BENGALURU: The Common Admission Test held for entrance into Indian Institute of Managements in the country, continued to be a ‘tough nut to crack’ for aspirants this year.
Candidates from various parts of the State appeared for examinations in 40 centres, located in 14 cities such as Bengaluru, Mysuru, Kolar, Mandya and others.
While the Verbal Ability paper was easy for most students, they had a tough time answering questions in Quantitative Ability, and Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning (DILR) papers of the examination.
Candidate Gaana Sreenivas said,”Verbal Ability was the easiest of the three papers. DILR was the toughest.”
Namita B A said, “DILR had questions that took time to read and understand. However, there was not enough time to answer all the questions.”
Shankul Vakil said that the questions of DILR paper were ‘calculation extensive’ and difficult to complete. Quantitative Ability wss simpler.
Results are expected to announced in the second week of January before admissions commence in April.