UPSEE MBA 2018 PATTERN & SYLLABUS
STATE LEVEL ONLINE/OFFLINE TEST
Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination (UPSEE) MBA 2017 will be conducted for admissions into post graduate management programmes of colleges affiliated to Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU), U.P.
UPSEE MBA 2017 Exam will be conducted in online mode. The students will be given 2 hours to complete the exam. There will be total 100 questions and each question carries 4 marks. No marks will be deducted for wrong answers.
The candidates wishing to gain admission in MBA programmes of U.P. Colleges must register and appear for UPSEE MBA 2017. Before starting their preparation, it is important for the candidates to obtain complete knowledge regarding the UPSEE MBA 2017 exam pattern and syllabus. This will help guide the direction of the preparation and candidates will be better equipped to write the exam.
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Some important facts about the UPSEE MBA 2017 exam pattern are mentioned below:
|Mode of Exam||Online or Computer Based|
|Duration of Exam||Two hours or 120 minutes|
|Timing of Exam||9:00 am to 11:00 am (Tentative)|
|Type of questions||MCQ or objective|
|Number of questions||100|
|Marking Scheme||+4 for each right answer, No negative marking for wrong answers|
|Sections in the paper||Four sections:
Thinking and Decision Making
As mentioned in the table above, the UPSEE MBA 2017 exam is a computer based exam and will be held in online mode only. The candidates will be required to mark their answers on the computer screen, making use of the mouse provided. The duration of the exam is a total of two hours and the candidates will most likely be appearing for it from 9 am to 11 am.
The questions asked in the exam will be multiple choice questions (MCQ) or objective type. Each question will have four possible options out of which only one will be correct. The candidates will be required to mark any one of the available choices. Each question will be worth 4 marks and there will be 100 questions in all. So, the maximum marks of the question paper will be 400.
The UPSEE MBA 2017 question paper will consist of four sections, each with 25 questions. The sections will be that of English language, Numerical aptitude, Thinking and Decision making and General Awareness. Candidates will have to solve problems from all four sections and attain the highest possible score.
As far as marking scheme is concerned, the candidate will be awarded 4 marks for each correct answer. In case the candidate gets an answer wrong, there will be no negative penalty. This is a bonus point and the candidates should make the most out of it by attempting each and every question. It may be noted, however, that the examination conducting body will keep a record of all the wrong answers.
Candidates must go through previous year papers carefully to understand the UPSEE MBA 2017 test pattern. It will help them understand the type of questions asked and gauge the level of difficulty of the problems. Solving sample questions and practice papers is also strongly advised, in order to better prepare for the exam.
After the exam has been successfully held, the results will be announced on the official website of UPSEE. Candidates must check the latest updates released on the website.
It is important for the candidate to possess complete and thorough knowledge of the syllabus for UPSEE MBA 2017. Not knowing which topics are going to appear in the question paper or failing to cover all subjects before the exam may lead to poor preparation of the candidate. Hence, it becomes essential to first go through the exam syllabus before beginning the process of preparation.
The detailed syllabus for UPSEE MBA 2017 is provided below.
Questions from topics such as grammar, vocabulary and sentence completion may be asked. Applicants should expect some problems pertaining to uncommon words, synonyms, antonyms, the relationship between words and phrases and also, comprehension of passages.
To prepare for the English language section, the candidate needs to inculcate a reading habit. The best way to understand the usage of grammar and vocabulary is to read lots of instances of it. This will also help students with the questions on passages as a fast reading pace will be essential while solving such questions.
This section may feature problems involving numerical calculation, arithmetic, simple algebra. Questions from topics of geometry and trigonometry may also be included. Some of the problems may involve interpretation of graphs, charts and tables.
Numerical Ability is a section that demands the maximum amount of practice on the student’s part. Candidate must have clear understanding of the basics and know all the formulas by heart. Practicing ample number of problems varying in difficulty level will be advantageous for the candidates.
The third section of the question paper will be aimed at assessing the candidate’s aptitude towards creative thinking, unfamiliar relationships, and finding patterns and trends. The questions may be centred on verbal reasoning and assessment of figures and diagrams.
For the section of Thinking and Decision making, it is especially recommended to go through questions from past years’ papers, as it will provide a strong concept of the type of questions asked and how exactly to solve them. Practicing verbal reasoning puzzles may also be of help.
Here, in the last part of the question paper, the candidate’s knowledge of current affairs will be tested. Students can expect questions from issues related to trade, industry, economy, sports, culture and science.
Preparation of General Awareness consists of reading the newspapers regularly and staying up to date regarding the current affairs of the world. Magazines such as Outlook and India Today may also prove to be hugely beneficial.