About CAT

Managed by IIMs, Common Admission Test (CAT) is a computer based exam which is a prerequisite for an MBA and other management programmes. The scores are accepted by close to 170 colleges across India for various courses. Until 2009, CAT was a completely paper based test and after that, they have updated it to a computer based test. Every year, there are some minor changes in the pattern or the number of questions asked.

Important Dates for CAT 2017

Registration Start Date 9th August, 2017

CAT Test Date 26th November, 2017

Last Date of Registration 25th September, 2017

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CAT 2016 Paper Pattern

CAT 2016 was conducted in 138 cities with more than 650 centers across India and around 1.95 lakh candidates appeared for it. The CAT 2016 paper pattern was similar to the last year, with the difficulty level a notch higher. A total of 100 questions were asked from Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DI LR), Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (VARC) and Quantitative Ability (QA) both had 32 questions each. The total duration for the exam was 180 minutes. The candidates were not able to switch from one section to another, but use of basic on-screen calculator for computation turned out to be beneficial for the students to save time.

There were 3 sections:

  1. Quantitative Aptitude (QA): 34 questions (60 minutes)
  2. Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DILR): 32 questions (60 minutes)
  3. Verbal and Reading Comprehension (VRC): 34 questions (60 minutes)

To be eligible to appear for the exam a student must hold a Bachelor’s Degree, with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA. Candidates in their final year of the bachelors can also apply. The selection process will include Written Ability Test (WAT), Group Discussions (GD) and Personal Interviews (PI). IIMs may use previous academic performance of the candidates, relevant work experience and other similar inputs in short listing and ranking of the candidates at various stages of the admission process.

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CAT 2016 Exam Analysis

A single line summary of CAT 2016 – format same as CAT 2015, with difficulty level a notch higher.

CAT 2016 had 3 sections:

  1. Verbal Ability – Verbal Ability (10 questions) & Reading Comprehension (24 questions)
  2. Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning – Data Interpretation (20 questions) & Logical Reasoning (12 questions)
  3. Quantitative Ability had 34 questions

The sectional, in depth analysis is as follows:

The paper was in this order – Verbal Ability first, Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning second, Quantitative Aptitude third.

VARC Section:
  • As usual, Vocabulary based, Grammar based, Logical Continuation & Critical Reasoning questions were missing.
  • RCs were 24 in number out of the 34 questions. RCs were 5 in numbers – 3 RCs with 6 questions each & 2 RCs with 3 questions each. However, this subsection can’t be called difficult. Out of the 24 questions, 15 questions were direct and hence these questions called for a lot of regression. Apart from that, 4-5 other questions were of the format ‘Author would agree to all of the below EXCEPT’ which again led to back & forth reading of the passages. All in all, the RCs in terms of intensity of language/density or depth of the topic were light but slightly time consuming because of the regression it called for.
  • Verbal Ability had just 3 types of questions: Logical Discontinuity/Out of Context questions (3 in number), Summary of the passage (3 in number) & Parajumbles (4 in number). All the questions in this subsection were of the ‘key-in’ or ‘non-MCQ’ variety. The problem with this being non-MCQ is that the parajumbles became difficult because each of the parajumbles had 5 sentences to be rearranged. Links were available, but two broken links and hence it make this part a little tricky. However, a cheeky CAT taker will take the shots because these fall under the ‘non-negative marking’ category. Summary and Out of Context were non-MCQ variety but this can be called ‘pseudo non-MCQ’ because it was more like keying-in a number instead of marking an option.
  • All in all, the section was Easy to Moderate to navigate.
  • 27-28 attempts with 90% accuracy can be classified as a good score in this section.
LRDI section
  • Challenging section – Could be the final decider, again.
  • The paper had 8 sets of 4 questions each. Total of 32 questions.
  • The sets based on – The girls buying the T-shirts, the 2 section paper with different marking scheme was easy. However, even in these 2 sets all the questions weren’t solvable. Apart from these 2 sets, others were time consuming and because each of the questions demanded a separate data to work on, the whole process turned tricky. The test taker had to read the data, arrange the same, solve selected questions and let go off 1 or 2 questions per set.
  • This section was surely the decider with 5 DI sets and 3 LR sets and nearly all the sets were time consuming.
  • 15 attempts with 80% accuracy can be classified as a good score in this section.
QA Section
  • Standard – is the word! Be it the spread or the difficulty level, it was as the doctor prescribed.
  • Nearly every chapter had a representative there. Percentages, Profit & Loss, Linear Equations, Quadratic Equations, Inequalities, Surds & Indices, Averages & Partnership, Numbers, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Alligations & Mixtures, Permutation & Combination, Inequalities, Triangles, Polygons, Circles, Area & Volume, Coordinate Geometry and the list goes on. With around a third of the section difficult, a third easy and a third moderate, the spread of the questions was really good.
  • Such a section has advantages as well as disadvantages – you should have been prepared with everything and just in case you have left just a chapter or two, the damage isn’t astounding. Hence, a cheer-worthy paper for a prepared test taker.
  • 25 attempts with 85% accuracy can be classified as a good score in this section.

