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IIFT (26th Nov 2006) :
Will say that it was an attempt to make a tough paper in which they succeeded but in the process lost the main focus of testing the required skill set. Such kind of paper will not help the institute in improving the quality of candidates the institute get.
New features in the IIFT 2006 TEST :
There were 4 sections in the paper as per format given below. Paper was all about selection of proper question.
The Quantitative section had two parts . In Part 1 there were 13 questions with multiple correct answer and there was no negative marking in this part. Each question in this part had 0.95 marks allocated. Part 2 had 17 question with only one option correct . Each question was of 0.95 marks with 0.32 negative marking for wrong answer. There were 10 question on Algebra, Geometry and arithmetic each. The questions were real tough and time consuming.
GK section had 26 question with multiple correct answer. There was no negative marking in this section and the maximum marks for each question was 0.85 . The questions were very tough and if you got 5 or more answer correct you have performed well. Questions were from History , geography, Science, world bodies and world events, Constitution etc.
Reasoning and DI section had 2 parts. In part 1 there were 15 questions with multiple correct answer each question had maximum 1 marks and there was no negative marking for this part. Part 2 had 12 questions with one correct answer . There was negative marking of 1/3 for each wrong answer and 1 mark for each correct answer.
The English section was divided into 2 parts. The verbal ability part had 15 questions with 0.96 marks allocated to each question and had negative marking of 0.32 for each wrong answer.
Expected Cut off :
IIFT Delhi 23 with 6 cut off for each section.
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