Detailed notes on XAT eligibility criteria are given below the table.
No Age Bar : XAT Exam eligibility criteria 2020 prescribe ‘No Age Bar’ to appear in the XAT 2020 exam.
India, in total, shares land borders with 6 sovereign countries. Below are the Indian states which share borders with the country. Jammu and Kashmir This northern state of India is mostly located in the Himalayan mountains.
XAT 2020 is an important MBA entrance test leading to MBA admission 2020 in XLRI, SPJIMR, IMT, XIMB, TAPMI, XIME and other 150 MBA colleges in India.
Educational qualification: A minimum of three-year bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognised institute or university is required to apply for XAT.
Students awaiting their graduation results can also apply.
Below is shared the XAT 2020 exam pattern: XAT exam pattern and syllabus 2020 for the Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (VARC) and Logical Reasoning section comprises the following: • Total questions: 26 • Type of questions: MCQs • RC passages: 4 • RC Based questions: 14 to 16 • VA questions: 8 to 10 • VA topics: Vocabulary; Analogy; Para Jumbles, Para completion; Critical Reasoning; Statements-assumptions; • Lod: Moderate to Very difficult Decision Making: 2nd section XLRI exam pattern for Decision Making section decides the fate of candidates.
The XAT syllabus and pattern for Decision Making section consists of short caselets, decision making problems. • Total questions: 21 • Type of questions: MCQs • Question groups: 7 to 8 sets of decision making problems following by 2 and 3 questions each • Lo D: Moderate to difficult Quant & DI: 3rd section XAT exam pattern and syllabus for Quantitative Ability and Data Interpretation section consists of individual questions from all parts of Quant and Data Interpretation problems followed by questions in sets of 3-4.
The expected XAT 2020 date is Sunday January 5, 2020.
XLRI conducts XAT entrance exam in the month of January every year.