SET Analysis 2022

SET 2022 was held on 3rd July, 2022 from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM.
Symbiosis Entrance Test (SET) is a university-level test conducted by Symbiosis International University, for admission to its undergraduate and integrated courses. Thousands of students appear for SET every year, hoping to get into the reputed institute. After the exam, the students are eager to learn about their performance and approximate scores.
So, here we provide an in-depth analysis of SET 2022, particularly for the BBA course.
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SET 2022: Overall Analysis
SET is a computer-based test, composed of multiple-choice questions. The purpose of this test is to check the general aptitude skills and knowledge of the aspirants. Similar to last year, SET 2022 had a total of 60 questions to be answered in 60 minutes. Listed below are the key features of SET 2022 exam:
  • Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
  • Marks per correct answer: +1
  • Negative Marking: Nil
  • Sectional Time Limit: None
  • Inter-sectional Navigation: Allowed
  • Intra-sectional Navigation: Allowed
The following table illustrates the sectional breakup of SET 2022:
SET 2022: Exam Structure
Sections
No. of Questions
Marks
General English
16
16
Quantitative Ability
16
16
Analytical & Logical Reasoning
12
12
General Awareness
16
16
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SET 2022: Section-wise Analysis
SET 2022 was mostly considered easy by the test-takers. Except for the GK section, the test was quite manageable. Given below are the complete details of different sections of SET 2022:
General English
English section had questions on various topics of vocabulary and grammar. There were no reading comprehension passages or parajumbles. The section was perceived as easily doable, and an attempt of 10+ with accuracy would result in an effective score. The given table displays the weightage of different areas in General English:
Topics
No. of Questions
Conjunctions/Prepositions/Tenses/Adjective
4
Synonyms
3
Idioms
2
Spellings
3
Figure of Speech
1
Sentence Correction
1
Miscellaneous
2
Quantitative Ability
This section was also direct and straightforward, with most questions from the major concepts of Arithmetic. The remaining questions were from algebra, geometry, modern maths, etc. An attempt of 11+ questions serves well for a high score in this section. Given below are the topic-wise details of Quant section:
Topics
No. of Questions
Averages
2
Time, Speed & Distance
2
Percentages/ Profit-loss
2
Algebra
3
Number Theory
3
Probability, P & C
2
Data Interpretation
1
Area/Perimeter
1
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Analytical & Logical Reasoning
Reasoning section was based on common topics, aimed at testing the deductive and inductive skills of the students. These topics include arrangements, visual reasoning, coding-decoding, syllogism, etc. An attempt of 10+ questions in this section is sure to gain an excellent score. Here is the topic-wise breakup of the reasoning section:
Topics
No. of Questions
Clocks
1
Series
1
Syllogism
1
Seating Arrangements
1
Blood Relations
1
Statement-Course of Action
1
Visual Reasoning
2
Coding-Decoding
1
Statement-Argument
1
Statement-Assumption
1
Calendar
1
General Awareness
This section was a bit challenging in nature, with a mix of questions from static and current GK. However, the focus was more on static GK than current events. There were questions on sports, countries and capitals, festivals, awards, books, international organizations, important days, etc. An attempt of 12+ questions is a must for a good score in this section.
Finally, the students are shortlisted for the next admission rounds, as per their scores in SET.
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