What are the Benefits of the IIFT Mock Test Series?
1. Mock tests create the ambiance of the real exam
Solving a practice paper at home is very different from a test. Mock tests recreate the feeling of an actual examination. IIFT exam is conducted online, and there is a timer that ticks down. So to get an idea of the pressure and anxiety you will be under and to learn how to beat the timer, you have to take a mock test.
2. Practicing Mock Tests help in the Revision of the concepts
It is important to take mock tests since they provide practice. Revising is key to remembering what you have studied for every exam. Taking the Mock Test multiple times allows students to review the entire syllabus in a simulated setting. In this way, they are more likely to remember what they have learned and perform well on exams.
3. Mock tests lead you to understand your weaknesses
We all have our weak points. With mock tests, you will be able to analyze where your weaknesses lie and work on them. They will show you which section you are struggling with or which part of the syllabus is taking up more time.
4. Mock tests help improve your speed
The real challenge of the IIFT Exam is the time constraint. You have to jot down the answers to many questions in very little time. This is where mock tests can help. Practicing will hone your time and accuracy.
IIFT Exam Overview
|Full-Form||Indian Institute of Foreign Trade|
|Exam Name||IIFT Entrance Exam|
|Number of MBA colleges/campuses under the exam||Delhi, Kolkata and Kakinada|
|Mode of Exam||Computer Based Test|
|Exam Application Fee||Rs.2500|
|Total Questions in the Exam||110 (based on Last Year number)|
|Exam Duration||2 hours (3 PM to 5 PM)|
|Scoring Pattern||Varying Scoring pattern -1.5 to 3 Marks for every correct answer|
|Negative Marking||1/3 of the allotted marks for the correct answer|
|Sectional Cut Off||Yes|
|Exam Conducting Body||National Testing Agency (NTA)|
IIFT Exam Pattern
The IIFT Exam Pattern has been updated. Following are the major changes:
- No. of Sections Reduced from 6 to 4
- Varying Sectional Scoring Pattern
- Total of 110 Questions for 300 Marks
- The exam would be conducted in Online (CBT) Mode
|Section||No. of Questions||Marks for each correct answer||Total Marks|
|Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension|| 35||3||105|
|Quantitative Analysis|| 25||3|| 75|
|Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning||30||3|| 90|
|General Awareness (GK)||20||1.5||30|