Shruti GargSenior Executive
GD Goenka University has released the important dates for GATA 2023 soon. Candidates seeking admission to UG or PG programmes of GD Goenka University must fill the online application form online. GATA 2023 registrations has commenced in March 2023. The exam will be conducted in online proctored mode.
GATA Important Dates 2023
GATA Application Form: The registrations has commenced online only. Candidates can fill the GATA 2023 application online. Candidates must ensure to fulfill the prescribed eligibility criteria before filling the application form.
GATA Admit Card: Registered candidates will be able to download the GATA admit card soon after completing the registration process and paying the application fee. The admit card is an important document on the day of examination, without which candidates will not be permitted to take the exam.
GATA Exam: Authorities will conduct the GATA 2023 exam soon after the candidate registers successfully. Only candidates who will register for the exam will be able to take the test. GATA 2023 exam is being held in remote proctored mode.
GATA Result: The scorecard for GATA 2023 will be released on the application portal of the candidate. Candidates who will qualify the examination will have to appear for the counselling process which is expected to be held in online mode. Final seats will be allotted after personal interview and document verification process.
Goenka Aptitude Test for Admission (GATA) 2023 Exam Dates & Schedule
Take a look at the table below for the complete schedule of Goenka Aptitude Test for Admission (GATA) 2023 exam
|Dates||Past Exam Dates|
1 Mar '23 -
10 May '23
GATA 2023 Exam
1 Mar '23 -
10 May '23
GATA 2023 Registration
1 Feb '23 -
10 May '23
GATA Admit Card 2023
FAQs in GATA Important Dates
Q. When will the GATA 2023 registration commence?
Ans. GATA 2023 registrations has commenced online in March 2023. Candidates willing to appear for the GD Goenka entrance test must fill the online application form.
Q. What is the last date for registration?
Ans. The last date for GATA 2023 registrations is May 10, 2023. Candidates must adhere to the prescribed eligibility criteria before filling the online application form.
Q. What is the exam pattern of GATA?
Ans. GATA exam is conducted for a duration of three hours (for PCM) and one hour (for non-PCM). The nature of the question is objective type. Candidates must choose the correct option from the provided options.
Q. When will be the GATA exam conducted?
Ans. GATA 2023 exam is in being held online. Candidates who will register for the exam will be able to appear for the exam. GATA 2023 will be conducted in online proctored mode.
Q. What is the GATA marking scheme?
Ans. As per the GATA marking scheme for every correct answer four marks will be credited. Whereas, there will be no negative marking for any unattempted question or wrong answers.
Q. When will I be able to download by GATA scorecard?
Ans. The release of the GATA 2023 result will be notified to the candidates via Email or SMS. Candidates will be able to check their results on their application portal.
Q. What after GATA results?
Ans. Soon after the GATA results will be announced, candidates will be called for the counselling process. This process will consist of personal interview and document verification rounds. Candidates will be shortlisted based on their performance in GATA and personal interview.
Q. How many times is GATA exam conducted in a year?
Ans. GATA exam is once in a year. Candidates must mandatorily fill the application form and appear for the exam to appear for the selection process.
Q. What are the sections included in GATA exam for non-PCM?
Ans. The GATA exam for non-PCM consists of the following sections:
- English usage
- Analytical Reasoning
- Quantitative Aptitude
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