For all those who are dreaming to make it big in the business world one day, the first step is academics. The biggest hurdle that every student with has to go through is how to get into the best B-School offering the most sought-after MBA programme. But getting into the institution of your dream is never an easy task.
Karnataka Management Aptitude Test or KMAT is a management entrance test that is conducted by Karnataka Private Post Graduate Colleges Association (KPPGCA). The score of the exam is applicable to 189+ University-affiliated B-schools in Bangalore and Karnataka. The exam is a gateway to AICTE-approved University-affiliated B-schools in Bangalore and Karnataka. KMAT 2019 will be held in more than 10 cities across the country and any eligible candidate from India and abroad can sit for the exam.
Here are the few tips that you should keep in mind before you start studying for your KMAT examination.
With your ability to speed and accuracy, you should also be able to multitask. You should be able to improve the speed and accuracy if you practice daily. It will also help you enhance your time management skills during the exam.
While you are preparing and also writing the exam, time management skills will come in handy all the time. During the initial stages of preparation, the student needs to understand the question before writing the answer. It is important not to jump on the solution before reading the question first. You need to divide the time equally and wisely; the motive is you should be able to revise the answers before the final submission of the answer sheet.
Regular practice is must as it will help to recognise your weak and strong areas. When you are practising on a regular basis, the tricky topics can get easier and simple. Since KMAT Examination is still 2 months away, use this time for practice.
There’s no limit on how many mock tests you can do before your KMAT Examination. As many mock tests, you give, it will help you identify your weak areas and the difficulty level before the examination. You can try solving previous years papers to know your weakness and strengths.
Once you know your weak areas or topics, make a list of it and start solving those questions one by one. Find the mistake you are making in that question and solve it again. Repeat it till you reach perfection. You can only qualify the test by polishing your strengths.
Making short gist of huge topics will only help you to get through your syllabus quickly. The highlighted pointers in each subject will be effective for you to do the revision during the last few days before the examination. Also, avoid studying any new topic during those last few days.
Important dates to remember:
|KMAT 2019 Online Registration Starts||May 1st Week (Tentative)|
|KMAT 2019 Online Registration Ends||July 10, 2019 (Tentative)|
|KMAT 2019 Admit Card Release Date||July 18, 2019 (Tentative)|
|KMAT Test Fee||TBA|
|KMAT 2019 Test Date||Sunday, July 21, 2019 (Tentative)|
|KMAT 2019 Result Date||August 15,2019 (Tentative)|
You can register online for KMAT 2019. Candidates must carefully go through the KMAT 2019 application form instructions at www.kmatindia.com to register for the state-level entrance exam.
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