XAT (Xavier Aptitude Test) is an entrance examination that is taken by someone who wishes to pursue an MBA or PGDM program. This exam is conducted by XLRI. There are over 700 business schools that recognize XAT scores and give admissions based on them. This being a national level test, it could get you into the most prestigious universities in India.
If you are confused about what are the essentials that need to be covered, the following article will help you out with all the details that you should know for the XAT examinations.
Part 1 includes subjects of decision making (21 questions), Verbal and Logical Ability (24 questions), and Quantitative Ability and Data Interpretation (27 questions).
Part 2 includes the subjects of General Knowledge (25 questions), and Essay Writing, where you will be given 1 topic to write on.
If you are in the early stages of preparing for the test, you could keep these guidelines in mind while preparing for the XAT test.
We hope this article has helped you gain valuable information on the XAT examinations, and make you excel with remarkable results, all the best!
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