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Xavier Aptitude Test 2025 ( XAT )

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Updated on Apr 4, 2024 12:19 IST

XAT 2024 analysis is now available. The XAT 2024 question paper was moderately difficult. There was no change in the exam pattern or syllabus from last year.

The XAT exam analysis 2024 includes indepth discussion of sectional difficulty level, topic wise weightage, types of questions, number of good attempts and expected XAT cut offs for XLRI admission. This will help XAT candidates in assessing their performance and evaluating chances of getting into XLRI Jamshedpur or other desired B-school. 

XAT 2024 Exam Highlights

Given below is the table indicating the key highlights of XAT 2024 exam:

XAT exam details Particulars
Exam Mode CBT
Duration 210 minutes
Sections 3 (with sectional time limit)
Syllabus Verbal and Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, Data Interpretation, GK, Essay Writing
Difficulty Level Moderate to high

Q:   What is the difficulty level of the XAT exam?

A:

XAT is one of the tougher MBA entrance exams. The difficulty level of the XAT question paper is usually moderate to high. The XAT 2024 question paper was of moderate difficulty level. The Quantitative Aptitude and Data Interpretation section is usually tougher than other sections. Verbal and Logical Reasoning section is usually moderate. However, some candidates find the Verbal Ability section tough as it has questions based on Reading Comprehension passages and poem. Decision Making and General Knowledge sections are moderate to easy.

Out of 100 questions, about 70-75 attempts with 70 to 80 per cent accuracy is considered a good attempt in the XAT exam. The test takers must strive to attempt 2/3 rd of the total questions in each section for a decent overall score. If a candidate scores 95 percentile, they will be in a position to get a good college.

 

Q:   Is there any negative marking in the XAT exam?

A:

Yes, the XAT exam has negative marking of -0.25 marks for wrong attempt. Unanswered questions have no negative marking but if there are 8 consecutive unanswered questions, 0.10 marks will be deducted. Thus, the candidates must select questions to solve very carefully in the XAT exam. They should solve only those questions which they know they can solve accurately. The XAT exam has sectional time limit too, so you may not want to waste time on a question that you cannot solve accurately. You stand to lose both time and marks. So be careful in selecting questions in the XAT exam.  The sectional cut off for XAT is usually 80 percent accuracy. Practice a lot of mock tests to develop this skill.

 

 

Q:   What is the XAT section wise weightage?

A:

XAT exam is more Quantitative Ability and Verbal and Logical Ability based. Which is why these two sections have more weightage than rest of the section. And between these two, Quantitative Ability has more weightage. In terms of marks too, the Quantitative Ability has maximum weightage, i.e. 28 marks, followed by Verbal and Logical Ability with 26 marks, General Knowledge carries 25 marks and Decision Making carries 22 marks.

XAT Sections

Number of Questions

Total Marks

Decision Making

22

22

Verbal and Logical Ability

26

26

Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation

28

28

General Knowledge

25

25

Essay Writing

1 (out of 3 options)

To be evaluated at the time of shortlisting

 

XAT Analysis 2024: Sectional Weightage

There were three parts and five sections in XAT 2024 question paper. The first part of the paper comprised Decision Making, Verbal and Quants sections whereas the second part included GK section and essay writing. Check below, section wise weightage of the XAT question paper:

XAT Sections

No. of Questions

Total Marks

Decision Making

21

21

Verbal and Logical Ability

26

26

Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation

28

28

General Knowledge

25

25

Essay Writing (250 words)

1

To be evaluated after PI shortlisting

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Q:   Which section of XAT question paper is lengthiest?

A:

It depends upon each candidate which section of XAT exam paper they find lengthy. It also depends on the questions chosen for the exam in that particular year. However, it has been seen that Data Interpretation questions are usually lengthy. Overall, the Quantitative Aptitude and Data Interpretation section has the maximum number of questions i.e. 28 and candidates have to solve at least 22-24 questions to meet the desired cut off. So, this section may appear lengthy to the candidate. 

To some candidates, the Verbal Ability and Logical Reasoning section appears to be lengthy, because of dense reading comprehension passages and reasoning questions based on analogy, series, etc. The fact that both these sections are from the Part 1 of the XAT exam which is of 175 minutes makes it manageable as along with Decision Making, one can solve a decent number of QA-DI and VA-LR questions in 175 minutes.

 

Q:   What is the XAT question paper pattern?

