XAT Analysis

By UniversityKart Team, Posted on Jan 21, 2023
XAT Analysis

Review the in-depth analysis of XAT test

XAT 2023 Analysis

XAT is split into two sections of which part I consists of sections on quantitative, verbal and decision-making. part-II consists of essay writing as well as GK sections. The five sections are 100 multiple-choice question and an essay on a particular topic. The length of the test is around 190 minutes. In 2022, the essay writing section will be reinstated. The difficulty in XAT2023 was almost similar to the level of last year. Here are the key aspects that are included in XAT 2023.  Read more...

XAT 2022 Analysis

Its difficulty of XAT 2022 was very the same as XAT 2021. This time, 'Quantitative ability as well as Data Interpretation' were moderate. The RCs in the verbal section, as usual, were several choices. Essay writing was also introduced by XAT. It was part II of the exam. This year, the total number of MCQs was 75 in part 1 and 25, (GK) within part II. The total time of this section was 160 minutes for part I while 25 minutes were for Part II. There was a penalty for attempted questions (after eight questions) but it was just at 0.10 marks. But, this does not impact the overall score in any way. There were no non-MCQ (TITA) tests this year either. The essays of the selected candidates will be evaluated. In the majority of cases, GK and essay writing are considered by XLRI and a handful of best colleges to select. The overall feeling of the essay was average. Read more...

XAT 2021 Analysis

The standard that was present in XAT 2021 was a little more difficult compared the level of XAT 2020. The Quantitative Ability section as well as Data Interpretation" was moderately to difficult. The RCs in the verbal section were, as usual, several choices. There was nothing new this time as the paper was built on the standard formulas. The number of questions was 75. The total time of this section was approximately 165 minutes. There was a penalty for not attempting questions (after eight questions) and it was a mere worth 0.10 marks. This feature does not impact the overall score in any way. There were no non-MCQ (TITA) Questions this time, either. The overall feeling of the exam varied from moderate to challenging. Read more...

XAT 2020 Analysis

The standard that was set by XAT 2020 was a little more straightforward than XAT 2019, as this time's Quantitative ability and data interpretation is easily mastered. The most notable change this time was that a lot of questions from just a few sections as well as a whole section on decision Making were not marked with negative marks. This was not explicitly mentioned in the primary instructions, and a lot of students weren't able to make use of this feature. Read more...

 XAT 2019 Analysis

The difficulty in XAT 2019 was a little harder than XAT 2018. The number of questions was at 74. The total time for this segment was about 165 minutes. There was a penalty for failing to attempt questions (after eight questions) and it was a mere worth 0.10 marks. But, this will not affect the score in any way. This year's XAT was not able to include essay writing, in the manner it was announced. There were no non-MCQ (TITA) questions, as was speculated prior to the exam. Read more...

XAT 2018 Analysis

The difficulty degree in XAT 2018 was a bit higher than XAT 2017. The number, of questions was 74. The total time of that section was 170 minutes. There was a penalty for not attempting questions (after eight questions) but it was just in the range of 0.05 marks. This feature, however, does not impact the score in any way. The last time, a lot of technical problems that resulted in the server going off and on repeatedly were reported, and there were also reports of exam rescheduling at a couple of centres. Read more...

XAT 2017 Analysis

The difficulty for XAT 2017 was the same as XAT 2016. The number of questions were reduced to 72 instead of 78(previous previous year). The duration in this segment was 170 minutes. There was a penalty for not attempting questions but it was only 0.05 marks. But, this will not affect the overall score in any way. Read more...

XAT 2016 Analysis

The difficulty in XAT 2016 was very identical to XAT 2015. The number of questions was decreased to 78 instead of 83(previous year) however the allotted time was increased in the amount of 30 minutes. In light of these two factors the cut-offs for this year's exam will be slightly higher compared to the cut-offs of last year's. The other feature of this year was that there was a penalty for failed questions. It was only 0.05 marks. This feature isn't likely to impact the overall score in any way. Read more...

XAT 2015 Analysis

Its difficulty of XAT 2015 was identical to XAT 2014. There was an increase of a small amount in the amount of tests i.e. the number of questions increased from 83 to 84. Keep these figures in mind that the cut-offs are expected to be similar to those of the previous year.  Read more...

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