The softer aspect is that, in case the LRDI section broke the back of a well prepared student, his performance in the 3rd section would get affected.

All in all, an aspirant with 47 net correct questions will be able to score around 99%ile

An aspirant with 36 net correct questions should be in the 95%ile range

An aspirant with 31 net correct questions should be in the 90%ile range

An aspirant with 25 net correct questions should be in the 80%ile range

An aspirant with 21 net correct questions should be in the 70%ile range

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CAT 2016 Video Analysis

About XAT

Xavier Aptitude Test is conducted by XLRI, generally in the 1st week of January. Scores of the exam are accepted by around a 100 institutes. The exam is conducted at around 44 centers in India and 2 centers abroad.

Important Dates for XAT 2018

Registration Start Date 16th August, 2017

XAT Test Date 7th January, 2018

Last Date Of Registration 30th November, 2017Register

XAT Results To be announced

XAT 2017 Pattern

Total Questions: 103   |  Duration: 3.5 Hrs.

Section wise break up:

  • Verbal: Total number of questions – 28. 15 questions of reading comprehension and 13 questions of verbal ability
  • Quantitative Aptitude: Total number of questions – 38. 15 questions of DI and 23 questions of Quant
  • Decision Making: Total number of questions – 24
  • General Knowledge: Total number of questions – 20


One more year with a format of 3.5 hours.

Test paper was divided into two parts:

Part I: Quant + DI + Verbal Ability + Decision Making: 170 minutes

Part II: GK + Essay Writing: 35 minutes

Part I was divided into 3 sections.

Section wise details are as described below:

Data Interpretation and Quantitative Ability (27 Questions)

The section comprised of 17 questions of Quant, 8 questions of Data Interpretation and 2 questions of Caselet with Data Sufficiency.

With just 17 questions of Quant, it was not possible to do justice to all the areas of Quant. It was unusual to see that there was just one question on Numbers. Two questions on Algebra and one question on Profit and Loss were there from the arithmetic section. Ratio related chapters had a limited share of just two questions with 1-1 each from Time and Work and Time Speed Distance. Geometry and Trigonometry had a usual share of 4 questions, most of which were difficult. Apart from some random questions, there was one question each on Probability, Progression and Set Theory. Overall, Quant was easy to moderate.

There were two sets of DI of four questions each. One of them was a typical table chart and another was a yearly doze of a typical ‘XAT’ type DI set, which was difficult to comprehend. Overall, DI was Moderate to Difficult.

Suggested time for this section would be 60 minutes. Approximately 20 attempts with a score of 14 can be a 98%ile equivalent score.

Verbal and Logical Ability (24 Questions)

The section comprised of two parts: 12 questions of Reading Comprehension and 12 questions of other verbal ability based questions.

The biggest passage of approx 550 words was followed by 3 questions. There were two passages with an approximate length of 450 words with 3 or 4 questions at the end. A small paragraph of 250 words was the fourth RC having 2 questions at the end. Overall the RCs were moderate to difficult because most of the questions were inference based.

