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IPM entrance test 2022 was conducted by IIM Indore on July 2, 2022. The exam contained 90 questions across three sections viz. Quantitative Ability (MCQ) – 30 Q, Quantitative Ability (Short Answers) – 15 Q and Verbal Ability – 45 Q. Each section had a time limit of 40 min. One could move to the next section any time before the completion of the sectional time limit, but could not come back to the previous section. The order of sections was pre-defined.

In Quantitative Ability (MCQ) & Verbal Ability Sections, each correct answer fetched 4 marks and each incorrect one attracted a penalty of 1 mark. In the Quantitative Ability (Short Answers) section, answers had to be typed in the box provided against the question. These questions did not attract any negative marking.

Let us look at individual sections.

Section 1 – Quantitative Ability (MCQ) – 30 Questions (40 Min)

Topic Number of Questions
Number System 2-3
Time & work 1
Time, Speed & Distance 1
Percentage  1-2
Ratio & Proportion 1
SI-CI, Profit, Loss & Discount 2-3
Logarithms, Matrices & Determinants 2-3
Averages 1
Probability 1
Trigonometry 1
Puzzles 5
Geometry 1
   

As can be seen, this section is likely to have a wide mix of topics. There were not many sitters. LR set was moderate. The questions on inequalities could have been solved using options. The questions  based on functions was somewhat difficult while those based on coordinate geometry were moderately tough, and logarithms was doable. The rest were a mixed lot. Choice of right Q can make a lot of difference to scoring. 12-14 would have been a good attempt. With 80% accuracy, a good raw score would be 40+.

Section 2 – Quantitative Ability (Short Answers) – 15 Questions (40 Min)

Topic Number of Questions
Trigonometry 1
Matrices & Determinants 1
Algebra 2
Logarithms 1
Number System 2
Profit, Loss & Discount 1
Permutation & Combination 2
Probability 1
Time, Speed & Distance 1

The questions can be time consuming & moderately difficult. A good attempt would have been 6-8 Q. With 75-80% accuracy, one would have earned 20-25 marks as a raw score.

Section 3 – Verbal Ability – 45 Questions (40 Min)

This section is likely to be an easy section and students shouldn’t miss scoring opportunities, if student had used available time well. Here is the topic wise break up:

Topic       Number of Q
Reading Comprehension (2 passages of 300 words and 250 words each, based on labour distribution and gender stereotypes.
Most Q were fact based & could be easily answered)
12
Fill-in-the-blanks (Usage of appropriate words) 5
Idioms & Phrases 4
Sentence Improvement 4-5
Error Spotting 4
Sentence Completion 5
Para Jumbles 5

There were no pure vocabulary questions. A serious attempt of 36-38 Q was possible. With 80% accuracy, it comes to a raw score of 110.

The overall difficulty level of the exam could be similar to that of 2021 & a total raw score of 145 should be good to get a PI-WAT call.

All the best for the PI-WAT shortlist!! IPM Careers would be happy to help you with PI-WAT specific inputs and enable you to get through the last hurdle of IIM IPM 2022 selection.

IPMAT 2022 Cutoff Table

  IIM INDORE PREDICTED   CUTOFF
Category SA QA MCQ VA
EWS 12 25 55
GEN 24 36 75
NC-OBC 8 22 46
PWD 4 8 16
SC 4 12 33
ST 4 7 12


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