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SP Jain Global BBA: entrance in India

SP Jain BBA students
Bangalore, (India): S P Jain will conduct an Entrance Test for the Global BBA program on Sunday, May 25, 2014 in Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Indore, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kolkata, Mumbai and Pune from 10.00 am – 11.00 am.


The test venue addresses and timing will be available on the hall ticket. The hall ticket can only be generated once a student has registered for the test and made the payment by credit card as per the timelines given below.

The Entrance test conducted by S P Jain is intended to test a student's IQ, mathematical ability, logic and reasoning capacity, and general awareness. The paper would be divided into different sections based on these areas. The test is for a duration of 1 hour. The format of the test may change from time to time but the testing would be on the mentioned parameters. The Entrance test will be a paper based test. There is negative marking - different questions may have a different scale of negative marking, and this would be taken into account while calculating a student's score. We do not have sectional cut offs, we expect the overall score to meet our cut off.

For applying to the BBA program, it is highly recommended that students submit the online application to the MGB program before taking the test (if not applied already). The link to apply online is http://www.spjain.org/bba/apply_online.aspx.


Payment

A student can pay the fees by means of Credit Card only (has to be an international Visa or Master card). The fees payable would be USD 45. We will not be accepting payments by any other mode.

Registering for the exam
In order to proceed further and take a venue slot, it is essential that a student have made the payment as the Pin no (after completion of payment by credit card students will receive a PIN no) is a student's ID for registering for the exam. Without this a student will not be able to register.

A student can register anytime starting May 6, 2014 until May 22, 2014 (till 5.00 pm)

Booking a center and genrating a hall ticket


Starting May 23, 2014 (5.00 pm) a student is required to once again visit our website, and book the venue for the exam. Only those students whose payments have been received will be able to do so and generate the hall ticket. A copy of this needs to be carried to the venue of the exam.


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