TISS 2008 Analysis

Overview:

TISS 2008 exam did not throw in any surprises. It was clearly communicated to the candidates that the question paper will consist of two parts. Part I was divided into three sections: Quantitative Ability & Analytical Reasoning, Verbal Ability and Awareness of Contemporary Social Issues for which the candidates were given an hour to attempt. There was no negative marking and each question had four options to choose from.

Part II of the TISS exam was programme specific. The question paper was objective /descriptive on the basis of the programme(s) that the candidate had applied for. The duration to attempt Part II was one hour. TISS gives 50-50 weightage to both Part I and Part II of the examination for all the programmes except Elementary Education where the weightage is 35-65.

Section

Number Of Questions

Time Taken (minutes)

Possible Attempts

Quantitative Ability & Analytical Reasoning

20

25- 30

12

Verbal Ability

20

20

14

Awareness of Social Issues

10

10

5

Total

50

60

31


Disclaimer: Our expert faculty who have attempted the TISS paper decide this attempts/cut-offs. These may not be the actual cut-offs of TISS 2008. These are calculations based on our experience and expertise. Continue reading

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