XAT 2019 Admit Card
Candidates who have submitted the application forms along with the prescribed fee are eligible to download the XAT 2019 admit card online. The hall tickets of XAT 2019 will be issued on 20th December 2018. The XAT aspirants are advised to use their login credentials (ID and Password) to download and take a printout for future use. The call letter is supposed to possess details like name of the candidate, DOB, centre name & address and exam day instructions.
XAT 2019 Answer Key
Xavier Labour Relation Institute will release the answer key of Xavier Aptitude Test 2019 in the fourth week of January 2019. It will be available in PDF format, which will further help the candidates check their answers and estimate scores accordingly. With the help of the answer key, the students can easily make out from which colleges they will get a call from.
XAT 2019 Result
To check the XAT result 2019, students can log on to the official website (already mentioned above) and use XAT ID and Password. The result will be declared on 31st January 2019. The hard copy of the result will be sent by the authority to the registered address of the candidates. It would mainly contain the scorecard (overall score). The scorecard needs to be preserved well until the admission process is accomplished.
XAT 2019 Scorecard
Once the result is announced, the Authority will release the XAT scorecard 2019. It can be accessed between 31st January and 31st March 2019. The scorecard will carry overall as well as individual subject marks.
XAT 2019 Cut-off
Various factors determine the XAT cut-off 2019 – difficulty level of the entrance test, number of seats offered in the programme, number of test takers, etc. The cut-off will be declared after the results are out.
XAT 2019 Selection Procedure:
The selection procedure comprises two major stages –
- Students are shortlisted based on the XAT score and the cut-off of the participating institutes.
- Writing Ability Test (Essay Writing or Group Activity or Group Discussion) and PI (Personal Interview)
The selection process varies from institute to institute. The overall profile of the candidates will be checked and verified.
XAT 2019 Preparation Tips:
- Be well-versed with the syllabi and exam pattern
- Prepare an exam-like timetable
- Practice mock test series and previous years’ sample papers and question papers
- Follow the best study materials and books
- Take ample rest and follow a healthy diet
XAT Exam 2019 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
Q 1: What is XAT and who is the conducting authority?
A: XAT, also known as Xavier Aptitude Test, is a national-level management entrance test conducted by XLRI – Xavier School of Management.
Q 2: When will the XAT 2019 exam commence? If I have to apply, when should I expect the application form?
A: The exam is scheduled to be held 6th January 2019. The application process is available on the official website. The Authority will conclude the registration process on 30th November 2019.
Q 3: Is it mandatory to have a Bachelor’s Degree to appear for the test?
A: Yes, it is. However, students who are in the final year can apply too.
Q 4: What about the NRI students? Are they eligible for XAT 2019?
A: Foreign nationals and NRIs can apply through GMAT scores.
Q 5: How would candidates know that the application form is submitted correctly?
A: Upon successful registration, candidates will be indicated with a system-generated XAT ID. Note it down for future use. However, it is important to fill the form carefully. Forms that are submitted cannot be modified or changed.
Q 6: What is the mode of the exam?
Q 7: What is the duration of XAT 2019?
A: The duration of the exam is 3 hours and 35 minutes. It will be done in two papers – Paper I and Paper II. However, there will be no gap between the papers.
Q 8: Is there any prescribed syllabi for XAT?
A: No. Check the above syllabi section to know more.
Q 9: If I score below 50% in Bachelor’s programme, will I be denied to sit in the test?
A: No. You are actually eligible for the test.
Q 10: What is the age bar for the XAT test?
A: There’s no age limit for the exam.