Published : Saurav Seth | July 30, 2015 | 03:52 PM IST
On our analysing that what makes all MBA entrance exams different, it has been found that testing on Quantitative & Language skills are common to all exams with exception on General Awareness section and in few exams; it is Essay writing test which is included.
More clarity came forth when further analysed that all MBA entrance exams in India are more or less on similar pattern, this is because aspirants are supposed to be future managers albeit they will be nurtured to achieve those leadership skills in MBA Institutes.
In market place of businesses, managers forecast budgets and achieve maximum share of sales pie besides one more major role of Brand communication is taken to consumers and internal customers also. These are the thrust areas wherein both quantitative and language skills are executed.
Above is the key area to test aspirants so that once selected in an institute then right from the word go, students should have adaptability to come up with their best and further hone their skills.
CAT being premium exam always takes lead and in CAT 2015, QA is different section in regard to the above and this year CAT is also having VRC as separate section which will comprise of questions of verbal ability and reading comprehension. The similar pattern will be applicable in XAT, IIFT, CMAT, NMAT, SNAP and MAT also.
To conclude analytically the fact is that until aspirants are not clear on fundamentals of math and basic grammar then cracking entrance exams forcompetition is a herculean task.