IPMAT 2016 Admit Card available from May 4; test on May 13
IIM Indore has released the admit card of IPMAT 2016 on May 4 for the candidates who have registered for the test. IPMAT 2016 will be conducted on May 13 in paper-pencil based mode. Students must download their admit cards before the test and present the same at the test venue.
Click here to download the IPMAT 2016 Admit Card
Integrated Programme in Management (IPM) is a five-year regular and full-time academic programme offered by Indian Institute of Management Indore. The registration process for the test started from March 16 and ended after a month-long window on April 16. Candidates can download the IPMAT 2016 Admit Card by visiting the website, clicking on the IPM Admit Card tab and entering the requisite details along with a password. The candidates must preserve the Admit Card as it is an important identification document to be used in both exam and counselling.
The IPMAT 2016 Admit Card will have the following details,
Exam date and Time
Venue of the exam
Photo and signature
Other exam related information
IPMAT 2016 Exam Pattern
The IPM Aptitude Test (IPMAT 2016) will be of multiple choice objectiveâtype test.
The exam will be held in a paper pencil based format.
IPMAT 2016 will have 2 types of broad sections, namely Quantitative Ability and Verbal Ability.
The total number of questions will be 100, which are to be completed within 2 hours of duration.
4 marks will be awarded for each correct answer and for each wrong answer; there will be negative marking of 1 mark.
The exam is of total 400 marks.
Within the test, the Quantitative Ability section will carry higher weight-age than that of the Verbal Ability section. 60% weight will be given to the Quantitative Ability (QA) section, 40% weight will be given to the Verbal Ability (VA) section. It is likely that the results will be announced in the last week of May 2016.
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Best books for IPMAT PREPARATION
Students who are appear for the IPMAT 2020 exam should have an idea of the best books for IPMAT. To clear this exam, one must have knowledge of books to which they refer to while preparing is important.
To prepare effectively for IPMAT, you can refer to the books mentioned below:-
- Quantitative aptitude for Competitive exam by R.S. AGGARWAL
- Class XI and XII Mathematics by R.D. Sharma
- Better English by Norman Lewis
- Word power Made Easy by Norwan Lewis
- English Grammar and Composition by Wren and Martin
As a 11th grader, Should I be focusing on studying for IPMAT from now? If yes, Which books should I refer to?
The competition is increasing day by day in everything. So it's better to start preparing as soon as possible. If you will start now you will be having ample of time to practice the syllabus and questions that will give you an edge over your competitor.
There are many books available, but for Quantitative aptitude you can read QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE BY RS AGARWAL or RD SHARMA CLASS 11 &12th.
For verbal ability you can read Norman Lewis English Vocabulary or read newspapers, online articles, etc.
All the very best
Hi I have been shortlisted for for ipm iim indore and they have asked me to send a 3min video answering questions given by them, will there be any further interview or was it a substitute for interview and any Idea when will I able to know that I have been selected for the course
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it's quite difficult at this point of time to call students for the personal interview. So IIM Indore for their IPM program has replaced the interview part with this video message in which students are required to send their videos answering the question asked. The selection of students will be done on the basis of this instead of the Personal Interview.
Hope that helps
Im in 11th standard and in class 10th igotta 5cgpa so Am i eligible for ipmat? and i have also quota
The minimum eligibility criteria for appearing in IPMAT is as follows:
For General candidates:
Students must have secured 60% marks in HSC and SSC
For SC/ST/PwD Candidates:
Students must have secured 55% marks in HSC and SSC
Your percentage is 47.5. So, you are not eligible for appearing in IPMAT. You can get more details about IPMAT eligibility criteria at this link: https://bschool.careers360.com/articles/ipmat-eligibility-criteria
Hey! I secured 87% in class 10th Boards Examination and 72% in class 12th Boards Examination with science as my subject, Ive given IPMAT the two days ago, is there any chance of mine getting short listed for the next stage as per the norms of last years selection process followed by IIM Indore ?
Itt totally depends upon your score , ealier it was all depended upon 10th and 12th grades but as the growth takes place , more importance given to competitive exams, personal interviews, group discussions.
Dont worry if you were prepared, given exam properly than it will be all ok and you will get selected In next round.
All the best.