Interestingly, there were two Poem-based questions in this test paper, both of which needed a test taker to identify the gist of the poems. Two Parajumbles, One Analogy, Two Grammar based questions and two Fill in the Blanks discussing usages of words were also there in the test. Remaining three questions were from Critical Reasoning.

Overall, the section was of moderate difficulty level. In a suggested time of 55 minutes, 18 attempts and a score of 11 can be called a 98%ile equivalent performance.

Decision Making (21 Questions)

This section was a mix of 6 Logical Reasoning based questions, 4 business decision related questions, 3 questions testing ethics of a test taker and 8 questions on random decision making.

Logical Reasoning part was divided into two sets of 3-3 questions each. They were moderate to difficult. Decision Making portion was made of many caselets of 1 or 2 or 3 questions.

Overall, this section was of moderate difficulty level. In a suggested time of 55 minutes, 17 attempts and a score of 10 can be called a 98%ile equivalent performance.

Part II comprised of 25 General Knowledge Questions and an Essay.

General Knowledge (25 Questions)

This section was a good mix of Geography, TV, Movies, Business, History, Personalities and current affair based GK questions. A score of 8-10 can be termed as a Good Score.


Topic: Globalization and Jingoism always coexist!

Although this was a very good topic to check an aspirant’s thought process, many aspirants could not attempt it because they could not understand the meaning of ‘Jingoism’.

Good Score/Cut Off

No. of QuestionsSuggested TimeGood AttemptGood ScoreLevel of DifficultyCut off for XLRI
Quant + DI2660 minutes2014Quant: Easy to Moderate
DI: Moderate to Difficult
Verbal2455 minutes1811Moderate9
Decision Making2155 minutes1710Moderate7
Total72170 minutes34

Estimated Cut off for:

XLRI – 34

XIM-B – 29

IMT-G – 29

GIM – 24

LIBA – 20

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About SNAP

Symbiosis National Aptitude Test is generally conducted in December. It is mandatory for all PG courses at the colleges of Symbiosis International University. There are 14 institutes of Symbiosis National University present in Pune, Nashik, Bangalore and Hyderabad which accept SNAP scores.

Important Dates for SNAP 2017

Registration Start Date 10th August, 2017

SNAP Test Dates 17th December, 2017

Last Date Of Registration 24th November, 2017

SNAP Results To be

SNAP 2016 Pattern

Total Questions: 150, 3 sections with 40 questions each and 1 section with 30 questions. Duration: 2 hours

SectionsTotal Marks
General English: Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, Verbal Ability40
Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency40
General Awareness: General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Business Scenario30
Analytical & Logical Reasoning40

Total Marks: 150

Marking: 1/4th negative marks.

Sectional Cut-offs: No

SNAP 2016 Analysis

SNAP finally changed its pattern after many years. The LR section moved from a 2 marker to a 1 marker. The GK section changed to Current Awareness section. The overall test was of 2 hours, 150 questions, 150 marks.

Easy Verbal Ability, comparatively time consuming Quant and Logical Reasoning section is the single line summary of SNAP 2016.

Section wise details are as below:

Quantitative Ability + Data Interpretation (40 Questions)

The section consisted of 6 questions of Data Interpretation and 34 questions of Quantitative Ability.

Data Interpretation was spread in two sets of 3-3 questions each. Both were standard DI sets of Table and Pie Chart with one of them easy and the other one needing some time to solve.

Quant part of the section was again dominated by Numbers with 5-6 questions having direct applications of Numbers and 2-3 more questions which can be categorized as Number related puzzles. 6 questions were asked from Ratio related chapters (Time and Work, Partnership, Time Speed Distance, Mixtures etc.) Share of geometry was limited to 3 questions only. A couple of questions from each of the Profit and Loss, Progression, Surds, Basic Algebra and 1-1 question from Probability, Set Theory etc and some miscellaneous ones created rest of the section.

