IBSAT Syllabus 2024: Check Section Wise Latest Syllabus Here!

ICFAI Business School Aptitude Test 2024 ( IBSAT )

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IBSAT 2024 syllabus includes topics from Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (VARC), Quantitative Aptitude (QA), and Data Adequacy/ Sufficiency and Data Interpretation (DA/ DI) subjects. The IBSAT 2024 syllabus is largely similar to the CAT exam syllabus. However, IBSAT does not have a General Awareness section like CAT. The syllabus of the IBSAT exam is divided into four sections. The VARC section is split into two sections—Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension. Check the IBSAT exam syllabus below.

Also read: How to prepare for IBSAT 2024

Q:   What is IBSAT 2024 schedule?

A:

IBSAT is a national level exam conducted by ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education (deemed to be University) for admission to MBA/ PGPM courses. IBSAT 2024 registration will commence in first week of July 2024 and candidates will be able to register themselves on the official website at general.ibsindia.org. IBSAT scores are accepted by nine ICFAI Business Schools (IBS), namely IBS Hyderabad, IBS Mumbai, IBS Bengaluru, IBS Pune, IBS Gurgaon, IBS Kolkata, IBS Ahmedabad, IBS Jaipur, and IBS Dehradun. Tabulated below is the tentative IBSAT 2023 schedule:

Events

Dates

IBSAT 2024 GD-PI

 10 Feb - 18 Feb '24.

IBSAT 2024 Selection Process Result

March 2025

 

 

Q:   Is there a time limit for IBSAT mock tests?

A:
Yes, IBSAT mock tests have a time limit as of the actual exam. Mock tests are a simulation of the IBSAT exam. As soon as the student proceeds to take the IBSAT mock test, the timer will start on the top right side of the screen. The interface in the IBSAT mock test will be similar to the actual exam. Therefore, candidates are advised to check the computability of the software/hardware and analyse their performance before the actual IBSAT exam. Candidates will be required to answer 140 MCQs within a time duration of two hours or 120 minutes. Timer for 120 minutes will start as soon as the candidate clicks the 'Start IBSAT Mock Test' button.
 

Q:   What is the importance of taking IBSAT mock test?

A:
Preparation for the IBSAT is incomplete without taking the mock tests/sample papers. IBSAT mock tests are a important part of the preparation stage. The IBSAT mock test is conducted on similar grounds to that of the actual exam. Some of the advantages of the IBSAT mock test are: 1. Helps in analysing performance: IBSAT mock test helps students in keeping up with the IBSAT preparation and performance. It helps candidates in getting an idea about their strong and weak areas. Candidates can know the pattern of the questions that have been asked repeatedly. 2. Helps in time management: IBSAT mock test helps students to get an actual exam environment. Therefore, after taking the IBSAT mock tests candidates will know how much time they require for each section and complete the question paper. Candidates can know the time to be given to difficult and easy questions. This process will help candidates in increasing their speed and accuracy. 3. Better revision: revisiting the IBSAT syllabus with the help of mock tests helps in understanding the syllabus thoroughly. IBSAT Mock tests help candidates in revisiting the important topics and syllabus of IBSAT. 4. Helps in boosting confidence: with the help of the IBSAT mock test candidates can assess their weak areas and work on the same. Once the students get familiar with the type if questions that will be asked in the exam boosts the level of confidence.
 

Section-Wise IBSAT Syllabus 2024

Section 1: Quantitative Aptitude

Quantitative ability section analyses the candidate's ability to handle numerical data and solve problems. Take a look at topics of IBSAT syllabus for the Quantitative Aptitude Section.

IBSAT Syllabus for QA Section

Number System

Work, Pipes and Cisterns

Discount

Average

Arithmetic Progression

Time and Work

Percentage

Algebra

Geometry

Co-ordinate Geometry

Mensuration

Probability

Instalment payments

Permutation & Combination

Quadratic and linear equation

Profit & Loss

Alligation & mixtures

Time-Speed-Distance

Section 2: Verbal Ability

This section assesses the candidate's ability in sentence formation skills and vocabulary. Take a look at the IBSAT Syllabus for Verbal Ability section below.

