Day 2 of the Common Management Admission Test September 2015-16 First Test (CMAT September 2015-16 First Test) was held on Friday, September 26, 2014. The examination started on Thursday, September 25 and will continue till Monday, September 29, 2014.
The test consists of four sections, namely, Quantitative Technique (QT) and Data Interpretation (DI), Language Comprehension (LC), Logical Reasoning (LR) as well as Current/General Awareness (C/GA).
On Day 2, some LC questions were tougher compared to Day 1. The C/GA section mainly focused on current affairs. Some of the DI questions were time-consuming.
A section-wise analysis of Day 2 of CMAT September 2015-16 First Test, as per test-takers and academic experts, is provided below.
Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation:
The section had questions from Percentage, Geometry, Ratios, Algebra, etc. Although the Quant section was not difficult, it was time-consuming due to the focus on Probability, Permutation-Combination, etc. The DI questions were lengthy and needed proper understanding of the problem to solve the questions based on data. Overall, the section had a mix of moderate as well as tough questions.
The section had 25 questions just like Day 1 on core English grammar, Fill in the Blanks as well as use of Synonyms and Antonyms. However, there were short but complicated Jumbled Sentences as well as more short Reading Comprehension (RC) passages consisting of 300 to 400 words, which were followed by a number of questions. The questions were little tough.
There were 25 questions in this section. The section had more number of questions on Puzzles, Arrangements, Statement Assumption, Conclusions, Syllogisms, Analogy, etc. Although the section was not very difficult, some questions were complicated and time-consuming.
In this section, a majority of the questions were based on Current Affairs, Economy, Sports and conventional General Knowledge (GK). There were questions on books, authors, appointments and international events as well. Events of the years 2013 and 2014, along with approaching ones, featured prominently.
To access the CMAT Sept 2015-16 Day 1 analysis, please click here.