We bring you GCET MBA 2013 Exam Date, Notification, Paper Pattern, GCET MBA 2013 Entrance Exam Dates, Forms, Eligibility Criteria, Preparation Tips, Tricks, Techniques.
GCET MBA - Gujarat Common Entrance Test for MBA is conducted by Gujarat Technological University (GTU) for admission of MBA Programe in offered by management institutes based in Gujarat and affiliated to GTU. Candidates appearing for this test must be a graduate from a recognized university or institute in Gujarat and must have scored at least 50% in the final degree examination. There is no restriction regarding the age or the number of attempts. The question paper is based on subjects like English, Analytical and Logical reasoning, General Knowledge and Quantitative Ability. Students appearing for MBA and MCA courses will have 80 minutes to solve 100 multiple choice questions having negative marking for every wrong answer and for those who wishes to answer a common exam for MBA and MCA will have 96 minutes to answer 120 questions.
GCET MBA 2013 Dates / Notification:-
GCET MBA 2013 dates will be announce soon.
GCET MBA 2013 Pattern:-
GCET MBA Test had questions on Quantitative Ability, Reasoning, Data Interpretation, Reading Comprehension, Verbal ability and General Knowledge. There was negativemarking .There were 125 questions in total to be solved in a period of two hours.
GCET MBA 2013 Syllabus:-
GCET Chemistry Syllabus:-
- Atomic Structure and Chemical Bonding
- Solid State
- Chemical Kinetics
- Surface Chemistry
- p-Block Elements
- d- and f-Block Elements
- Coordination Compounds
- Nuclear Chemistry
- Alcohols, Phenol and Ether
- Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
- Polymer Substances
- Chemistry in Everyday Life
GCET Physics Syllabus:-
- Static Electricity
- Current Electricity and its Effects
- Magnetism, Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current
- Electromagnetic Waves and Optics
- Dual Nature of Radiations and Matter, Atom and Nucleus
- Semiconductor Electronics and Communication
GCET Mathematics Syllabus:-
- Straight Lines and Family of Straight Lines
- Limits and its Applications
- Differentiations and its Applications
- Indefinite Integration
- Definite Integration
- Differential Equations
GCET MBA Exam Eligibility:- Candidate should have Graduates with not less than 50 % marks in any discipline from a recognized university of Gujarat state.
GCET MBA Exam Preparation Tips / Techniques / Tricks:-
Understand the Test:- Before the GCET MBA exam, get familiar with the exam pattern. You should know the number of questions, time limit, expected cut-off marks, number of attempts required and other relevant details.
Analyse the Tests:- Test-taking is the most important aspect of your preparation now. Take two or at the most three tests a week. Test-taking should be followed by an in-depth analysis of the complete paper. Analyse what mistakes you have committed and how you will rectify them. Also check the questions that you have missed, and whether you have missed any 'easy' question! That will help in your choice of questions later.
On Examination Day:- One of the biggest pitfalls is that as students we always search for short cuts, asking 'which is the easiest way out and which are the easiest questions?' A critical issue here is the tremendous urge to skip questions.
Learn to relax:- If you are not getting admission in top 100 colleges then even it is not the end of your life. Many a time, very high potential students have not made it to the top mba colleges because they could not handle the pressure. So unwind, go for movies, do things that help you relax, go for walks, listen to soothing music, meditate…. People who stick it out, hang in there and continue to peg away will make it.