# 2002jmet - JMET Entrance Test We are pleased to present a...

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(1) of (15) Disclaimer: All these questions have been memorised by PT students. We are merely reproducing a few of them here in fragments to ensure that the huge community of students eagerly waiting to see an objective comparison of their performance gets the right picture. JMET Entrance Test December 15, 2002 We are pleased to present a detailed analysis of the JMET that was held on December 15, 2002. These questions have been recalled with the help of PT faculty and PT students from across the nation. A bird’s eye view : ° Duration : 120 minutes; number of questions : 150. ° Total 5 sections: ´ Section 1: 15 Q (Reading Comprehension) ´ Section 2: 40 Q (Data sufficiency + Logical reasoning + English Usage) ´ Section 3: 40 Q (Mathematical aptitude) ´ Section 4: 40 Q (Data interpretation) ´ Section 5: 15 Q (General awareness) ° The marking scheme: ´ +1 for a correct answer. ´ - ¼ mark for incorrect answers. Section 1 : 15 Q (Reading comprehension) There were 3 passages with 15 questions in all. The length of the passages were small (10-15 lines) and the toughness level was on the easier side. The questions were direct and easy to crack. A well read student could have attempted more than 10 questions easily. Section 2 : 40 Q (Data sufficiency + Logical reasoning + English usage) Data Sufficiency section was on the easier side. Logical Reasoning comprised 15 questions on Analytical Reasoning, 9 questions on Critical Reasoning, 7 questions on Data Sufficiency, 4 questions on Analogy, 2 questions on para jumbles and 3 questions on Logical Set Theory. An overall attempt of 23-26 questions would have been a decent one. Section 3 : 40 Q (Mathematical aptitude) The Maths section was a moderate one. The emphasis was on Algebra and Arithmetic with 17 and 12 questions respectively. There were 6 questions on Geometry, the last few questions were very lengthy and were time consuming. In all a decent attempt in this section would have been 20 - 25 questions. Section 4 : 40 Q (Data interpretation) Data interpretation comprised 40 questions and were classified as Tables (5 sets, 17 questions), Pie Chart (1 set, 5 questions) Bar Graphs (2 sets, 7 questions), and Line Graph (2 sets, 6 questions). The DI section was a manageable one and a decent attempt in this section could have been around 20 - 25 questions. Section 5 : 15 Q (General awareness) The questions on general awareness were difficult. Some questions were direct and easy to crack. Some questions were based on Economic Affairs and the latest updates in the field of business. A student well aware of the current business events could have easily attempted 7 - 10 questions.

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