A:

XAT question paper is similar to other MBA entrance exams, i.e. it has a limited number of MCQs. Check the table below for th pattern of XAT question paper:

XAT Exam Structure

XAT Exam Details

Mode of examination

Online

XAT sections

Part 1- Decision Making, Verbal & Logical Ability, Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation

Part 2- Mock keyboard testing

Part 3- General Knowledge and Essay Writing

Duration of exam

3 hours and 30 minutes

Number of questions

105

Total marks

105

Number of answer choices

Five

XAT marking scheme

1 mark awarded for every correct answer

0.25 marks deducted for every incorrect answer

- 0.10 mark deducted for more than 8 un-attempted consecutive questions

No negative marking in GK section

Candidates must check out previous years' XAT question papers to have an understanding of the paper pattern, topic-wise weightage and types of questions.  These official XAT question papers are available in PDF format for free download. They can download the question paper PDFs for practicing XAT questions.

 

Q:   What is the marking scheme of the XAT exam?

A:

XAT is an MCQ based test and all questions carry equal marks. The total marks of the exam is 100 and every question carries 1 mark. Decision Making carries 22 marks, Verbal and Logical Ability carries 26 marks, Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation carries 28 marks and General Knowledge carries 25 marks.

There is negative marking too in XAT, that you should be aware of. Check below the marking scheme of XAT.

  • One mark is awarded for each right answer
  • 0.25 marks is deducted for each wrong answer
  • 0.10 marks is deducted for more than eight unanswered consecutive questions
  • There is no negative marking in General Knowledge section
  • Scores of General Knowledge section will not be considered for calculating XAT score 
  • The score of Essay Writing will be taken into consideration at the time of PI shortlisting
 

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XAT 2024 Analysis

The XAT 2024 exam was moderately difficult. The QA & DI section was tougher than DM and VA & LR sections check the table below for sectional break up and difficulty level:

XAT section

Topics

Difficulty level

VA & LR

RC, Poem, fill in the blanks, Critical Reasoning, Grammar (Correct-incorrect sentence), Para jumble

Moderate

DM

Raman & Flying Grocery Store, Shalini & Nalini Incentive Given for Loyalty, Prabhu Tax Service, Go Valve & Safe Valve, Vinita Lama & SUV Decision, Vimal & Sharda Stolen Ring, ABC Business School

Moderate

QA & DI

Linear Equation, Quadratic Equation, Logarithm, Time, speed, distance, Profit and loss, Arithmetic progression, Geometry, Number system, Data Sufficiency, PnC, Polynomials, data interpretation

Moderate to Difficult

GK

History, Geography, Economics and business , Personality and awards, Science and tech, Sports, Books and authors , Current affairs, Nobel Prize, Entertainment

Difficult

Essay Topics

Tech prediction,

Social media regulation and fake news,

Abstract topic

Moderate

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XAT 2023 Analysis

  • QA-DI was tough and dominated by Arithmetic
  • Verbal and Logical Ability was easy to moderate
  • Decision Making was easy to moderate
  • GK was moderate with current affairs and static GK question
  • Essay topics were abstract in nature but doable
  • Verbal and Logical Ability section had four RC passages and one poems.

XAT Analysis 2023: VALR

The XAT Verbal Ability and Logical Reasoning section was easy and had 26 questions. The section was dominated by RC questions. This year, there was only one poem which was easy. About 16-18 attempts will be good in XAT Verbal Ability and Logical Reasoning. Check the sectional composition of XAT VALR section below:

Type of Questions

No. of Questions

Doable

RC 

4 sets with 3 questions

8

Poem

1 set with 2 questions

1

Fill in the Blanks

1

1

Critical Reasoning

7

3

Grammar/ Punctuation

3

2

Para completion

1

1

Total

26

16-18

XAT 2023 Analysis: Decision Making

The total number of Decision Making questions in XAT 2023 was 22, one more than last year. The questions were easy except for one set which was modelled on old DI type decision making questions. About 15-17 attempts will be good in this section:

Check the sectional composition of XAT Decision Making section below:

Type of Questions

No. of Questions

Doable

2 Question Sets

4

2

3 Question Sets

15

2

3 Question DI Type Set

3

3

Total

22

15 - 17

XAT Analysis 2023: QA-DI

This year, the XAT Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation section was was dominated by Arithmetic and slightly tougher than last year. About 16-18 attempts will be considered good in this section. Check out the sectional composition of XAT Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation section below:

Type of Questions

No. of Questions

Doable

Arithmetic

8

5

Numbers

4

3

Algebra

4

3

Geometry

3

1

DI 1 -Economic activity & subjective well being

3

2

Trigonometry

1

2

Data Sufficiency

2

2

investment

2

1

Probability

1

0

Total

28

16 - 18

XAT 2023 Analysis: General Knowledge

The XAT General Knowledge section as usual comprised 25 questions with a fine between current affairs and static GK. A good score in this section would be 10+.

