AICTE paper of cmat 2013-14 in pdf
AICTE CMAT 2013 Common Management Admission Test September 2012 Paper at wwwwwW..wwwwwW..aicte-cmat.in/PdfDocuments/CMATSep2012-Paper-Adv1.pdf
Downland CMAT (Common Management Admission Test) 2013 Question Papers with answer keys
Pattern of examination for CMAT 2013
Type of Questions Number of questions Maximum Marks
Quantitative Techniques 25 100
& Data Interpretation
Logical Reasoning 25 100
Language Comprehension 25 100
General Awareness 25 100
There shall be negative marking for wrong answers, for each wrong answer 1
mark shall be deducted
Duration of exam will be 180 minutes
A Trial test will be available from 10th Aug. onwards for the candidates to have
a feel of the online test and navigation functionality. Candidates are advised to
go though them carefully to familiarize themselves with the screens, layout, and
, cmat Answer Key, Score Card , Results, Cut Off Merit List etc.
Scoring and Ranking
• The result of candidates appearing for computer based test CMAT- 2013-14 (First Test) will be displayed with
RAW SCORES and Rank secured in the All India merit list.
• The raw score will be calculated by assigning:
+ 4 points for the correct answer
– 1 point for incorrect answer
0 point for no answer
• This scoring methodology ensures that the candidates are awarded the points for what they know, while points are
deducted for inappropriate random guessing. Hypothetically the range of scores will be -100 to 400 (marks).
• Candidates will be provided with raw scores for each section.
• A national merit ranking will be prepared based on the raw scores. In case raw scores are identical for more than
one candidate, the ranking will be based on sectional scores considered in the order of:
Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation
• In case more than one candidate secures same ranking as per the above criteria, the same Rank will be
assigned to all of them but will be displayed by sorting their names alphabetically.
• The Rank of the subsequent candidate will then be extended by the number of additional students having the
same Rank. For example if three students are at 25th Rank then subsequent student will be ranked as 28th.
• Admission authorities and institutions, however, will be free to take their own decision at the time of
admission as to what weightage they wish to give to a particular section.
• The National merit list will be prepared and displayed in the public domain indicating Roll Number, Rank and
the Raw Scores.
• The candidates will be able to see and download their score cards indicating section wise marks scored, total
marks scored and Rank in the All India merit list.
• The discrepancies if any in Question Papers will be adequately addressed by the Steering Committee.