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Old October 13th, 2016, 09:48 AM
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Default Re: TISS Test Structure

TISSNET is a computer based National Entrance Test where a total of 100 multiple choice questions are asked from 3 sections.

TISSNET Exam Pattern

Name of the Sections Number of questions Duration

General Awareness 40 1 hour 40 minutes
English Proficiency 30
Analytical Ability & Logical
Reasoning 30
Total 100

There is no negative marking in the exam.

For marking every correct answer, the candidates will be awarded with 1 mark each.

Sections –

Analytical and Numerical Ability

One can expect a small number of very basic visual reasoning and inferential questions in this section. Also there may be a set or two consisting of basic DI questions which you need to answer on the basis of a graph or a pie chart. The remaining questions are quantitative ability questions not very different to those in the CAT. The subjects covered in the last year's exam include time and work, quadrilaterals, numbers, averages, profit and loss, mathematical series, etc. You should be able to solve this section fairly quickly as all you need is a grasp on the fundamentals. This section had 15 questions last year.

Language Ability

This section requires you to solve RC passages with most questions being direct. Besides RC, logical arrangement of paragraphs, vocabulary based fill-in-the-blanks, analogies, sentence correction, essence/summary of a paragraph are the kind of questions that have traditionally appeared in this section and one can expect them this year too. The general level of questions is easy. This section had 20 questions last year.

Awareness of General and Social Issues
In the past two years, this section has had general knowledge questions about:

United Nations Organization
Indian rivers
Basic historical facts about India
Important Indian monuments
Basic facts and latest numbers about the Indian economy
Recent government initiatives like MNREGA, Mid-day meal scheme etc.
Indians who have won prominent international awards
Olympic Games facts

English Proficiency


Word Analogies
Fill in the blanks
Reading Comprehension
Contextual Vocabulary
Para Jumbles

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