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What are some major differences between MAT, CMAT and, GMAT exams?

chinchujoseph1993 23rd Jan, 2021

Hello,

MAT, CMAT and, GMAT  are some of the popular Management entrance exams. I will list out the major differences between the three.

MAT

Management Aptitude Test (MAT)  is a National Level Exam and conducted by All India Management Association (AIMA) four times a year for admission to around 600 B-schools across India.

The exam consists of Five  sections with 40 questions in each. The sections and time for each are:

  • Intelligence and Critical Reasoning - 30 minutes
  • Language Comprehension - 30 minutes
  • Mathematics - 35 minutes
  • Data Analysis and Sufficiency - 40 minutes
  • Indian and Global Environment - 15 minutes

TO read more on MAT please refer : https://bschool.careers360.com/exams/mat


CMAT

Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) is a National Level Exam and is held Once a year by the National Testing Agency for admissions to over 1000 participating Institutes.

CMAT 2021 is a 3-hour test with MCQs from Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation, Logical Reasoning, Language Comprehension, and General. Each section will have 25 questions for 100 marks.

TO read more on CMAT please refer: https://bschool.careers360.com/exams/cmat


GMAT

Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is the entrance exam for those who wish to pursue their MBA and PGDM abroad. GMAT scores are accepted in over 80 countries worldwide and many top institutions in India.

GMAT is a computer adaptive test which is 3 hours and 30 minutes long and comprises 4 sections for evaluation namely Quantitative Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning, Integrated Reasoning and Analytical Writing

TO read more on GMAT please refer: https://www.careers360.com/exams/gmat


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which medical college be choose if i get 500 Marks in neet for general category ( Uttar Pradesh )

Abhishek Roy 23rd Jan, 2021

Being from General Category, I believe with a Score of 500/720 in NEET, you have bleak chances in securing a seat in MBBS at any of the State or Government Medical Colleges. However, you must keep hope and apply for the Counselling Procedure.

To know more about NEET Cutoff of Medical Colleges in UP do follow the link below

https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-cutoff-up/amp

I would suggest you to take a Drop, if possible, since there are high chances after a 500 in first try in end up with 600+ in the next attempt followed by Admission in some of the Top State or Government MBBS Colleges in Uttar Pradesh.

You may also consider Top Private Medical Institutes, if you have sufficient financial and monetary security. Private Medical Colleges of Maharashtra like DY Patil, Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences, SUM in Odisha as well as those in Karnataka like KMC Manipal and other under COMEDK Medical Counselling like KIMS, Ramaiah and Bangalore Institute of Medical Sciences are all good medical colleges and provide effective medical education.

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can a bhms do eye surgery or prescribe allopathic medicine

Abhishek Roy 23rd Jan, 2021

No, a BAMS or BHMS Doctor is strictly prohibited against prescribing Allopatheic medicine, practicing Allopathy or performing Surgery. You may read the Website of All India Doctors Association and Medical Association to know more about the Rules and Regulations.

If done, is illegal and the person might be put behind bars, if found guilty by court of law.

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