St. Xavier's BMS Exam Pattern 2020 - St. Xavier College, Mumbai will predefine the exam pattern of St.Xavier's BMS 2020. As per the St. Xavier's BMS exam pattern 2020, the exam will be divided into two sections namely, the first section which will be composed of 70 objective type questions and the second section will include 30 subjective type questions. The first section will analyse the candidates' skills in Current Affairs and logical reasoning, english language, basic mathematics & data interpretation, general knowledge and the second section will measure the critical analysis and thinking the ability of the candidates. St. Xavier's BMS entrance test will be conducted in the second week of June 2020, for admission of students to Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) programme conducted by St. Xavier's College, Mumbai. In this article, candidates get complete information related to St. Xavier's BMS 2020 exam pattern including scoring/marking scheme, exam syllabus, question paper pattern, preparations tips for the exam and many more related features.
St.xavier's BMS 2020 Exam pattern involves the following aspects:
Qualifying Examination (QE)
Class XII or equivalent
Paper-Based Test (offline)
1 hour and 45 minutes
Total no. of questions
Total no. of sections
Subjective & Objective (MCQs)
Weightage of St. Xavier's BMS written test
60 per cent
Minimum marks of QE
65 per cent
BMS Entrance exam 2020
Second week of June, 2020
Result of BMS entrance exam
Third week of June, 2020
Cutoff of BMS Exam
St.Xavier's BMS entrance exam will consist of: Questions on Logical Reasoning & Visual Reasoning, English Language & Comprehension Skills, Data Interpretation, General Knowledge and General Awareness and Mathematics.
The Syllabus Weightage for the St. Xavier's BMS Entrance Test is given below:
Logical Reasoning & Visual Reasoning
English language & Comprehension Skills
General Knowledge and General Awareness
Note: Mathematics and Data Interpretation will be based on the Syllabus of Std. X across all Boards
For GK & Current Affairs - Read the newspaper on a daily basis, stay updated with TV news channels, social sites.
Candidates can aware of reading current affairs magazines like Hindu, Readers Digest, Competition Success Review etc. which will help in improving one's General Knowledge as well as the Verbal Ability.
High school books will help clear the concepts. Candidates also read the NCERT books from 9th to 12th level - Statistics, Economics, Accounts, General Studies etc.
Candidates make a habit to read novels and short stories to improve their vocabulary and English grammar. Writing short essays would be of great help.
Practice and speed is the key to success, hence candidates must time themselves while practising and solving questions or mock tests.
Writing a mock test will help candidates understand their preparation level.
Question: Is there any negative marking?
Answer: No, there is no negative marking for any wrong attempt.
Question: Is there any prescribed syllabus for St.Xavier's BMS 2020?
Answer: There has been no prescribed syllabus for St.Xavier's BMS 2020. However, the syllabus is much similar to the topics covered in class 10 Mathematics and class 12 English subjects.
Question: Do we have to choose any section in a prescribed order?
Answer: No, there is no predefined order to answer the questions.
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I would like to inform you that these are the eligibility criteria for ST. Xavier's Entrance exam below:-
These are the eligibility parameters. And I hope all your query now get solved. So keep learning keep growing.
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First of all i want to say that you're lucky that you choose PCM. But that doesn't mean you can only go for Engineering.There are many other courses you can opt for.Like you can do
Management Related Course(such as BBA),Social Science Related Course (Such as BA),Law Related Course(Such as BAL.LB/BCOM L.LB) and many more courses you can go for.
Also being a maths student you have little preference that almost in every Entrance Exam there's maths section which you can do better than non-maths student.
Take your time,find more about these courses and go in that field in which you are interested.
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i would like to inform you that every government colleges have some specific date to apply and that can be easily available on colleges websites.So go there and get registered yourself first before the deadline of online submission date given according to the college that you choose and then you can be eligible for entrance exam.Further details will be provived on websites itself or else they will send you a notification related to date and destination of exam. All the best for your future Thanks.
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Students who have passed their 12th from foreign boards have to obtain a 'PRIMA FACIE' eligibility letter from Mumbai University for first year courses. Here is the address for that:
Also, it is important for you to have passed your exams in the first attempt.
The aggregate is calculated out of 4 subjects at a +2 level and the subjects are also dependent on the eligibility criteria for your individual course. The subjects which are not to be calculated in these main 4 are All Dance courses, All Music Courses (with the exception of BSc. Mass Communication and MSc. Multimedia), All Vocational courses, SUPW, Agriculture, Arts/Fine Arts (with the exception of BSc. Mass Communication and MSc. Multimedia), Security, Work Experience, Fabric Study, Environmental studies, Environmental Science, Environmental Education, Gen. Foundation Course, Electricity/ Electrical Courses, Fashion studies, Heritage craft, Home Science, Painting (with an exception of M.Sc. in Multimedia), Salesmanship, Physical education, Fashion Designing, Entrepreneurship, Health Education and Floriculture.
The aggregate must be more than 45% and the candidate must have passed in all the papers. The candidates who have given the GCE are eligible if they have passed 2 'A' Level exams and '3' O level exams. Only subjects which have been passed at 'A' levels can be taken as subjects for honours and if it is a combination course, the subjects for eligibility for that particular course should be the subjects at 'A' level. But make sure your 'A' level is completed at the time of application.
Hope this helps! All the best!
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