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IBSAT 2013 Syllabus
IBSAT 2013 Syllabus: IBSAT or the MBA entrance exam for ICFAI Business School will be held from Monday, December 16, 2013 to Tuesday, January 7, 2014. While you are preparing for the IBSAT 2013 exam, you must also know the IBSAT 2013 Syllabus.
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While ICFAI Business School has declared the exam pattern, it has not mentioned what the IBSAT 2013 Syllabus would be. However, on the basis of the past years’ analysis and trends, we can share the IBSAT 2013 Syllabus with you.
Let us have a look at the IBSAT 2013 Syllabus according to sections or areas.
IBSAT 2013 Syllabus for Verbal Ability
The total number of questions in the Verbal Ability section is 50. This section basically deals with the English Usage part. The areas of English Language from which the questions arrive are as follows:
Replace the missing words
The difficulty level of this section is generally easy to moderate.
IBSAT 2013 Syllabus for Reading Comprehension
The number of questions in this section is 25. There are 3 Reading Comprehension passages from which the questions are asked which number to 25. The questions are generally direct and seek factual answers and not tough or inferential. However, you can expect certain tricky questions as well, though the number is much lesser than the easy questions.
IBSAT 2013 Syllabus for Quantitative Ability
The number of questions in this section is 25. The general difficulty level is moderate. The topics of the Quantitative Ability section can be listed as follows:
Profit & Loss
Time and Work
Permutation & Combination
Most of the questions are easy to solve.
IBSAT 2013 Syllabus for Data Sufficiency and Data Interpretation
The number of questions in this section is 25. The questions are asked from the following areas:
The breakup of the number of questions is as follows:
Data Sufficiency – 15
Logical Reasoning – 5
Data Interpretation – 5
The difficulty level of the questions of this section is easy.