along with that experts suggest taking MAT mock test 2021 daily to access the preparation level.
Important topics to cover for MAT Indian and Global Environment section
Check out the following topics that candidates will have to cover at the time of the MAT syllabus 2021 for Indian and Global Environment preparation.
Top officials of big companies
Punch line of companies
Books and Authors
Famous awards and Prizes
Major corporate news
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Candidates can refer to the following books that are recommended by the toppers for MAT Indian and Global Environment section.
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1. MAT preparation books by Arun Sharma
How to prepare for Quantitative Aptitude for the CAT-Arun Sharma
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2. MAT preparation Books by Nishit K sinha.