CMAT September 2013 did not throw any surprises to the test takers and can be easily said to be on expected lines. The only key to crack the paper can be said as combination of accuracy and understanding of concepts. Time has never been a problem when it comes to CMAT.
CMAT September 2013 First Look
Quantitative Aptitude section was quite easy again. However, there were certain questions which may be termed as tricky and are expected to have a deciding impact on cutoff for the section. As we covered in our last article, Crack CMAT: The alphacase.co.uk ppi claims Way!; highest percentage of questions were from Arithmetic, followed by Modern Mathematics and Geometry. Other major topics included Coordinate, Probability and Set Theory. In arithmetic, major topics covered were Averages, Mixtures, Calendars & Clocks among others.
Verbal Ability was again on expected lines with Reading Comprehension, Critical Reasoning and Vocabulary related questions contributing to the majority of questions.
Logic section had a variety of questions, ranging from Puzzles, Deductions, Series and traditional logical reasoning questions like blood relations etc.
General Knowledge contained questions both from static General Knowledge areas and Current Affairs (that can be easily prepared through Newspapers etc.)
We shall follow this article with detailed analysis of CMAT paper.