Overall, this section was slightly time consuming.

Allocating 40 minutes to this section, 19-22 can be termed as Good Attempts and the same with 90% accuracy can be considered a Good Score.

Logical Reasoning (40 Questions)

The biggest surprise in SNAP 2016 was the change in the question mix of this section.  A sizeable chunk of questions (9-10 in number) were of Math based puzzles. The typical tabular data arrangement questions were missing. There were 6 questions based on sequence & series, 4 questions based on an input-output prediction, 3 questions of visual reasoning, 2 on blood relations, 1 each on clock & calendars etc. Rest of the questions were largely random logical puzzles.

Overall, this section was reasonably time consuming as well. Absence of standard variety of LR made this section more challenging for aspirants.

Allocating 40 minutes to this section, 18-21 can be termed as Good Attempts and the same with 90% accuracy can be considered a Good Score.

Verbal Ability (40 Questions)

Vocabulary – That’s the one word summary of this section. 6 questions of direct Synonym-Antonyms, 4 FIBs on confusing words, 3-4 Analogies and 3-4 more FIBs testing Vocabulary were asked. Adding to these questions, there were 2 questions on idioms & 1 on foreign words.

Apart from Vocabulary, 2 Reading Comprehensions (6+5 questions) were asked to test the comprehension skills of the test takers. Both were easy to attempt. The section also had 3 parajumbles and a couple of verbal reasoning questions.

Overall, this section was easy and was a morale booster.

Allocating 30 minutes to this section, 32-34 can be termed as Good Attempts and the same with 90% accuracy can be termed a Good Score.

Current Affairs (30 Questions)

This year, SNAP changed the title and the scope of this section. As per the communication shared by SNAP, it was supposed to be a section made of only current affairs of the last two years. SNAP creators have successfully delivered such a section.

There was a good spread of questions, with 6 questions on Sports and Business each, 5 questions of the who’s who (Business as well as Government), 3 questions on Awards and 3 questions on Tech related news.

A test taker who has been following news regularly should get a nice edge over others.

An ideal allocation can be 10 minutes for this particular section and a score of 14-16 can be termed as a good score.

SectionsQsSuggested TimeDifficulty LevelGood Score
Quantitative Ability + DI4040 minutesModerate16-17
Logical Reasoning4040 minutesModerate15-17
Verbal Ability4030 minutesEasy25-27
Current Affairs3010 minutesEasy to Moderate14-16

Expected Cut offs:

SIBM-P: 73+


SIBM-B: 58+

SIIB: 56+

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About NMAT

NMAT by GMAC, which was previously known as Narsee Monjee Admission Test, will be conducted by GMAC, is valid for entry into all PG programs of Narsee Monjee Colleges, and universities such as Alliance University (Bangalore), Amity University (Delhi), Thapar University (Chandigarh) and several others. A candidate could take NMAT-2015 up to a maximum of 3 times (first attempt plus 2 retake attempts) including no shows, if he/she wishes to. There has to be a gap of at least 15 days between two successive attempts. For candidates having multiple attempts, the best score (total and sectional) is considered for short listing purposes. The result for each attempt is declared separately, approximately 15 days after the test attempt. It is generally conducted from October-December.

Important Dates for NMAT By GMAC

Registration Start Date 4th July, 2017

NMAT Test Dates 5th October to 18th December, 2017

Last Date Of Registration 3rd October, 2017

NMAT Results To be

NMAT By GMAC 2017 Pattern

There are generally 3 sections in the test:

  • Section 1: Language Skills which consists of 32 Questions
  • Section 2: Quantitative Skills which consists of 48 Questions
  • Section 3: Logical Reasoning which consists of 40 Questions

Candidates can choose the order of sections in NMAT. Each of the three sections have individual section timings and candidates are supposed to answer and review the questions of a particular section within the allotted section time.

NMAT 2017 Analysis

As standardized as it could be!!

Question type and difficulty level both were same as that of last year’s exam.

It was, once again, a speed based test inviting all aspirants to target a typical 208-210 score to earn an NMIMS-Mumbai process call. 

Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation (48 Questions, 60 minutes):

The section comprised of 20 questions of Data Interpretation and 28 questions of Quantitative Ability.

DI part of the section was, once again, time-consuming and mostly calculative. Five sets of four questions each were there to test an aspirant’s ability to interpret data. The set with the pie chart was the easiest of all. A good test taker should have given priority to one caselet based set and the set with a bar chart over the other two sets considering the moderate level of difficulty of the former ones.

Remaining 28 questions were from Quant area of aptitude with 22 independent questions and 6 questions of Data Sufficiency. Numbers dominated the section with 6 questions. A good representation of 4 questions was also there from each of Algebra, Percentage Application, Ratio Application, and Geometry. All the 6 questions of Data Sufficiency were the easiest to solve whereas the Ratio based problems (Time Distance, Partnership, Time Work etc) demanded time to get solved.

Overall, the section can be termed as easy to moderate and 36-38 genuine attempts with 90+ % accuracy should lead to a Good Score.

Reasoning (40 Questions, 38 Minutes):

12 Questions from Verbal Reasoning and 28 Questions from Logical Reasoning constituted the reasoning section.

Verbal Reasoning portion had a good variety of questions in form of Syllogism, Course of Action, Sentence Assumption, Strengthen-weaken and inference based question. All of the 12 Questions were easy to moderate. An aspirant with a reasonably good practice of such variety of questions should get 8-9 Questions correct.

Logical and Analytical Reasoning part was dominated by two sets of tabular arrangements based questions. All the 8 questions were easy to moderate. Just one manageable set of Input-output was a small surprise, however, the previous slot of the day tested the takers with a set of good difficulty level.  4-5 questions from Coding, 2 questions of Blood Relations, 3 questions of Series and patterns, 2 questions on set theory formed a major part of the remaining section.

Approximately 28-30 genuine attempts with a 90+% accuracy should be sufficient for a Good Score.

Verbal Ability (32 Questions, 22 minutes):

The section was dominated by Vocabulary based questions. There were 5 Questions of Synonyms/Antonyms, 6 Fill-in-the-blanks and 1 Analogy question, all of which demanded a decent command over vocabulary.

The rest of the section had 4 Questions of Para jumbles, 5 Questions of Spotting the errors, 3 Preposition based Fill-in-the-blanks and 2 Reading Comprehension of 4 Questions each. Both the RCs were of medium size with a possible turn-around time of 6 to 7 minutes and most of these questions were manageable.

As far as the conduction is concerned, Pearson has done a brilliant job. The verification process before the Test is very smooth, provided you carry the right documents. The interface is quite good and responsive, however, one has to take note that there is no question pallet in the test and one has to use “next” and “previous” buttons in order to navigate through a section.


Test takers should reach the test center with all documents asked for.

Test takers should be mentally ready for a Speed Test which has no Negative Marking.

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About IIFT

Indian Institute of Foreign Trade – is generally conducted in the month of November by IIFT. The exam is valid for PG courses at its Delhi and Kolkata campus.

Important Dates for IIFT 2017

Registration Start Date

IIFT Test Dates 3rd December, 2017

Last Date Of Registration 15th September, 2017

IIFT Results To be

IIFT 2016 Pattern

The exam is a multiple choice objective type written test, which consists of questions covering English Comprehension, General Knowledge & Awareness, Logical Reasoning and Quantitative Analysis. The exam is of 2 hours duration. The marking scheme of IIFT may vary from year to year. Based on the marks obtained in the Written Test, candidates would be called for Essay Writing, Group Discussion and Interview.

There are a total of 6 sections in the test.

SectionsPartSection NameNo. of QuestionsMarks per QuestionTotal Marks
Section IPart AData Interpretation19119
Section IPart BAnalytical and Logical Reasoning200.7515
Section IIGeneral Awareness280.514
Section IIIPart AVerbal Ability200.7515
Section IIIPart BReading Comprehension160.7512
Section IVQuantitative Aptitude25125

There is 1/3rd negative marking for a wrong answer and the total marks are 100. There’s a differential marking system for each section.

