Know About the Lesser Known Management Entrance Exams in Indiaby Vivek Sharma Education
When we talk about Management Entrance Exams, what often comes into one’s mind are the CAT, MAT, GMAT, and other such exams. However, this post lists some other ones that are carried out by universities specifically across the country. Students can get a look at this and accordingly proceed for the exam of their choice.
Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP)
The Symbiosis International (Deemed) University is one of the, if not the premier management institutions in India. Therefore, there is a huge demand for admission here, which warrants the need for a screening test only to select the best candidates. This is why the Symbiosis National Aptitude Test a.k.a SNAP Test is conducted.
This is an all-India exam that can be given by all those who’ve scored at least 50% in PCB subjects during their 10+2 (45% for Reserved category students). This exam is open for all Indians as well as foreigners (whom the AIU deems eligible).
This 1-hour computer-based test tests the students in the English language, Quantitative, Analytical, and Logical fields.
Xavier Aptitude Test (XAT)
The Xavier Aptitude Test (XAT) is primarily conducted for admissions into around 700 B-Schools, colleges, and universities. The authority in charge of this exam’s conductions is the Xavier Labor Relations Institute (XLRI) of Jamshedpur.
This all-India exam can be given by all those who’ve gotten a bachelor’s degree from a recognized university in India and have also scored at least 50% in Bachelor’s. This 3-hour online exam tests the students on GK, decision making, verbal, logical, data, and quantitative abilities.
AIMS Test for Management Admission (ATMA)
Conducted by the Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS), this is a public stage test that is conducted 4 times a year. Students seeking admission into MBA, PGDM, MCA, or PGDBA courses can appear for this exam.
The AIMS Test for Management Admission (ATMA) is a national-level examination that can be given by those who’re at least 17 years old and have scored at least 45% in 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry, Physics, and Maths. This 3-hour offline tests the students on Analytical, Verbal, and Quantitative abilities
This is the basic idea one needs before proceeding to register for these exams.
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