IBSAT 2018 Exam Pattern – IBSAT stands as a common name for ICFAI Business Studies Aptitude Test; it’s an entrance test for direct admission in MBA Courses at 9 campuses across India. It’s a national level exam for judging students in following aspects Quantitative technique, Data interpretation, Date adequacy, Vocabulary, Analytical reasoning & Reading comprehension. There would be total 120-125 questions all would be multiple choice questions. The best part of IBSAT Exam from student’s side is that the exam is “FREE From NEGATIVE Markings” and is Computer Based Test. Here testing would be done analytically reasoning reading comprehension, data interpretation, adequacy etc were around 5 options would be provided student is supposed to choose one of the best possible answers from his side, ambiguity type of answers from students side would not be entertained. The exam would be conducted in the 15-day time slot including holidays like Sunday and other officials.
IBSAT has specially specified the question and paper division, it is mentioned below as follow
Paper Pattern of IBSAT 2018 Exam
|Section||Number of Questions|
|Data Adequacy & Data Interpretation||25|
IBSAT Test Duration: Strictly 2 hrs
IBSAT Exam Mode: Computer Based Test
Paper type: MCQ’s
No of Question: 125
Negative marking is not followed in the exam, but still, it is expected from student’s side that they don’t tick more than one answer.
No marks would be provided for questions not attempted. Students are supposed to be present before 30 minutes of commencement of exam with their proof of identity may be the aadhar card, ration card etc.
Those students who will qualify the exam will need to then go through Group discussion & Personal Interviews and then only one final list would be shortlisted for admitting students.
IBSAT 2018 Syllabus
IBSAT Syllabus 2018 will be available soon on the official website of IBSAT by the concerned authorities. The Syllabus of IBSAT consists of four subjects – Quantitative Ability, English Usage, Reading Comprehension, Data Interpretation & Sufficiency.