Divyosha Banda|Aug 2, 2021
IIFT 2021 exam concludes - Check expected sectional cutoff here
IIFT 2021 was conducted on January 24. Check IIFT expected cutoff for the selection process.
NEW DELHI: The IIFT 2021 exam has concluded today and based on the inputs provided by the experts and students, candidates can check the overall and sectional IIFT cutoff 2021.IIFT cutoff 2021 is the minimum marks, which one needs to secure to qualify for the next stage of IIFT admission process.
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As per IIFT exam analysis, the test was moderately difficult and candidates found the questions in the data interpretation and logical reasoning as well as quantitative ability as lengthy. According to the experts from the coaching institute the overall cutoff of IIFT is expected to be around 125. Last year, candidates belonging to the general category needed to secure 138 to be eligible to qualify for the next round of selection.
IIFT cutoff 2021- Determining factors
Some of the prominent factors which are taken into account while determining the IIFT Cutoff 2021 are:
Difficulty level of IIFT question paper
Total number of candidates appeared for IIFT 2021
Total number of seats available
Past years cutoff trends for IIFT
IIFT 2021 cutoff by Career Launcher
One of the leading management coaching centres namely Career Launcher has released IIFT cutoff 2021 on the basis of overall IIFT exam difficulty level.
IIFT 2021 overall category wise cutoff by Career Launcher
EWS & OBC
IIFT category-wise expected cutoff 2021
Cutoff (Out Of 300)
IIFT section-wise expected cutoff 2021
Reading Comprehension & Verbal Ability
Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning
IIFT 2021 Exam Analysis
Speaking about the IIFT exam analysis, Jaimin Shah,Chief Mentor, Endeavor Careers, said, “The exam paper pattern was on the same lines as compared to last year. This year the difficulty was slightly high. RC was a little lengthy and DI questions were a notch up in terms of calculation and time spent per minute would be high. I think what bothered many test-takers was that they had to scroll right and left for RC and LR sets.”
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