The mock test mimics the IBSAT 2023 exam which will be held on 23rd and 24th December 2023.
There are 4 sections with total 140 questions and total time as 120 minutes.
The sectional breakup is – VA (50), RC (30), QA (30) & DA/DI (30).
You are allowed to toggle between sections and free to answer in any order you wish.
Each question carries 1 mark and there are no negative marks.
Each question has 5 options and you need to click on the correct radio button.
You are only provided with the individual and overall score immediately after you click on ‘Submit’ along with the answer key. There is no percentile calculated for the mock test.
Some TIPS FROMMBA RENDEZVOUS when you attempt the IBSAT Mock Test:
Stay true to yourself.
Mimic an exam-like scenario with no disturbance and distraction.
Do not try to copy-paste the questions for further reference since any kind of editing features are disabled on the page.
Keep a rough page handy and do not use any calculator or phone.
The questions under the QA section need a thorough understanding of concepts in mathematics. Some questions can be calculation intensive.
The questions under the VA section should not take more than 15-18 minutes if you have a strong vocabulary.
The RC passages vary between 200 to 500 words and cater to popular and common topics.
The questions under DA are mostly based on QA concepts.
The DI sets require lots of mental calculations.
Note down your score as there is no way to retrieve the data later.
It may be that the difficulty level of the actual IBSAT 2023 exam is different (higher or lower) from the given IBSAT official mock test. This is provided for students to assess their preparation and get an idea about how the exam could be.