March 30, 2022

So, finally the DU JAT 2021 exam was conducted by Delhi University amidst all safety protocols. This was a busy day since the exam was in 2 shifts.

The first shift was scheduled for 12 pm to 2 pm while the Shift 2 began from 4 pm and ended at 6 pm.

Technical glitches were observed and reported by many students from both Shift 1 and 2.

*Our mentors, after discussion with students mentioned that the number of good attempts must be 70+ with 90% accuracy in the exam.*

We observed mixed reaction from students, however, they acclaimed that this year's JAT was the most difficult of all the joint admission tests taken until now.

Here we are enlisting some highlights of the DU JAT 2021 Analysis for you all:

- The questions were a bit on the tricky side.
- Unexpectedly, Current Affairs based questions nearly didn't exist in this exam.
- It was lengthy and thus needed time, which in turn hampered the total attempts of many students.
- Most of the students from Shift 1 mentioned that the Quant and GK were tough.
- However, Shift 2 students had different story.
- As we generally read, there are 100 questions and 4 sections, then 25 questions would be asked from each section. This wasn't true in today's case.
- The paper comprised mixed bag questions i.e. random number of questions from each section.
*(quite different this time, both for students and for their mentors!)*

We're updating the article with all the latest news that we are receiving from our students. We'll be sharing **DU JAT Expected 2021 Cut off** as well. Stay Tuned!

- As per our conversation with the students, we inferred that this section was lengthy.
- The answers were calculative and it took time for them to solve each question.

We have cumulated data for Shift 2 conducted today. We are trying to find the accurate information for Shift 1.

We'll update this information for you once it is collected. Follow the table below to know the topic-wise question distribution for Maths section:

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Permutation And Combination | 1 |

Determinants | 1 |

Series | 1 |

Matrices | 2 |

Probability | 2 |

Vectors | |

Functions | 2 |

Quadratic Equation | 1 |

Increasing Decreasing Functions | 1 |

DI | 1 set |

Maxima minima | 1 |

Limit | 1 |

Continuity | 1 |

Conic section | 2 |

Derivative /integration | 4-5 |

Area under curve | 1 |

Differential equation | 1/2 |

Ratio and Proportion | 1-2 |

Inequality | 2-3 |

Sets | 1 |

Geometry | 2 |

AP,HP,GP | 1 |

Logarithm | 2 |

Time, Speed, Distance | 1 |

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- The students got nervous while attempting English questions.
- They acclaimed it to be from moderate to difficult if we talk about the level of difficulty.
- Even though students knew vocabulary, they couldn't attempt most of the questions since they couldn't recall anything!
- Grammar was not a part of this year's paper which was a bit surprising for the students
- Even though the passages were short, the answers to them were very tricky.

Let us have a look at the table below and know the number of questions asked from each topic of the General English section (in Shift 2).

Topics |
Number of Questions [Shift-II] |

Reading Comprehension | 4-5 each |

Sentence Correction | 3 |

Idiom and phrases | 2 |

Spelling Correction | 2 |

Antonyms | 2 |

Synonyms | 1 |

- Reasoning was easy to moderate.
- The questions were doable.
- There were around 25+ questions asked in this section. Compared to the previous year, this section was dominating in the number of questions based comparison.
- Not just analytical reasoning, questions based on critical reasoning were also asked.
- Data sufficiency was dominating this section
*(same as the previous year papers)*

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Syllogism | 2/3 |

Series | 3/4 |

Coding and decoding | 1 |

Ranking | 2 |

Blood relations | 2/3 |

Directions | 2/3 |

Data sufficiency | 3 |

Data arrangement 1 set (classification DAs) | 1 |

Statement and arguments | 1 |

Statement and course of action | 1 |

Paragraph based critical reasoning | 3 |

Inequalities or comparison | 1/2 |

Missing numbers in figure | 1 |

Venn diagram | 1 |

Coding Based Questions | 2 |

Mathematical operations | 1 |

- Current Affairs usually usually was a dominating element for this section as compared to Static GK. However, this year to everyone's shock, CA was not asked.
- Static GK was dominant making it slightly difficult.

