Karnataka Management Aptitude Test Admit Cards can be obtained now from the KPPGCA’s ( Karnataka Private Post Graduate Colleges’ Association ) Official Website : www.kmatindia.com.
The Entrance Test shall be held in the month of August to give admission in the courses such as MBA, MCA, Post Graduate Diploma in Management etc.
Thousands of students vie with each other through this Aptitude Test every year to ensure their admission to the said courses and the colleges of their choice.
About MAT 2015 – Syllabus and Scheme of Exam
The test carries the following subjects – Mathematical Skills, Language Comprehension, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning, Indian and Global Environment with 40 questions each which are expected to be covered in 120 Minutes’ time. The exam shall be held in two shifts –
- Morning – 10 am to 12 Noon for MCA Test
- Evening – 2 pm to 4 pm for MBA Test
For the Admit Cards for KMAT the students will have to go to the official website where they will of course find the related link. They will have to press the button there so that the new page carrying Admit Card Download Option appears. Fill your Registration No and Password whatsoever is required there. The Admit card shall be on the screen for you to grab.
Now the time has come to grab your KMAT Call Letter for the August 2nd Exam.
Address where you can contact for any of the grievances –
Karnataka Private PG Colleges’ Association,
Seshadripuram First Grade, College
CA Site No – 26
you can also e-mail at the following address – firstname.lastname@example.org
Check a few questions of Last Years KMAT –
Questions pertaining to KMAT Mathematics Aptitude –
How many seconds will a five hundred metre train take to cross a man walking with 3 km/hr in the direction of the moving train if the speed of the train is 63 km/hr ?
- Ans – 30 Seconds
What term is used for describing the judgmental or commonsense part of problem solving ?
- Ans – Heuristic
Decision Support Programmes ( DSP ) are designed to help the managers make –
- Ans – Business Decisions
So on the basis of these questions you can have the rough idea of what type of questions can be asked in the upcoming exam.