# Exam Analysis

## SNAP 2006

SNAP 2006 - Exam Date December 17, 2006.

The paper was as expected. No surprise, No format Change. The questions were easy and would required only basic knowledge of mathematics and English. The questions in quant/DI section were straight-forward in the sense that most of them were direct formula based without requiring much of logic. The only problem was the students were asked to use ball point pen for shading the ovals which was inconvenient for all.

Paper Pattern Time Allocated: 120 minutes Number of sections: 4 Time for each Section: No such constraint Number of questions: 165 Total Marks allocated: 200 Number of choices per question: 4 Correct answer per question: 1 Marks allocated to each question: 2 for Reasoning and 1 for the rest Negative mark per each wrong answer: -1/2 for reasoning and -1/4 for the rest.

## NMAT 2006

NMAT 2006 - Exam date December 10th, 2006

The aim of the paper was to spread Feel Good Factor. The paper was like what CAT used to be in early 90s " a test of speed and question selection". The job was to pick up all the sitters/easy among few moderate/difficult questions.

Paper Pattern Time Allocated: 150 minutes Number of Sections: 5 Number of questions: 200 Number of choices per question: 4 Correct answer per question: 1 Marks allocated to each question: 1 Negative mark per each wrong answer: -1/4

Expected Cutoff: 85-88

## MAT 2006 December

MAT 2006 December - Exam Date 3rd December , 2006.

MAT is considered to be the easiest among all the entrance exams held in India. But this year it was not the case. Like CAT and IIFT the pattern of the paper was different though it was not as tough as any of them but the questions were difficult than those in IRMA.

The test comprised of 200 questions distributed equally among 5 sections â€“ Maths , English Usage, Data Interpretation/Data Sufficiency, Reasoning and General Awareness. Though GA score is not considered while calculating the final percentile, many institutes does consider it while calling students for Group Discussion and Interview.

## JMET 2006

JMET on Sunday - Exam Date December 10, 2006.

JMET 2006 had 150 questions distributed among 4 sections - Quant, EU, DI and Reasoning. There was no surprise element in the paper and it had plethora of easy questions to attempt. The only change in the paper with compare to its previous edition is the level of difficulty in quant section, which has reduced a bit in 2006 paper.

Paper Pattern Time Allocated: 120 minutes Number of Sections: 4 Number of questions: 150 Number of choices per question: 4 Correct answer per question: 1 Marks allocated to each question: 1 Negative mark per each wrong answer: -1/4

Expected Cutoff: Som-IITB: 66+ IIT Delhi: 62+ Other IITs/IscB: 60+ IIT Roorke: 48+ ABV-IIITM : 35+

## IRMA 2006

IRMA 2006 - Exam date November 26, 2006

No Surprises, No pattern change & Easy questions. After the fiasco of CAT, IRMA06 was reliving to all. IRMA had always followed a pattern (which is very similar to bank PO and Indian railway exams rather than any main stream MBA entrance exam).

The paper had 200 questions distributed among four sections - Quant + DI, English Usage, Reasoning and General Awareness with emphasis on social issues. The time limit was 2 hr and each question carried a negative mark of -1/4. The paper was easy so the cutoff 'll be in higher side.

## IIFT 2006

IIFT 2006 - Exam Date November 26, 2006 Get the answers of IIFT 2006

A different date, a different place and a different exam but the experience was same as it was on CAT day - A tough paper with many surprises. If you have not performed well then do not worry much as the case is same with all.

Few might argue that this years IIFT was tougher than CAT and they are not wrong considering the fact that the number of correct answers were not limited to one. In CAT all the questions had only correct answer but in IIFT there were many questions for which students had to find out all the correct answers. That requires not only reading all the questions but also reading all the available answers and that's both confusing and time consuming.