IIM Rohtak conducted the IPM-AT on 17th July 2021 in non-Invigilated online mode across the country. After a couple of postponements owing to the current pandemic situation, the test was finally administered. The question paper had a total of 120 MCQs across the three sections – Quantitative Ability, Logical Reasoning and Verbal Ability with 20 questions in each area, respectively. Order of sections was also pre-defined. Each question carried 4 marks and there was a negative marking of 1 mark for each of the wrong responses. There was no negative marking for non-MCQs. Like last year, there was no sectional time limit this year too.
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Let us now have a look at the individual sections:
Section 1: Quantitative Ability
This section was moderate-difficult in terms of difficulty. The questions were predominantly asked from Arithmetic (SI/CI, Speed Maths, Percentages/Profit & Loss, Time & Distance, Time & Work Averages, Ratio-Proportion, etc). Questions from other areas were from Permutations & Combinations, Probability, Geometry, Trigonometry, etc were also present in the paper.
Section 2: Logical Reasoning
The LR proved to be yet again an easy section. The section saw questions from a gamut of topics. A significant number of questions were present from Arrangements & Distributions, Blood Relation, Direction sense, Coding-Decoding, Analogies, Series, Clocks, Syllogisms, Statement-Assumption, Data Sufficiency, Calendar, etc.
Section 3: Verbal Ability
There were no surprises in the Verbal Ability section. The section was easy, and a good number of questions could have been attempted in the given time. There were two Reading Comprehension passages with a total of 10 questions. Apart from this, a wide range of areas were tested viz., Sentence completion, Error Identification, Analogy, Idioms and Phrases, Short Passage based, Synonym-Antonym, Para Formation, etc.
A good number of attempts in the exam should be around 85-87 with about 85% accuracy
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