There were some expected questions in the Static GK section:

- What is G7?
- How many Indian Economists have received Noble Prize?
- Who calculates National income?

As per the analysis, the weightage of the quantitative aptitude section has increased this year. Almost 37-38 questions were asked in the quantitative section and more than 33 questions in the logical reasoning section were asked.

Let us now have a look at the table below to know the number of good attempts of each section of the DU JAT 2020 Paper. The overall exam was a moderate level of difficulty.

- This year, the number of questions from each section has changed. There were around 70 questions that have been asked from the quantitative and reasoning section.

Section |
No. of Questions |
Difficulty Level |

Quantitative Ability | 37-38 | Moderate-Difficult |

Reasoning and Analytical Ability | 33 | Difficult |

General English | 16-18 | Easy-Moderate |

Business and General Awareness | 10-12 | Easy-Moderate |

Total |
100 |
Moderate |

Here, we have provided subject-wise DU JAT Paper Analysis 2020 of the exam. Candidates can go through the topic-wise analysis for each subject to better under the number of good attempts of each topic.

Before starting the preparation, it is important for candidates to be aware of the complete **DU JAT Syllabus** and exam pattern. Check the table below to the number of questions asked from each topic.

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Permutation And Combination | 2 |

AP GP | 2 |

Limits | 2 |

Matrices | 1 |

Trigonometry | 1 |

Function And Graph | 8 |

Inequalities | 2 |

Coordinate Geometry | 2 |

Logarithm | 1 |

Geometry | 2 |

Time And Work | 2 |

Tsd | 2 |

Percentage | 2 |

SI CI | 1 |

Ratios | 2 |

Algebra | 3 |

Numbers | 3 |

Go through the table below to know the number of questions asked from each topic of the reasoning and analytical ability in the DU JAT Exam.

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Syllogism | 1 |

Visual reasoning | 3 |

Coding Based Questions | 2 |

Circular and Linear Arrangement | 8 |

Assertion Reason Type Question | 1 |

Series | 6 |

Directions & Relations | 1 |

Clock and calendar | 2 |

Odd man out | 4 |

Misc | 5 |

Let us have a look at the table below and know the number of questions asked from each topic of the General English section.

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Reading Comprehension | 5 |

Vocabulary based & Fill in the blanks | 9 |

Sentence rearrangement | 2 |

Grammar (voice) | 2 |

As per the experts, referring to the right **DU JAT Books** will help candidates to prepare all the topics as per the latest syllabus and exam pattern. Go through the DU JAT paper Analysis of Business and General Awareness of DU JAT 2020 from the table below.

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Static GK | 3 |

Current Affairs | 3 |

Functions of Banks | 5-6 |

Go through the table below to know the expected DU JAT Cut Off 2020

College Name |
Course Name |
Expected DU JAT 2020 Cut Off Marks |

Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies-[SSCBS] | BMS | 230-240 |

Deen Dayal Upadhyay | BMS | 200-210 |

Keshav Maha Vidayalaya | BMS | 200-210 |

Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies- [SSCBS] | BBA(FIA) | 230-240 |

The DU JAT 2019 exam was conducted as an online computer based test. The question paper consists of 100 questions for 400 marks. For every correct answer, students were awarded with 4 marks while 1 mark was deducted for every wrong answer. According to the DU JAT Analysis 2019, the overall exam was an easy to moderate level of difficulty.

Let us have a look at the section-wise detailed analysis of the DU JAT exam 2019 from the post below.

In this section, most of the questions were asked from coordinate geometry, set theory, sequence & series, probability, statistics, differentiation, trigonometry, equations & inequality. The difficulty of the section was moderate level. Check the table below to know the number of questions asked form each section.

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Geometry and Mensuration | 3 |

Trigonometry | 2 |

Coordinate Geometry | 3 |

Matrices | 2 |

Integration | 1 |

Functions | 3 |

Differentiation and its applications | 2 |

Time and work | 1 |

Vectors | 3 |

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As per the analysis, the questions asked from the reasoning section were easy. Most of the questions are from seating arrangement, coding-decoding, analogy, statement cause, and effect. In the second slot, there was only one question on the seating arrangement.

