KMAT is conducted in offline, or in paper-pencil mode for candidates seeking admission to MBA programmes in the B-schools of Bangalore and Karnataka. The test consists of 120 multiple choice questions (MCQs) divided into three sections.
A specially designed OMR sheet is provided to candidates to mark the responses.
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Each section has 40 questions, with a total of 120 MCQ questions.
Each correct answer is of +4 marks, while every incorrect answer will face a penalty of -1 marks.
The syllabus covers topics related to basic mathematics, aptitude and language comprehension skills.
Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension: Grammar, Vocabulary, Sentence completion, Synonyms, Antonyms, Comprehension of passages
Logical and Abstract Reasoning: Verbal Reasoning, Analogy
Quantitative Ability: Numerical calculations, Arithmetic problems (ratio & proportion, percentage, interest, time & speed etc., Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Quantitative reasoning, Interpretation of tables, Common graphs & charts