GNDU GMET is an entrance exam conducted by Guru Nanak Dev University for selecting eligible candidates who wish to take admitted to various management programmes offered by the university. The GNDU GMET exam is given online and consists of 200 MCQ-based questions on mental & numerical ability, English, business aptitude, and General Knowledge. The GNDU GMET exam lasts for a total of 2.5 hours (150 minutes). This blog contains detailed information about the GNDU GMET exam pattern.
|Name of the Exam||Guru Nanak Dev University- Management Entrance Test|
|Conducting Authority||Guru Nanak Dev University|
|Level of Exam||University Level|
|Frequency of Exam||Annually|
|Mode of Examination||Online|
|Duration of Exam||150 Minutes|
|Exam Syllabus||Business Aptitude, English, Mental Ability & Numerical Ability and General Knowledge|
|Exam Fees||Rs 1,200 for General Category|
GNDU GMET Exam Pattern
Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, has set up the GNDU GMET exam pattern. The GNDU GMET is administered online and lasts for a total of 150 minutes. There are 4 sections in the exam in total. The exam includes questions from Business Aptitude, English, Mental Ability and Numerical Ability, and General Knowledge. The question paper includes 200 questions in total. There will be no subjective questions, the paper will consist of Multiple Choice Questions only, each question having four options. For every right answer 1 mark will be awarded and there will be no negative marking for incorrect answers or unanswered questions. Candidates can check the section-wise breakdown of marks and the number of questions in the table below.
|Mental Ability and Numerical Ability||50||50|
GNDU GMET Preparation tips
- Creating a GNDU GMET study plan early will assist you in creating a clear path for exam preparation. Typically, students create a 9-week study plan to help them understand the tips and tricks required to achieve their desired score. Typically, students prepare for the GNDU GMET exam for as long as 3-6 months.
- Take a GNDU GMET mock test before deciding how much time you’ll need to prepare for the GNDU GMET. You can decide how much time you need to prepare for the GNDU GMAT based on your performance in the mock test.
- Identify your weak points first, and then work on improving them through regular practice. Look for areas where you need to improve and devote all of your focus to enhance your skills.
- Don’t waste time on one question. If you do not complete all sections of the exam, you will lose the opportunity to score high marks. Unsure questions will also lower your score. Don’t spend too much time on a single difficult question; instead, give each question a limited amount of time. Spend no more than 2 minutes on any of the questions.
- Practising the previous year’s question papers must be attempted in the final few months before an exam. These are important questions, and one should time oneself while attempting to answer them so you can evaluate your results.
- When in doubt, use the method of elimination to your advantage. Begin by eliminating two options that have the least chance of being correct. Regardless of the question, the information given on options itself can sometimes be utilised to eliminate them. Choosing a final answer from two is sometimes difficult, and if it’s worth the risk, you can sometimes go with your gut.
The GNDU GMET’s main sections are General Knowledge, English, Mental & Numerical Ability, and Business Aptitude.
All GNDU GMET 2023 questions will be of the multiple choice question (MCQ) type. For each question, four options will be provided from which candidates will have to select only the correct answer.
Comprehension, Sentence Improvement, Adverbs, Jumbled Sentence, Prepositions, Nouns, Parallelism, Articles, Pronouns, Modifiers, Verbs, Adjectives, Subject Verb Agreement, and Tense are all covered in the English section of the GNDU GMET exam 2023.
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