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Arrangement (circular, linear) | 6 |

Series | 1 |

Coding – decoding (1 set) | 4 |

Syllogism | 3 |

Reason-Assertion | 1 |

Analogy | 1 |

In this section, the questions are based on vocabulary, antonyms, spelling corrections, idioms, and phrases, and fill in the blanks. The questions were direct and fact-based. Students got enough time to work with other areas as there was only one passage for reading comprehension. The overall difficulty level of the section was easy.

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Reading Comprehension | 5 |

Spelling (Vocab) | 2 |

Synonyms, Antonyms (Vocab) | 5 |

Fill in the blanks | 4 |

Idioms, Phrasal verb | 2 |

Para-jumbles | 2 |

Grammar-based | 3 |

Sentence Correction | 3 |

Most of the questions are form current affairs and static GK. The questions are from sports, literature, science, economics, and history. Overall, this section was an easy difficulty level. Go through the table below to know the number of questions asked from each topic.

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Static GK | 16 |

Current Affairs | 9 |

As per the DU JAT 2018 Analysis, the questions were jumbled up from all the four sections: Quantitative Ability, General English, General Awareness, and Analytical & Logical Reasoning. The difficulty level of the exam was a moderate level. Check the section-wise difficulty level of the exam.

As per the analysis, the questions asked were a moderate level of difficulty. Here were the topic-wise questions from the quantitative section.

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Geometry and Mensuration | 4 |

Sequence and Series | 1 |

Probability and Permutation | 2 |

Trigonometry | 2 |

Coordinate Geometry | 1 |

Matrices | 2 |

Integration | 1 |

Functions | 2 |

Differentiation and its Applications | 4 |

Statistics | 1 |

Time and Work | 1 |

Series | 1 |

Vectors | 3 |

The questions were from topics like seating arrangement, analogy, coding-decoding, direction, and syllogism. The difficulty level of the exam was easy.

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Arrangement | 10 |

Comparison | 2 |

Series | 4 |

Coding – decoding | 2 |

Analogy | 3 |

Direction | 1 |

Syllogism | 1 |

Cube | 1 |

Most of the questions asked in the English section were very easy and there was only one passage that was based on history. The difficulty level of the English section was easy.

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Reading Comprehension | 5 |

Spelling (Vocab) | 4 |

Synonyms, Antonyms (Vocab) | 8 |

Fill-in-the-Blanks | 1 |

Idiom, Phrasal verb | 8 |

This section was considered an easy level of difficulty. Let us have a look at the table below to know the number of questions asked form each topic.

Topics |
Number of questions |

Static GK | 16 |

Current Affairs | 9 |

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the DU JAT Exam difficult?

As per the previous year question patterns and analysis by the experts, the DU JAT Exam has a moderate level difficulty. Hard work, revision and consistent practice of Question Papers can help you easily succeed in the exam. And you should also go through the DU JAT Syllabus in detail and try to finish the complete syllabus on time.

How many sections are there in DU JAT Syllabus 2021?

There are a total of four sections in DU JAT 2021 Syllabus and that includes quantitative ability, general English, reasoning & analytical ability, and Business & general awareness.

How can I improve my accuracy in the DU JAT exam?

You can easily improve your speed and accuracy by solving as many sample papers as possible. Practicing mock tests would definitely improve your time management skills and problem-solving techniques. So, it is advisable for candidates to solve mock tests on a daily basis.

Which topic from the English section contains the maximum questions?

The English section contains maximum questions from topics like fill in the blanks, Idioms, and Phrases, spotting errors, Error Correction (Underlined Part), Substitution, Spelling Test, Error Correction (Phrase in Bold), etc.

How can I better prepare for the DU JAT Exam 2021?

Following the expert tips will definitely help you to prepare better for the DU JAT Exam 2021. Begin your preparation by studying from the right books which cover all the concepts and topics according to the latest exam pattern and make sure you are aware of the detailed Paper pattern and latest Syllabus of the DU JAT Exam before starting your preparation. Taking up Mock Tests regularly and solving DU JAT Sample Papers helps to test your preparation and improve your speed and managing time.

