Updated On : April 3, 2023
Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Indore, has revised the IPMAT selection process for 2023. As per the revised structure, a video assessment test will be conducted instead of a written and personal interview.
If you are aspiring to apply for IPMAT, then it is important to be aware of the stages involved in selection. This post takes you through complete details regarding IPMAT Selection Process 2023.
Know the process of selection for Domestic and International Applicants.
The selection process for IPMAT 2023 involves five stages, as explained below. Note that the final scores will be calculated based on an aptitude test and video-based assessment.
As per the IPMAT Exam Pattern 2023, there will be three sections in the Aptitude Test: Quantitative Ability (Multiple Choice Question-MCQ), Quantitative Ability (Short Answer Question-SA), and Verbal Ability (Multiple Choice Question-MCQ).
There are a total of 60 questions in the aptitude test, and each question carries 4 marks. Also, there is a negative marking of 1 mark for each wrong answer except for in the Quantitative Ability (SA) Section.
Have a look at the table below to know the revised structure of the IPMAT 2023.
|Section||Number of Questions||Time duration for the section||Maximum Marks||Negative Marking|
|QA (MCQ)||20||30 Minutes||80||1 mark for each wrong answer|
|QA (SA)||10||30 Minutes||40|
|VA (MCQ)||30||30 Minutes||120||1 mark for each wrong answer|
|Total||60||90 minutes (1 Hour 30 Minutes)||240||-|
At this stage, you will get qualified for the video assessment round based on positive raw scores and a minimum mark in each of the three sections of the Aptitude Test.
You will be shortlisted for video assessment based on the merit list generated based on the Aptitude Test Score (ATS).
The scores are calculated based on the below parameters.
Aptitude Test Score (ATS)
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Suppose you apply to the five-year IPM of IIM Indore as an international applicant. In that case, you will be selected based on your SAT, Written Ability Test (WAT) & Personal Interview (PI) performance. You shall not be considered for the final selection process if you fail to appear either in SAT, WAT, and PI
You will be considered for the final selection process only if you satisfy the requirements mentioned in the earlier stages. The final merit list will be generated based on the Composite Score (CS) as follows:
|SAT Test Score*||85%|
The SAT Test Score will be calculated by using the formula mentioned below:
*SAT Test Score = Candidates' Overall SAT Test Score / Maximum Possible SAT Test Score
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the selection process of the IPMAT Exam for Domestic Applicants?
The selection process of the IPMAT Exam for Domestic Applicants include 5 stages and are as follows:
What is the exam pattern of the IPMAT exam?
Is IPMAT Exam tough to crack?
How the composite score is calculated for international applicants applying through SAT Score?
The composite score for international applicants applying through SAT Score is calculated by using the below formula:
Composite score = SAT Test Score* + Personal Interview (PI) + Written Ability Test (WAT)
Where SAT Test Score* = 50, Personal Interview (PI) = 35, Written Ability Test (WAT) = 15
Is there a category-wise reservation in the IPMAT 2024 Selection Procedure?