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The Madras School of Economics (MSE) is conducting its MA Economics Entrance Exam on 2nd June 2024. If you’re gearing up for this exam, here’s everything you need to know, including the paper pattern and some valuable tips and tricks to help you succeed.


Exam Paper Pattern

The entrance exam is divided into two parts: Part-A and Part-B.


Part-A (Compulsory)

Total Marks: 60

Duration: 120 minutes (2 hours)

Topics and Questions:

Basic Mathematics & Statistics: 30 questions

Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning: 15 questions

Language & Reading Comprehension: 15 questions

Total Questions: 60

Part-B (Choose between two streams)

Mathematics/Statistics Stream


Total Marks: 40

Topics and Questions:

Advanced Mathematics: 20 questions

Advanced Statistics: 20 questions

Total Questions: 40


Economics Stream

Total Marks: 40

Topics and Questions:

Microeconomics: 10 questions

Macroeconomics: 10 questions

Indian Economy & Related Topics: 20 questions

Total Questions: 40


Additional Notes

All questions are multiple-choice with four options.

Each correct answer awards one mark.

The exam will be conducted online.

All tests will be in English.

The Part-B questions are at the undergraduate level for Economics and Mathematics/Statistics streams.

For a detailed syllabus, you can check the official link: MA Entrance Test Pattern & Syllabus 2024.

Tips and Tricks for Success

  • Understand the Exam Structure: Familiarize yourself with the pattern and types of questions in both parts of the exam.


  • Focus on Basics:Ensure a solid understanding of basic mathematics and statistics. Practice simple problems daily to enhance your skills.


  • Hone Your Data Interpretation Skills:Work on interpreting data accurately and quickly. Use graphs, charts, and tables from previous exams for practice.


  • Strengthen Logical Reasoning:Logical reasoning questions can be tricky. Practice different types of logical puzzles and problems regularly.


  • Improve Language and Reading Comprehension:Regularly read articles, journals, and books to improve your comprehension skills. Practice summarizing paragraphs and identifying key points.


  • Stay Updated on Current Affairs:

Focus on current affairs, especially topics related to the Indian economy, NITI Aayog, and Minimum Support Price (MSP). Regularly read newspapers and economic journals.


  • Revise Undergraduate Syllabus: If you choose the Economics stream for Part-B, thoroughly revise your undergraduate courses in microeconomics, macroeconomics, and Indian economy.


  • Mock Tests: Take regular mock tests to get accustomed to the online exam format and manage your time effectively during the actual exam.


  • Stay Calm and Positive:A calm mind works best under pressure. Practice relaxation techniques and maintain a positive attitude.

Preparing for the Madras School of Economics MA Economics Entrance Exam requires a strategic approach. Focus on the basics, stay updated with current affairs, and practice regularly to improve your skills. With the right preparation, you can ace the exam and secure a spot at one of the top economics institutes.


Good luck to all the aspirants! Stay focused, stay determined, and give it your best shot!

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