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Learn the important tips to clear the Common Admission Test

BY: Deena David | Category: Education | Post Date: 2009-10-17

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Common admission Test is a very important exam for all the aspirants to the well known business schools of India. The aspirants who clear the exam get admission into some of the best business schools and go on to become very sought after by international organizations.

Preparation for this Common admission Test can be very tough. It needs a lot of commitment, determination and hard work. The individual needs to be disciplined in the approach to complete the exam.

There are certain important things that the individual has to prepare for while competing in these examinations. The most important things are verbal ability, reading comprehension, quantitative ability, data interpretation and logical reasoning. These may seem very simple when one hears of them, but when in a real situation where the answers in the computer based test all look very similar, it can be a tough job to try and complete the exam within the stipulated time.

Time management:

This is very important. It is better not to be bogged down by a problem that you are unsure of. The best method of completing the whole exam on time is to set yourself targets and try to complete a particular portion of it in time. Finish all the problems that you find easy and then come back to the ones that you were not sure of.

Verbal ability:

Preparation for verbal ability needs a lot of memory and language skills. A person with a wide vocabulary will benefit a lot. Learning new words in the dictionary can be very helpful in clearing this hurdle.

Quantitative ability:

There are various complicated problems that an individual can face in this part of the examination. The Common admission Test is famous for throwing up complicated time, speed and distance problems. A person has to be good in these to be able to clear the Common admission Test successfully.

Logical reasoning:

The Common admission Test has a trend of confusing the exam taker with the logical reasoning section. For a person who gets confused, it can become a tough mountain to climb. The answers to the questions will look very similar and confusing to the student. The individual taking the Common admission Test should have a clear and discerning mind to be able to complete this section successfully.

Other sections:

The other sections in the Common admission Test also need hard work and commitment to be able to complete them on time. A person should try to be clear headed and try not to panic. If a person panics in the examination hall, then all is sure to be lost. The answers can be confusing and panic will make the individual commit blunders.

The reward after all the hard work of completing the Common admission Test is an entry into the prestigious IIM's or the Indian Institute of Management institutions that impart quality education to those who are part of it. Once people complete the courses offered here, the job opportunities that they get can be very lucrative. Many are immediately snapped by multinational companies from all parts of the world. So a person has to think of the reward and try to put in all the effort that they can to clear the Common admission Test.

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About Author / Additional Info: I am a physiotherapist and also a freelance writer. I have been writing for many blogs and websites and also take up freelance assignments. Comments are welcome at prakashdavid@rediffmail.com

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