Anjani Chaand Updated On: 01 Dec, 2018 16:06 IST
There is no official MICAT Syllabus released by the conducting authority i.e MIC. Based on MICAT Previous Year Question Papers and Sample Paper, the section-wise topics have been provided. Almost every management exam has the same syllabus but MICAT is slightly different. Apart from Quantitative Ability, Verbal Ability, and General Awareness, it has a Psychometric Test, Divergent and Convergent Thinking, and Descriptive Test. In order to qualify in this examination, candidates have to prepare for the same in an organised and systematic manner.
Candidates preparing for MICAT must cover every topic thoroughly in order to score well in the exam. MICAT is not conducted just to offer admission to PGDM-Communications programme of MICA Ahmedabad but it is also a test of candidates' overall ability and skills. So, the candidates who have decided to give the upcoming exam must start preparing after checking the detailed MICAT 2019 Syllabus.
Psychometric Test: Candidates must try and answer all the questions asked in this section. Through the Psychometric Test, candidates’ characteristics and behavioural traits are tested in the exam.
Verbal Ability: This section tests candidates' Grammatical skills and Vocabulary, and questions are based on topics such as:
|Sentence correction||Tenses||Pronouns||Synonyms and antonyms|
|Fill in the blanks||Analogies||One word substitution||Jumbled paragraphs and sentences|
|Articles||Vocabulary||Idioms and Phrases||Reading Comprehension passage|
|English usage or Grammar|
Quantitative Ability: This section tests candidates' mathematical skills, and the questions are based on topics like:
|Numbers||Ratios and Proportion||Trigonometry||Geometry|
|Heights & Distance||Profit & Loss||Percentages||Time-Speed-Distance – Work and time|
|Averages||HCF – LCM||Geometric Progression||Arithmetic progression|
|Number system||Arithmetic mean||Geometric mean||Harmonic mean|
|Median||Mode||Number Base System||Simple Interest & Compound Interest|
|Venn Diagram||Probability||Permutations & Combinations||Vectors|
|Binomial Expansion||Coordinate geometry||Logarithm||Calendar|
|Maxima & Minima Progression|
General Awareness: In this section, candidates’ knowledge about current affairs is tested. So, they must enhance their knowledge to score well in this particular section. Questions are mostly asked from the following areas:
|Indian Constitution||Authors and Literature||Science & research||History|
Divergent-Convergent Reasoning: This section tests candidates' Reasoning Ability, and questions are based on:
Sequence and Series
Statement – Assumption
Descriptive Test: In this section of the exam, Descriptive questions are asked, which evaluate candidates' creative writing skills. To perform well in this section, candidates must develop a flair to write creatively.