Alliance University administers the Alliance Management Aptitude Test (AMAT) to select qualified and interested applicants for the MBA program at the Alliance School of Business in Bangalore. Alliance University is accredited by the University Grants Commission (UGC) and the All-India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) in New Delhi. In this article, we will cover the AMAT 2023 exam analysis in depth.
|Full Name of the Examination||Alliance Management Aptitude Test|
|Short Name||Alliance AMAT|
|Conducting Body||Alliance University, Bangalore|
|Frequency||Twice a Year|
|Mode of Application||Offline / Online|
|Application Fee||INR 1,000|
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AMAT Exam Pattern
The Alliance School of Business in Bangalore administers the AMAT (Alliance Management Aptitude Test) in a paper-and-pencil format. The Alliance AMAT 2023 exam will be of 60 minutes (1 hour) and will be divided into four sections: Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, Language Ability and General Awareness.
The exam comprises 65 multiple-choice questions (MCQs), each carrying one point. The total number of marks possible for the Alliance AMAT 2023 test is 65, according to the exam structure. Each accurate response will get a +1, while each erroneous response will lead to a 0.25-point deduction. Quantitative, Conceptual, General Knowledge and General English each have 15 points, while Comprehension has 5 points.
The difficulty level of the AMAT exam is moderate. Candidates can refer to the information given below to know about each section in detail.
|General English and Comprehension||Easy|
A total of 15 questions are usually asked in this area. This part may be completed in 10-15 minutes. We have included a brief breakdown of the Quantitative section: According to the paper, 11 questions can be regarded as a good attempt.
|Time, Speed and Distance||2|
|Profit and Loss||3|
|Ratio and Proportion||1|
General English and Comprehension
A total of 15 questions are usually asked in the General English section and 5 in the Comprehension. This part may be completed in 25 minutes. We have included a brief breakdown of these two sections: According to the paper, 11 questions can be regarded as a good attempt in the General English section and 3 from the Comprehension section.
|Para Completion and Inference||3|
|Fill in the blanks||3|
|Idioms and Phrases||1-3|
A total of 15 questions are usually asked in this area. This part may be completed in 10-15 minutes. We have included a brief breakdown of the Conceptual section: According to the paper, 12 questions can be regarded as a good attempt.
|Cause and Effect||2|
|Symbol Based Problems||3|
|Identifying Strong Arguments and Weak Arguments||3|
|Statements and Assumptions||3|
A total of 15 questions are usually asked in this area. This part may be completed in 10-15 minutes. We have included a brief breakdown of the General Awareness section: According to the paper, 11 questions can be regarded as a good attempt.
|Important Happenings in the World||1|
|Awards and winners||1|
|Government and Politics||2|
Also Read: Alliance AMAT Exam Dates
Exam preparation entails planning ahead of time, practising with past papers, and employing various study techniques. It also necessitates taking accurate notes and reviewing on a regular basis. We have provided a few pointers to help applicants prepare effectively.
- Before beginning the preparation, applicants must review the curriculum that has been set officially.
- Applicants are recommended to create a solid timetable based on their daily routine and incorporate all syllabus subjects in their preparation.
- Refer to the suggested study books and other study resources that are available in the market or on other relevant websites.
- To learn more about the exam pattern, solve the previous year’s question papers and practice papers.
- Note all of the important themes or points on the syllabus, take brief notes, and reread them in the final days of preparation.
- Candidates are urged to avoid stress while studying for the exam and to have a balanced and nutritious diet.
- Time must be set out for exercise and yoga since it will benefit in increasing focus.
The AMAT exam consists of five sections: quantitative, conceptual, general English, comprehension, and general awareness.
This section will have 15 questions.
The four sections of the AMAT question paper- Quantitative Aptitude, Conceptual, General English, and General Awareness are for 15 points each, while the last section is worth five points which is comprehension.
Through this article, the candidates appearing for the AMAT will get a better understanding of the exam analysis including the number of questions, good attempts, etc. We hope students find this blog useful.
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