Updated On : August 24, 2023
Summary: The St Xaviers Exam Analysis 2023 helps you understand the difficulty level of the paper, the number of good attempts and the approximate cut-off marks to get admission into the college.
St. Xaviers Exam is held yearly to offer admission to the Bachelor in Mass Media (BMM) and Bachelor in Management Studies (BMS) programs.
To assist all students who took the exam, a comprehensive analysis of the exam helps to understand the general difficulty level of the paper.
Our experts at Supergrads will analyze the difficulty level of the question paper and also gather student reactions about the exam.
Once the exam concludes, our experts will provide St Xaviers Exam Analysis 2023 on the youtube channel. Stay tuned!
Here are important events and dates for St Xaviers Exam:
|St. Xavier’s Exam Application Process||29 Apr - 2 Jun 2023|
|Issuance of Admit Card||5 June 2023|
|Xavier’s Entrance Test Date||7 June - 11 June 2023|
|Xavier's first merit list||July 2023|
There were 5 sections in the exam with no negative marking. Hence it's advised all students attempt all questions.
Candidates with marks above cut-off marks will be shortlisted for the counselling round.
It is an online mode of exam conducted for 1 hour 45 minutes across various exam centres.
|Exam||St. Xaviers Exam 2020|
|Conducting Body||St. Xaviers College|
|St Xaviers Exam Date||June 3rd Week 2020|
|No. of Sections||5|
|Mode of Exam||Offline Mode|
|Type of Questions||Objective ode (Multiple Choice Questions)|
|Time Duration||1 Hour 45 Minutes|
|Negative Marking||No Negative Marking|
|No, of Sections||5|
The St Xaviers Exam Analysis 2023 not only helps students who have finished writing the exam but also students preparing for it. Along with practising mocks and solving previous year papers ensure you analyse the exam paper as well.
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