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Unformatted text preview: Narsee Monjee Admission Test January 23, 2005 Bird’s eye view Total Number of Questions : 200 Objective type questions Total Time : 150 minutes Number of sections : 5 The Marking Scheme : One mark for each correct answer. Sectional Break-up : There was negative marking of – 0.33 marks for every incorrect answer. Sections Topic No. Of Que stions Difficulty Lev el Expecte d Cut-offs I Logical and C ritical Reasoning 40 Moderate 21 + II Reading C omprehension + English Usage 40 Moderate 20 + III Quantitative Ability 40 Moderate 20 + IV Data Interpretation/Data Sufficiency 40 Easy 22 + V General Awareness 40 Tough 10 + Tota l 200 que stions Section I (Logical and Critical Reasoning) : 93 + In this section there were 40 questions related to various topics of Reasoning. The detail break-up of the section is as follows Topic No. Of Questions Logical Reasoning 3 Visual Reasoning 5 Data Arrangement 6 Mathematical Reasoning 6 Analytical/Critical Reasoning 6 Statement - Inference/ Statement Conclusion 4 Miscellaneous 10 Total 40 The ideal number of attempts should be 23 and score should be 21 + for this section. 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. (1) of (3) I tem Code : PT–Pin– γ NMIMS2005 Section II (RC+ EU) : The detail break-up of the section is as follows Topic No. Of Questions Re ading Com pre he nsion Passage I 5 Passage II 5 English Usa ge Synonyms/Antonyms 14 Sentence C orrection 10 Fill in the blanks 6 Tota l 40 The ideal number of attempts should be 23 and score should be 20+ for this section. Section III (Quantitative Aptitude) : In this section there were questions on Arithmetic, Algebra and Mensuration Topic No. Of Questions Topic No. Of Questions Time, Speed and Distance 1 Algebra 6 Partnership 4 Probability 1 Numbers 6 Equations 3 Alligation 6 Series 2 Average 1 Geometry 2 Ratio and Proportion 2 Mensuration 2 Profit and Loss 2 Miscellaneous 10 The ideal number of attempts should be 25 and score should be 20+ for this section. Section IV (DI/DS/QC) : There are 28 questions on Data Interpretation, 8 questions on Data Sufficiency and 4 questions were on Quantitative Comparison. The detail break-up of the same is as follows. Topic No. Of Questions Data Interpretation Tables (2) 8 Bar Graph (1) 5 Line Graph (1) 5 Pie-Chart (1) 5 Table + Line Graph (1) 5 Data Sufficiency - 8 Quantitative C omparision - 4 The ideal number of attempts should be 25 and score should be 22 + for this section. Section V (GA) : There wre 40 questions on Social and Global environment. The questions were tough. Most of the questions were on current affairs although 8 to 10 questions were on traditional GK. The ideal number of attempts should be 12 and score should be 10 + for this section. I tem Code : PT–Pin– γ NMIMS2005 (2) of (3) Cut-offs The expected overall cut-off should be 93 + marks (3) of (3) I tem Code : PT–Pin– γ NMIMS2005 ...
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