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DU JAT 2022 Books: Reference Books with Authors, Exam Pattern, Tips to Study

Created On - February 05 2022 by Nistha Sethi

DU JAT 2022 is only a few months away. For each competitive test, there are several publications available on the market. However, choosing the correct collection of books is critical. This page contains all of the information on the books that a candidate should read in order to prepare for the DU JAT 2022 test. General English, Verbal & Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Ability, and General Knowledge are the four sections of the DU JAT test. Before you begin your preparations, it is critical that you select publications that are both educational and exact. R.S. Aggarwal, Wren & Martin, and Arun Sharma's books contain topic-by-topic descriptions as well as PYQ answers, according to experts.

DU JAT 2021 Exam Pattern

Before moving forward, candidates should be aware of the following DU JAT Exam Pattern.
Mode of Exam
Center-based online test

Number of sections

  1. General English
  2. Quantitative Aptitude
  3. General Awareness
  4. Analytical & Logical Reasoning

Exam Duration

120 Minutes 

Number of Questions

100 questions 

Nature of Questions

Multiple types of questions (MCQs)

Marking scheme

+4 for the correct answer

-1 for the wrong answer

DU JAT 2022 General English Books

Candidates must establish the habit of reading newspapers, journals, and magazines on a regular basis. This might be advantageous in RC passages. Take a look at the following books:

  • Ajay Singh's How to Prepare for Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension
  • Wren & Martin's High School English Grammar and Composition Book
  • Norman Lewis's Word Power Made Simple
  • R.S. Aggarwal's A Modern Approach to Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning

DU JAT 2022 Quantitative Aptitude Books

The books listed below are widely regarded as the top QA-DI study guides. Experts recommend studying these books since they feature a variety of problems ranging from simple to moderate to challenging.

  • Arun Sharma explains how to prepare for data interpretation.
  • Nishit K. Sinha's Data Interpretation for the CAT
  • R.S. Aggarwal's Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Exams
  • Abhijit Guha's Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Exams

DU JAT 2022 Analytical & Logical Reasoning Books

Syllogism, Coding, Arrangements, Blood Relationship, Cubes, Syllogism, and other topics are covered in the Logical Reasoning section. The best books to prepare for the DU JAT Logical Reasoning section are listed below.

  • Nishit K. Sinha's logical reasoning and data interpretation
  • R.S. Aggarwal's A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning
  • R S Agarwal's Verbal Reasoning Book

DU JAT 2021 General Knowledge Books

Because there is no limit, this portion is regarded to be exceptionally large. Students have just one option: to prepare as many topics as possible. Your current affairs section will progressively improve as you become accustomed to reading newspapers.

  • 2022 Manorama Yearbook
  • Question Bank for GK
  • Newspapers such as The Hindu, Financial Express, Hindu Business Line, Wall Street Journal, Competition Success Review, Times of India, Economic Times, and others have published articles on this topic.

The best outcomes will come from a concentrated study with appropriate study materials. It's a waste of time to have too much study material. Begin with reading daily newspapers such as "The Hindu" and "Times of India."

DU JAT 2022 Tips to Study

We've included some additional advice for applicants to assist them succeed in the test. This will assist you in effectively and quickly preparing.

  • It's critical to find out which areas should be tackled in order. To optimise the score, sectional efficiency is critical.
  • Sections in which the candidate is given the command should be given the utmost attention. General knowledge and current events are usually included in this section.
  • The mathematical aptitude and logical reasoning areas should be approached with caution, as efficiency is a key need in these two sections.
  • Without generating a panic scenario, the preparation should be done with a cool and calm mind.
  • Confidence is a catalyst for success in the test, and the best approach to build confidence is to prepare thoroughly.
  • The student must determine the format of commonly asked questions from previous year's question papers and circle the essential areas to study as a result.
    Re-visiting is Crucial: If you've written down important topics and thoughts, make a point of revisiting them.
  • Previous Year's Question Papers: Look at at least three or four PYSPs and try to comprehend them.
  • This activity will assist you in understanding the pattern of questions, particularly in the GK portion, and you will be able to revise the relevant points based on their weightage.
  • Understanding previous year's question papers is the most effective way to identify weak areas and work on them.
  • The greatest thing you can do is take as many mock tests as possible. Answering as many mock exams as possible can assist you to simulate exam-like settings and determine how well you will perform on exam day.
  • Furthermore, by improving your sense of time management and efficiency, performing mock exams can help you conquer your anxiety of exam day and better prepare you to confront exam day challenges.
  • Prior to the examination, set aside time for each section. However, depending on the level of complexity of the paper, one should stay flexible.



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