JMET paper had 150 questions in total and was of 2 hours in duration. All question carried 1 marks and there was negative marking of 25 % for each wrong answer. Each question had 4 options to select the correct answer from . The paper was divided into 4 section on English usage, Reasoning, Quantitative ability and Data Interpretation. Data Interpretation section had 30 question in it and the remmaining sections had 40 questions each.

ENGLISH : Out of the 40 questions in total 15 questions were based on RC and remaining 25 on language usage. There were 5 passages in total and there were 2 to 4 question on each passage. The remaining 25 questions were based on Antonym/Synonym ( 5 questions) , Analogies ( 5 questions) , Grammar (5 questions) and remaining were on Fill in the blanks, jumbled sentences, grammar, spelling etc.

REASONING : Questions were based on Analytical reasoning ( 10 questions), Critical Reasoning ( 10 questions) , logical reasoning ( 10 questions), Jumbled paragraph ( 5 questions) and the remaining questions were on Mathematical reasoning and Data sufficiency. The section was of moderate level of difficulty.

QUANTITATIVE ABILITY : As it has always been QA section gave more importance to higher maths. Most of the questions were in sets with very few individual questions.
There were question based on Linear equations ( 8 questions) , Permutation and combination (6 questions) , Geometry ( 4 questions), Maxima and Minima ( 4 questions) , Functions ( 4 questions) , Time distance & speed and races ( 4 questions ) Exchange rates ( 3 questions) , Number system ( 3 questions ) and the remaining question were on ratio , Compound interest, matrices, number system , depreciation etc.

DATA INTERPRETATION : There were 5 caselets in this section with each section having 6 questions in it. Two caselets were based on tabular form of data one was based on data of production cost and sales value and the other one was based on production and consumption of a commodity. Third caselet was based on Venn Diagram on advertising cost and the number of readers of a certain newspaper. Fourth caselet was based on combination of Table and bar graph which was based on data of transactions of a shop. Fifth caselet was based on a Table and a graph on data based on a business scenario.

JMET - 9th Dec 2007 : EXPECTED CUT OFF BY UrPercentile.com :

To get a rank of 150 you need a score of 70 +
To get a rank of 500 you need a score of 65 +
To get a rank of 750 you need a score of 60 +
To get a rank of 1000 you need a score of 58 +
To get a rank of 1500 you need a score of 55 +
To get a rank of 2000 you need a score of 51 +

A) Rank 150 and better can expect call from all the IITs
B) Rank 500 can expect 5 calls out of 7 institutes listed below.
B) Rank 750 can expect 4 calls out of the 7 institutes listed below.
C) Rank 1000 can expect 3 calls out of the 7 institutes listed below.
C) Rank 1500 can expect 2 calls out of the 7 institutes listed below.
D) Rank 2000 can expect at least 1 call out of the 7 institutes
listed below.

OUR PREFERENCE FOR INSTITUTES (accepting JMET) IS AS FOLLOWS :
1) Vinod Gupta School Of Mgmt., IIT Kharagpur
2) Indian Institute Of Technology, IIT New Delhi
3) Shailesh J Mehta School Of Mgmt. (IIT) , Mumbai
4) Indian Institute Of Technology, Kanpur
5) Indian Institute Of Technology, Roorkee
6) Indian Institute Of Technology, Madras
7) IISc , Banglore