As expected, the paper contained a differential marking system but was relatively easier than the last few years’ IIFT papers. The exam was divided into 4 sections, further sub-divided into 6 sections viz. General Awareness, Reading Comprehension, Verbal Ability, Quantitative Ability, Data Interpretation and Analytical & Logical Reasoning. In all, there were 128 questions amounting to a total of 100 marks. Each section had questions with the ideal blend of level of difficulty and variety.

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IIFT 2016 Analysis

IIFT 2016 was as standard as an IIFT could have been. The same differential marking, the same format, the same pattern, the spread of 123 questions across 6 sub sections and a total adding up to 100 marks, everything nearly the same. All in all, all the kids who would have prepared for an IIFT and would have had a ready strategy would be the best equipped to have a go at it.

Section Wise Analysis

Section 1: Analytical Reasoning (22 Questions, each of 0.75 marks)

This section had 5 sets and 4 independent questions. The set on pattern identification based on the figure was a relatively tricky one and the one based on eight doctors was time consuming, considering it had just 3 questions in this set. All in all, it was a manageable section wherein approximately 18 good attempts with a score of 10 can be called a Good Score and an ideal time allotment can be 25 minutes for this section.

Section 2: Data Interpretation (20 Questions, each of 1 mark)

There were 4 sets of Data Interpretation having 5 questions each. With two table-based DI sets and two bar chart based DI sets, IIFT once again produced a calculation intensive section. Leaving a question or two from all the sets was the key strategy of maintaining pace and optimising selections.

Due to its time consuming nature, approximately 11 attempts can be termed good. A score of 8 can be called a Good Score considering an allotment of 26 minutes for this section.

Section 3: Quantitative Aptitude (20 Questions, each of 1 mark)

The section had usually large portion of modern mathematics. There were 8 questions of Progression, Permutation and Combination, Probability, Set Theory, Logarithm, Inequalities. This reduced the share of Arithmetic based chapters. 8 to 9 questions were from Numbers, Linear Equation, Profit and Loss, Surd, Time Work and Time Distance. Rest of the questions were from Geometry.

Most of the questions were manageable. This should result into a Good Score of 12-13 with good attempts of up to 17 questions in 27 minutes.

Section 4: Reading Comprehension (16 Questions, each of 1 mark)

4 RCs with 4 questions each created this section. All of them, with an exception of a couple of nicely created questions, can be solved easily by an aspirant having decent control over reading.

Since this section was easy, 13 can be called good attempts and a score of 10 can be called a Good Score in 20 minutes. Because majority of the questions were direct, it can be considered a rather easy section to solve.

Section 5: Verbal Ability (20 Questions, each of 0.75 marks)

With no questions on Grammar or Verbal Logic (apart from the 2 reasonably easy parajumble questions), the whole section had a heavy bias towards vocabulary. The questions were tricky as well as time consuming and there was a lot of application of elimination rather than selection. Allocating 12 minutes to the section would fetch 14 attempts and 6 marks in this section can be considered a good score in this section.

Section 6 : General Knowledge

There were a total of 14 static questions and the rest were from Current Affairs.

All in all, 10 minutes spent in this section can fetch up to 16 attempts and a score of 6 can be considered to be a good score in this section.


A total score of 48.2 can be considered good enough to get a call from IIFT. A table for the synopsis:

IIFT 2016 Analysis Snapshot

No of QsWeightageTotalDifficulty LevelTime Allocation (Mins)Good AttemptsGood ScorePredicted Sectional CutoffsPredicted Total Cutoffs
Sec 1Analytical Reasoning220.7516.5Moderate2518107.548.2
Data Interpretation20120Moderate26118
Sec 2Reading Comprehension16116Easy to Moderate2013107
Verbal Ability200.7515Moderate12146
Sec 3General Awareness250.512.5Easy to Moderate101662.25
Sec 4Quantitative Ability20120Easy2716134.5

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