MBA Entrance Exams

MBA is a master’s degree in management/business administration. Business economy growth and demand for an MBA postgraduate has increased proportionally across the globe.

To get admissions into the top management institute to pursue MBA, one has to take up MBA entrance exams that are conducted all over India. Top MBA institutes in India include IIMs, FMS, IIFT and more. MBA Entrance exams papers are set with an objective to find the aptitude of the candidate and his or her ability to take admission in a management program.

The most important and prestigious MBA entrance exams in India are CAT, IBSAT, ATMA, MAT, XAT, SNAP, JMET, etc. Information about these MBA entrance exams are given below.

Eligibility for MBA Entrance Exams

  • A Bachelor's degree under 10+2+3 system from a recognized university or a deemed university with at least 50% aggregate marks (45% for reserved categories)
  • Candidates in bachelor's degree appearing for final year examination are also eligible for MBA

MBA Entrance Exam Paper Pattern:

MBA Entrance Exam paper follows a particular pattern. The time given to solve these Exam paper is limited and one should be quick in mind to handle each question smartly.

  • Entrance exams mainly tests candidates’ ability in Reading Comprehension, Verbal Ability, Quantitative Ability and Data Interpretation. Some institutes also ask Business and General Awareness questions while some may include an essay writing section which depends on the institute conducting the exam.
  • After entrance exam, selection procedure may vary. Candidates are usually shortlisted in two stages which mainly includes
    • Group Discussion
    • Personal Interview

Final selection is based on the marks obtained in the entrance exam, performance in Group Discussion and Personal Interview.