Indian Institute of Foreign Trade Admission Test (IIFT)

It is a national-level MBA Entrance Exam for admission into the MBA International Business course of the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade. IIFT is the institution that provides admissions to candidates, who wish to pursue their Masters in Business Administration (MBA) in International Business and wish to have entrepreneurial skills that will help India enhance its economy.

IIFT Exam Eligibility

Applicants must abide by the Eligibility criteria before applying for the entrance exam to avoid disqualification in the end. The complete details about the Eligibility for IIFT MBA are given below:

Nationality

IIFT Exam notification does not provide any restriction on Nationality as an eligibility criterion. The selection procedure for Indian Nationals and Foreign Nationals/NRIs is different. The Foreign Nationals/NRIs can seek admission into IIFT based on the General Management Aptitude Test (GMAT) score, whereas Indian Nationality students must appear for the IIFT Exam for admission.

IIFT Age Limit

As per the IIFT Selection Procedure and eligibility details, there is no upper age limit to appear in this exam. Candidates of any age may apply for the IIFT Exam if they have the desired educational qualification.

IIFT Educational Qualification

Educational qualification dictates that the applicant must have a bachelor’s degree of a minimum of 3 years in any discipline. The bachelor’s degree must be from a recognized institute or an equivalent institution. The IIFT Educational Qualification percentage varies according to the category.

IIFT Syllabus

The syllabus for IIFT Exam has been categorized into 4 parts.

  • Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension
  • Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation
  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • General Knowledge & Awareness
Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation Quantitative Aptitude
Vocabulary Blood relations Percentages
Analogies Syllogisms Simple interest
English proficiency Linear & Matrix Arrangements BODMAS
Sentence Reconstruction Verbal Logic Arithmetic Mean
Fill in the blanks Puzzles Set Theory
Paragraph completion Cause & Effect Mode
Grammar Data Structures Probability
Odd word out Alphabetical Series Logarithm
Synonyms Visual & Critical Reasoning Standard Deviation
Spelling mistakes Family Tree Problem Instalments/ payments
Sentence formation Decision Making Number System
Sentence improvement Series Arithmetic Progression
Rearrangement of words

in sentence

Coding-Decoding HCF & LCM

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