CET

A student processes information and learns in different ways. There are three major styles of learning: Auditory, Visual & Tactile. Usually people have a mix of various learning styles but one is more dominant than the others. Some students process information by seeing and visualising, some by hearing and repeating and some by doing.

There are many theories that say a student learns best if taught in a method which fits his style. When a mismatch occurs between the learning style of a student and the teaching style of the teacher, a student ends up being bored, inattentive in class and does badly in tests. However, regardless of a student’s dominant style, it is best to improve the other styles, so as to achieve his complete potential.

An auditory learner learns by hearing and listening. Information is stored by the way it sounds. Memorising is usually done by reading out loud.

Here are some ways to improve the auditory learning style to learn better:

  • Sit where you can hear clearly
  • Use flashcards with summarized information to read them out loud
  • Record lectures and then listen to the recording.
  • Read test questions out loud.
  • Study new material by reading it out loud
  • Discuss topics in your study group

A visual learner learns and remembers by reading or seeing pictures or videos. Understanding is best done by visualising the information in the head.

To improve learning through the visual learning style, you can:

  • Learn by watching a demonstration, look at graphics or read
  • Try to visualize things that you hear or things that are read to you.
  • Turn notes to pictures, charts and graphs 
  • Make mind maps for concepts
  • Watch videos or images of new concepts

A tactile learner learns by touching and doing. Remembering things that are done is easier than remembering things that are seen or heard.

To learn better, tactile learners can:

  • Write or draw to improve understanding and remembering
  • Use flashcards and arrange them in groups to show relationships between ideas.
  • Trace words with your finger while reading
  • Take frequent but not very long breaks during reading or studying periods 
  • Use a computer to reinforce learning through the sense of touch. 

 

 

 

 

FunctioningAbout Exam CET

CPLC CET PROGRAMME

Duration: 120 hours
This has been designed by experts who have been instrumental in hundreds of students securing admission to Jamnalal Bajaj and other top institutes in Mumbai, Maharashtra. The program addresses all aspects of the exam - Quant, Verbal and DI/Reasoning. A special emphasis is given to CET-specific topics like Visual Reasoning. Like our CAT program, even our CET program prepares you for more than one exam.

Batches start at various stages in the year.

  • Batches starting in June/July for March CET are held twice a week for 2 hours.
  • Batches starting in Aug/Sep for March CET are held thrice a week for 2 hours
  • Batches starting in Oct/Nov for March CET are held Five days a week for 2 hours
  • Batches starting in Dec/Jan for March CET are held Six days a week for 2 hours

CET

MAH-CET MBA entrance test is an online computer based examination having duration of 150 minutes (2.5 hrs) and consisting of 200 questions in MCQ (multiple choice questions) format. There is no negative marking in MAH-CET MBA entrance examination. There are around 300-plus B-schools including JBIMS Mumbai, SIMSREE, PUMBA, K J Somaiya, Welingkar’s and so on, which are participating in CAP (Centralized Allotment Process) and would offer admission in accordance with seat matrix and B-school allotment through multiple rounds of CAP

The admission to the management courses such as MBA/MMS/PGDBM/PGDM is a centralized process and carried out by the Competent Authority of the State of Maharashtra (usually the Directorate of Technical Education or DTE).

Eligibility

  • Passed minimum Three-year Duration Bachelor’s Degree awarded by any of the Universities recognized by University Grants Commission or Association of Indian Universities in any discipline with at least 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent (at least 45% in case of candidates of backward class categories and Persons with Disability belonging to Maharashtra State only) or its equivalent; OR
  • Appeared for the final year examination of any Bachelor’s degree to be awarded by any of the Universities recognized by University Grants Commission or Association of Indian Universities in any discipline.

Examination Schedule CET examination is usually conducted in the month of March.

Examination fees Rs.1000 for Open Category students and Rs.800 for reserved category students.

For detailed guidelines please visit: http://www.dteau.org/adm17/MBA-CET%202017%20Information%20Brochure.pdf

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