IBSAT Syllabus for VA Section

Comprehension of passage

Syllogisms

English Grammar

Punctuation

Incorrect Words

English Usage

Sentence Completion

Contextual Usage

Analogies

Vocabulary

Replace the missing words

Para Jumble

Idioms

One-word Substitution

Different usage of the same word

Fill in the Blanks

Section 3: Data Adequacy and Data Interpretation

In data interpretation, candidates have to review the data to arrive at a conclusion. Take a look at the syllabus for DA & DI section of IBSAT.

IBSAT Syllabus for DA&DI Section

Tables

Data Interpretation

Data Sufficiency

Logical Reasoning

Cause and effects

Graphs representing area

Assumption-Premise-Conclusion

Pie-Chart

Venn diagram

Critical-Reasoning

Visual reasoning

Bar-Graphs

Column graphs

Statements and Conclusions

Matrix arrangements

Linear Arrangements

Line Charts

Syllogisms

VARC Questions with Answers for Practice Quantitative Aptitude Questions with Answers for Practice DILR Questions with Answers for Practice

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Q:   How do I prepare for the IBSAT exam?

A:
The IBSAT exam is conducted for admission to management courses at the ICFAI Business School. To prepare for this exam, the following expert suggestions will be helpful: 1. Understand the syllabus and exam pattern of the IBSAT exam. 2. Devise a study plan as per the exam date and available time to study. 3. Six months are sufficient to prepare for the IBSAT therefore, utilize this time properly. 4. Complete all topics from the IBSAT syllabus four months before the actual exam. 5. Select study material carefully; for the Reading Comprehension section, Business Communication by Clark and Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis are sufficient, along with the newspaper. 6. You can study Quantitative Aptitude topics from Arun Sharma or RS Agrawal. Try to note down formulas separately to revise regularly ahead of the exam. 7. For the Verbal Ability section, the English Proficiency Test from IMS India would be sufficient. You can select other books as well, as per your requirements. 8. Nishit Sinha's Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning will be helpful in the DI section, along with a section-wise mock test. 9. In addition to the mock test, solve the previous year's IBSAT question papers two months before the exam. 10. You can refer to online IBSAT preparation guides and videos to prepare well for topics in which you are scoring lower. Be confident in your preparation to do well on exam day.
 

Q:   What will be the mode of IBSAT exam?

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The IBSAT exam (ICFAI Business School Aptitude Test), is conducted in an Computer-Based online mode. It is a computer-based test (CBT) wherein candidates are required to take the exam on a computer/laptop from their own homes. The exam is proctored remotely to ensure fairness and prevent any malpractice. During the IBSAT exam, aspirants are provided with a computer interface that allows them to answer MCQs within a specified time limit. IBSAT exam typically consists of sections covering Quantitative Aptitude verbal ability, data adequacy and interpretation, and reading comprehension. IBSAT exam is conducted for a duration of 120 minutes in which candidates have to attempt 140 questions of one mark each.
 

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Best Books for IBSAT 2024 Preparation

The best source of IBSAT 2024 preparation is the study material suggested by experts, which includes IBSAT preparation books, sample papers, mock tests, etc. Listed below are section-wise best books for IBSAT 2024.

Best Books for IBSAT: Verbal Ability 

Check out the best books for the Verbal Ability section of IBSAT in the table below.

Book

Publication/ Author

Objective General English 10,000+ questions

R.S. Aggarwal

Word Power Made Easy

Norman Lewis

Mastering the Verbal Ability for CAT

Ajay Singh

Business English and Communication

Clark

Best Books for IBSAT: Quantitative Section 

Take a look at the table below to know the best books for the Quantitative Aptitude section.

Book

Publication/ Author

Quantitative Ability

Nishit Sinha

Quantitative Aptitude

Arun Sharma

Quantitative Aptitude 

Abhijit Guha

Best Books for IBSAT: Data Adequacy & Data Interpretation 

Check out the best books to read for Data Adequacy and Data Interpretation.

Book

Publication/ Author

Guide to Verbal Ability and Logical Reasoning

Pearson Publication

Logical and Analytical Reasoning

Ashok Gupta

Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning

Arun Sharma

Data Analysis & Interpretation Data Sufficiency

Think Tank of Kiran Prakashan

Best Books for IBSAT: Reading Comprehension 

The table below depicts the best books to read to ace the RC section of the IBSAT 2024 exam.

