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IIFT 2020 Analysis by Career Launcher - Experts from Career launcher provided IIFT 2020 analysis after the conclusion of the exam. In IIFT 2020 analysis by Career Launcher, candidates will get to know all about the difficulty level of the entrance exam. By going through the analysis of IIFT 2020 which is provided by Career Launcher, candidates will also get to know what were the type of questions that were asked in the entrance exam. IIFT 2020 analysis by Career Launcher also provided the possible cutoff, sectional difficulty level of the exam and if there was any ambiguity in the question paper. IIFT 2020 was conducted on December 1, 2019. IIFT entrance test is conducted for admission to the MBA program of IIFT. To know all the details about analysis of IIFT 2020 by Career Launcher, read the full article that is given below. Admit card was available on official website.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 Cutoff 2020.
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Before checking IIFT analysis by Career Launcher, it is important to know the exam pattern. There are likely to be six sections from which the questions will be asked. Let us take a look at the exam pattern of IIFT 2020 in the table given below:
IIFT Exam Pattern 2020
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Total Number of Questions
Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension
General Knowledge & Current Affairs
Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning
With IIFT 2020 going online for the first time, the exam, as expected, became easy. In fact, it was easier than the IIFT paper of the last two years. Overall, the VARC section was easy and the RCs were not as lengthy as it used to be in the paper-based format of the exam.
In LRDI, there was a good contrast as the DI questions were easy while the LR sets were difficult. QA, as always, was a lengthy section and an attempt of 10-12 questions in this section would have been a good attempt.
The Quantitative Aptitude section of IIFT 2020 was lengthy as always and your performance in this section depended on how much time you decide to spend on this section. If you gave yourself about 25 minutes for this section then around 10 questions with an 80% accuracy was possible, and if 35 minutes were spent on QA then around 12-13 questions with a similar accuracy were possible.
Good Attempt - 10 - 12 questions
Cutoff ~ 28 - 30 marks
Overall As of now, it seems that a score of 120+ would be the cutoff score for IIFT 2020. As we gathered more data on your attempts, our AI-driven prediction engines will be able to give you a more accurate cutoff.
The Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension section was an easy section this year. The 35 questions in this section comprised 16 questions on RCs and the remaining 19 questions from the various topics of Verbal Ability.
A good way to attempt the paper would have been to attempt all the 16 questions on RCs. All of these questions should have been solved as they were easy, just like IIFT RC questions usually are. Most of these questions were factual in nature. When it comes to Verbal Ability, around 8 - 10 questions could have been solved easily without many challenges.
The 2 - 3 questions on Grammar were easy to the extent of being sitters. The 2 Fill in the blanks questions and the questions on ParaJumbles were also easy.
Good Attempts - 25+ questions
Cutoff ~ 30 marks
This section in IIFT 2020 was moderate to difficult in terms of the level of difficulty. This section represented a dichotomous nature. While the Data Interpretation questions were extremely easy, the Logical Reasoning questions were extremely difficult.
In Data Interpretation, out of the 4 sets, 3 were easily doable. In Logical Reasoning, the sets on circular arrangement and mirror were slightly tricky and were better left alone. The set on set theory and the missing number were of easy-moderate level of difficulty. The input-output type questions also seemed to be easy.
If the section has to be seen in terms of the number of attempts then from Logical Reasoning around 4-5 questions and in Data Interpretation around 8 - 9 questions were extremely good attempts.
This means an overall attempt of about 12 - 14 questions would have been a good attempt.
Good Attempts - 12 - 14 questions
Cutoff ~ 36 marks
Total Number of Questions
Marks per question
Negative Marks per question
Data Interpretation (DI)
Logical Reasoning (LR)
Reading Comprehension (RC)
Verbal Ability (VA)
Quantitative Aptitude (QA)
Name of the Section
Number of Questions
As per the analysis by Career Launcher, the verbal ability section was tough. For the second consecutive year, questions from word jumble appeared which were not easy to identify. There were some vague questions of etymological origin. The word matching and analogy questions were weird. As per the experts of Career Launcher, the questions seemed more of like GK questions. However, questions like fill in the blanks, para jumbles, and grammar based were easy to attempt. Refer the detailed breakup below:
Number of Questions
Fill in the blanks (2 blanks)
Spot the error
Match the column
As per the experts of Career Launcher, this section was verbose and students could attempt 10-12 questions in half an hour. Previous year also, this section gave more weightage to modern maths and geometry.
P&C, Probability and set theory
Geometry and Mensuration
This section included five passages. Among five passages, four passages had three questions whereas, one had four questions. Majority of the passages were covered from academic sources. Questions were not easy and direct. Candidates having good reading skills could tackle it easily.
Passage 1: Culture
Passage 2: Public Intellectuals
Passage 3: Information flow
Passage 4: Liberal Arts Education
Passage 5: GDP
This section was easy compared to the previous year with 6-8 doable questions. Attempting 8 questions with 50% accuracy was good to sail through.
Business and Economy
Moderate to difficult
As per the experts this section was time consuming except the questions of Matrix sets and circular arrangement. Attempt of 10-11 questions with 85% accuracy was considered good.
This section included questions with intensive calculations. As per the expert’s attempt of 4-5 was considered good. Whereas, if a student attempted 2-3 with 100% accuracy could sail through cutoff of IIFT.
Number of questions
Marks per question
35.50 (general category)
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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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