Updated On : March 30, 2022

So, finally the DU JAT 2021 exam was conducted by Delhi University amidst all safety protocols. This was a busy day since the exam was in 2 shifts.

The first shift was scheduled for 12 pm to 2 pm while the Shift 2 began from 4 pm and ended at 6 pm.

Technical glitches were observed and reported by many students from both Shift 1 and 2.

*Our mentors, after discussion with students mentioned that the number of good attempts must be 70+ with 90% accuracy in the exam.*

We observed mixed reaction from students, however, they acclaimed that this year's JAT was the most difficult of all the joint admission tests taken until now.

Here we are enlisting some highlights of the DU JAT 2021 Analysis for you all:

- The questions were a bit on the tricky side.
- Unexpectedly, Current Affairs based questions nearly didn't exist in this exam.
- It was lengthy and thus needed time, which in turn hampered the total attempts of many students.
- Most of the students from Shift 1 mentioned that the Quant and GK were tough.
- However, Shift 2 students had different story.
- As we generally read, there are 100 questions and 4 sections, then 25 questions would be asked from each section. This wasn't true in today's case.
- The paper comprised mixed bag questions i.e. random number of questions from each section.
*(quite different this time, both for students and for their mentors!)*

We're updating the article with all the latest news that we are receiving from our students. We'll be sharing **DU JAT Expected 2021 Cut off** as well. Stay Tuned!

- As per our conversation with the students, we inferred that this section was lengthy.
- The answers were calculative and it took time for them to solve each question.

We have cumulated data for Shift 2 conducted today. We are trying to find the accurate information for Shift 1.

We'll update this information for you once it is collected. Follow the table below to know the topic-wise question distribution for Maths section:

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Permutation And Combination | 1 |

Determinants | 1 |

Series | 1 |

Matrices | 2 |

Probability | 2 |

Vectors | |

Functions | 2 |

Quadratic Equation | 1 |

Increasing Decreasing Functions | 1 |

DI | 1 set |

Maxima minima | 1 |

Limit | 1 |

Continuity | 1 |

Conic section | 2 |

Derivative /integration | 4-5 |

Area under curve | 1 |

Differential equation | 1/2 |

Ratio and Proportion | 1-2 |

Inequality | 2-3 |

Sets | 1 |

Geometry | 2 |

AP,HP,GP | 1 |

Logarithm | 2 |

Time, Speed, Distance | 1 |

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- The students got nervous while attempting English questions.
- They acclaimed it to be from moderate to difficult if we talk about the level of difficulty.
- Even though students knew vocabulary, they couldn't attempt most of the questions since they couldn't recall anything!
- Grammar was not a part of this year's paper which was a bit surprising for the students
- Even though the passages were short, the answers to them were very tricky.

Let us have a look at the table below and know the number of questions asked from each topic of the General English section (in Shift 2).

Topics |
Number of Questions [Shift-II] |

Reading Comprehension | 4-5 each |

Sentence Correction | 3 |

Idiom and phrases | 2 |

Spelling Correction | 2 |

Antonyms | 2 |

Synonyms | 1 |

- Reasoning was easy to moderate.
- The questions were doable.
- There were around 25+ questions asked in this section. Compared to the previous year, this section was dominating in the number of questions based comparison.
- Not just analytical reasoning, questions based on critical reasoning were also asked.
- Data sufficiency was dominating this section
*(same as the previous year papers)*

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Syllogism | 2/3 |

Series | 3/4 |

Coding and decoding | 1 |

Ranking | 2 |

Blood relations | 2/3 |

Directions | 2/3 |

Data sufficiency | 3 |

Data arrangement 1 set (classification DAs) | 1 |

Statement and arguments | 1 |

Statement and course of action | 1 |

Paragraph based critical reasoning | 3 |

Inequalities or comparison | 1/2 |

Missing numbers in figure | 1 |

Venn diagram | 1 |

Coding Based Questions | 2 |

Mathematical operations | 1 |

- Current Affairs usually usually was a dominating element for this section as compared to Static GK. However, this year to everyone's shock, CA was not asked.
- Static GK was dominant making it slightly difficult.

