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About CMAT Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) is a national level selection test led by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) consistently according to the headings of Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India.
CMAT stands for the Common Management Admissions Test. It is a national-level MBA admission test , conducted by NTA ( National Testing Agency ). Since its introduction in 2011, a lot of (erstwhile) very popular state entrance exams have stopped conducting their own tests and instead use CMAT as the basis of the selection process. The list would include the likes of RMAT, UPCET etc.
The section on language comprehension,comprises 25 questions, most of which have a bend towards Critical Reasoning,at varying levels of difficulty.
So, it is best advised to revise concepts pertaining to Critical Reasoning (especially on identifying argument structure and argument elements, and inference based questions), The Critical Reasoning questions have been part of the course for the CAT students.
For questions based on Arguments, students should refer to questions from CRHOs and CRPEs. For the rest of the English Language part, it would be advisable for students to revise concepts pertaining to RC, Sentence correction, and Vocab based questions. Questions in these areas have been very doable, and effective revision would help students cash in on these questions.
The RC passages in CMAT have been short (a paragraph usually) and quite easy to read. Students have time to read carefully and analyze the content, and must do so, since the choices are, sometimes, close.
There are approximately 9-10 passages,drawn from varied subjects such as social sciences, business, arts and humanities, current issues etc.
The student should focus on the following with respect to RC:
- Central idea and the supporting ideas in the given paragraph
- Tone of the author
- Recognising phrases, idioms,and figures of speech in reading practice.
- Summarising/ restating the paragraph/drawing conclusions
- Identifying missing data/ interpreting indirect information
- Seeing from the author's perspective