IIFT 2022 Analysis by T.I.M.E. - T.I.M.E will provide the IIFT exam analysis 2022 after the conclusion of the exam. T.I.M.E is one of the most coveted coaching institutes for MBA exam preparation. IIFT 2022 will be conducted on December 05, 2021, in computer-based mode. Candidates aspiring to appear for the IIFT exam will be able to check the IIFT 2022 analysis by T.I.M.E. here.
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The experts of the T.I.M.E. institute will analyze the IIFT 2022 exam on the basis of the difficulty level of the IIFT question paper, the number of candidates registered, and so forth. Aspirants will be able to know the expected IIFT 2022 cutoff with the help of IIFT exam analysis by T.I.M.E. With the help of T.I.M.E. analysis for IIFT 2022, candidates will be able to estimate their chances of getting into IIFT MBA (IB) program. Authorities will release the final result of IIFT 2022 tentatively in the last week of December 2021. Read this complete article by Careers360 to know the detailed IIFT 2022 analysis by T.I.M.E.Also Check:
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IIFT 2022 MBA entrance test
December 05, 2021
IIFT 2022 exam result announcement
Last week of December 2021
Registrations for Foreign Nationals (GMAT)
January 15 to March 15, 2022
IIFT 2022 Analysis by T.I.M.E. - Exam Overview
T.I.M.E. will release a detailed analysis for IIFT 2022 on December 05 itself. Through IIFT exam analysis by T.I.M.E., candidates can know the parameters and expected overall and sectional cutoff for IIFT as estimated by the experts of T.I.M.E.
As per previous year's IIFT TIME analysis, the duration of the exam was two hours with no sectional time limit. There were only four sections in IIFT 2021 as against six in earlier years. The exam interface was different from that of the mock test shared by NTA involved a lot of horizontal and vertical scrolling which would affect a test taker’s experience. However, it could have been mitigated by just viewing the paper in the question paper mode or by hiding the question palette. Candidates must know the exam pattern of IIFT 2022 for more details as mentioned below.
IIFT 2022 will be conducted for admission to the prestigious Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) located in Delhi, Kolkata, and Kakinada (AP). The test will be conducted across various IIFT test centres in the country from 10 AM to 12 PM in the CBT (computer-based test) format. The duration of the exam will be two hours with no sectional time limit.
There will be four sections in IIFT this year as per expectations.
Number of Questions
Marks per Question
Negative marks per question
Section A (Quantitative Reasoning)
Section B (Reading Comprehension & Verbal Ability)
Section C (Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning)
Section D (General Awareness)
As the exam analysis of IIFT is not yet released, for reference candidates can check the IIFT 2021 analysis below.
A detailed analysis of the sections of the paper is given below:
The section was higher in difficulty with lengthier questions as compared to last year's paper. The section had a total of 25 questions from multiple areas, though arithmetic appeared to rule the roost. Test takers would have noticed a huge surge in the number of questions from arithmetic like Percentages, SI-CI, Time & Work, Time & Distance, etc. The distribution is as given below:
Number of Questions
The section had some really difficult questions. A good candidate would have been able to attempt around 9-10 questions in QA. The cut-off in this section is expected to be 14-16 marks.
This section was very similar to the last year's pattern. So, students who have prepared with TIME and took their mock IIFT exams would have been prepared well for this year's exam!This section consisted of 16 questions on RCs and 19 on Verbal Ability with a total of 35 questions. There were four RC passages with four questions each. Most of the questions were Inference based or Specific Detail based. The Inference questions, however, were not very difficult to answer.
Following is a brief description of the RC part:
Approximate Word Count
Why and how social influences work / Nudging
Cultural evolution and its impact on economy
Conservatives vs Liberals approach to governance
Plastic ban and its impact on other industries
Passage 1 was clearly the lengthiest. It would have taken students close reading of at least 50% of the passage to understand what the passage was about! Such a long passage with just 4 questions to it would surely discourage students from attempting it, and it should not have been attempted.
Passages 2, 3, and 4 were shorter. Some of the questions associated with these passages were a bit tricky.
The questions in the Verbal Ability segment were an assorted mix predominantly on Vocabulary, with Grammar and Para Jumbles the following suit.
Here is a snapshot of the Verbal Ability part:
Number of Question
Incorrect question tag
Identify correct sentences
Meanings of root words
Match words with meanings
Match meanings with words
Answering the Grammar questions should have been a cakewalk as the choices were also not close either.
The Vocabulary questions could have been killers for students who did not focus on this part, but those students who prepared Vocabulary with us would have noticed many familiar words.
Of the three Para Jumble questions, two were very tricky and one was of moderate difficulty. Students would have had to rely more on logical thinking than on grammatical connectives.
Expected sectional cut-off: 32-34
This section had a total of 30 questions with 16 questions on DI and 14 on LR. The distribution of the questions is as below:
Type of set
Number of questions
Line + Bar Graph
Pie chart + Table
Circular Arrangement (Analytical Reasoning)
The DI sets were very calculation-intensive, which made the sets lengthier to solve. The LR sets were relatively easier than the DI sets. The overall difficulty level of this section can be classified as moderate-difficult. The IIFT cut-off was around 20 to 22 marks.
This year the GK section was easy. This section, apart from the regular MCQs, also had to match the following type of questions. Students who avidly read the Newspapers would have been able to handle this section with some ease. The questions were from diverse topics like Personalities, Sports, Brands, Geography, Space science, Awards, Corporate entities, Government Schemes, etc. Out of 20 questions, Static GK had 11 questions and 9 questions were based on Current Affairs.
The cut-off in this section is expected to be around 6 to 7.5 marks.
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This year, the sectional cut-offs are expected to be as below.
The overall cut-offs are expected to be around 113(+/-)3 marks.
Note: These cut-offs are for General category students.
IIFT 2020 Cutoff - Category-wise
IIFT 2019 Cutoff (General Category)
Let's have a look at the IIFT 2018 expected cutoff for all categories -
General - 38-40
OBC - 33-35
SC - 28-20
ST - 20-22
IIFT 2017 Cutoff
IIFT 2016 Cutoff
IIFT 2022 result is expected to release in the last week of December 2021. Students who appeared for the IIFT exam will be able to check their IIFT scorecard in online mode by entering their login credentials. The scorecard of IIFT 2022 will mention the candidate’s sectional as well as overall score.
IIFT cut off will be released by the institute once the result is declared. On the basis of the candidate’s score, the authorities will release the IIFT 2022 cutoff. Candidates meeting the minimum IIFT cutoff criteria will be shortlisted for the selection rounds of IIFT.