JMET 2009 - Paper Structure and General Rules

JMET 2009 Notification - Joint Management Entrance Test 2009 Dates,MBA in IITs India
The JMET 2007 will be of 2 hours duration. The test will consist of 150 questions (objective / multiple choice type) in the following sections:

1. Verbal Communication

2. Logical Reasoning

3. Quantitative Ability

4. Data Interpretation

There is negative marking for incorrect answers. For a wrong answer to a question, 25% of the marks allotted to that question will be deducted. Moreover, for a candidate to be qualified in JMET 2007, he/she should, not only, secure certain minimum marks in the test paper, but also, should necessarily obtain certain minimum marks in each of the four sections stated above.

General instructions

1. You should be in your assigned seat at the Test Centre latest by 10:00 hrs.

2. You should bring the following to the Test Centre:

i) Your Test Admit Card, without which you will not be allowed to take the test.

ii) Pen/ball pen, HB pencil(s), eraser(s) and sharpener(s).

Calculators, electronic diaries, cell phones and similar electronic gadgets will not be allowed in the examination hall.

3. The test begins with the distribution of the Test Booklets. When you get the Test Booklet, make sure that the Booklet is in sealed condition. If the seal is found broken or tampered with, please bring this matter immediately to the notice of the invigilator.

4. Do not break the seal of the Test Booklet till you are told to do so.

5. Without breaking the seal, take out the Objective Response Sheet (ORS) from the Test Booklet and verify that it has the same code printed on it in large letters as on the cover of the Test Booklet. If the two codes do not match, or the Test Booklet does not contain the ORS, the Test Booklet must be exchanged immediately with a new sealed Test Booklet. The candidate must not mark the answers on an ORS having a code different from the code printed on the Test Booklet.

6. Fill in all the information required in the right hand side of the ORS and sign where indicated using pen/ball pen. Use HB pencil for darkening the oval bubbles corresponding to your Registration Number on the ORS. Use extreme caution in filling the appropriate bubbles. Information on the right half of the ORS should be written in ink wherever indicated. No distinctive mark of any sort is to be put anywhere on the ORS.

7. Open the seal of the Test Booklet only after having been instructed to do so by the invigilator. Each section contains several items / questions. You should read the directions for each section of the test carefully.

8. The left hand side of the ORS must be filled in with HB pencil only. The answers to the questions are to be marked by darkening the bubbles corresponding to the letters A, B, C or D. A soft eraser should be used for erasing any darkened bubble if required.

9. Nothing should be written either in ink or in pencil, in the space used for printing the Barcode on the ORS. If the candidate tampers with the Barcode, he/she will be disqualified.

10. All the rough work should be done only on the blank pages of the Test Booklet. No extra papers will be provided.

11. Once the test starts, you will not be allowed to leave the examination hall for any reason till the test is over and all other formalities are completed.

12. You should remain seated after completing the test. The invigilator will collect the ORS. You will be allowed to leave the hall only after the ORS, from all the candidates, in your hall have been collected and accounted for.

Candidates found violating the instructions of the Test / Invigilator, will be disqualified. Any candidate giving assistance or seeking / receiving help from any source in answering questions or copying in any manner in the test will forfeit his/ her chance of being considered for admission.

Note: In all matters concerning JMET 2007, the decision of the Institutes will be final and binding on the applicant.

The test requires knowledge of basic mathematics (arithmetic, algebra, matrices, trigonometry, mensuration, plane and co-ordinate geometry, calculus, set theory, probability and statistics etc.), and English.

Sample questions for each of the four sections are provided here. Note that these are only indicative of the type of questions that can be expected in the test.

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