There were some expected questions in the Static GK section:

- What is G7?
- How many Indian Economists have received Noble Prize?
- Who calculates National income?

As per the analysis, the weightage of the quantitative aptitude section has increased this year. Almost 37-38 questions were asked in the quantitative section and more than 33 questions in the logical reasoning section were asked.

Let us now have a look at the table below to know the number of good attempts of each section of the DU JAT 2020 Paper. The overall exam was a moderate level of difficulty.

- This year, the number of questions from each section has changed. There were around 70 questions that have been asked from the quantitative and reasoning section.

Section |
No. of Questions |
Difficulty Level |

Quantitative Ability | 37-38 | Moderate-Difficult |

Reasoning and Analytical Ability | 33 | Difficult |

General English | 16-18 | Easy-Moderate |

Business and General Awareness | 10-12 | Easy-Moderate |

Total |
100 |
Moderate |

Here, we have provided subject-wise DU JAT Paper Analysis 2020 of the exam. Candidates can go through the topic-wise analysis for each subject to better under the number of good attempts of each topic.

Before starting the preparation, it is important for candidates to be aware of the complete **DU JAT Syllabus** and exam pattern. Check the table below to the number of questions asked from each topic.

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Permutation And Combination | 2 |

AP GP | 2 |

Limits | 2 |

Matrices | 1 |

Trigonometry | 1 |

Function And Graph | 8 |

Inequalities | 2 |

Coordinate Geometry | 2 |

Logarithm | 1 |

Geometry | 2 |

Time And Work | 2 |

Tsd | 2 |

Percentage | 2 |

SI CI | 1 |

Ratios | 2 |

Algebra | 3 |

Numbers | 3 |

Go through the table below to know the number of questions asked from each topic of the reasoning and analytical ability in the DU JAT Exam.

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Syllogism | 1 |

Visual reasoning | 3 |

Coding Based Questions | 2 |

Circular and Linear Arrangement | 8 |

Assertion Reason Type Question | 1 |

Series | 6 |

Directions & Relations | 1 |

Clock and calendar | 2 |

Odd man out | 4 |

Misc | 5 |

Let us have a look at the table below and know the number of questions asked from each topic of the General English section.

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Reading Comprehension | 5 |

Vocabulary based & Fill in the blanks | 9 |

Sentence rearrangement | 2 |

Grammar (voice) | 2 |

As per the experts, referring to the right **DU JAT Books** will help candidates to prepare all the topics as per the latest syllabus and exam pattern. Go through the DU JAT paper Analysis of Business and General Awareness of DU JAT 2020 from the table below.

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Static GK | 3 |

Current Affairs | 3 |

Functions of Banks | 5-6 |

Go through the table below to know the expected DU JAT Cut Off 2020

College Name |
Course Name |
Expected DU JAT 2020 Cut Off Marks |

Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies-[SSCBS] | BMS | 230-240 |

Deen Dayal Upadhyay | BMS | 200-210 |

Keshav Maha Vidayalaya | BMS | 200-210 |

Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies- [SSCBS] | BBA(FIA) | 230-240 |

The DU JAT 2019 exam was conducted as an online computer based test. The question paper consists of 100 questions for 400 marks. For every correct answer, students were awarded with 4 marks while 1 mark was deducted for every wrong answer. According to the DU JAT Analysis 2019, the overall exam was an easy to moderate level of difficulty.

Let us have a look at the section-wise detailed analysis of the DU JAT exam 2019 from the post below.

In this section, most of the questions were asked from coordinate geometry, set theory, sequence & series, probability, statistics, differentiation, trigonometry, equations & inequality. The difficulty of the section was moderate level. Check the table below to know the number of questions asked form each section.

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Geometry and Mensuration | 3 |

Trigonometry | 2 |

Coordinate Geometry | 3 |

Matrices | 2 |

Integration | 1 |

Functions | 3 |

Differentiation and its applications | 2 |

Time and work | 1 |

Vectors | 3 |

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As per the analysis, the questions asked from the reasoning section were easy. Most of the questions are from seating arrangement, coding-decoding, analogy, statement cause, and effect. In the second slot, there was only one question on the seating arrangement.