Book

Publication/ Author

30 Days to a More Powerful Vocabulary Mass Market Paperback

Wilfred Funk & Norman Lewis/ Simon & Schuster

CAT Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension

Gautam Puri

How to Prepare for Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension

Arun Sharma & Meenakshi Upadhyay

Verbal Ability & Comprehension for CAT/XAT/GMAT/IIFT/CMAT/MAT/Bank PO/SSC

Bharat Patodi and Aditya Choudhary

Q:   If I am preparing for CAT, do I need to prepare separately for IBSAT?

A:
If you are preparing for CAT exam then you don't need to prepare separately for IBSAT exam. The reason behind this is the topics which are asked in CAT exam are the same topics that are asked in IBSAT exam. So, both exams are almost same but the thing differs is difficulty level. CAT is tougher as compared to IBSAT. So, try to prepare for CAT exam because this can help you score good marks in IBSAT. IBSAT exam includes Reading Comprehension, Verbal Ability (VA), Quantitative Aptitude (QA) and Data Interpretation (DA). Whereas, CAT exam includes Verbal Ability (VA), Reading Comprehension (RC), Data Interpretation (DI), Logical Reasoning (LR) and Quantitative Aptitude (QA). So, both the exams are having similar content. Preparing for CAT exam can cover the IBSAT exam syllabus too and this can help a candidate in every aspect.
 

Q:   Which are the most important topics to focus for IBSAT preparation?

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There is nothing like an important topic for the preparation. You have to go with complete preparation for the exam. There are a number of exams conducted in India for the MBA type courses. Exams like CAT, XAT, GMAT, MAT, IBSAT, NMAT, SNAP, etc. have some minor tweaking and variations apart from the main sections. Each of these exams has quantitative aptitude, verbal reasoning, logical reasoning and data interpretation, apart from GK or essay writing section in some of the exams. So, you have to prepare accordingly for these exams either by taking coaching classes or correspondence course or by self-preparation or by following recommended books. After you have prepared for the most difficult level questions, you may try to get some question banks for the specific exam you are targeting either offline mode i.e. books on exams or online mode i.e. free question banks websites or paid question banks for practice.
 

IBSAT 2024 Exam Pattern

For a better understanding of the IBSAT exam, take a look at the exam pattern of IBSAT 2024 as mentioned below:

  • There is no negative marking in the IBSAT exam

  • The question paper will contain 140 questions carrying one mark each

  • The total marks allotted for the IBSAT exam is 140

  • There is no sectional time limit in the IBSAT exam 

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FAQs on IBSAT 2024 Syllabus

Check below the frequently asked questions on IBSAT syllabus:

Q:   How can I crack IBSAT in 6 months?

A:
IBSAT is an online management aptitude test which is conducted by The ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education. The test scores are used for the intake of MBA and PhD programs of ICFAI Business School, The campuses that consider these scores are Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Dehradun, Gurgaon, Jaipur, Kolkata, Mumbai and Pune. Each section except Verbal Ability has 30 questions. The Verbal Ability section has 50 questions Verbal ability section in IBSAT exam basically tests students written language abilities. To clear this section, you must follow strategies like making a habit of reading more newspapers, quality magazines, novels etc. Spending qualitative time in reading also helps to overcome your weakness in your language skills. The verbal ability section of IBSAT exam is classified into following parts - Vocabulary Usage - Para Jumble - English Grammar - Replace the missing words - English Usage Few tips and tricks for IBSAT Preparation are - The first step to follow is IBSAT previous years question papers in order to understand the structure of the exam. You may also try solving them within the 120 minutes and examine the answers after completing the paper. - Make sure to check the speed while solving the questions. Time management plays a very critical role as the candidates will get more than a minute for each question. To improve this part, solve sample papers and try mock tests. - Since IBS is a Computer Based test, the candidates are recommended to appear for as many mock tests as possible. The online mock test will offer a similar atmosphere as that of the exam. - Do not lose confidence and do not get anxious in the exam or solving the sample papers. Go through the questions cautiously and try to comprehend them and then solve them. - Try reading newspapers, magazines, novels, books, journals, etc. for a better hold over vocabulary.
 

