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Syllabus of Management Aptitude Test (MAT)

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MAT 2015 syllabus:

The MAT exam is performed four times in a year such as February, May, September and December. The MAT exam contains a multiple choice question. There are five papers. The Mathematical skills include percentage, profit and loss, height and distance, time and work, number systems, etc. The Data Analysis and Sufficiency include Line charts, Puzzles, pie charts, bar charts, series, table charts, data sufficiency, etc.

 

The language comprehension includes grammar, spotting errors, unseen passage and English vocabulary, etc. The intelligence and critical reasoning includes verbal and non verbal reasoning, seating arrangements, clocks and calendars, etc. The Indian and global environment includes general knowledge, current events and general studies, etc. The MAT exam pattern is computer based and paper based. The pattern of an exam is objective type questions.

Quantitative Ability:

 Geometry                                                   BODMAS

 Lines,angles,Triangles,Spheres,                       Menstruation

 Rectangles, Cube, Cone etc.                           Complex numbers

 Ratios and Proportion,                                   Allegation & Mixtures

 Percentages                                                Work

 In-equations Quadratic & linear equations          Pipes and Cisterns

 Algebra                                                       Simple Interest & Compound Interest

 Profit & Loss                                                Set Theory

 Averages                                                    Venn diagram

 Partnership (Accounts)                                  Installment Payments

 Time-Speed-Distance                                    Clocks

 Work and time                                             Probability

 Number system                                           Permutations Combinations

 HCF & LCM                                                  Trigonometry

 Geometric Progression                                   Vectors

 Arithmetic progression                                   Binomial Expansion

 Arithmetic mean                                           Co-ordinate geometry

 Geometric mean                                           Logarithm

 Harmonic mean                                            Calendar

 Mode                                                          Maxima & Minima Progression,

 Number Base System                                    Surds & Indices

Data Interpretation:

There will be questions of data interpretation which will be mostly based of various graphs.

Graphs

 Column graphs

 Bar Graphs

 Line charts

 Pie Chart

 Graphs representing Area

 Venn diagram etc.

Reasoning:

 Critical reasoning

 Visual reasoning

 Assumption-Premise-Conclusion

 Assertion and reasons

 Statements and assumptions

 Identifying valid inferences

 Identifying arguments

 Statements and conclusions

 Cause and Effect

 Identifying probably true probably false

 Definitely true definitely false kind of statement

 Linear arrangements

 Matrix arrangements (Puzzles, Syllogisms, Functions)

 Family tree - identifying relationship among group of people

 Symbol Based problems

 Coding and decoding

 Sequencing etc.

General awareness:

In this section question will be based on the following topics:

 Current Affairs

 Business

 Punch line of companies

 Top officials of big companies

 Major corporate events

 Famous award and prizes

 World Records

 Books and authors

 Science

 History

 Geography

 International organizations

 Important quotations

 Social issues

 Sports

 Finance

 Automobiles

 Entertainment

 Politics etc.

Verbal Ability:

 Verbal Reasoning

 Syllogisms

 Contextual usage

 Analogies

 Antonyms

 Fill In the Blanks

 Jumbled paragraphs

 Sentence Correction

 Foreign language words used in English

 Sentence completion

 Sentence correction

 Odd man out

 Idioms

 One word substitution

 Different usage of same word etc.

NB: The Syllabus, Pattern etc. of exam may change from time to time. Please visit the respective websites that authenticate the information to check for any such changes taking place.

The information available herein might be subject to change.