KMAT 2018 Syllabus |


    • The syllabus is like that of other MBA entrance exams like CAT or CMAT.
    • Syllabus is based on the following 4 subjects.

 English Language Usage and Reading Comprehension: There will be total 50 questions from this section. This section primarily involves questions from topics such as

  • Para completion
  • Word usage
  • Fill in the blanks
  • Para Jumble
  • Sentence Correction
  • Fact Inference Judgment
        • English grammar,
        • Vocabulary and Language Usage,
        • Comprehension Passage, etc. 
        • Some of the key topics in this section are:

Quantitative Aptitude:

      • This section can prove to be the most scoring section.
      • Candidate should have a clear understanding of concepts of Mathematics and the knowledge of various Mathematical formulae.
      • There are total 50 questions in Quantitative Aptitude section.
      • The questions are based on topics such as
  • Arithmetic - Number System, HCF, LCM, Ratio & Proportion, Simplification, Percentage
  • Algebra - Theory of Equations, Sequence & Series, Quadratic Equation, Permutation & Combination
  • Geometry - Angles, Lines, Triangles, Circles
  • Mensuration - Areas and Volumes – Rectangles, Squares, Triangles, Circles, Cubes, Cones, Spheres, Pipes and Cistern
  • Calculus - Maxima and Minima, Function
  • Trigonometry - Trigonometric Ratios, Heights and Distances

Data Sufficiency and Logical Reasoning

  • Candidates need to go through various data sets and derive the correct answer by analyzing the pattern or data structure.
  • The questions are framed in the form of various graphs, pie charts, charts in the data sufficiency section.
  • Logical Reasoning requires an application of some common problem-solving principles as well as a strong analytical bent of mind.
  • The key topics for Logical Reasoning are: 
    • Blood Relations, 
    • Syllogism, 
    • Venn Diagram, 
    • Propositions, 
    • Data Arrangement, 
    • Puzzles, 
    • Assumptions, 
    • Statements
  • This section carries 40 marks in total.
  • The candidates should have a habit of reading newspapers, business journals, and magazines regularly to gain a stronghold over this subject.
  • The topics included in this section are
    • Politics
    • Economics
    • Business
    • Sports
    • Social Developments
    • Current Affairs of National and International Economy
    • Personalities in News
    • Sports news
    • Trade Awareness
    • Culture
    • General Knowledge and Business Scenario 

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