Q:   Which are important topics for IBSAT Quantitative Ability?

A:

The Quantitative Ability section of IBSAT covers various mathematical problems and concepts like solving skills. Here are some important topics you should focus on while preparing for IBSAT Quantitative Ability section:

  • Arithmetic: Percentages, Ratios and Proportions, Profit and Loss, Time and Work, Time, Speed and Distance, Averages, Simple and Compound Interest.
  • Algebra: Equations, Inequalities, Functions, Quadratic Equations, Progressions.
  • Geometry: Basic Geometry, Mensuration, Coordinate Geometry.
  • Number System: Number properties, Divisibility, HCF and LCM, Factors and Multiples.
  • Data Interpretation: Tables, Bar Graphs, Line Graphs, Pie Charts, Data Sufficiency.
  • Probability and Statistics: Basic Probability, Permutations and Combinations, Averages, Measures of Dispersion.

You must practice a variety of questions from the topics mentioned above to develop your problem-solving abilities and improve your speed. Additionally, referring to previous years' question papers and mock tests can provide valuable insights to IBSAT exam pattern.

 

Q:   How can I crack IBSAT in 1 year?

A:
IBSAT exam is comparatively easy as compared to other MBA entrance tests. You must work on efficiency and time management. Reasoning section, the candidates can practice through mock tests to be precise and accurate. Since for this section, there is no precise formula, the candidates can solve as many mock tests as possible. Simple preparation for this section can be done by solving puzzles and riddles. Quantitative section, the candidates can prepare from the NCERT books or secondary and Higher secondary level mathematics books. Candidates can also opt for solving mock tests, previous years ATMA question papers and CAT question papers. Lastly, for the verbal section, the candidates can brush up their grammar, vocabulary and increase their reading speed. Reading from various topics can give an advantage while dealing with long passages. It is essential that students refer to previous years question papers and rely on mock tests, as this will make them familiar with the paper pattern and will give them an idea about the type of questions asked. Thus, students are better prepared for the examination.
 

Q:   Which is the easiest of MBA entrance exams in India out of these: NMAT, MAT, CAT, IIFT, SNAP, CMAT, IBSAT, XAT?

A:
Syllabus of all MBA entrance examinations such as CAT, XAT, MAT, NMAT, SNAP, CMAT, IIFT etc is similar with only minor differences. Toughness of examination is based on ratio of seats virus number of candidates appearing in MBA Entrance examination. CAT is the toughest because its score is used by legacy IIMs which are the best B-Schools in India. In India, based on MBA aspirants feedback, CMAT is the easiest MBA entrance examination. Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) is a national level entrance examination conducted by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) every year as per the directions of Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India. The CMAT is a three hour computer based online test which is conducted in a single session to evaluate the candidates’ ability across various segments like Quantitative Technique, Logical Reasoning, Language Comprehension and General Awareness. There is no fixed syllabus of CMAT examination. CMAT syllabus revolves around Basic Mathematics (mostly arithmetic from standard 1 to 10), Reasoning and Reading Comprehension.
 

Q:   How should I prepare for IBSAT?

