http://www.econdse.org This site gives the details.

The test can be taken up by economics students or non economic students who have taken up mathematics or statistics. Because i have a copy of the paper, i thought i will pen down the various topics covered in option B of the test.

The 2003 paper included

*Euclidean matric-convergence*

*Functions-mapping*

*Vectors-linear dependence*

*Matrices-idempotent, symmetric*

*Joint density function- marginal pdf, interpretation*

*Probability-advanced(obviously)*

*Hypothesis testing*

*Maximum likelihod ratio estimate*

*Sequence-convergence*

I did my undergraduation in Economics so i dont understand much of math, i have written what i felt was important. Hope it proves helpful to those who are taking up the test.

## 13 comments:

thanx alex.....i had asked you about this earlier...thanks for the help

hi alex, i did my bachelors from M.G univ., Ker, whose syllabus apparently seems to hv been very shallow. i had written the test for econs with specialisation in world econ. (JNU)n i had no clue about the stuff they asked...mathematical appln of engel curve and pareto optimality is unheard of round here...am i alone in this or did most ppl find it this way? and what about the DSE paper...is it gonna b pretty much the same case? i really dont wnna waste money on air fare..so lemme knw. danke.

Well,

Sorry to tell you DSE is more mathematical than JNU so you have to prepare by looking into its past question papers and working out similar problems. Most students from south india will find it difficult because we are not accustomed to such questions.

Alex

so.....does tht mean u r nt writin the test?

Well pj,

I was suppposed to write this year's entrance tests but i suffered an accident. I can only take up the test next year.

knw netin abt miranda house n lady sri ram cllg? a couple of ppl told me tht they r gd...but i dunno...i knw dse,jnu,ig n isi r da best but hw do the places i mentioned figure? ne idea wt the placements r like?

oh, n hope u hv a speedy recovery.

Alex,

My relative cleared igidr written test and attending the interview. do you have any info on P I? where can she find it.

thanks

chunari

hi alex,i'm doing my second year in Loyola.would like to know how much i can do with the sort of stuff they teach here.think you can give a perfect answer,being an alumni.also, i haven't done maths in my +2 and haven't taken up the Econometrics and Maths papers they offer in 2nd year.so please tell what i must do for the entrance tests.how to prepare?

thanks.....anoop raj

anoop raj

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Hey!

I'm doing my second year B.Sc. Statistics. I have studied maths till last year. Can you please suggest some reference books for the maths we need for the DSE entrance? Thanks a lot!

Paroma

if you are not good in mathematical economics then don't go for D' School..coz unfortunately you got admitted in DSE..every year 80 students out of 210 students fail coz of mathematics..and less creative thinking ..its fact..

sm1 fail in DSE exam and next year he admitted in ISI Delhi and got highest marks and not yet ..if you want to do

PHD for research..getting 2 rec. letrs s like winning millions in super lotto..

Soumitra Bera.....

Banaras Hindu University.

if you are not good in mathematical economics then don't go for D' School..coz unfortunately you got admitted in DSE..every year 80 students out of 210 students fail coz of mathematics..and less creative thinking ..its fact..

sm1 fail in DSE exam and next year he admitted in ISI Delhi and got highest marks and not yet ..if you want to do

PHD for research..getting 2 rec. letrs s like winning millions in super lotto..

in the form for dse.what does it mean when it says at the top of the form saying tick either option A or option B.what does these options mean?

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