XAT is among the most well-known and highly regarded exams in the nation. Its results open the way to be accepted into the top B-schools such as XLRI Jamshedpur, XIM Bhubaneswar, SP Jain, etc. On the basis of XAT cut-offs, students are invited to participate in the GD/GE/WAT/PI round by the institutes they belong to. The criteria for selection are those of the XAT score, the candidate's academic record, their overall profile, performance during the selection rounds, work experience as well as other factors.
This article we've provided the XAT cut-off percentiles for the most popular B-schools.
XAT is usually held during the beginning of January. its results are announced within two weeks. Then, the affiliated institutes release their cut-offs to different management courses. XAT cut-off percentiles of each institute is determined by its rank as well as the number of admission seats, the number of test takers, as well as the difficulty level of the test. Here, you can look through previous cut-offs for XAT participating institutions. The qualification criteria are for XAT 2023 is anticipated to be along similar to the previous cut-offs.
|Institute||XAT Cut-offs (Percentile)|
|XLRI BM||93 (male), 90 (female)|
|*XLRI HRM||90 (MNE),92 (ME), 87 (FNE), 90 (FE)|
|Goa Institute of Management (GIM), Goa||85+|
|Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai||80+|
|Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad||90+|
|T.A. Pai Management Institute, Manipal||85+|
|Amity Business School, Noida||75+|
|Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's Usha & Lakshmi Mittal Institute of Management (BULMIM), New Delhi||80+|
The table below outlines the program-specific sectional XAT cut-off percentages 2022, according to XLRI. For the cut-offs of XAT 2023 will follow similar patterns:
|Sections of XAT||BM||HR|
|VA & LR||75 (male)/ 72 (female)||80 (male)/ 80 (female)|
|DM||72 (male)/ 72 (female)||70 (male)/ 70 (female)|
|QA & DI||80 (male)/ 75 (female)||70 (MNE), 75 (ME)/ 60 (FNE), 64 (FE)|
|Total||93 (male)/ 90 (female)||90 (MNE), 92 (ME)/ 87 (FNE), 90 (FE)|
It is crucial to remember that the cut-offs above are applicable to general-category candidates. Some institutes, including XLRI provide lower cut-offs for candidates from reserved categories. For more information, refer to their official sites of institutes concerned.
The next steps following passing the cut-offs for the test will be WAT and Group Discussion/exercises and Personal Interviews. The process differs from institute to institute. Some institutes provide cases study-based GDs that require the student is required to write the points following discussions and then submit their answer to be evaluated. Candidates must be prepared for these rounds to ensure their final spot in the program and institute.