Nov 24, 2015

XAT 2016: Registration to close on November 30

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XAT 2016: Registration to close on November 30

the most waited date of the xat (xavier aptitude test) 2016 is declared on january 3, 2016. xat is act paper-based exam, which is taken for admission into qualified academic programmes of xlri (xavier labour relations institute) and xat associate member institutes. 
the exam is conducted by xlri on behalf of the xami.  the application form for the xat exam 2016 was made available in the third week of august and the dead line to fill the application form is november 30.

the score which is obtained in this test is used by more than 100 institutes for admissions. the admit cards can be downloaded from the official website of xat prior to a week before the examination. its valuable exam for those student who are seeking admission in reputed institutions to theirs fulfill flying dreams.

eligiblity criteria

all those candidates who are interested in appearing for this exam, should have completed three years of graduation or equivalent in any discipline from a recognized university from india/abroad. those candidates who are completed their final examination by june 10 may also apply.

paper pattern

xat is a pen-paper based exam. the exam will be of three hours duration, from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm.


the paper will consist of four sections namely, verbal and logical ability, decision making, quantitative ability and data interpretation and general knowledge. one thing is note respect to the exam that the marks obtained in gk section will not be used for determining the percentile and cut off at first stage of selection. despite of that, xlri and some other associate member institutes may use it at the time of final selection.

exam centres

following is the listed centre for exam.

agartala, ahmedabad, allahabad, amritsar, bengaluru, berhampur, bhopal, bhubaneswar, chandigarh, chennai, cochin, coimbatore, cuttack, dehradun, delhi, goa, greater noida, gurgaon, guwahati, hyderabad, indore, jabalpur, jaipur, jammu, jamshedpur, kanpur, kolkata, lucknow, mangalore, mumbai, nagpur, nasik, noida, patna, pune, raipur, ranchi, rourkela, sambalpur, surat, tiruchirapalli, trivandrum, udaipur, vadodara, varanasi, vijayawada, visakhapatnam.

important dates

the last date for registration is november 30

xat 2015 is on january  3, 2016

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