Nupur Kaushik Updated On: 18 Oct, 2018 17:02 IST
IBSAT 2018 mock test is now available for candidates preparing to take the exam this year. The examination is scheduled to be conducted on 22nd and 23rd December 2018. Candidates who have successfully applied for IBSAT 2018 may start preparing for the exam right away. Candidates must go through the exam pattern and syllabus of IBSAT 2018 before beginning to take the mock tests.
Aspirants of IBSAT 2018 can also access the IBSAT 2018 Mock Test on its official website.
Mentioned below are some steps to access the IBSAT 2018 Mock Tests for the aspirants of IBSAT.
Go to the official website of ICFAI.
Click on the 'Mock Test' link available on the scroll.
A new page will open where Mock Test 1 will be displayed.
Provide your Name, Email ID, Mobile Number, State and click on Mock Test 1’ tab.
The mock test will appear and you can start your practice for better preparation.
Solving mock tests is considered a good source of preparation to do well in the actual examination.
It would help candidates give the exam in a similar way as the main exam.
Mock tests follow the pattern and timings similar to the main examination.
It helps candidates become quick with the questions by flipping the sections as would be done in the main examination.
Solving mock tests on a regular basis will improve candidates' time-management skills. Hence, they will be able to calculate the exact time slot for completing every section of the paper.
The mock test is a replica of the main exam, therefore, candidates will be able to understand the exam pattern and structure of the IBSAT 2018 in a better way.
To know more about the smart tips and tricks, candidates can read How to Prepare for IBSAT 2018 section and plan ahead for the examination.
IBSAT 2018 is an online examination, which will be conducted at different centers as allotted by the ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education.
The language to be followed for this examination is English. The question paper will also be in English.
IBSAT 2018 Syllabus consists of four sections including Reading Comprehension, Verbal Ability, Data Interpretation, and Data Sufficiency and Quantitative Aptitude.
There will be a total of 140 questions that must be solved within a time span of 2 hours (120 minutes).
One mark will be allotted for every correct answer. And the total marks of IBSAT 2018 is 140.
There will be no negative marking for wrong answers.