Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) is popular for its postgraduate diploma in foreign trade. The institute conducts an objective exam named IIFT, for which the notification has been released in September. The exam serves as the first screening criteria for admissions to the International Business Program (2022-24).
All the three campuses have different cut offs with Delhi having the highest cut off, followed by Kolkata and Kakinada. Here, you will learn about the expected cut-off scores of IIFT 2021.
IIFT is an objective test of 2 hours. The total number of questions has been variable over the past years. In 2011 there were 122 questions, 135 in 2012, 128 in 2013, 118 in 2014, 124 in 2015, 123 in 2016 as well as 2017, 114 questions in 2018, 110 questions in 2019, 2020 and 2021. As for the cut off of different institutes, it depends upon a variety of factors. These parameters include number of test-takers, difficulty level of exam, marking scheme, number of MBA admission seats, weightage of admission rounds, and reputation of the institute. Since these factors vary from year to year, so does the cut off scores.
Following is the overall expected Cut off range for IIFT 2021:
|CUT-OFF -110-130 marks (expected)|
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The given range indicates the tentative cut off marks for general category students. Besides, the institutes also consider the sectional cut off scores of IIFT.
Over the years, IIFT cut offs have reduced and thus, thus exam has gone on a bit moderate side. However, the competition is still not easy as the number of MBA aspirants keep rising every year. At the same time, the demand for Global MBA courses is growing and so are the career opportunities in the field of international business. So, it is crucial for you to prepare well for the exam keeping in mind the expected cut-off scores of the upcoming IIFT exam.
After getting shortlisted on the basis of IIFT cut off scores, the candidates are called for the next selection rounds i.e., Group Discussion, Essay Writing and Personal Interview. These rounds are likely to be conducted in March/April at Kolkata, Delhi, Bengaluru, Chennai, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, and Lucknow.