Sky is the limit- Are you ready for CMAT General Awareness Preparation?
It’s that part of the year, when all the CMAT aspirants or MBA aspirants start their preparations and have numerous doubts about how to prepare for General Awareness.
General Awareness will play the same role in pushing up your merit position in CMAT as other sections can do. The General Awareness part in CMAT features Current Affairs, Persons in News, Places, Awards and Sports, Geography, Economy highlights, Business events, History, Polity section, Cultural aspects, Science and technology, Books and their authors, Prizes and International Affairs.
There will be 25 questions based on General Awareness in CMAT in the form of MCQs (Multiple Choice questions). Every correct answer will award you 4 marks improving your score and awarding you higher place in merit. Since there is no sectional cut off in CMAT and all the 4 sections have equal number of questions, General Awareness will play the same role in pushing up your merit position in CMAT as other sections can do.
Tips to Prepare General Awareness Module:
“Efficiency is doing things right;
effectiveness is doing the right things.”
Starting with this Phrase:
There are certain events in every body’s life that leave some good and some bitter memories which are not erasable which are permanently store in our minds, likewise if you read some stuff at most with all your interest you will always remember it.
The time for crawling preparation is over and the need is to shed the human nature of waking up at the eleventh hour. Firstly divide the area of General Awareness as it has various sections like Current affairs, Conventional or General GK, Financial and Economical updates on National and International grounds.
Read some good Books on GK available in market, some Historical facts & Events, Questions Based on Inventions, New Discoveries, and Questions on Geography etc.
If you relate one Event with one personality it will be beneficial for you as you can complete your one topic completely.
Read as much you can, go through newspapers, magazines on current affairs of India and worldwide. Regularly Read the business and economy pages of newspapers like Times of India, The Economics times periodicals like –The Week.
- Current Affairs National & International:
In Current affairs one can always go through various recent announcements by newly formed government. News on Private and Public Sectors. Creation of newly states, common wealth games etc. Read stuff on Global matters also.
Lastly few lines by Peter F. Drucker-
“Follow effective action with quiet reflection. From the quiet reflection will come even more effective action”.