Here is the answer key for the Joint Management Entrance Test (JMET ) held on Sunday, 9th December JMET results are used for entrance to . JMET Question Papers, Model Papers, Previous Year Papers free download from JMET Solved question paper JMET sample question paper. JMET () – Q uestion Paper. SECTIO N 1: VERBAL CO MMU N ICATIO N (Q uestions ). Directions: In Q uestions 1 and 2, fill in the blanks w .
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Data Interpretation There is negative oaper for incorrect answers. You should be in your assigned seat at the Test Centre latest by You should bring the following to the Test Centre: Calculators, electronic diaries, cell phones and similar electronic gadgets will not be allowed in the examination hall.
The test begins with the distribution of the Test Booklets. When you get the Test Booklet, make sure that the Booklet is in sealed condition. If the seal is found broken or tampered with, please bring this matter immediately to the notice of the invigilator.
Do not break the seal of the Test Booklet till you are told to do so. Without breaking the seal, take out the Objective Response Sheet ORS from the Test Booklet and verify that it has the same code printed on it jmmet large letters as on the cover of the Test Booklet. The candidate must not mark the answers on an ORS having a code different from the code printed on the Test Booklet.
Use extreme caution in filling the appropriate bubbles. Information on the right half of the ORS should be written in ink wherever indicated. No distinctive mark of any sort is to be put anywhere on the ORS. Open the seal of the Test Booklet only after having been instructed to do so by the invigilator.
You should read the directions for each section of the test carefully. The answers to the questions are to be marked by darkening the bubbles corresponding to the letters A, B, C or D. A soft eraser should be used for erasing any darkened bubble if required. Nothing should be written either in ink or in pencil, in the space used for printing the Barcode on the ORS.
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All the rough work should be done only on the blank pages of the Test Booklet. No extra papers will be provided. Once the test starts, you will not be allowed to leave the examination hall for any reason till the test is over and all other formalities are completed.
You should remain seated after completing the test.
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The invigilator will collect the ORS. You will be allowed to leave the hall only after the ORS, from all the candidates, in your hall have been collected and accounted for. In all matters concerning JMETthe decision of the Institutes will be final and binding on the applicant. The test requires knowledge of basic mathematics arithmetic, algebra, matrices, trigonometry, mensuration, plane and co-ordinate geometry, calculus, set theory, probability and statistics etc.
Sample questions for each of the four sections are provided below. Note that these are only indicative of the type of questions that can be expected in the test. In the paragraph below, each line numbered 1 to 4 has one wrong word. Locate the wrong word. Then, identify which response option A, B, C, or Dgiven below, has the correct combination of words that would make the paragraph read correctly. At times our respirations seem more than wishful dreams. In these questions, each sentence has four underlined words or phrases marked A, B, C, and D.
Choose the one that must be changed to make the sentence correct. He collapsed following a vigorous exercise session at the gym. The old woman next door is a garrulous person A Senile.
The following extract has been taken from a letter written by an insurance company to one of its customers. Fill in the blanks in this extract with the most appropriate words. We wish to inform you 1. Answer the following questions based on your reading of the given passage. At the center of studies of the mind is the problem of representation. It has always seemed that if we could unravel the mystery of how knowledge is stored it would lead irrevocably to understanding how it is learned, how it is used, and, perhaps most intractably of all, how it is made conscious.
The form that language takes when it is laid down as traces of long-term memory is a key to understanding its role in human development, intelligence, and socialization. How is language represented? Are semantic features of words stored as entries in a lexicon or as part of our knowledge of concepts? How do words and meanings combine so that we can use language meaningfully and express thoughts verbally?
Why do contexts change the way we interpret language? These are some of the questions that have fueled the inquiry into psycholinguistic processes and each one has a noble tradition in research and theory. Because the questions are difficult and the solutions impossible to observe directly, the research is intricate and the conclusions are inferential. However, the vast majority of that literature is based on a simplifying assumption: Again the story becomes more complex when these questions are asked about speakers who have two or more languages.
There is another complicating factor. Psycholinguistic research has typically approached research questions by examining and attempting to understand the stable state, namely, the adult mind.
Development processes are always more difficult to observe and to understand. Umet monolinguals, questions about how children build up pape for language and representations for concepts are notoriously difficult to untangle. These fragile systems must somehow evolve into the fabric that is our knowledge of language and the world. The mechanisms by jmft this happens and the stages through which it progresses are the subject of much research in developmental psycholinguistics.
Again, the escalation in complexity is palpable if children are learning two languages. These are the problems faced in the attempt to understand how bilingual children construct mental representations for language and concepts. Investigating this issue includes two sets of related pa;er that can nonetheless be examined separately. The first set of questions concerns the relation between the two languages.
How is the mental organization of two languages different from that of one? The second set of questions concerns the role of meaning and concepts in linguistic organization. How does each language connect with a system of meaning?
Are the two languages alternative labeling systems for the same concepts? Does each pper identify a different set of concepts and experiences for children? These are the questions that underlie the study of the development of mental representation for bilingual children. The Central idea 0207 the passage is that: Choose the most appropriate answer for the next three questions. But entrepreneurship is not just about owning a small business. Which of the following best sums up the above passage?
B Entrepreneurs are the main actors in economic growth. C An owner of a large business may be an entrepreneur. D Entrepreneurs do not own or operate small business. Which of the following is irrelevant to explaining the increase in consumption of soft drinks? A This summer, soft drink companies offered more volume discounts than competing substitutes. B Soft drinks were available in more retail outlets this summer.
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C The advertisements of jmeg drinks were more catchy and effective this summer. D The production of soft drink bottle openers papsr this year. Instructions for Questions A two-way road network exists between the following locations in a city: There is also a one-way road between locations D and B; the only possible way of travel is from D to B.
None of these road routes intersect each other except meeting at the nodal points in the respective locations.
There are no other routes to or from the above locations in the city. Which of the oaper locations cannot be avoided while traveling from F to H? What is the minimum number of locations one would have to touch to reach E from F?
The following sentences, when properly sequenced, form, a coherent paragraph. Select the most logical order of the sentences. Seven MBA students are to be assigned projects, as part of their curriculum. The course instructor has offered them three projects coded here as 1, 2 and 3. No student can take part in more than one project.
There must be atleast one engineering graduate in each project. B cannot be in the same project as G. C and F must work on the same project. E must not work on project 3. Since projects 1 and 2 are easier, the instructor has ppaper only two students to work on these projects.
j,et A text book for children is meant to have sq. Also, the top and bottom margins are 3 cms. The most economical height and width of each page will be respectively A 16 cms. Which one of the following is not always true?