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Preparing for the MA Economics 2024 entrance test at Madras School of Economics (MSE)? Look no further! In this guide, we’ll provide you with all the essential details regarding the entrance test pattern, syllabus, marking scheme, and even a link to sample questions to help you ace your exam with confidence.


  1. Entrance Test Pattern:

The entrance test consists of two parts, each focusing on different aspects of economics, mathematics, and statistics. Here’s a breakdown:

   – Total number of parts: Two

   – Total number of questions: 100 (Part-A: 60, Part-B: 40)

   – Test duration: 120 minutes (2 hours)


  1. Coverage of Topics and Number of Questions:
  2. a) Part-A (Compulsory):

      – Basic Mathematics & Statistics: 30 questions

      – Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning: 15 questions

      – Language & Reading Comprehension: 15 questions

      – Total: 60 questions

  1. b) Part-B (Choose between Mathematics/Statistics Stream and Economics Stream):

      – Mathematics/Statistics Stream: Advanced Mathematics (20 questions), Advanced Statistics (20 questions) – Total: 40 questions

      – Economics Stream: Microeconomics (10 questions), Macroeconomics (10 questions), Indian Economy & Related Topics (20 questions) – Total: 40 questions


  1. Marking Scheme:

   – All questions are Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) with four options.

   – One mark for each correct answer.

   – The examination will be conducted online.

   – All tests will be in English.


  1. Syllabus:
  2. a) Syllabus for Part-A:

      – Similar to standard aptitude tests such as CAT, MAT, XAT, etc.

      – Includes basic mathematics & statistics, data interpretation & logical reasoning, and reading comprehension.

      – Topics covered under each subsection are listed in detail.

  1. b) Syllabus for Part-B:

      – Detailed syllabus provided for Mathematics/Statistics Stream and Economics Stream.

      – Includes differential calculus, integral calculus, algebra, real analysis, complex analysis, probability, random variables, statistical inference, microeconomics, macroeconomics, and various aspects of the Indian economy.


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  1. Sample Questions:

For a better understanding of the test format and question types, access our sample questions for the MA Economics 2024 entrance test in the link below. Practicing with these samples will help you familiarize yourself with the exam structure and boost your confidence on test day.


MA Economics 2024 Sample Questions:

With this comprehensive guide, you’re now equipped with all the necessary information to excel in the MA Economics 2024 entrance test at Madras School of Economics. Make sure to review the syllabus thoroughly, practice sample questions, and manage your time effectively during the exam. Good luck on your journey to pursuing an advanced degree in economics!

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