Jindal Scholastic Aptitude Test (JSAT)

The JSAT is a Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQ) test. It has 120 questions and needs to be completed in 120 minutes. There are no negative marks for wrong answers. It is divided into three sections:

  1. English Verbal Ability (40 Questions) [Sample Question Paper]
  2. Logical Reasoning (40 Questions) [Sample Question Paper]
  3. Quantitative Skills (40 Questions) [Sample Question Paper]

JGU accepts the SAT, ACT, and LSAT-India for all Undergraduate Programmes excepting 5-Year Law [Only LSAT-India] and B. Arch [NATA and JEE]. BBA (Hons.) and 5 year Integrated BBA (Hons.) – MBA also accepts the UGAT-2019 Examination. Applicants who have not taken any of these tests will need to complete the JSAT.

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 about weightages, please ask your admissions counsellor.

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.