MBA ENTRANCE EXAMS
Teaching Program for CAT
The (Common Admission Test conducted by the IIMs) is the entrance exam for more than 100 management institutes across India, including the 9 IIMs. The competition in this exam is very stiff as the best brains in the country compete for the limited seats in the IIMs and other prestigious colleges. The questions in CAT assess your conceptual clarity and can be quite tricky. Therefore, you need systematic practice and well-honed skills to be able to do well on this test.
CAT 2009 marked the start of a new era, that of the computer-based CAT. However, the content and difficulty level of the exam remained the same as before. Let’s look at the test patterns of CAT and other national level MBA entrance tests.
Our training programme is CAT categorized in such a format that it will also help you to prepare for other entrance exams like XAT, FMS, SNAP, JMET , ATMA and MAT
Teaching Program for MAT
Management Aptitude Test is generally held 4 times in a year in January, May, September and December. MAT is conducted by Centre for Management Services, which is a specialized division of AIMA (All India Management Association). MAT 2010 will be organized in the 1st week of February. As far as we are concerned, the information about MAT 2010 provided here are authentic and correct. But we are providing the details of the Management Aptitude Test with the caution that you verify them with the concerned authorities.
Management Aptitude Test, MAT is taken by hundreds of MBA aspirants in India. Candidate with a good MAT score can take admission in a reputed and AICTE approved Institutions and University departments. MAT is now even recognized as a National Entrance Test by the Ministry of HRD (Government of India, letter no. F.17-20/2003-TS.I dated 23 November 2004).
A graduate or a final year degree student from a recognized University is eligible to apply for MAT.