IIHM eCHAT Exam Pattern

IIHM eCHAT is an annual hotel management entrance test conducted by Edexcel in collaboration with International Institute of Hotel Management (IIHM). The acronym “eChat” stands for Electronic Common Hotel Admission Test and it is one of the most prestigious examination for Hotel Management (HM) admissions. Candidates who want to appear for the IIHM eCHAT will have to appear for the written examination and if they qualify the written test then they will be called for GD/PI round. In this article we are giving the information on IIHM eCHAT exam pattern, which will make the preparation for the candidates much easy.
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International Institute of Hotel Management will conduct the eCHAT in the 1st week of May. By knowing the IIHM exam pattern, the aspirants will know the type of questions in each section that the test will have. It will help them to make a strategy to clear the IIHM entrance exam. When aspirants check the IIHM exam pattern they will come to know about its marking scheme, the number of questions and the allotment of time for the each section.
IIHM Exam Pattern
The candidates appearing in the IIHM eCHAT are tested in different subjects. The exam has different questions for testing the aptitude and skills of the aspirants.
Given below are a few formats in which the candidates appearing in the exam will be tested.
  1. Multiple choice questions
  2. True/False
  3. Numeric fill-in-the-blank
  4. Text fill-in-the-blank
  5. Multiple selections (In this section the students can select multiple answers for a question)
  6. Picture-click multiple choice
IIHM eCHAT Question Topics
IIHM eCHAT exam pattern is such that it contains objective type multiple-choice questions. Topics from which questions are asked in the exam are:-
Language Comprehension
Mathematical Skills
Data Analysis and Interpretation
Intelligence and Critical Reasoning
Awareness of Indian & Global Economy
 
We hope that information given in the article IIHM eCHAT helps the candidates to prepare and qualify the exam. We wish them good luck.