Jindal Global University is a highly reputed University. College Aspirants throng to get admission into its courses. The university offers more than 30 courses at UG level. And admission in most of these courses happens through either SAT or JSAT (Jindal Scholastic Aptitude Test).
Following is the list of courses that accept the scores of JSAT.
- B.Com (Hons.) (3 Years)
- BBA (Hons.) – Marketing / Finance / Entrepreneurship (3 Years)
- BBA (Hons.) Business Analytics (3 Years)
- BBA (Hons.) Financial Markets (3 Years)
- BBA (Hons.) Family Business (3 Years)
- Integrated BBA (5 Years)
- B.A. (Hons.) Economics (3 Years)
- B.A. (Hons.) Global Affairs (3 Years)
- B.A. (Hons.) Political Science (3 Years)
- B.A. (Hons.) Liberal Arts & Humanities (3 Years)
- B.A. (Hons.) Social Science & Policy (3 Years)
- B.A (Hons.) Environmental Studies (3 Years)
- B.A. (Hons) Journalism & Media Studies (3 Years)
- B.A. (Hons.) Finance and Entrepreneurship (3 Years)
- B.A. (Hons.) Psychology and Counselling (3 Years)
- Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons.) (3 Years)
Apart from these courses, Jindal University also offers courses in Law and Design but admission in these courses is through different variants of JSAT exams namely JSAT Law and JCAT.
Since a single JSAT exam score can be instrumental in securing admission into so many courses it becomes necessary to plan and prepare for the exam carefully.
Our experts at Career Express have prepared a series of sample papers on the patterns of JSAT. These 5 tests can be the catalysts that you need before entering the hall for the actual JSAT exam.
Some of the advantages of attempting sample papers before any important exams:
- Sample papers (in this case JSAT) give a fair idea about the difficulty level of the exam. So, the preparation can be fine-tuned according to that.
- Sample papers give a realistic estimate of your speed during exam. The actual JSAT exam is for 2 hours in which one has to attempt 120 questions. Obviously, speed is of utmost importance.
- Attempting sample papers would also give you a fair idea about the syllabus of the exam. Many a time students don’t realize that they have not done a specific type of problem and they get a shock when it suddenly appears in the exam.
So, it is highly recommended that some JSAT sample papers are attempted before actually attempting the exam.