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Friday, 23 August 2019

5 Tips To Ace IBSAT

IBSAT is a national level entrance exam which is conducted every year by ICFAI foundation of Higher Education. The applicants who are interested in enrolling in ICFAI business schools must write the IBSAT exam. ICFAI has 9 campuses in total and all of these campuses conduct admissions on the basis of IBSAT score.

5 Tips To Ace IBSAT

The type of questions in IBSAT are divided into the following sections:

  1. 30 MCQs on Quantitative Aptitude 
  2. 50 MCQs on Verbal Ability
  3. 30 MCQs on Reading Comprehension 
  4. 30 MCQs on Data Adequacy & Data Interpretation 

The following few tips are meant to help you perform better in the IBSAT exam

● Syllabus - It is important free all students for applying for website to know  the syllabus of the entire exam. When an applicant knows the syllabus of an exam there are lesser questions which would surprise them and which they will not be prepared for. Having a good idea about all the topics that are to be prepared also helps us plan our study schedule and we can cover all the topics in time before the exam.

● Preparation - While preparing it is essential for the applicants to not rack up only difficult topics for later by finishing the easier topics first. It is best for an applicant to finish the difficult topics first and save the easy topics for later as this should prevent them from panicking in the last minute.

● Studies Schedule - It is very essential for the applicant to maintain a strict study schedule which you have to follow in order to clear IBSAT. It is advised that a student studies for 2 hours straight and takes a break for 30 minutes following that. Sticking to the studies is one of the most important things as self discipline is also put to test in this exam. The applicants must create a priority list and list out all the things they must do. Then you can sort them by priority and can focus on them before the other.

● Mock Test - It is essential for applicants to attempt mock tests in order to test out their knowledge in every topic. When the applicant takes the mock test,  it is easier for them to evaluate the level of difficulty of the exam and their own time management skills. It is advised that the applicant keeps a running clock next to them while taking the mock test in order to have the real exam conditions.

● Study notes - It is vital for students to make study notes as and when they are preparing topics. Writing down the important points in a summarised way or highlighting the important topics in the revision material being used while studying are effective ways in order to make notes. These notes can be referred by students right before the IBSAT exam. Having the revision notes helps a candidate recollect all the essential topic they had learnt. The students can also associate keywords to a certain topic. When trying to remember the topic, recollecting the keyword should trigger a chain of thought that reminds them of the entire topic.

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