The paper consists of 200 questions and mainly divided into three sections

**1) Verbal Ability / Reasoning consists of 50 questions**

*a) English Comprehension : 15 questions *

**TIPS:** Never leave the antonyms and synonyms questions of passages

Never go through the entire passage word to word .

Just catch the keyword in Question and scan through passage for the keyword and then read the sentence carefully.

*b) English Usage : 10 Questions * , mostly on finding/spotting the errors in sentence

**Tips** : Pretty simple just check your grammetical skills and improve ….. Solve as many questions as you can. Download the pdf from here for practice

*c) English Proficiency : 25 Questions *

a) 15 questions : May be questions on verbal analogies or Idioms and phrases questions .

**Tips** : Solve as many as questions as you can .

b) 10 questions : Pretty simple ” FILL IN THE BLANKS”

**TIPS: ** Solve the verbal ability quiz given on different site.

**2) Quantitative Questions consists of 45 questions:**

*a) Arithmetic : 16 Questions *

Nearly 10 questions from number systems based on BODMAS

4 Questions are from Time, distance and work

**Tips**: You need to be very fast in calculation and use approximation method whereever possible.

Use quiker maths techniques to be quicky solve the calculations , you need to practice it very well. Follow the link for quicker maths

* b) Commercial Maths *: Nearly 1 question on compound interest

*c) Algebra *: Nearly 1 question on permutation and combination.

*Tips* : Dont get confused between whether its probabilty question or permutation/combination question . Follow the link to clear your doubts.

*d) Probabilty *: Nearly 1 question

*e) Data sufficiency *: Nearly 5 questions , mostly carries the equations to solve.

**TIPS** : Practice this questions very well, you can do well

*f) Data interpretation : Nearly 20 Questions *

**TIPS **: You must make your calculation part very strong . Use approximate values where there is a big difference in numbers . Make your percentage logic strong as there are number of questions based on percentages.

There are problems like percentage increase ? always use formula like

(200 – 100 / 100) * 100 to calculate percentage increase.

There are basically bar, line and pie charts come in exams and mostly given

productions / earnings / output verses years.

**3) Logical and Abstract Reasoning consists of 105 questions**

*a) Reasoning : Nearly 60 questions* , moslty divided into

1) Analogy : 5 questions

2) Seating arrangement: 5 questions

3) Odd man out in series : 5 questions

4) Coding decoding : 5 questions

5) Series test : 10 questions

6) Blood relations : 5 Questions

7) Symbols and notations : 5 questions

8) Alphabet test : 5 questions

9) Miscellaneous questions (based on degree of truths): 15 questions

**TIPS** : Draw diagrams wherever you feel necessary, depend on concrete information given.

Follow this link for more .

*b) Logical test : Nearly 15 questions *

1) Syllogism : 5 questions

2) Statement and assumptions : 5 questions

3) Statement and conclusions : 5 questions .

**TIPS** : Draw Venn diagrams where you feel. Follow the link for Venn Diagrams.

*c) Visual Reasoning : 30 Questions *, mostly are diagrams given in series and needs to solve it.

**TIPS** : Practice as many as we can from mock papers.

Hope this article will help you . The motive is try to solve as many as mock papers as you can

nearly 50-60 , analyze it well after giving the paper.

Attempt as many questions as you can and check your accuracy.

**BEST OF LUCK**

** Team Mahacet**