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Delhi University Joint Admission Test, DU JAT 2018 will be conducted annually by Delhi
University for selecting students to the Undergraduate programmes in the respective courses of
Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS), Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and
Bachelor of Business Education (BBE). The DU JAT Entrance Exam will be conducted in the
month of June 2018 in Offline mode i.e. pen and paper-based test. Under this article, we shall
discuss the DU JAT Exam Pattern for BMS, BFIA, and BBE.
The question paper will be completely in the English language. DU JAT Question Paper will have
120 multiple choice objective questions in a time limit of 2 hours. The questions in DU JAT 2018
will be asked from the topics of Mathematics, Reasoning and analytical abilities. DU JAT 2018
Exam Pattern is designed to be at 10+2 level.
● The Total number of questions in the paper are 100.
● The Maximum Marks of the paper is 300.
● The exam duration is of two hours.
● All questions are the objective type which means every question will have four choices
and only one answer will be correct and the student has to mark the correct answer.
● Each correct answer will get the student three marks.
● For every wrong answer that is marked the student loses 1 mark.
● There will be four sections in the DU JAT Exam. These four sections are General English,
Business and general awareness, logical reasoning and analytical ability and quantitative
● There will be 25 questions in each section. Also, since each question is for 3 marks which
means that each section contains 75 marks.
The marking pattern is such that importance is given to the score of the qualifying exam, the
entrance exam, the group discussion and the personal interview. This weightage is 30%, 50%,
10%, and 10% respectively.
Subject Wise Exam Analysis
The English section is of the level between easy to moderate including questions from reading
comprehension, jumbled sentences, idioms, vocabulary. The passages aren't too long, and the
questions from the passage are direct. Overall, it is quite a manageable section.
Business and General Awareness is tough usually with questions ranging from business and
economics to books and authors and the syllabus is quite vast. Expect a lot of questions from
business knowledge. Your accuracy matters a lot and one should remember that there is
Logical Reasoning is moderate to tough. More focus should be on analytical reasoning and less
on verbal reasoning. Some common topics are Seating arrangement, statement assumption,
clock and calendar, cubes, series, Statement Conclusion, and Analogies.
Last of all comes Quantitative Reasoning. Most students are not extraordinary at maths plus
this section becomes really tough for its higher maths. Geometry, Matrices and determinants,
Vectors, Probability are all higher maths topics which are mixed and matched with some
simpler topics like Time and work, Average, Equations, Logarithm, Trigonometry and such.
In the group discussion, one should expect a management or economics based topic. Here you
will be marked on your knowledge about the topic, your communication, presentation skills
your body language and leadership qualities. Be thorough with current affairs because most
likely you will get a topic related to business or economics from latest news.
Take your turn to speak and a measured stable tone should be adopted. The first and last
speaker get the most attention. If you go first then introduce the topic in brief and when you
are the last to speak then wind up with mentioning all opinions voiced in favor of the topic and
against and conclude. Each speaker must introduce himself/ herself with their name alone or
with name and some important detail.
The personal interview will include you talking about yourself, your hobbies, and education and
your interest in the business domain. Stay confident, calm, collected and smile in a measured
way to earn extra points. GD and PI both should be taken with a confident manner but not in an
over confident way.