"IIMC entrance exam for PG Diploma courses will be conducted on September 4, 2022.Â Check exam preparation tips here."
IIMC Entrance Exam 2022: Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) entrance exam for PG Diploma courses will be conducted by National Testing Agency along with CUET (PG) on September 4, 2022.
Candidates preparing for the IIMC Entrance Exam 2022 are advised to go through the six important preparation tips in the below article.
IIMC Entrance Exam 2022: Preparation Tips
Below mentioned are some of the important last minute preparation tips for IIMC Entrance Exam 2022.
- Solve Sample Papers: Solving the sample question papers will give you the feel and intensity of the real exam. You will get to know how prepared are you for the actual exam. Solving sample papers will also help you in time management. You will get an idea about how much time is needed to complete the entrance exam.
- Revision: To know how prepared you are, revise the notes you have prepared so far. Do not start a new topic or chapter at the final stage as it will be time consuming. Instead, revise what you have already studied.
- Time Management: The IIMC Entrance Exam 2022 duration is 120 minutes. Make sure to complete the exam within the given time. Also, observe the mistakes you make while solving the sample paper, this will help you to manage time in the final exam.
- Keep Important Things Ready: Keep all the necessary documents ready such as admit card and valid ID proof to carry to exam centre. Make sure to reach the exam centre on time.
- Sleep Well: To keep your mind calm and composed during the exam, it is important to get enough sleep. Do not stay up whole night preparing for the exam. Doing so, will make you feel tired on the exam day.
- Stay Calm and Positive: Candidates are advised to stay calm and positive while preparing for the IIMC Entrance Exam 2022. Each and every candidate will face the exam pressure but the one who controls his/her nervousness, can achieve success in exam.
IIMC Entrance Exam 2022: Exam Pattern
|Course||Number of Questions||Time||Marks|
|Hindi Journalism, English Journalism, Radio & TV Journalism, Digital Media, Advertising & Public Relations||
Total Questions = 100
Part A: Consisting of Language Comprehension/Verbal Ability, General Awareness, Mathematical/Quantitative Ability and Analytical Skills comprising of 25 MCQs.
Part B: Domain Knowledge comprising of 75 MCQs.
|120 Minutes||100 Marks|
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