Preparation tips for Bhartiya Vidyapeeth Management entrance exam
Bharti Vidyapeeth University Institute of Management (BVIMR):
Bharti Vidyapeeth University established in 1992, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University
Institute of Management and Research (BVIMR), New Delhi. It is one of the premier
institutes imparting quality education in management. It has been ranked as one
of the top 50 B-Schools in India. Bharati Vidyapeeth University Institute of Management
and Research invites application for admission to the following MBA Programs: Dual
Specialization in Marketing, Finance, HR, IT and International Business. Bharti
Vidyapeeth conducts the BMAT Entrance Exam followed by Group Discussion and Personal
Interview for MBA admission.
This entrance exam covers Current Affairs, Mathematics at x level, Logical & Abstract
Reasoning, Computer Awareness, Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension, Quantitative
Aptitude and Management Skill. In order to crack the entrance exam one should have
the necessary elements Concentration, Time Management, Accuracy, Speed and Finding
Tips for Preparation:
- Concentration: Concentration is the most important
factor for preparation of any entrance exam. Be focused on your studies, do regular
- Time Management: Time Management plays vital role
in making strategy to crack the exam. With perfect time management one can give
equal weightage to all the sections of paper.
- Accuracy: Accuracy decides the major part i.e.
your score in written exam. It will come by proper practice.
- Speed: Once you are good at accuracy then speed
is also unavoidable factor in strategy making. With proper speed you can complete
the question paper with accuracy and ensure good score.
- Finding Traps: You should avoid false positives
or false negatives i.e. you shouldn’t leave easy questions thinking they are hard
and attempt hard questions thinking they are easy. Analysing your progress on the
above four compare with the previous attempted paper on above all points.
Group Discussion tips below:
- Always enter the room with a piece of paper and a pen. In the first two minutes
jot down as many ideas as you can.
- When you are talking on any topic, ensure that the group hears you.
- Be clear and audible when you express your views.
- Try practising Group Discussion before you attend the final one. This will help
you to get rid of the phobia.
- If you want to give a meaningful contribution then you should have a good knowledge
base. Your contribution must be relevant and productive.
- To be a good communicator, you must put forth your arguments logically.
- The quality of what you said is more valuable than the quantity.
- Be careful that the "something different" you state is relevant to the topic being
- You must be clearly seen to be attempting to build a consensus.
- You must demonstrate the fact that you are capable and inclined to work as part
of the team.
- You should be on the venue at least five to ten minutes before the interview.
- Your Curriculum Vitae should be easy to read, neat & interesting.
- Practice answering some typical interview questions and answers.
- During the time of interview try to relax and stay as calm possible.
- Your dress code must be formal in the interview.
- Body language is an important criteria. Body languages speak a lot about the characters.
Make sure that your body language speaks positively about yourself.
- To ensure your body language signals your confidence, sit up straight with your
- Avoid crossing your legs and don't adopt a casual pose even if your interviewer
- Even if you are nervous, try not to fidget. Don't twirl your hair or cross your
arms, and maintain eye contact with the interviewer.
- Shake with a medium-firm grip, you convey confidence and authority.