Ashoka Aptitude Test Syllabus 2022: Download Subject/Section wise Syllabus PDF

Ashoka Aptitude Test 2022

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Updated on Jun 17, 2022 13:35 IST

The syllabus for the Ashoka Aptitude Test is based on four sections according to the entrance exam pattern. While the test is divided into four sections, the syllabus is made accordingly and students have to prepare to the Ashoka Aptitude Test pattern and marking scheme. The AAT consists of a number of sections and its total duration is 90 minutes.

The AAT consists of 75 questions and is constructed as such that there are 25 questions each on Logical Reasoning, Verbal Aptitude, followed by 20 questions on Quantitative Aptitude and 5 questions on Data Interpretation. The syllabus for the Ashoka Aptitude Test is as follows:

Logical Reasoning

Verbal Aptitude

Quantitative or Numerical Aptitude

Data Interpretation

Logical Reasoning

The logical reasoning section aims at testifying the reasoning skills of the candidate. The topics in this section may vary from Family Relationships, Sequencing and Arrangements (Linear, Circular or Matrix), Coding and Decoding, Cubes, Selection Criteria, Input-Output, Directions, Syllogism, Comparatives, Series and more.

Verbal Aptitude

The section on Verbal Aptitude includes several questions on Grammar, Vocabulary and Sentence Usage on a broader level. The questions may be based on Synonyms and Antonyms, Analogies, Para Jumbles, Sentence Correction, Spotting Errors, Usage of Idioms and Phrasal Verbs, Critical Reasoning, and more.

Quantitative Aptitude

The section on Quantitative Aptitude mainly includes questions on the Number System, Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Basic Trigonometry, Statistics, Coordinate Geometry and Mensuration. The questions on Arithmetic may be broadly based on Percentages, Simple and Compound Interest, Averages, Ratios and Proportions, Distance and Speed, Time and Work, and Profit, Loss, and Discounts. The questions on Algebra may be on Polynomials, Linear-quadratic Equations and Arithmetic Progressions. Geometry would mainly focus on Triangles, Circles and Constructions. Trigonometry would include Trigonometric Ratios and Identities, Heights, and Distances. Coordinate Geometry would include topics like the Distance between two points, Mid-points and Gradients. Mensuration would largely cover Area and Perimeter of Plane Figures, Surface Area, Volume of simple 3D objects, etc. The level of the questions in the Quantitative Aptitude section would broadly correspond to the concepts, formulae and topics taught and studied by candidates until Grade X across different examination boards in India.

Data Interpretation

The section on Data Interpretation would include certain diagrammatical representations based on which questions would be asked. These diagrammatical representations may include Bar Graphs, Line Graphs, Pie Charts, Tables and Charts with relevant data provided. The candidate would be required to inspect and analyse the given data to reach certain conclusions and select appropriate choices to answer the questions.

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