In the Essay section, the candidates had three topics to choose one frm which were as follows:

  • Decarbonisation by India is hampering the Indian industries
  • People with less IQ are more successful
  • Taking risks in life

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Q:   How is XAT score calculated?

A:

XAT score is calculated on the basis of raw scores obtained a candidate in each section. In the XAT exam, every correct answer carries 1 mark and every incorrect entry carries – 0.25 marks. There is no negative marking for skipping a question. But, in case of eight consecutive unanswered questions, 0.10 marks will be deducted. XAT has about 99 questions on which the score calculation is done. So, for example, if you have got 70 questions correct and 8 questions in correct, then your raw XAT score will be 70 – 1 = 69.

If you have not answered 8 questions consecutively, then your score will be 69- 0.10 =  68.90. This raw score will be further calculated to arrive at XAT percentile. Check here the XAT percentile calculation process: https://www.shiksha.com/mba/articles/xat-score-vs-percentile-how-much-xat-score-will-get-me-99-percentile-blogId-52337

 

Q:   When are XAT cut offs released?

A:

XLRI Jamshedpur releases the XAT cut offs every year in the month of February after the result announcement. The XAT exam is held on the first Sunday of January and the result is announced in the last week of January. And within a week of result announcement, the XAT cut offs are released.

The XAT cut offs are released at the official website of XLRI Jamshedpur and are available for download without login. The XAT cut offs are released for PGDM-HRM and PGDM-BM gender and academic stream wise. The document contains sectional and overall cut off percentiles for male, female, male non engineering and female non-engineering categories. Selection of candidates for the Personal Interview and Group Discussion round of XLRI admission is done on the basis of these category wise cut offs.

 

Q:   What is the XAT selection criteria for XLRI admission?

A:

XAT selection criteria and admission process of XLRI Jamshedpur includes shortlisting of candidates on the basis of XAT score or GMAT score, group discussion and personal interview. The final selection is based on criteria such as entrance exam score, group discussion, personal interview, academic record, work experience, academic diversity and gender diversity. Meeting the XAT cut off is the minimum requirement to be eligible for XLRI MBA admission. Candidates who do not meet the minimum XAT cut off are not shortlisted for group discussion and personal interview round of the MBA admission process. Along with the XAT score, the institute will also take into consideration candidate's academic record (class 10, 12 and graduation score) for shortlisting candidates.

 

XAT 2022 Analysis

XAT 2022 analysis indicates that the exam was easier than CAT 2021. Re-introduction of Essay Writing did pose difficutly to some students but the exam was overall doable. The Decision Making and Verbal Ability sections were easy to attempt, whereas Quantitative Aptitude was slightly more difficult than other sections due to lengthiness of some questions. GK section was also moderate. 

XAT exam was conducted on January 2 in online mode at various exam centres from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM. The question paper as told by test takers and experts, was moderate to high difficulty level. 

XAT 2022 Analysis: Section wise

Section-wise, the highlight of XAT 2022 included easy Decision Making passages, two poems in VARC and DI oriented QADI section. Given below is the table indicating sectional-dificulty levels of XAT 2022:

XAT Sections

No. of Questions

Total Marks

Level of Difficulty

Decision Making

21

21

Moderate

Verbal and Logical Ability

26

26

Moderate

Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation

28

28

Tough

General Knowledge

25

25

Tough

Essay Writing

1

To be evaluated after shortlisting

Moderate

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FAQs Related to XAT Exam Analysis

Check below Frequently Askeed Questions (FAQs) Related to XAT Analysis:

Q:   What is the difficulty level of the Quantitative Aptitude questions in XAT?

A:
The difficulty level of the Quantitative Aptitude (QA) section in XAT varies from year to year, but generally, the QA section is considered to be moderately difficult to difficult. The questions in this section are designed to test a candidate's mathematical and analytical skills, and they cover a wide range of topics, including arithmetic, Algebra geometry, Trigonometry Probability and Statistics. The QA section of XAT often includes questions that are complex and require a high level of mathematical proficiency. The questions may be in the form of data interpretation or require candidates to use logical reasoning and critical thinking skills to arrive at the correct answer. To score well in the QA section of XAT it is important to have a strong foundation in mathematics and practice a wide variety of questions from different sources. Candidates should focus on developing their problem-solving and time management skills and work on improving their speed and accuracy in solving QA questions. Overall, the QA section of XAT can be challenging, but with proper preparation and practice, candidates can improve their performance and score well in this section. Please upvote if it was helpful.
 

