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IIFT 2018 Complete Exam Analysis & Review 2018

IIFT Exam analysis 2018 : The Indian Institute of Foreign Trade exam 2018 Detailed Exam Analysis & Questions Asked, IIFT Answer key 2018, IIFT Expected Cut-off Marks, IIFT Complete Exam Analysis 2018.

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IIFT 2018 Exam analysis 2018

Section/Number of questions Good Attempts Expected Cut-Offs
Verbal Ability (20) 14 3
Reading Comprehension (16) 12 4.5
Quantitative Ability (20) 12 3.5
Data Interpretation (20) 8 1.5
Logical Reasoning (20) 13 4
General Awareness (18) 5 1
Total (114)  64 37-38

Section-wise IIFT exam analysis 2018 

Verbal Ability section had school level Grammar questions like identify the adjective clause, noun clause etc. The section was time consuming section as the para-jumble and para-correction questions were lengthy.

Reading Comprehension passages were lengthy and not the usual factual questions.

Quantitative Ability, although not difficult but was definitely time consuming. Maximum questions were arithmetic based while a few of them were from geometry and modern maths.

Like all exams, Data Interpretation was extensively calculations based, 1 set was easily manageable for all.

General Awareness: Surprisingly, the General Awareness section of IIFT 2018 exam was toughest with questions from current affairs and static GK. The questions were asked from a vast range of topics, from entertainment to defence exercises, international relations and world trade.



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