Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad
(December 31, 2000)
(All these questions have been memorised by PT students and given to us. This analysis will be upgraded continually as we keep getting pertinent information)
The pattern of IMT 2000 was not even slightly different from IMT 1999. The number of questions was 200 divided into 6 sections when 150 min. as the total time allowed. There were no sectional time limits and wrong answers carried 25% negative marking.
Sections No. of questions Expected Cut offs
Quantitative Ability 40 questions 26
English Usage 30 questions 22
Reading Comprehension 30 questions 20
Reasoning 30 questions 18
Logical Decision Making 30 questions 20
General Knowledge 40 questions 28
Total 200 questions 134
The questions in the test paper in all the sections were of a moderate difficulty level; pretty easy, to be fair. The feedback available from the students indicates that most of them were able to solve about 170 – 180 questions in the given time and a few sincere students also solved almost all the 200 questions. All the sections were pretty easy but some students had a different opinion about the reasoning section.
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