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MBA Entrance Exams in India




MBA Entrance Exams in India

Masters in Business Administration is a postgraduate program with a universal appeal. Graduates of various disciplines such as Arts, Science, Commerce, Medicine, Engineering and even law choose to do MBA program from reputed institutions as it offers a better platform in their career. Apart from graduates, even professionals are after MBA course because it improves their status in the job market by giving a push to your career vehicle. An MBA degree provides a gateway for better pay, position and a sparkling future. It ensures a definite financial security and all these reasons have led to a stiff competition in entering the top MBA institutions.

MBA Entrance Exam usually consists of three steps.

Written Aptitude test which tests quantitative abilities, analytical skills, logical reasoning, reading comprehension and general awareness.

Group Discussion to check the personality traits such as, if s/he can work as a team, leadership skills, communication skills, assertiveness, reasoning ability and the like.
Personal Interview which provides an overall perspective about the individual

Various MBA Entrance Exams conducted in India are as follows

Common Admission Test (CAT) to get into the incomparable IIMs and other prominent institutions.
Xavier Admission Test (XAT) conducted for enrolling in MBA program at Xavier Business Schools and other prestigious institutions.

Joint Management Entrance Test (JMET) conducted by IITs for admission into PG programs
Management Aptitude Test (MAT) conducted to get into management courses
Open Management Aptitude Test (OpenMAT) conducted by Indira Gandhi National Open University for various management programs offered through distance mode.

AIMS Test for Management Admission (ATMA) conducted for getting admission into various postgraduate management courses.

Apart from the above there are several other MBA entrance exams conducted across the country. But the basic requirements to crack these competitive MBA Entrance Exams are hard work, meticulous planning, decision-making skills, positive attitude and patience.

MBA Entrance Test in India Admission 2013-2014




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