CMAT 2018 will be held on January 21. According to the exam pattern of CMAT 2018, the exam comprises four sections: Logical Reasoning, Language Comprehension, Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation and General Awareness.
Candidates have to prepare for the entrance exam as per the CMAT 2018 syllabus. It is necessary for prospective candidates to have a decent amount of knowledge regarding the syllabus of the entrance exam as this will help them prepare for each topic.
CMAT February 2015 exam pattern will reflect the same trend as the earlier CMAT exams conducted by AICTE. The CMAT 2014 exam pattern will have 4 sections and 100 questions to be solved in 3 hours.
CMAT September 2014 has conducted smoothly with no report of technical glitch or erroneous questions or options. The exam was on the expected lines and the overall difficulty level was termed as easy to moderate.