How to ace the IPMAT Test

CL Team December 15 2022
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Eligibility Criteria and Tips to Ace IPMAT Exam

Eligibility Criteria for IPMAT Exam

  • The candidate should have scored a minimum of 60% aggregate in Class 10/SSC and Class 12/ HSC or equivalent examination in the case of the General and NC-OBC categories.
  • The candidates must have passed the qualifying examination in 2021, 2022.
  • The candidate should be a maximum of 20 years of age.
  • The candidate should have scored a minimum of 55% aggregate in Class 10/SSC and Class 12/ HSC or equivalent examination in case of SC, ST and PWD (DA) categories.

Syllabus of IPMAT Exam

  • Verbal Ability (MCQ)
  • Quantitative Ability (MCQ)
  • Quantitative Aptitude (SA)

Tips and Strategies to Ace IPMAT Exam

  1. Scheduling study plan
    To crack any exam, proper study plan is very important because you need to be self-disciplined and determined about your studies. Always create your study plan based on your needs and time by analysing your style of study. Decide the time that how much time you have to give for a particular subject of your homework, your revision. This can be done with the help of digital papers also you can do it by blocking calendar according to your classes, work and extracurricular activities.
  2. Reading articles
    Verbal ability is the most important section in IPMAT exam. An excellent way of improving your verbal ability is reading. While reading, cover a range of genres, topics, and even eras. When you start reading different types of articles you'll encounter a range of new words that will help to enhance your verbal ability and make practice of those new words continuously. A number of sources are available online which will help you to develop your vocabulary. Another good way to improve your verbal ability is to be a part of the discussion and try to do a conversation with the new words that you have learned. Always pay attention to your grammar.
  3. Work on numbers
    Quantitative ability is the section which is based on numerical problems, so to nail the exam in this section you have to work on numbers and remember that this is the most scoring section of all if your concepts are clear. Most of the students find this section a tricky one as it's related to mathematics but it's nothing like that. You just need to understand a few techniques of it then your fear of numbers will definitely go away. Practice is the best way to be friendly with numbers and it'll also help you with accuracy.
  4. Maintaining handy notes
    The habit of making notes of whatever you have studied is very important. Good study notes will make the revision process fast and easy, at the same time, it may help you in getting good marks in your exam. A good study note should be easy to understand. It will save you time, and at the same time, should contain all the important ideas of the book. So always prepare a handy notebook.
  5. Time management
    Time becomes the most valuable aspect when you are giving one of the toughest exams like IPMAT. When we talk about time management, the easiest way is to do sectional time management where you have to manage your time according to sections less time will be given to easier sections so that you can spare your time for difficult sections. If you are good at time management, it will give you confidence on another level during your exam.
  6. Mocks
    As we know that giving mock tests for any exam or any interview is one of the most traditional forms of the method for preparation. The more numbers you attempt the mock trial the closer you are to achieving your goals. Mock tests also help in the revision of the content which you have studied. When you invest your time in a mock test and you get the desired results, it boosts your confidence to another extent. On another hand, mock tests are the best way for self-analysis. Without giving a mock test, you can't judge that how good or bad is your exam preparation goingon. By continuously giving the mock test, you will not forget what you have studied, and by practicing the mock test, you will be able to know how your scores are increasing and decreasing, and then you can work accordingly.
  7. Book reference
    Entrance exams nowadays have become more competitive than ever. Preparing for a competitive exam like the IPMAT does not follow the conventional exam studying patterns. Since the areas of the syllabus are broad topics, a range of topics can be covered while studying. Some of the best books for IPMAT preparation provide constructive and helpful study tips along with syllabus completion. You can refer to some books like The Pearson Guide, Better English - Norman Lewis, Brush up your English by ST Imam, Magical Book on Quicker Maths by M.Tyra.

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