JIPMAT 2021 Exam Analysis

JIPMAT or Joint Integrated Programme in Management Admission Test was conducted on 10th August 2021 from 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM. NTA conducted the exam on behalf of IIM Jammu and IIM Bodhgaya. The two colleges will provide admissions to aspiring candidates based on their JIPMAT scores. The national level exam will be conducted in online mode.
The exam contained 100 questions divided into three sections –Verbal Ability, Logical Reasoning, and Quantitative Aptitude. For every right answer, candidates will be awarded +4 marks, and for every wrong answer, -1 mark will be deducted.
JIPMAT 2021: Key Highlights
  • The exam was conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA).
  • The mode of examination wasan online centre-based test.
  • The exam will include 100 questions divided into 3 sections.
  • The logical reasoning section of JIPMAT was lengthy and time-consuming.
  • The overall difficulty level of the exam was easy to moderate.
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JIPMAT 2021: Overview
Mode of the JIPMAT 2021 Exam
Computer-Based Test
Number of Sections
3
Number of Questions
100
Total Marks
400
Negative Marking
-1 for the wrong Answer in Multiple Choice Question
Number of Choices
4
Duration of the exam
100 minutes
Test type
Multiple Choice Question
Medium 
English Language 
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JIPMAT 2021: Exam Pattern
Section
Number of Questions
Sectional Time Duration
Quantitative Aptitude
35
35
Logical Reasoning
30
30
Verbal Ability 
35
35
JIPMAT 2021 Analysis: Difficulty Level
Section
Difficulty Level
Quantitative Aptitude
Moderate
Logical Reasoning
Easy
Verbal Ability
Easy
Overall
Easy to Moderate
JIPMAT 2021 Exam Analysis: Good Attempts
As per the JIPMAT 2021 exam analysis and student reviews, reasonable attempts are around 82-86 questions.
Section
No. of Questions
Good Attempt
Quantitative Aptitude
33
27-28
Logical Reasoning
33
27-28
Verbal Ability
34
28-30
Total
100
82-86
JIPMAT 2021: Section-wise Exam Analysis
Quantitative Aptitude
The section had a total of 33 questions from different topics. Arithmetic-based questions dominated the section, and few other questions were a mix of concepts.
Topic
No. of Questions
Algebra
3
Arithmetic
15
Geometry
4
Number System
4
Set Theory
1
Trigonometry
1
Arithmetic and Geometric Progression
2
A good attempt for this section will be 27-28 questions, which are considered good to ace this section.
Verbal Ability
It was one of the easiest sections of all. The section had about 34 questions, and it took just 35-40 minutes to complete all the questions.
Topic
Number of questions
Reading-Comprehension (2 short Passage)
2
Fill in the Blanks
8
Para Jumbles (sentence)
3
Error Spotting
4
Vocabulary
4
Idioms and Phrases
3
Active and Passive Voice
4
Direct-Indirect Speech
2
An attempt of 28-30 questions is possibly good for you to ace the exam.
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Logical Reasoning
In this section, only one question was asked from Data Interpretation. The section was dominated by questions from logical reasoning and was of mixed concepts.
Topic
No. of Questions
Data Interpretation (Pie Chart)
2
Syllogisms
4
Analogy
4
Series
4
Cubes
2
Coding
2
Arrangement
3
Blood Relations
2-3
Clocks and Calendar
2
Directions
1
An attempt of 27-28 questions will be considered good.
Expected JIPMAT Cut-off
The exam was conducted for the first time. So we do not have any historical records available to measure the expected cut-off. With no availability of previous trends and upon analyzing the exam, we expect the cut-off for JIPMAT 2021 to close275-290.
Below mentioned is the admission criteria for IIM Jammu and IIM Bodhgaya –
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Admission Criteria
IIM Jammu
Component
Percentage
JIPMAT Score
60
Class X Score
15
Class XII Score
15
Gender Diversity
10
IIM Bodhgaya
Component
Percentage
JIPMAT Score
70
Class X Score
15
Class XII Score
15
I hope the JIPMAT 2021 Analysis will help you in analyzing your performance and know the expected cut-off.
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