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IIFT 2020 Analysis by Bulls Eye - Indian Institute of Foreign Trade conducted the national-level MBA entrance called IIFT 2020 on December 1, 2019. It was conducted in a total of 41 cities at 86 test centres in Computer-Based mode from 10 AM to 12 PM. In this article, Careers360 will present the experts take in the form of IIFT analysis 2020 by Hit Bullseye, one of the prominent MBA coaching institutes. The experts at Bulls Eye analysed the exam to provide information related to overall and sectional difficulty level, expected cutoffs for each section and their opinion of IIFT. As per the IIFT 2020 analysis by Bulls Eye, the quantitative ability section was difficult and in the data analytics section, the selection of questions was important. According to IIFT 2020 Analysis by Bulls Eye, reading comprehension was easier as compared to last year and factual questions were asked. Vocabulary was tough as the words that were asked were moderate to tough. As compared to last year, general knowledge was tough. With the help of IIFT 2209 analysis by Bulls Eye, candidates will be able to estimate their score much before the announcement of the actual result. Check all the details of IIFT exam analysis 2020 by Bullseye.Latest: IIFT 2020 Selection Process: IIFT has released the list of shortlisted candidates for second round of admission on December 23, 2019. Candidates can also check the IIFT 2020 cutoff.
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IIFT 2020 Analysis by Bulls Eye
IIFT 2020 analysis by Bulls Eye has been released section wise. The analysis included the expected cut-off and the summary of the entrance examination regarding the types of questions and their difficulty level. Since the IIFT 2020 was held on December 1, 2019, the analysis for the same has been released by Bulls Eye.
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According to the IIFT 2020 analysis by Bulls Eye, the experts have mentioned the minimum qualifying marks which the candidates are required to achieve so that they can qualify for the next round of selection.
The expected overall score at which one can expect a call from IIFT will be around 105 – 115 marks. Remember, you need to clear the individual sectional cut-offs as well. However, the cutoffs are calculated keeping in mind that the format of the paper has been changed to computer based.
Section I: Quantitative Reasoning
Evaluation: This section was difficult this time. Overall it was dominated by Arithmetic, Geometry and Mensuration. Geometry and Mensuration included questions on Triangles, Coordinate and Height and Distance. In Arithmetic section questions on percentages were easy but lengthy. This time there was a question on installment and escalators as well. Questions on clock and Venn diagram were easy and direct. This time there were a couple of questions from algebra. So overall it was difficult as it had only few direct questions.
Section II: - Reading Comprehension & Verbal Ability
RC & VA
Evaluation: The RCs were easy to medium in difficulty level and were shorter in length as compared to last year. There were four passages with 4 questions each. A student could have easily solved two-three passages in the given time. The RC section was dominated by factual questions.The Verbal Ability portion of the exam had an extremely strong emphasis on Vocabulary. One crossword vocabulary based question was also there. There were four analogies based questions and 3 idiom/phrase based questions. As mentioned vocabulary was a very dominant part of this section and the words given belonged to moderate to tough category making the attempt tricky. Grammar was comparatively easier this year with 2 grammar fill in the blanks questions related to preposition and 1 sentence correction based question. There were 3 Para jumble questions and they were of easy to moderate difficulty level.
Section III: - Data Interpretation & LR
DI & AR/LR
Evaluation: This section was of moderate level and DI was slightly easier than last year as the graphs and tables were easy to interpret, but it was calculation intensive. Two sets were graph based and two sets were table based. Table based graph on Delhi/Mumbai (style based S1 S2 S3 S4) was easy. In the LR section circular based block was difficult while input output set was comparatively easier. There was also a 3 set Venn diagram which was of moderate level.
Section IV: General AwarenessEvaluation: The General Awareness section had questions from various topics and tested the candidate across all areas. There was a fair mix of current and static GK. As expected this year also GK was tough. The expected attempt is low.
Disclaimer: All the above given information is based on personal opinion of Bulls Eye Expert faculty. Several factors have been considered before giving these cut-offs however, It has nothing to do with original cut-offs.
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You need atleast more than 105+ marks to get a good percentile and almost 138 to secure a call from any good college taking part in IIFT entrance test.you will have around 40 percentile according to previous year trends which is very low.
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