JIPMAT 2022: Exam Analysis

JIPMAT 2022 was conducted by National Testing Agency on July 3, 2022 for admissions into five-year Integrated Programme in Management (IPM) at IIM Jammu and IIM Bodhgaya. The two IIMs started the program for the first time in 2021, and they have a joint entrance exam instead of separate ones.

The paper comprised 100 questions across three sections: Quantitative Aptitude (MCQ); Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning (MCQ), and Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (MCQ). The duration of the exam was reduced to 150 minutes, with no sectional time limit.

Every correct attempt would fetch 4 marks, while every incorrect attempt would attract a penalty of 1 mark (except for short answer section).

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JIPMAT Admit Card & Exam Day Guidelines

NTA has released the JIPMAT admit card on their official website. The candidates can log in with their registered credentials to download the JIPMAT 2022 admit card. Once you have successfully logged in, download the admit card, and preferably keep a hard copy ready to avoid any unwanted hindrances on exam day. Without it, you will not be allowed inside the exam centre. A few things to keep in handy for the day are:

JIPMAT 2021: Exam Analysis

JIPMAT 2021 comprised 100 questions across three sections: Quantitative Aptitude (MCQ); Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning (MCQ), and Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (MCQ). The duration of the exam was reduced to 150 minutes, with no sectional time limit.

Every correct attempt would fetch 4 marks, while every incorrect attempt would attract a penalty of 1 mark (except for the short answer section). Below is the section-wise good attempts for each of the section in JIPMAT 2021.

JIPMAT 2021: Overview

Section No. of Questions Good Attempt
Quantitative Aptitude 33 27-28
Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning 33 27-28
Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension 34 28-30
Total 100 82-86