IBSAT 2022 Analysis
IBSAT 2022 is to be held in the fourth week of December 2022. IBSAT is a national-level entrance test conducted for admission to ICFAI Business School (IBS). IBS offers MBA/PGDM programmes across its nine campuses. Thousands of management aspirants appear for IBSAT annually. Here is the detailed section-wise analysis of IBSAT 2022: Read More..
IBSAT 2021 Analysis
IBSAT is a national-level MBA entrance test conducted by ICFAI Business School for admission to nine campuses of the institute. Over 25,000 candidates appear for the exam every year with a hope to enrol in the relevant MBA/PGDM programs. IBSAT is usually held in the month of December and the result in out in January. Read More..
IBSAT 2020 Analysis
IBSAT 2020 was conducted on December 26 and December 27, 2020, by ICFAI Business School, Hyderabad in a home proctored internet-based test format. The examination conducted was in lines with the IBSAT 2019. The overall difficulty level of the exam was from easy to moderate. The exam was conducted in 2 hours where candidates attempted 140 questions divided into four sections –Reading Comprehension, Verbal Ability, Quantitative Aptitude and Data Adequacy & Data Interpretation. Read More..
IBSAT 2019 Analysis
IBSAT 2019 was almost similar to last year’s paper as there were no surprises. As expected Verbal and RC section were easy while Quant and DI were easy to moderate. Overall feel of the paper was moderate. Read More..
IBSAT 2018 Analysis
IBSAT 2018 was similar to last year’s paper, there were no surprises. As expected Verbal and RC section was easy while Quant and DI were moderate. Overall feel of the paper was moderate. Read More..
IBSAT 2017 Analysis
IBSAT had 140 questions to be completed in 2 hours, distributed across 4 sections. There was no sectional cut-off and no sectional time limit in this exam. Each question carried 1 mark. Read More..
IBSAT 2016 Analysis
IBSAT is a national-level online test which is conducted by ICFAI Foundation (Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India). The exam is held for getting admission into MBA or PGPM Programs offered by the top-most IBS Business Schools. The overall difficulty level of IBSAT 2016 was moderate. Read More..
IBSAT 2015 Analysis
IBSAT has 140 questions to be completed in 2 hours, distributed across 4 sections. There is no sectional cut-off and no sectional time limit in this exam. Each question carries 1 mark. Read More..
IBSAT 2014 Analysis
IBSAT (ICFAI Business School Aptitude Test) is the gateway to the nine IBS campuses in Hyderabad, Ahmadabad, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Gurgaon, Kolkata, Pune, Dehradun and Jaipur. IBSAT is a computer-based test conducted during a 16-day window from December 15 - 30 across 100 centers in India. Read More..
IBSAT 2013 Analysis
IBSAT 2013 was a online computer based MBA entrance test which was conducted across India by the ICFAI Foundation. The examination tests the candidate’s ability in data interpretation, quantitative techniques, analytical reasoning, data adequacy, comprehension & vocabulary. It was a comprehensive multiple choice question (MCQ) examination of two hours duration. A major share in the examination was consumed by Vocabulary (English) and Reading Comprehension with more than fifty percent questions and the rest is divided among the other four. Read More..
IBSAT 2012 Analysis
IBSAT 2012 is a computer based test unlike paper based that used to come earlier. The test is based on applicant's ability in quantitative techniques, data interpretation, Vocabulary analytical reasoning & reading comprehension. The number of questions and marking scheme were exactly the same. The difficulty level of the paper was again easy to moderate. Overall the feel of the paper was easy and doable. Read More..
IBSAT 2011 Analysis
IBSAT 2011 was of 125 questions and the major thrust was on verbal ability which included 75 questions including both English usage and reading comprehension. The paper could be termed as a moderate one with few difficult questions and time has always been a challenge to crack IBSAT. One should solve 90+ questions with 90% accuracy, however as there was no negative marking all the questions should be attempted and marked. Read More..
IBSAT 2010 Analysis
IBSAT is the first step to get an admission to B Schools like ICFAI, Hyderabad, Pune and other institutes of high repute. IBSAT 2010 was of 125 questions and verbal ability was the major section with 75 questions. The paper was of moderate difficult. Read More..