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Arrangement (circular, linear) | 6 |

Series | 1 |

Coding – decoding (1 set) | 4 |

Syllogism | 3 |

Reason-Assertion | 1 |

Analogy | 1 |

In this section, the questions are based on vocabulary, antonyms, spelling corrections, idioms, and phrases, and fill in the blanks. The questions were direct and fact-based. Students got enough time to work with other areas as there was only one passage for reading comprehension. The overall difficulty level of the section was easy.

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Reading Comprehension | 5 |

Spelling (Vocab) | 2 |

Synonyms, Antonyms (Vocab) | 5 |

Fill in the blanks | 4 |

Idioms, Phrasal verb | 2 |

Para-jumbles | 2 |

Grammar-based | 3 |

Sentence Correction | 3 |

Most of the questions are form current affairs and static GK. The questions are from sports, literature, science, economics, and history. Overall, this section was an easy difficulty level. Go through the table below to know the number of questions asked from each topic.

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Static GK | 16 |

Current Affairs | 9 |

As per the DU JAT 2018 Analysis, the questions were jumbled up from all the four sections: Quantitative Ability, General English, General Awareness, and Analytical & Logical Reasoning. The difficulty level of the exam was a moderate level. Check the section-wise difficulty level of the exam.

As per the analysis, the questions asked were a moderate level of difficulty. Here were the topic-wise questions from the quantitative section.

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Geometry and Mensuration | 4 |

Sequence and Series | 1 |

Probability and Permutation | 2 |

Trigonometry | 2 |

Coordinate Geometry | 1 |

Matrices | 2 |

Integration | 1 |

Functions | 2 |

Differentiation and its Applications | 4 |

Statistics | 1 |

Time and Work | 1 |

Series | 1 |

Vectors | 3 |

The questions were from topics like seating arrangement, analogy, coding-decoding, direction, and syllogism. The difficulty level of the exam was easy.

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Arrangement | 10 |

Comparison | 2 |

Series | 4 |

Coding – decoding | 2 |

Analogy | 3 |

Direction | 1 |

Syllogism | 1 |

Cube | 1 |

Most of the questions asked in the English section were very easy and there was only one passage that was based on history. The difficulty level of the English section was easy.

Topics |
Number of Questions |

Reading Comprehension | 5 |

Spelling (Vocab) | 4 |

Synonyms, Antonyms (Vocab) | 8 |

Fill-in-the-Blanks | 1 |

Idiom, Phrasal verb | 8 |

This section was considered an easy level of difficulty. Let us have a look at the table below to know the number of questions asked form each topic.

Topics |
Number of questions |

Static GK | 16 |

Current Affairs | 9 |

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the DU JAT Exam difficult?

As per the previous year question patterns and analysis by the experts, the DU JAT Exam has a moderate level difficulty. Hard work, revision and consistent practice of Question Papers can help you easily succeed in the exam. And you should also go through the DU JAT Syllabus in detail and try to finish the complete syllabus on time.

How many sections are there in DU JAT Syllabus 2021?

There are a total of four sections in DU JAT 2021 Syllabus and that includes quantitative ability, general English, reasoning & analytical ability, and Business & general awareness.

How can I improve my accuracy in the DU JAT exam?

You can easily improve your speed and accuracy by solving as many sample papers as possible. Practicing mock tests would definitely improve your time management skills and problem-solving techniques. So, it is advisable for candidates to solve mock tests on a daily basis.

Which topic from the English section contains the maximum questions?

The English section contains maximum questions from topics like fill in the blanks, Idioms, and Phrases, spotting errors, Error Correction (Underlined Part), Substitution, Spelling Test, Error Correction (Phrase in Bold), etc.

How can I better prepare for the DU JAT Exam 2021?

Following the expert tips will definitely help you to prepare better for the DU JAT Exam 2021. Begin your preparation by studying from the right books which cover all the concepts and topics according to the latest exam pattern and make sure you are aware of the detailed Paper pattern and latest Syllabus of the DU JAT Exam before starting your preparation. Taking up Mock Tests regularly and solving DU JAT Sample Papers helps to test your preparation and improve your speed and managing time.