IIFT Exam Analysis 2018 - Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), the conducting body, will conduct the IIFT 2018 exam on December 2, 2018 across the 20 test centres in India. The institute conducts the national level exam for admission to its MBA programmes at Delhi, Kolkata and Kakinada campuses. The IIFT admit card 2018 will be available for download from November 16, 2018, onwards. Candidates were able to register for the entrance exam from August 6, 2018 onwards, and up to September 24, 2018. The exam is scheduled to be held in pen and paper mode.
After the IIFT 2018 exam will be conducted on December 2, 2018, various coaching institutes and experts will conduct an analysis of IIFT 2018 exam. Generally the IIFT 2018 exam analysis is done right after the exam is conducted. It is with the help of IIFT exam analysis that future IIFT aspirants get an idea about how the national level exam is conducted, its exam structure and assess the difficulty level of the exam.
Here in this article, we bring to you the IIFT exam analysis 2018 that will be updated after the exam is conducted. Till then we bring to you the previous year’s IIFT exam analysis:
According to the exam analysis of IIFT 2017 exam, the difficulty level of IIFT 2017 exam was tough. Compared to 2016, there were 6 sections against 4 last year. The overall IIFT exam structure was different; the total number of questions decreased to 114 from 123 as seen in 2016. In terms of format, the GK & Verbal Ability section was different; for instance, a few questions were asked with descriptions given first and then asking questions related to the descriptions. IIFT aspirants could expect a range of 35-40 as a good IIFT score to make it into the coveted B-school.
The IIFT 2016 exam was conducted in paper-pen mode in 20 test-cities across India. As per several test takers, the Data Interpretation was easier than the Logical Reasoning part. They could attempt lesser questions in the LR sub section. The RC section was easier compared to last year, while in the Verbal section; many found vocabulary usage questions tough to answer. Candidates could not go beyond 7 questions in the VA section of VARC. Quant was the easiest section of the complete exam, while the GK section was considered toughest of all.
For now, IIFT aspirants can go through the above analysis and prepare accordingly. The IIFT 2018 exam analysis article will be updated when the exam is conducted.
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