AIC exam analysis is done after the commencement of the exam by different private institutions and organisations. The AIC exam 2023 will be conducted on 2nd September 2023, where a total of 30 vacancies will be offered for the position of Management Trainee in Rural Management. Candidates preparing for the next exam, i.e. the September 2023 session must ensure that they understand what the general difficulty level of the exam can be, how many questions will be there, the marking scheme, and other related aspects.
For the year 2023, the AIC has invited applications to fill out 30 positions for Management Trainees. Candidates possessing the required eligibility can apply for the AIC Management Trainee vacancies by visiting the official website of the AIC. Read more to know about the AIC exam analysis.
|Name of the Exam||AIC Recruitment 2023|
|Full Form||Agriculture Insurance Company of India Ltd. Recruitment Exam|
|Total Sections||Test of Reasoning.
Test of English Language.
Test of General Awareness.
Test of Quantitative Aptitude and Computer Literacy.
Descriptive English Test – Essay, Precis and Comprehension.
|Exam Date||2nd September 2023|
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Also Read – AIC Exam Selection Process 2023
AIC Exam Analysis – February 2023
The AIC exam analysis is carried out by private institutions to evaluate and assess the overall difficulty level of the exam, the number of questions in each section, the types of questions, etc. The AIC exam analysis allows students and tutors to learn about various aspects of the exam paper, such as its exam pattern, its ideas and its effectiveness.
The AIC exam analysis for September 2023 is yet to be carried out, as the exam will be conducted on 2nd September 2023. However, you can check the table below to understand the AIC exam analysis for the February 2023 session.
|Sections||Good Attempts||Difficulty Level|
|Test of Reasoning||22-25||Easy to Moderate|
|Test of English Language||22-25||Moderate|
|Test of General Awareness||15-17||Easy|
|Test of Quantitative Aptitude and Computer
|22-25||Easy to Moderate|
|Total Good Attempts||81-92||Easy to Moderate|
Also Read – AIC Exam Eligibility Criteria 2023
AIC Exam Cut-off – February 2023
The AIC exam cut-off is the minimum qualifying mark that candidates must score to proceed further with the recruitment process. The AIC exam cut-off contains category-wise qualifying marks. The minimum qualifying marks for the AIC Management Trainee 2023 are 60% for General, OBC and EWS categories, and 55% for SC and ST categories. The table below highlights the AIC exam cut-off for the February 2023 session.
|Category||Marks (out of 150)||Percentage|
|OBC and EWS||85-90||58%|
AIC Exam Pattern 2023
The AIC exam paper will be available in both Hindi and English languages, except for the Descriptive English Test – Essay, Precis and Comprehension, which is a descriptive type section. The Descriptive paper will be available only in the English language, where questions will be visible on the computer screen. Candidates are required to type their responses using the keyboard, where they will have a total of 60 minutes to cover all the questions under this section.
There will be 4 options in the objective-type questions, where candidates need to select the correct answer. In case any candidate marks the wrong answer, there will be a negative marking of 0.25 mark.
|Sections||Questions||Marks||Medium of Language|
|Test of Reasoning||35||35||English/Hindi|
|Test of English Language||30||30||English/Hindi|
|Test of General Awareness||20||20||English/Hindi|
|Test of Quantitative Aptitude and
|Descriptive English Test –
Comprehension, Essay and Precis
Candidates must note that the Descriptive paper will be available in English language only. Questions under this section will be displayed on the computer screen, where candidates need to type answers using the keyboard. The time limit for this section will be 1 hour (60 minutes).
AIC Exam Section-wise Question Distribution
The AIC exam consists of five sections: Test of Reasoning, Test of English Language, Test of General Awareness, Test of Quantitative Aptitude and Computer Literacy, and Descriptive English Test – Essay, Precis and Comprehension. The difficulty level for each section is different.
The table below highlights the topic-wise question distribution of the AIC examination for the February session.
|Sections||Topics and Number of Questions|
|Test of Reasoning||Inequalities (4-5 MCQs)
Linear, Circular Puzzles (6-8 MCQs)
Coding Decoding (4-5 MCQs)
|Test of English Language||Spot the Error (5 MCQs)
Sentence Rearrangement (3-4 MCQs)
Antonyms and Synonyms (2-3 MCQs)
Fillers (5 MCQs)
Phrases (2-3 MCQs)
|Quantitative Aptitude||Data Interpretation (5 MCQs)
Percentage (1-2 MCQs)
Quadratic Equation (2-4 MCQs)
Boat & Stream (1-2 MCQs)
Time & Work (1-2 MCQs)
|Test of General Awareness||Agricultural Related Topics (10-12 MCQs)|
Benefits of Exam Analysis
With AIC exam analysis, various aspects of the exam are analysed such as the difficulty level of the questions, distribution of marks and understanding of the exam pattern and marking scheme of the AIC exam. Some of the key benefits of conducting the AIC exam analysis are listed below.
- Exam analysis helps in understanding the difficulty level of the questions asked in the exam, types of questions marked correctly and incorrectly by most of the candidates, and issues with questions which were not clear or were doubtful.
- Analysing how scores are distributed in all the sections, offering you insights into whether the exam difficulty level was high, moderate or easy.
- Candidates can share their feedback about how their experience was, such as the clarity of questions, the time constraints and any technical difficulties faced by the candidates.
- Analysing the questions over multiple exam cycles to identify long-term trends in candidates’ performance and to assess the effectiveness of changes made based on previous exam analysis.
The AIC exam analysis helps you to understand the difficulty level of the exam, the types of questions asked, the comparison among previous exam’s difficulty, the sectional division of the exam, etc.
AIC is an easy to moderately difficult exam going by the previous years’ trends. The AIC Feb 2023 question paper’s difficulty level was also as expected and was reported to be Easy to Moderate.
The AIC exam analysis for the February session was easy to moderate, where each section had a different difficulty level. Candidates preparing for the next AIC exam must understand the previous AIC exam analysis for better preparation.