### Free Modern Math Tests

To help you practise for CAT, XAT, IIFT, SNAP, NMAT and other MBA entrance exams.

An extremely interesting topic of Quant which, historically, hasnï¿½t been asked in the exams that often. The level-1 questions of this topic are easy and donï¿½t take more than 60 seconds to solve. The important points to cover in this topic are the fundamental principle of counting, circular arrangement and the Bayes theorem.

### Why take Basic Modern Math Test?

Start with the basic level tests and build your fundamentals of the topic. Analysis of the previous quant sections of CAT have shown roughly 3 questions from the basic level of difficulty, so, take the tests to practice the questions from this level and add to your CAT score, as well as to the scores of other exams such as XAT, IIFT, NMAT , CMAT, SNAP, TISSNET and MH-CET etc

### Why take Advanced Modern Math Test?

2-3 questions are of the advanced level in the CAT exam thereby sufficient practice is must to get these questions right in the final exam.2-3 questions in XAT, SNAP of Modern Maths are from the advance level. Take the practice tests to pocket these questions.

### Why take Expert Modern Math Test?

1-2 questions in CAT, XAT, and SNAP exam are of the expert level, therefore ensure that you get these questions right by taking the expert LOD practice tests and mastering your grip on the topic.

### Weightage of Modern Maths in different MBA entrance exams

 Modern Math CAT XAT IIFT SNAP NMAT Total Qs in Quant 34 27 20 40 26 Modern Math 1-2 3-5 1-2 2-4 1-2 Permutations & Combination 1-2 1-2 1-2 2-3 1-2 Probability 1-2 2-3 1-2 1-2 1-2

The raw score required in QA for a 99%ile in the last three instalments of CAT has been tabulated below

 QA Score CAT 2014 115 CAT 2015 73 CAT 2016 52

Modern Maths questions are a rare feature in any MBA exam. Students can afford to avoid it completely and strengthen other topics of Quant. This would be an ideal way to go about the exam without burdening yourself.

Note:The above given data has been compiled and corroborated from the exams of 2015 and 2016. The number of questions may change drastically in the exams in the coming year.