IIFT EXAM DETAILED ANALYSIS: QUANTS
Arithmetic played an important role again here as almost 40 to 50 %of the paper consists of Arithmetic section.
Algebra and Geometry carried the next greater weightages and had maximum probability of occurrence.Number system and Modern Maths spiked a good number of questions.
Good attempts could have been around 12 to 14 questions with good accuracy.
IIFT EXAM DETAILED ANALYSIS: VERBAL ABILITY
Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension
|Spot the Error||0||2||0||2||0|
|Match the column||0||2||0||0||0|
Reading Comprehension attracted 16 questions, analogy had 0 to 2 questions. Parajumbles and spot the error questions were asked in 0 to 2 numbers. Grammar tested 3 to 5 questions. Jumbled word 0 to 3 and Match the column had 0 to 2 questions. Vocabulary had 4 to 8 questions. Sentence improvement had 0 to 3 questions. Idioms 3 to 4, FIB had 2 to 4 questions.
Total questions asked in this section was 35 to 36.
Good no of attempts could have been between 15 to 20 questions with good accuracy.
IIFT EXAM DETAILED ANALYSIS: DILR
Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning
|Bar Graph & Line Graph||7||12||5||10||8|
|Blood Relation & Data Arrangement||4||0||2||4||1|
Bar Graph, Line Graph and Tables based questions were between 7 to 10 in numbers. Blood relation and Data arrangement based questions were between 7 to 10 in numbers. Set Theory, Direction and Selection based questions were between 0 to 2 in numbers. Syllogism based questions were between 0 to 2 in numbers.
Machine Input- Output based questions were between 2 to 4 in numbers. Distribution and Matrix based questions were between 4 to 7 in numbers. Missing no series based questions were between 1 to 2 in numbers
Total questions were around 30 to 40 in numbers.
Good no. of attempts with a great accuracy could have been between 18 to 20 questions.
IIFT EXAM DETAILED ANALYSIS: GA
|Business and Economy||0||10||6||7||11|
Current Affairs based questions were between 2 to 5 in numbers. Business and Economy based questions were between 6 to 10 in numbers. Brands and Miscellaneous based questions were between 2 to 6 in numbers. Geography and History based questions were between 1 to 4 in numbers. Science and Sports based questions were between 0 to 2 in numbers. Static and Books based questions were between 1 to 15 in numbers.
Total no of questions were around 20 to 25.
Good no. of attempts could have been 15 to 20 questions with good accuracy.
LAST 5 YEARS SECTIONAL CUT-OFFs
|QUANTS||9-10||3 – 3.25||3.55||6.25||6.25|
|DILR||–||5 – 5.75||5.5||7.25||7.25|
|VARC||–||3.25 – 3.5||4.5||6.5||6.5|
|GA||3.5 – 4.5||0.83- 1||0.83 – 1||2 – 2.5||2 – 3|
Some Pro- tips to ace the exam:
- Try to analyse your mocks well and be thorough with your basic concepts.
- Don’t over attempt as every section carries negative marks.
- Its important to clear the sectional cut-offs as well as overall cut-offs.
- Try to get good knowledge on latest happenings, Business GK and about Economy as far as GA section is concerned.
- Practice good amount of RC, and Verbal questions to increase your speed and accuracy.
- Try good DILR sets and increase your speed and accuracy with each increasing question.
- Practice as much as possible questions in Quants and try to strengthen your strong areas and avoid wasting more time on weaker topics.
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