No. of Questions - 180
Questions were asked from the following areas
There were two RC passages, which were small in size, about less than 100 words each. One of these passages was on philosophy (questions were tricky rather than indirect).
EU was easy as compared to the exercise & tests taken in PT materials. There were direct questions on vocab and some on verbal analogies. Some EU questions on fill in the appropriates.
Maths was easy and calculative as compared to
the CAT, it was not logical just
LR was not easy but not hard too. It was manageable. Questions on sequencing, analogies and on sitting arrangements with given conditions asked.
DS questions were moderately tough. The options to the questions in DS read the following:
Choose (a) - if 1 is sufficient to answer but 2
In DI part, the graphs given were easy to
interpret (Bar graph, Pie graph, Line graph)
The last 20 questions in the exam formed the GK section. No questions were asked from sports. Most of the questions were based on Current Affairs, Economy, Indian Companies and the Indian Markets.
Overall for these 180 questions, 2 hours 30 minutes were more than sufficient. The paper was not more than averagely tough.
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