A:
To prepare for the IBSAT (ICFAI Business School Aptitude Test), you can follow these steps: 1. Understand the IBSAT Exam Pattern and Syllabus: Acquaint yourself with the structure and pattern of the IBSAT exam. It typically consists of sections like Verbal Ability, Reading Comprehension, Quantitative Ability, Data Interpretation, and Analytical Reasoning. Knowing the exam format will help you plan your preparation accordingly. 2. Create an Effective Study Plan: Develop a comprehensive study plan that covers all the topics and sections of the IBSAT syllabus. Allocate specific time slots for each subject and section, giving more emphasis to your weaker areas. Ensure that your study plan is realistic and allows you sufficient time for revision and practice. 3. Decide Study Materials: Collect relevant study materials and resources for each section of the exam. These can include textbooks, reference books, online resources, and previous years' question papers. Make sure you have access to quality study material that covers the entire syllabus. 4. Learn and Review Concepts: Begin by understanding the fundamental concepts of each section. Take the time to grasp the underlying principles and techniques involved. Once you have a solid foundation, move on to more advanced topics. Regularly revise the concepts to strengthen your understanding. 5. Practice Regularly: Practice is crucial to succeed in IBSAT. Solve a variety of practice questions and sample papers to improve your speed and accuracy. This will also familiarize you with the exam pattern and help you identify your strengths and weaknesses. Consider joining a mock test series to simulate the exam environment and assess your performance. 6. Improve Time Management: Time management is crucial during the exam. Practice solving questions within the allotted time frame for each section. Identify time-consuming sections and work on improving your speed by adopting various techniques like skipping difficult questions and revisiting them later. Regular practice will help you optimize your time management skills. 7. Analyse and Review: After attempting practice tests and mock exams, thoroughly analyze your performance. Identify your weak areas and focus on improving them. Review your mistakes and understand the concepts or techniques you missed. Regularly monitor your progress and make adjustments to your study plan accordingly.
 

Q:   What is the syllabus and exam pattern of IBSAT?

A:

Candidates who wish to pursue MBA/ PGPM programme from ICFAI Business School (IBS) need to appear for IBSAT exam. This is held in computer-based mode. IBSAT comprises Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) that are distributed among 4 sections Verbal Ability. Reading Comprehension, Quantitative Aptitude, Data Sufficiency and Data Interpretation. The total number of questions asked in the exam is 140. Exam is of 120 minutes without negative marking. Find below the section-wise syllabus: 

1. Verbal Ability: The questions are based on sentence correction, fill in the blanks, synonyms, antonyms, grammar, idioms etc. The No. of questions asked in Verbal Ability section is 50.

2. Reading Comprehension: The candidates are required to read the passages and answer the questions based on these passages. No. of question asked is 25.

3. Quantitative Aptitude: Question are from numerical ability and problem-solving skills of the candidates. The questions are based on topics like algebra, LCM, HCF, mensuration, ratio & proportion, geometry, time & speed, statistics, probability, simple & compound interest, permutations & combinations etc.

4. Data Sufficiency & Data Interpretation: The questions are based on pie charts, tables, bar/ line graphs etc. These questions must be answered on the basis of quick calculations. 

Q:   Which are the important topics for IBSAT Verbal Ability section?

A:

The IBSAT Verbal Ability section assesses your English language skills which includes reading comprehension, vocabulary, grammar, and verbal reasoning. Here are some VA important topics you should focus on for preparation:

  • Reading Comprehension: Practice reading passages and improve comprehension skills. Understand the main idea, identify supporting details, and draw inferences from the text.
  • Vocabulary: Enhance vocabulary by learning new words, their meanings, and usage. 
  • Grammar: This includes parts of speech, tenses, subject-verb agreement, sentence structure, and punctuation. Pay attention to common error types such as verb forms, pronoun usage, and modifiers.
  • Sentence Correction: Practice identifying and correcting grammatical errors in sentences. This may include errors in subject-verb agreement, parallelism, modifiers, and pronoun usage.
  • Para jumbles
  • Critical Reasoning: Develop your ability to analyse arguments, evaluate evidence, identify assumptions, and draw logical conclusions.
  • Idioms and Phrases: Familiarise yourself with common idioms, phrases, and expressions used in the English language. 
 

Q:   Which are the important topics for IBSAT Data Adequacy and Data Interpretation section?

A:

For IBSAT Data Adequacy and Data Interpretation section, it is crucial to have a strong understanding of data interpretation, analysis, and problem-solving. Here are some important topics to prepare from:

  • Data Interpretation: Tables, charts, graphs (bar graphs, line graphs, pie charts), and Venn diagrams.
  • Data Sufficiency: This tests your ability to determine whether the given data is sufficient to answer a particular question.
  • Data Analysis: Topics such as averages, percentages, ratios, and comparisons. Practice solving questions that require calculations, comparisons, and logical reasoning based on the given data.
  • Logical Reasoning: It may include topics like seating arrangements, blood relations, coding-decoding, series completion, and analytical puzzles.
  • Caselets: You need to read and understand the caselet and extract relevant information, and solve the questions based on the given data.
 

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