Q:   How many questions are there in the Quantitative Aptitude section of the XAT exam?

A:
The number of questions in the Quantitative Aptitude (QA) section of the XAT exam can vary from year to year, but typically there are around 25-27 questions in this section. The QA section is designed to test a candidate's mathematical and analytical skills, and it covers topics such as arithmetic, Algebra geometry, Trigonometry Probability and Statistics. The questions in the QA section are of varying difficulty levels, and the section is generally considered to be one of the more challenging sections of the XAT exam. To score well in this section, it is important to have a strong foundation in mathematics, as well as the ability to solve problems quickly and accurately under time pressure. It is recommended that candidates practice a wide variety of QA questions and take regular mock tests to improve their speed and accuracy. Additionally, candidates should also focus on developing their time management skills and prioritizing questions based on their level of difficulty to maximize their overall score in the QA section. Please upvote if it was helpful.
 

Q:   When will the XAT results for 2024 be announced?

A:
Xavier Aptitude Test result 2024 will be announced about 20 days after the exam. The Xavier Aptitude Test 2024 scorecards will be available for download on the exam website. Students can download their scorecards by using their login credentials. Hardcopy of the scorecard will not be sent to any student. XAT 2024 Exam Dates & Schedule: XAT 2024 Exam Registration: August 2023 to December 2023 XAT 2024 admit card download: December 2023 XAT 2024 Exam: 7 January 2024 XAT 2024 response sheet released: January 2024 XAT 2024 answer key challenge window opens: January 2024 XAT 2024 result: January 2024 XAT 2023 Cut-Offs Release: February 2024 For more information, visit the Shiksha Xavier Aptitude Test exam date page. (https://www.shiksha.com/mba/xat-exam-dates). I hope this will help you.
 

Q:   What is the XAT 2023 cut off?

A:

XAT cut off is released category wise. The cut off percentile for female candidates and male candidates are different. The cut offs for engineering and non engineering candidates are different and XAT cut offs for PGDM BM and PGDM HRM are different.

The XAT 2023 cut offs for PGDM HRM program, for male engineering candidates was 93 percentile while that for female engineering students, it was 91 percentile. XAT cut off 2023 for male applicants from a non-engineering background was 90 percentile and for women candidates from a non-engineering background is 88 percentile. For the PGDM BM program, the XAT 2023 cut off for male engineering candidates was 95 percentile and for female engineering students it was 92 percentile. Male applicants from a non-engineering background required a 95 percentile and women from a non-engineering background required 92 percentile. The sectional cut off percentiles are also different for different categories and courses. You can check the official XAT 2023 cut offs in detail here: https://www.shiksha.com/mba/xat-exam-cutoff

 

Q:   What is the marking scheme of the XAT exam?

A:

XAT is an MCQ based test and all questions carry equal marks. The total marks of the exam is 100 and every question carries 1 mark. Decision Making carries 22 marks, Verbal and Logical Ability carries 26 marks, Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation carries 28 marks and General Knowledge carries 25 marks.

There is negative marking too in XAT, that you should be aware of. Check below the marking scheme of XAT.

  • One mark is awarded for each right answer
  • 0.25 marks is deducted for each wrong answer
  • 0.10 marks is deducted for more than eight unanswered consecutive questions
  • There is no negative marking in General Knowledge section
  • Scores of General Knowledge section will not be considered for calculating XAT score 
  • The score of Essay Writing will be taken into consideration at the time of PI shortlisting
 

Q:   How is the XAT percentile calculated?

A:
The XAT percentile is calculated based on the performance of a candidate relative to all other test-takers who appear for the XAT exam in a particular year. The percentile is a measure of the percentage of test-takers who have scored less than the candidate in the exam. The formula used to calculate the XAT percentile is as follows: Percentile = [ (Number of candidates who scored less than the candidate / Total number of candidates who appeared for the exam) x 100] For example, if a candidate scores 80 marks out of 100 in the XAT exam and 20,000 candidates appear for the exam, and out of those 20,000 candidates, 18,000 candidates score less than the candidate, then the percentile for the candidate would be calculated as follows: Percentile = [ (18,000/20,000) x 100] = 90 Therefore, the XAT percentile for the candidate would be 90. It is important to note that the XAT percentile may vary from year to year depending on the performance of all test-takers in the exam. Additionally, each participating institute may have its own cutoff percentile based on which candidates are shortlisted for the next stage of the admission process.

