IPMAT 2020 - Do's and Dont's to be followed at the exam centre

IPMAT 2020 - Do's and Dont's to be followed at the exam centre
Divyosha Banda | Sep 5, 2020 - 4:29 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI - Indian Institute of Management, Indore (IIM Indore) will conduct the IPMAT 2020 exam in online mode and candidates must keep in mind certain do’s and don’ts. The Do’s and Don’ts for IPMAT 2020 exam are like exam instructions which the candidates must follow in order to avoid any action against them.

IPMAT Important Dates 2020



IPMAT 2020 application commenced

February 17, 2020

IPMAT 2020 application concluded

April 20, 2020

IPMAT 2020 application correction window

August 6-7, 2020

IPMAT 2020 admit card release

August 27, 2020

IPMAT 2020

September 7, 2020

Shortlisting for Personal Interview

To be notified

Do’s and Don’ts for IPMAT 2020

Keep the Admit Card Ready

The admit card of IPMAT 2020 is a very important document that the candidate has to carry with them. Without the admit card, the candidates will not be allowed to appear for the examination and may have their candidature cancelled.

Check the Exam Centre Beforehand

The candidates have to select any five test cities, as per their convenience. The candidates will get their exam centres of which they will have to get all the information, like the address. Doing so at the last moment may create chaos and may lead the candidates to miss the exam.

Check all the Exam Details

It is important to check the details of IPMAT 2020 prior to the exam being conducted so that the candidates are well-aware of the timing, location, and other such details.

Don’t Forget to Carry the Important Documents

It is mandatory to bring all the necessary documents to the IPMAT examination centre to get entry into the same. Along with the admit card candidates must carry with them the valid photo identity proof. Candidates who will not do so will not be entertained in any way and will be sent back.

Don’t Arrive at the Centre at the Last Minute

Arriving late or at the last minute at the centre does not only leave a bad impression but also juggles up things, makes a mess and leaves the candidates under stress. So to avoid all that, it is important to arrive at the test centre at least half an hour before the exam time.

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