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IIFT 2020 Analysis by Career Launcher - Experts from Career launcher will provide 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 will also provide the possible cutoff, sectional difficulty level of the exam and if there was any ambiguity in the question paper. IIFT 2020 will tentatively be conducted in the first week of December. 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.Latest: IIFT admit card 2020 to be available soon. IIFT 2020 to be held on December 1, 2019.
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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:
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)
The section wise analysis of IIFT 2020 will mention the overall difficulty level of the entrance exam as well as the marking scheme and the total number of questions that are asked.
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The verbal ability section includes questions related to match the column, word roots, improvement of sentence, spot the error. The questions in this section are normally predictable but sometimes they can be difficult if not practised well. IIFT 2020 Analysis by Career Launcher - Verbal Ability (VA) or English Usage will be provided after the conclusion of the exam.
Number of questions
Level of Difficulty
Fill in the Blanks (2 blanks)
Match the Column
Para Jumbled (4 sentences)
Spot the Error
Reading comprehension requires the candidates to go through the passage and draw inferences from it while answering the questions. In order to do well in this section, candidates must develop good reading habits as well as enhance the ability to comprehend the passage. This will enable the candidates to answer the questions in less time. The IIFT 2020 analysis by Career Launcher for reading comprehension will let the candidates know what are type of questions that were asked in the entrance exam and what was the difficulty level for the same. The passages from which the questions can be asked are mentioned below in the table:
Topic of the passage
Passage 1: Culture
Passage 2: Public Intellectuals
Passage 3: Information Flow
Passage 4: Liberal Arts Foundation
Passage 5: GDP
Not many questions are likely to be asked in the data interpretation section. While answering questions in this section, candidates must focus on accuracy rather than trying to attempt all the questions. According to IIFT 2020 analysis by Career Launcher for data interpretation, candidates should try to answer the questions correctly as it will help them to meet the requisite cutoff.
Candidates can check IIFT exam analysis of 2019 and get an idea about the type of questions that were asked and what was the difficulty level and marking scheme for the same.
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 3: Information flow
Passage 4: Liberal Arts Education
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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Yes you are eligible for both the exams as for XLRI Jamshedpur there is no minimum requirement of marks for appearing in the exam and for the Indian Institute of foreign trade, cutoff marks are 50% in any graduation for general category students.
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see in information brochure there is nothing mention about extra timing facility for pwd candidates. the admission will be followed by written test of 12 minutes, WAT, gd, AND PERSONAL INTERVIEW ROUNDS. i WOULD SUGGEST YOU TO CONTACT WITH THE EXAM CONTROLLING AUTHORITY REGARDING THIS.
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Manage your time accordingly in the exam. That's where a bit of competition ends as people get confused about how to progress. For this you'll need to solve lots of mock exams to be thorough with the habit. Quant is slightly higher than CAT with the focus on geometry, modern math, compared to basic arithmetic. GK is a separate section and it is focused on business awareness with a sprinkling of static and general GK questions.
Coming to the books part, then solve 50 gears papers a book by Ajay Singh and TK SINHA. For verbal ability and reading comprehension section,
Word Power Made Easy’
– by Norman Lewis and ‘
Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension for the CAT’
- by Nishit K Sinha.
To check the exam pattern and other details regarding to IIFT exam, refer to our website..
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reservation in government vacancy is for obc-ncl category. you will not get reservation for obc and if you provide wrong documents there is chances for cancellation of your application.
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No you can't change the exam center after successfully submitted the form. But you can email the respective authority stating your problem.
IIFT Bhawan, B-21,
Qutab Institutional Area,
New Delhi - 110016 ,
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