May 21, 2016

Important dates for XAT (Xavier Aptitude Test)

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Important dates for XAT (Xavier Aptitude Test)

by officials important dates for xat (xavier aptitude test) are yet to be announced. the national-level management aptitude test is expected to be conducted by xavier school of management, xlri (xavier labour relations institute) - jamshedpur in a pen and paper mode.

 last year, the exam was held on 3rd january, 2016. the duration of exam was 3 hours 30 minutes. this year, too candidates can expect the exam to be happening in the first month of the year. however, applicant will be notified with the exact dates and all details when the same are announced by the officials.

the exact dates of xat 2017 are yet to be announced, however, the months for exam events is as follows:

events

date

xat 2017 notification

1st week of september

commencement of application process

1st week of september

end of application process

1st week of december

downloading of admit cards

4th week of december

xat 2017

1st week of january

xat 2017 official answer key

2nd week of january

xat 2017 results

4th week of january

 

xat exam always have high level of difficulty, and apart from xlri, the scores of xat are also accepted by more than 100 b-schools offering pgdm, mba and other management courses. xlri offers three management programs which are of two-years. which are as follows:

  • business management program (bm)
  • human resource management (hrm)
  • global mba program

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