IIFT Analysis

Exam Analysis: IIFT 2015- entrance test preparation

As of 2014, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) was ranked #6 in India by the Wall Street Journal. The entrance exam, IIFT 2015 was held on November 22nd, 2015. Around 47,000 students took the exam for the International Business (IB) Course. With around 270 seats, the competition was high with 1500 students getting selected for the final admission rounds.

Getting selected from the 47,000 students and being included in the 1500+ list takes practice and good preparation. In order to prepare well, one must KNOW the exam well. Here is a detailed analysis of IIFT 2015, prepared by our experts, for our students.

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IIFT 2010 Analysis

Overall exam pattern:

IIFT 2010 consisted of 4 sections viz. Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning, General Awareness, Verbal ability, Quantitative ability. The difficulty level was Moderate to difficult. It consisted of 138 questions to be solved in 120 min. It also consisted of errors.

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IIFT 2011 Analysis

Overall exam pattern:

IIFT 2011 consisted of 6 sections viz. Data Interpretation, Logical Reasoning, General Awareness, Verbal ability, Reading comprehension, Quantitative Ability. The difficulty level was moderate to difficult. The no. of questions was reduced from 135 to 120 to be solved in 120 min.

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IIFT 2014 Analysis

Overall exam pattern :

IIFT 2014 exam pattern was quite different from the previous year. With the differential marking scheme the total no. of questions were 118. There were 4 sections and duration was 2 hours. The major change in exam pattern was that LR section was independent and DI section was clubbed with Quants. Sectional cut-offs were considered in IIFT exam.

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IIFT 2013 Analysis

Overall exam pattern:

IIFT 2013 consisted of 4 sections viz. Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning, General Awareness, Verbal ability & Reading comprehension, Quantitative ability. The difficulty level was easy to moderate. There were no negative markings. It consisted of 128 questions to be solved in 120 min.

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