Pearl Academy Exam Pattern 2020: Authorities predefine the exam pattern of Pearl Academy 2020. Pearl Academy 2020 exam pattern involves the types of questions, number of questions, exam duration and marking scheme. Pearl Academy entrance exam includes two stages- Written Admission Test- General Proficiency Test (GPT) & Design Aptitude Test (DAT) and Personal Interview. Pearl Academy exam 2020 for first session was conducted on January 11 while second session will be held on April 18. Admissions will be given to eligible candidates across four campuses that are located in Mumbai, Delhi NCR East, Delhi NCR West and Jaipur. They will be given admission on the basis of candidates’ performance in Pearl Academy entrance exam 2020. Candidates are advised to prepare the question paper according to the Pearl Academy 2020 exam pattern and syllabus. Candidate can check all the information about Pearl Academy Exam pattern 2020 such as the total number of sections, marking scheme and questions, etc.Latest - Pearl Academy 2020 result announced on January 22, 2020. The shortlisted candidates can pay the fee till April 3. Pearl application form for April session is now available on the official website.
Pearl Academy exam pattern 2020 will be held in online mode by Pearl Academy of Fashion for admission cycles- January, April, May, June and July. The written test includes two stages. Candidates can check complete details about the exam pattern of pearl Academy 2020 below:
Stage 1- Written Admission Test GPT and DAT
GPT: General Proficiency Test, commonly known as GPT, will be conducted for one hour. Candidates will be evaluated on various parameters such as Quantitative Ability, Data Interpretation, Basic Mathematics, Logical Reasoning, English language, etc.
DAT: The next exam is the Design Aptitude Test (DAT), and candidates will be given two hours to complete it. Their aptitude for the power of observation & imagination, communication skills, sensitivity to the environment, creativity, drawing and design ability, etc. will be assessed from this test.
MAT: Media Aptitude Test (MAT) assesses a media school candidate's aptitude for creative thinking, visual expression, command over language and power of observation.
Stage 2- Personal Interview
Candidates will have to appear for a personal interview (PI) at the particular exam centre/ personal interview centre after the selection rounds i.e., GPT and DAT. This will also involve a portfolio evaluation/ material managing skill test. The details will be mentioned on their admit card. Aspiring candidates can download Pearl Academy sample papers in order to understand the Pearl Academy exam pattern 2020 in a better manner.
The shortlisting criteria/entrance exam to secure admission in Pearl Academy 2020 courses are mentioned in the table below:
UG Design Courses
General Proficiency Test (GPT)
Design Aptitude Test (DAT)
Personal Interview Round
Communication Design (Interaction/Graphics/Animation & VFX)
Fashion Styling & Image Design
Interior & Spatial Design (Interior Architecture / Interior Design)
Fashion Media Communication
Product & Lifestyle Design
UG Business Courses
Media & Communication (Journalism / Entertainment)
Fashion & Lifestyle Business Management
Global Luxury Brands Management
Advertising & Marketing
PG & Professional Courses: Design Stream
Design (Fashion and Textiles)
Interior Design & Styling (PGIDS)
Fashion Styling & Image Design (PGFSID)
Communication Design (PGCD)
Fashion Communication (PGFC)
PG & Professional Courses: Business Stream
Media & Communication (Journalism / Entertainment/ Brand Management)
Fashion Business (Marketing and Merchandising)
Design (Fashion & Textiles)
Statement of Purpose, Portfolio Evaluation & Personal Interview
Evaluation of Statement of Purpose & Personal Interview
Type of Exam/Shortlisting Criteria
UG Diploma Courses
Personal Interview only
Fashion Women’s Wear
No, there is no predefined order to in answer the questions.
Pearl Academy’s career advisor team will be happy to guide you on the courses which would be appropriate and good for you. Please get in touch with our career advisor team at Toll-Free No. 1800 103 3005 to fix an appointment.
Partial payment is not accepted. There are two semesters in a year and candidates have pay full semester fee as per the deadlines specified in the admission letter.
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The Pearl Academy has Colleges in India in these places mentioned below :
As of November 2019 the institution has six centres in India:
1. Delhi NCR West, the academy's oldest campus, located at Naraina.
2. Delhi NCR East which is located in Noida sector 59.
3. Pearl Academy Jaipur, located at Kukas.
4. In Mumbai located in Andheri.
Also ,Kolkata and Bangalore campus will start to function from 2020.
So there is no Campus in Hyderabad still now.
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The application forms for Pearl Academy were already released for the January Phase and the entrance examination took place on 11th January, 2020. Although, the application forms for April phase will be out on 12th April, 2020 and the entrance examination will take place on 18th April, 2020. I suggest you to keep a check on their official website. Good luck.
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if you are talking about to change exam center for government exams then their must be a certain date duration date for doing this. So you can change if the date is available to edit your application.By the way change you can change your exam center by editing your application form online.
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