AMCAT Recruitment Process Details

AMCAT tests students from different fields in various domains with the help of an in-depth micro analysis in each domain.
The test consists of various sections/modules which you can choose according to your profile or education background. There are certain modules which are compulsory for everyone (Language and Aptitude Modules), whereas others are optional. During the test, you will be given an option to select any two domain specific modules. It is recommended to that you go through the module description and befitting job profiles before you go to take the AMCAT. Your choice of modules increases your visibility for particular kind of jobs, for instance, if you take the Programming Module, you will be visible to more IT companies whereas taking a HR module will help you find HR profiles. It is best for you to go through the module list now and decide which optional modules you would like to take.
Provided below is the list of all the modules that you can take in AMCAT, the broad topics that a module would cover, relevant job profiles, number of questions, duration and some sample questions for each module.

HOW TO GET INTO AMCAT

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  • Students who have completed MBA or pursuing final year of MBA are eligible
  • Candidates who have completed Engineering in any Branch or in the final year of Engineering
  • Graduation completed candidates or the candidates who are in the final year of the graduation
Subject Number Of Questions Time
English 18 18 Min
Quantitative Ability Tech 16 20 Min
Logical Ability 12 15 Min
Quantitative Ability 14 20 Min
Information Gathering & Synthesis 12 15 Min
AMPI 90 20 Min
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AMCAT Original Questions

Access AMCAT previous year questions.

Interview

Rounds in AMCAT

Written Test (Adaptive)

The AMCAT test syllabus consists of various sections/modules which you can choose according to your profile or education background. There are certain modules which are compulsory for everyone (Language and Aptitude Modules), whereas others are optional.  AMCAT is a multi-dimensional test with the Aptitude (consisting of English, Quantitative Ability and Logical Ability) and AMPI: Aspiring Minds Personality Inventory modules being compulsory and additional skill-specific module which is required for jobs in different sectors. Befitting Job

Functions/Profiles:

Content Management, Quality Assurance, Banking Analyst, In house Lawyer, Designer – Fashion, Interior and Industrial, Business Analysts, Health Care, Engineers, etc.

Interview

Based upon the AMCAT scores the respective companies may call the candidate for subsequent interview rounds; technical or interview on the basis of domain of the candidate

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