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Answered 2 months ago

The table below shows the government top XAT colleges in India along with their total tuition fee:

College Name

Total Tuition Fee

NIT Calicut Admission

INR 4 lakh

Chandragupt Institute of Management Admission

INR 6 Lacs - INR 8 lakh

Tezpur University Admission

INR 63,000

Indian Institute of Forest Management Admission

INR 12 lakh

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INR 33,000

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Answered 2 months ago

There are many IIMs in India which are not accepting XAT scores. Some of them are mentioned below along with their NIRF rankings 2023 and total tuition fees:

College NameNIRF Ranking 2023Total Tuition Fee
XLRI Xavier School of Management9INR 24 Lacs - INR 30 lakh
Amity University Noida28INR 6 Lacs - INR 13 lakh
Great Lakes Institute of Management Chennai31INR 9 Lacs - INR 11 lakh
GIM33INR 18 lakh
Christ University60INR 5 Lacs - INR 9 lakh

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Tasbiya Khan

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Answered 2 months ago

The table below shows the private top XAT accepting MBA colleges in India along with their total tuition fee:

College Name

Total Tuition Fee

XLRI Xavier School of Management Admission

INR 24 Lacs – INR 30 lakh

Amity University Noida Admission

INR 6 Lacs – INR 13 lakh

LPU Admission

INR 8 Lacs – INR 10 lakh

Great Lakes Institute of Management Admission

INR 9 Lacs – INR 11 lakh

GIM Admission

INR 18 lakh

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Tasbiya Khan

Contributor-Level 10

Answered 2 months ago

The general eligibility criteria to get MBA admission to XAT colleges in India are listed below:

  • Candidates should have a bachelor's degree or equivalent qualification in any discipline from a recognised university or institution with a minimum of 50% aggregate.
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Tasbiya Khan

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Answered 2 months ago

Refer to the table below for a detailed overview of the top MBA colleges accepting XAT score in India along with their average placement package and the prominent recruiters:

College Name

Annual Average Package

Top Recruiters

XLRI Xavier School of Management Placements

INR 28 LPA – INR 30 LPA

HCL, HUL, PwC, Reliance, Tata Steel, etc.

Amity University, Noida Placements

INR 6 LPA

Microsoft, Google, Amazon, Deloitte, Flipkart, Adobe, Accenture, etc.

LPU Placements

INR 6 LPA

Infosys, L&T, Amazon, HCL, IBM, TCS,  ICICI Bank, etc.

Great Lakes Institute of Management Placements

INR 11 LPA

Accenture, Deloitte, Cognizant, Deloitte, Infosys, etc.

GIM - Goa Institute of Management Placements

INR 11 LPA - INR 15 LPA

Cognizant, Accenture, HCL, TCS, Amazon, etc.

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Hi, to determine the worth of joining MBA colleges accepting XAT score in India, you need to go through its ROI. Listed below are some of the colleges along with their total tuition fees and average placement package:

College Name

Total Tuition Fee

Annual Average Package

XLRI Xavier School of Management MBA

INR 24 Lacs – INR 30 lakh

INR 28 LPA – INR 30 LPA

Amity University, Noida MBA

INR 6 Lacs – INR 13 lakh

INR 6 LPA

LPU MBA

INR 8 Lacs – INR 10 lakh

INR 6 LPA

Great Lakes Institute of Management MBA

INR 9 Lacs – INR 11 lakh

INR 11 LPA

GIM - Goa Institute of Management MBA

INR 18 lakh

INR 11 LPA - INR 15 LPA

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Tasbiya Khan

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Answered 2 months ago

Hi, XLRI emerged to be the No. 1 MBA college accepting XAT score in India. Listed below are some of the other colleges along with their NIRF rankings from 2021 to 2023:

College Name

NIRF 2021

NIRF 2022

NIRF 2023

XLRI

8

8

9

Amity University, Noida

29

28

28

Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai

24

31

31

LPU

37

34

32

GIM

35

36

33

IMI, Delhi

26

30

34

TAPMI

32

38

42

Jaipuria Noida

59

51

47

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