NIMCET – 2014 ANALYSIS

by Jitendra Mishra Academy, Indore (Best MCA Entrance Coaching in India) Top MCA Entrance Coaching in India, No. 1 MCA Entrance Coaching in India header_03 (1) analysis (1) 01_07 (1) Here is a detailed analysis of NIMCET 2014, by JITENDRA MISHRA ACADEMY (JMA), Indore which will help you understand NIMCET – 2014 test paper from marking pattern to sectional attempts and difficulty level.
VERY IMPORTANTIf this paper (NIMCET - 2014) was solved direct by shortcut instead of long conventional method especially in Mathematics & Reasoning section, then the students would have easily solved NIMCET - 2014 test paper with in the time limit & achieve better score. On the other hand, if the whole paper was solved by rigorous long method (especially Mathematics section), then the students would have fell short of time or the question known to them would have been left unattempted.
Exam Date 25th May, 2014
Total Number of Questions 120
Total Time 120 minutes
Number of Sections 4
Conducting Institute NIT Agartala
Difficulty Level Medium
Participating NITs 11 NITs
Total Number of Seats 867
Date of Publication Result Wednesday, 11th June 2014
TEST PATTERN NIMCET-2014 test was conducted with only one question paper containing 120 multiple choice questions covering the following subjects. 1. Mathematics 50 questions 2. Analytical Ability & Logical Reasoning 40 questions 3. Computer Awareness 10 questions 4. General English 20 questions Award of Marks Each correctly answered question will carry FOUR marks and each wrongly answered question will lead to NEGATIVE ONE mark. Qualifying Criteria for Allotment of Rank A Candidate securing zero or negative marks either in Mathematics or Total Marks in NIMCET-2014 test will be disqualified. Based on the marks obtained by a qualified candidate in NIMCET-2014 test, a rank will be allotted by adopting the following criteria.
  • The marks obtained in Mathematics, Logical Reasoning, Computer Awareness, English, will be multiplied by a factor of 3, 1½ , 2 and 1 respectively. Thus maximum weighted marks will be 1000.
  • Ranking will be based on total weighted marks obtained by a candidate. In case of a tie, it will be resolved based on weighted marks in Mathematics, then on weighted marks in Logical reasoning and then on weighted marks in Computer Awareness.
  • In case the tie is not resolved by the above criteria stated in the above paragraph, then it will be resolved by age i.e., in favour of elder candidate.
SECTION – 1 MATHEMATICS (50 Questions) This Section Comprised of 50 Questions of which 75% were easy and rest were of moderate level except 2 questions which were difficult and time consuming. A Bulk of questions (15 Questions) were asked from Algebra and rest of the topics (Probability, Calculus, Coordinate, Vector and Trigonometry) were covered fairly with 6-8 questions under this section. Out of 50 Question, 36 to 38 questions were easily approachable and could have been easily done in 1st attempt. 10 to 12 Questions were to be taken in 2nd round and 2 questions in 3rd round. An average of 45 to 46 Questions should have been attempted in this section. Note : This section was slightly difficult compared to the previous year. (NIMCET – 2013) SECTION – 2 ANALYTICAL ABILITY AND LOGICAL REASONING (40 Questions) This Section Comprised of 40 Questions of which 7 Questions were based on Quantitative Aptitude and Rest 33 were based on Analytical and Logical Reasoning. Questions were Easy to Moderate and very easily approachable. This was the easiest section in the whole paper. Among the 33 questions based on Reasoning, A Majority of 28 questions were based on Puzzles. Puzzles were very easy. This whole section could have been attempted in the first round itself and all 40 questions should have been done correctly. Note : This section was comparatively easier than asked in previous year (NIMCET – 2013). SECTION – 3 COMPUTER AWARENESS (10 Questions) This section comprised of 10 questions. And were based on Number system, Binary arithmetic. Only one question was asked from Boolean expression & Computer Fundamental. All the questions were easy and all 10 questions should have been done in the first attempt. Note : This section was more or less same as compared to the previous year (NIMCET – 2013). SECTION – 4 ENGLISH (20 Questions) This Section Comprised of 20 Question. Difficulty level was moderate and A bit tricky. Vocabulary part was A bit tricky as all options seemed to be correct at first but the most appropriate was to be chosen and thus could have led to ambiguity in answers. Out of 20, 13 Questions based on Grammar while 7 question were based on vocabulary. Reading Comprehension, Direct Indirect Speech, One word substitution was asked after a gap of 2 – 3 years. Rest were obvious Questions. Note : This section was more or less same as compared to the previous year (NIMCET – 2013).
  • The NIMCET – 2014 score of majority students at Jitendra Mishra Academy (JMA), Indore is between (723 to 500).
  • More than 612 Test Papers (Daily Test – 200, Weekly Test – 100, Progressive Test – 12, Revision Test – 100, Final Test – 200+) with 60,000+ questions were conducted with 2 to 3 test a day which covered all pattern of NIMCET, JNU, BHU, BIT, ……. with all difficulty level.
  • More than 97 questions out of 120 asked in NIMCET – 2014 are based on JMA Test Series, JMA Study Material & JMA Class room lecture.
  • Maximum number of shortcuts, tricks and techniques on all topics discussed in the classroom helped students to solve the NIMCET – 2014 test paper within the time limit and score better marks.
  • Speed, Accuracy, time management, Mind Management, Exam temperament, Paper Scanning, Allotment of the questions for 1st, 2nd & 3rd round and Time to time Personal Counseling were consistently practiced during the test series which helped students to get better score.
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