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FMS 06 - Analysis for FMS 15th JANUARY 2006 The FMS 2006...

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Analysis for FMS 15 th JANUARY 2006 The FMS 2006 paper was the same as the 2005 paper. The paper as a whole had an average difficulty level. The paper comprised 175 questions to be attempted in a span of 2 hours. The FMS paper has always had a distributed pattern wherein there was no sectional division. It was the same this year. The paper had the following order of questions: 1.Reading comprehension 2. English usage 3. Reasoning 4. Quantitative ability Overview of the FMS 2006 Paper Time: 2 Hrs Total questions: 175. Negative marking: 1 mark deducted for every incorrect answer 4 marks allotted for every correct answer Sections Number of Questions Difficulty Level 1. ENGLISH (RC+USAGE) 75 Average 2. REASONING 50 Average 3. QUANTITATIVE ABILITY 50 Average Summary at glance °±²³´µ ¶±·±¸¹ºµ »¼½½¾µ¿¾À°³Á¾ ±µµ³Ãľſ¿¾Á²¿µ ÆDz¾´¿¾Àµ´±È¾ English 75 50 mins 55-60 170+ Reasoning 50 35 mins 26-28 90+ QA 50 35 mins 26-28 90+ Total 175 2 hrs 107-116 385-400
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SECTIONAL BREAK – UP ENGLISH The difficulty level of the English section was average. There were comparatively lesser
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