IBSAT Syllabus Exam Pattern 2016. ICFAI Business School Aptitude Test is national Level post graduate entrance exam for admission into relevant MBA programmes. IBSAT Entrance Exam is computer based online exam it’s a post graduates programmes running at 13 campuses along India. Applicants must have Bachelor degree in any stream form any recognized stream are only eligible for IBSAT Exam. IBSAT Entrance Exam will be considered as toughest exam based on national level in India. Applicants who are appearing for IBSAT Entrance exam must prepare those topics that are going to be asked in exam are as quantitative techniques, verbal skills & logical reasoning & others given below. All IBSAT candidates must note that there is no official syllabus & exam pattern based on previous trends & analysis of papers following syllabus in section wise is provided below.
IBSAT Entrance Exam 2016
IBSAT – is common entrance exam for Management of Business Administrator/ PGPM programmes running at various states in India.
Name of Organization: ICFAI Business School Aptitude Test.
Name of Exam: MBA/PGPM Entrance test Exam.
Exam type: Computer based Online Exam.
Official portal: ibsindia.org.
IBSAT Exam Pattern
- Each section will consist of 25 questions.
- Each Question will be based on multiple choice questions.
- The level of exam varies from easy to moderate.
- Total mark will be of 100 marks.
- Duration for this exam is 2 hours.
IBSAT Syllabus 2016
IBSAT have following relevant topics are as:
- Data Sufficiency & Data Interpretation
- Quantitative Ability
- Reading Comprehension
- Verbal Ability
- English Grammar
- Replacing missing word
- Para Jumble
- English Usage
This section will consist of three passages of reading comprehension. There will be 8 question based on passage, first three question will be moderate & rest will be easy.
- Time and Work
- Permutations and Combinations
- Number System
- Co-ordinate Geometry
- Profit and Loss
- Arithmetic Progression
Data Sufficiency & Data Interpretation
There will be 15 question based on Data sufficiency, 5 Question will be based on data Interpretation & remaining 5 question will be of logical reasoning.