The JSAT is a Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQ) test. It has 120 questions and needs to be completed in 120 minutes. It is divided into three sections:
- English Verbal Ability (40 Questions) [Sample Question Paper]
- Logical Reasoning (40 Questions) [Sample Question Paper]
- Quantitative Skills (40 Questions) [Sample Question Paper]
JGU accepts valid SAT and ACT scores, Applicants who have not taken any of these tests will need to complete the JSAT.
For more information, and to sign-up and schedule your JSAT Examination – https://home.pearsonvue.com/jsat.aspx
If an applicant is unable to take the JSAT before the last date or misses their Faculty Interview without rescheduling, they may be re-considered in the next round of applications by applying to reactivate their application.
- The JSAT is not a traditional competitive examination. It is an assessment test for us to understand your performance level now. It is not a test that you necessarily need coaching or extensive preparation though we do recommend that you complete the sample questions we have provided in order to understand the format.
- Each programme gives different weightages to different sections for a final total. Applicants must receive a 55% weighted score to be considered for admission. For more information about weightages, please ask your admissions counsellor.
- There are no negative marks for wrong answers.
- Pearson’s fees for exam appointment and for evaluation of the result is Rs. 950, and it is payable by credit card only.
- Candidates must carry their original government photo ID proof such as Voter ID, PAN Card, Aadhar Card, Driving License or Passport along with the Admit Card/print out of confirmation email of exam appointment.