IBSAT Exam Preparation

IBSAT Registration: July 01, 2022 - 3rd week of Dec 2022

IBSAT Exam Preparation – 10 Days Remaining – 15 Things to Keep in Mind

Neil Patel

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IBSAT 2022 exam will be conducted in, December, 2022 at 95 test centres all over India. The last date for applying for IBSAT 2022 is December 2022. The IBSAT 2022 results will be declared in 1st week of  January 2022. The IBSAT 2022 score can be used to apply for the MBA and PGPM programmes offered by ICFAI Business School (IBS):

Programme Offered

IBS Campus

Two-Year MBA

 Hyderabad, Dehradun and Jaipur

Two-Year PGPM

Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Gurgaon, Kolkata, Mumbai and Pune

With just ten days remaining for the IBSAT 2022 exam here are FIFTEEN important things to keep in mind:

  1. There are four sections in the IBSAT 2022 exam pattern.

  2. The IBSAT 2022 exam sections are - Verbal Ability (50), Reading Comprehension (30), Quantitative Aptitude (30), and Data Adequacy & Data Interpretation (30).

  3. There are 140 questions in all.

  4. The maximum time allotted is 2 hours or 120 minutes.

  5. Every correct answer will give +1 mark.

  6. There is NO NEGATIVE marking.

  7. Sectional jump is allowed.

  8. There is no sectional time – limit.

  9. There will be no sectional cutoff.

  10. Write IBSAT Mock Tests available on the official website. Currently there are three online mock exams.

  11. Start with the section that is the strongest.

  12. Devise your strategy. Practice writing the mocks the way you would write the actual IBSAT 2022 exam. After the IBSAT 2022 admit card is released, make sure you write at least two to three mock tests during your actual exam slot time.

  13. Time yourself while attempting questions during practice tests. Skip any question that takes more than a minute.

  14. Go through all important formulae and short cut tricks that help in mental calculations.

  15. Attempt all questions. Make an educated guess in case you get stuck in any question(s).

The overall difficulty level of the IBSAT exam is medium. Consistent practice and clear fundamentals can help you crack the exam easily. All the best!

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