XAT 2019 Admit Card released on Dec 22 – Know how to download here

XAT 2019 Admit Card released on Dec 22 – Know how to download here
Sreetama Datta | Dec 23, 2018 - 12:39 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, DECEMBER 22: XLRI Jamshedpur has released the XAT 2019 admit card on December 22, 2018. Candidates can download the hall tickets from the official website of XAT (xatonline.ac.in). Applicants will need to log in with their User ID and Password which they received during the registration process. It will be available in online mode only and will not be sent separately by post.

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Candidates will only have 15 days time to download the admit card, i.e. until the day of the exam. XAT 2019 will be conducted in online mode on January 6, 2019. After downloading the hall ticket, candidates must check and verify all the details printed and ensure that they are correct. In case of errors, exam authorities must be contacted immediately.

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Steps to download the XAT 2019 Admit card

  • Either visit the official website of XAT 2019 Or Click on the link given here

  • Click on the ‘Login’ tab and enter your XAT ID and Password

  • Upon successful login, XAT 2019 admit card will be displayed on the screen

  • Click on ‘Download Admit Card’

  • After downloading, take at least two print-outs and keep the soft-copy for further reference

Details mentioned on XAT Admit Card 2019

  • Candidates' name, photograph & signature

  • Candidates' Roll Number and XAT ID

  • XAT Exam Schedule

  • Name of the Test Centre and address

  • Exam day instructions, etc.

Notably, the XAT 2019 exam pattern has changed and undergone revision in terms of duration and sections. The test will be conducted in 3 hours instead of 3 hrs and 35 minutes. Let us have a look at the modified XAT exam pattern 2019.

XAT Exam Pattern


Total Time

Total Marks Allotted

No. of Questions

Negative Marking

Decision Making (DM)


180 minutes




  • 0.25 marks for any wrong answer

  • 0.05 marks for more than 8 unattempted questions


Verbal and Logical Ability (VA & LR)


Quantitative Ability and Data Interpretation (QA & DI)


General Knowledge (GK)



Marking Scheme

Every question carries one mark which means candidates will get one marks for the right answer. There is negative marking as well. 0.25 marks or 1/4th of the total marks of a question will be deducted for an incorrect response. Unattempted questions also have negative marking. Last year, beyond eight unattempted questions, there was a deduction of 0.05 marks per unattempted question. This number may change this year as it was 12 in the last to last year.

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