Delhi University conducts the Joint Aptitude Test (JAT) for the admission to various graduation level courses such as Bachelor’s in Business Administration (BBA), Bachelor’s in Management Studies, (BMS), and Bachelor’s in Business Economics. The number of aspirants appearing in DU JAT is around 25,000 every year. However, there are merely 1160 seats that the appearing students compete for. So just think for a moment, only one in 22 students make it to one of the courses after qualifying it. From this data you can interpret the level of competition and preparation required to grab a seat in a college in DU.
To prepare you to get admission in the college of your choice we have prepared a mock series that not only will make you confident regarding the exam, it will help you to crack it as well. While solving a mock test, there are a few steps that you must adhere to. Since the mock tests do not have breaks, you are suggested to attempt the question as per their difficulty level. Attempt the easiest questions first, then go for those questions which are slightly difficult than the easiest ones. When you follow this strategy you will have time to go for even those questions which you find the most difficult. This way you can give time to even the most difficult questions or otherwise you can skip them.
Practice brings permanency, and the more you practice the better you get with it every time. So just don’t keep a laid back attitude, register yourself now, take the mock test and be prepared to give your best in the exam day without any worries and stress.