As specified in the JMET notification there were Qs over 4 sections with a total time of mins. It was clearly mentioned in the paper that there would be sectional cut-offs and negative marking for wrong answers. Of the four sections, DI and QA sections were relatively simple. Let us now take a look at the individual sections of JMET The first two RC passages were easy and should have been attempted.
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Duration Min Students preparing for JMET spent quite a few anxious months wondering as to what the pattern could turn out to be. With the additional time available most would have maximised their attempts and consequently the cut-offs are bound to go up significantly. The questions from these two passages looked at detail, main ideas, implications and inferences. Those who tried this passage would have found that it took some time.
Once understood, however, the answers could be arrived at without too much difficulty, even through elimination. Two of the vocabulary questions were difficult but the well-prepared candidates and those with a regular reading habit would have found the others easy to deal with. With careful reading, however, the errors were not difficult to spot.
Section 2: Logical Reasoning The Logical Reasoning section of JMET would have caused the maximum heart ache for students on account of the ambiguous nature of the questions and some very evident mistakes in some sets. The cut off mark in this section is likely to be around marks. One peculiar observation that can be made regarding this section is that it was a lot easier than what it looked like.
Section 4: Data Interpretation The Data Interpretation questions were for the most part quite straightforward and could have been solved by simple observation.
A couple of sets which had multiple graphs would have appeared difficult and confusing and would have intimidated students. However beneath the tough exterior were a set of questions that were quite doable and with the additional time available this year students would have been able to crack these as well.
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Mirn The questions from these passages looked at detail, main ideas, implications and inferences. It seems as if over 75 per cent of exam setting efforts are devoted to Quant and DI sections. The given graphs intersect at only one point 1, 0 Choice 2 qjant Expected Rank to get a call. Of the four sections, DI quanh QA sections were relatively simple. The grammar and composition questions would have taken a little time to answer, but these would count as the easier questions in this section. A few values in the question given can be swapped with the other values to get the answer.
Which part is more scoring in JMET?