TANCET Syllabus 2020
TANCET syllabus has been prescribed by Anna University. TANCET MBA syllabus is divided into five sections – Business Analysis, Reading Comprehension and Verbal Ability, Quantitative Aptitude, Data Sufficiency and General English. TANCET syllabus outlines the topics and sub-topics under each section of the exam. TANCET 2019 syllabus will help candidates to know the topics they need to cover for the exam. Read this article below to get the detailed TANCET MBA syllabus.
Overview of TANCET Syllabus 2020
- Questions in Business Analysis part of TANCET are framed to evaluate a candidate’s ability to comprehend the data and apply the same to take business decisions.
- The Reading Comprehension and Verbal Ability assess a candidate’s skill in answering passage based questions as well as knowledge of grammar, punctuation etc.
- Quantitative Aptitude topics are of graduation and class 12 level.
- Data sufficiency questions test a candidate’s mathematical skills as well as their knowledge of interpreting a given set of data.
Business Analysis Candidates will be given to analyze business situations in the form of a paragraph. This will be followed by some questions. Reading Comprehension and Verbal Ability Reading Comprehension, Synonyms, Antonyms, Fill in the blanks, Grammar, Vocabulary, Sentence Corrections, Idioms, Cloze Test, One Word Substitution Quantitative Aptitude Number System, HCF LCM, Percentages, Ratios, Averages, Simple & Compound Interest, Profit & Loss, Time Speed & Distance, Time & Work, Mixtures & Allegations, Quadratic Equations, Linear Equations, Logarithms, Series and Progressions, Binomial Theorem, Surds & Indices, Functions, Inequalities, Modulus, Geometry, Mensuration, Trigonometry, Co-ordinate Geometry, Permutation & Combination, Probability, Set Theory Data Sufficiency Questions will be based on Number Systems, Arithmetic Topics, Algebra, Data Interpretation (Pie Chart, Line Graph, Bar Graph, and Tables). Candidates will also get questions in the form of statements labeled as I and II. They have to determine whether the statements either I or II or both I and II are sufficient to solve the problem General English This section tests the candidate’s knowledge of General English with questions on errors in usage, grammar, punctuation, etc
For each correct answer, candidates score 1 mark. For the incorrect answer, 1/3 marks were deducted. The test carried 100 marks. The overall difficulty of questions across sections was moderate to difficult. The Reading Comprehension and Verbal Ability section had questions from one-word substitutions, reading comprehension, synonyms, basic grammar, idioms and phrases, and proverbs. Data Interpretation had questions from problem-based & percentage, histogram, bar graph, problem-based on equivalence, pie chart and line graph. Questions in Quantitative Aptitude section was asked from permutation and combination, trigonometry, statistics and probability, arithmetic, algebra, and geometry. Logical Reasoning section had questions from blood relation analogy, direction sitting arrangement, water and mirror images, syllogism, coding-decoding, and series. The section-wise distribution of questions is given in the table below.
|English Grammar & Usage||20||Moderate|
|Analysis of Business Situation||20||Moderate to difficult|
|Quantitative Ability||20||Moderate to difficult|
|Data Sufficiency||20||Moderate to difficult|