Decision making is a critical area in the XAT exam. In Decision Making, a situation in the form of a case study is presented. Generally, the student is provided a situation in which multiple courses of action arise of a particular action, and you are supposed to identify the appropriate course of action from the available options. Majority of the time, the questions pose ethical dilemma faced in one’s personal life, management - human resource, marketing, administrations etc. You can view these questions as a combination of critical reasoning and reading comprehension questions. There has been an increase in the number of questions in the Decision Making Section which clearly points to the fact that students need to master this area and score well.
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