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Section-wise analysis - IPMAT exam 2020

Section 1:  Quantitative Ability (SA)

This section was ranging from moderate to a high level of difficulty. Most questions were from Arithmetic, P&C, and Probability, Functions. An attempt of 8 questions with 75-80% accuracy should be good enough.

 

Topics covered

No. of Questions

Functions

2

P&C and Probability

2

Matrices & Determinants

1

Geometry & Mensuration

1

Arithmetic

3

Logarithms

1

Total

10

Section 2: Quantitative Ability (MCQ)
This section was ranging from easy to moderate level of difficulty. Most questions were based on Algebra, Pure Maths, and Geometry & Mensuration. An attempt of 15-16 Questions with 80% accuracy should be good enough.
 

Topics covered

No. of Questions

Numbers & Number System

1

Algebra (Progressions, Log, Matrices & Det, Functions, etc)

6

Arithmetic

1

Pure Maths (P&C, Probability, Co-ordinate Geometry, Trigonometry, Venn Diagram, etc)

6

Geometry & Mensuration

1

Data Interpretation (1 set)

5

Total

20

 
Section 3: Verbal Ability (MCQ)
The verbal ability section was quite like the previous year’s paper. The level of difficulty was easy to moderate. An attempt of 30 questions with 80% accuracy should be good enough.

Topics covered

No. of Questions

Reading Comprehension (Single passage)

7

FIBs (Single, double blanks)

7

Sentence Correction

5

Para Jumbles (Non-MCQ)

3

Correct usage of words/phrases

3

Para completion

5

Total

30

 
 
Verdict: Overall good score would be 165+ to fetch a call for the next round.
 
Expected Cut off for IPMAT 2020:

Sections

Section-wise Questions

Maximum Score

Expected Cut off

Quantitative Ability (SA)

10

40

22 – 26

Quantitative Ability (MCQ)

20

80

44 – 48

Verbal Ability

30

120

78 – 82

Overall expected cut off

60

240

144 – 156

Section-wise analysis - IPMAT exam 2019

Section 1:  Quantitative Ability (SA)
The level of difficulty was quite akin to last year. Most questions were based on Logs, Arithmetic Progressions, Geometry, P&C, and Probability. An attempt of 11-12 questions with 80-95%would give a good chance at shortlisting.

Topics covered

No. of Questions

Sequences & Series (AP, GP)

4

Algebra

4

Logarithms

4

Averages

4

Percentages

2

Probability & Venn Diagram

2

Total SA Questions

20

 
Section 2: Quantitative Ability (MCQ)
The level of difficulty was quite akin to last year. Questions were spread on all the topics equally. An attempt of 18-20 questions with 80% accuracy would give a good chance at shortlisting.

Topics covered

No. of Questions

Number System

4

Arithmetic

8

Algebra

6

Geometry & Mensuration

5

Permutation Combination and Probability

5

Set Theory

4

Data Interpretation

5

Matrices and Determinants

3

Total

40

 
Section 3: Verbal Ability (MCQ)
The level of difficulty was moderate. Reading Comprehension dominated the sectional spread of questions. An attempt of 33-34 questions with 85% accuracy would give a good chance at shortlisting.
 

Topics covered

Number of questions

Reading Comprehension

12

Fill in the Blanks

10

Sentence Completion

5

Para Jumbles

4

Sentence correction

5

Para completion

4

Total

40

 

Verdict: Overall good score would be 256+ to fetch a call for the next round which is Video assessment.

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