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XAT 2023 registration begins Aug 10, exam on Jan 8

Jamshedpur, Aug 9: XAT 2023 online registration will commence on the 10th of August 2022. On behalf of XAMI, XLRI conducts the XAT examination.

The Xavier Aptitude Test (XAT) is a national-level aptitude test conducted by XLRI Jamshedpur. It is one of the oldest and the second largest exam for MBA/PGDM admissions. The XAT exam will be conducted in 80+ cities across India.

XAT examination will be conducted on January 8, 2023 while the registration begins on August 10, 2022. The last for registration is November 30, 2022 and XAT Admit card can be download from December 20 onwards. XAT Registration Fee is Rs. 2000 while XLRI programmes fee is Rs 200 per programme, said a press communique.

XLRI programmes include Business Management Programme (BM), Human Resource Management Programme (HRM), General Management Programme (GMP), Fellow Programme in Management (FPM) and XLRI-Rutgers Double Masters Programme

The scores of the XAT will be valid for admissions at XLRI Jamshedpur and other Xavier Associate Management Institutes. Apart from these, the scores are accepted by over 160 premium B-schools across the country.

It further said that with latest technology and testing patterns, the XAT exam provides a holistic assessment of prospective business management candidates. It’s critical to assess the decision-making of the candidates and this sets XAT (xatonline.in) apart from any other aptitude test.

Candidates who have completed three years of bachelor’s degree or equivalent in any discipline, recognized by a university or Deemed University, are eligible to apply. Those completing their final examination by June 10, 2023, may also apply.

XAT examination will be almost like the previous years and expected pattern for 2023 will be Verbal Ability & Logical Reasoning, Decision Making, Quantitative Aptitude & Data Interpretation and General Knowledge.  

The number of questions varies year to year. There will be approximately 22-30 questions in each section and total number of questions will not exceed 100-105 including General Knowledge.

General Knowledge will not be used to determine the cutoff and will be used only during the interview stage.

For more than 72 years, XLRI has been conducting Xavier Aptitude Test (XAT) on behalf of XAMI. XAT is a national-level MBA entrance test held annually for admission to management programmes at XLRI and other top B-schools of India – Loyola Institute of Business Management, Chennai, St. Joseph’s Institute of Management, IMT Ghaziabad, GIM Goa, Sri Balaji University, TAPMI Manipal, XIMB Bhubaneswar, FORE School of Management, New Delhi etc.

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