IRMASAT 2023 Previous Year’s Question Papers 

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IRMASAT Previous Year Question Papers

IRMSAT’s previous year’s question paper was of moderate level, candidates who practised sample papers and mock tests could score decent marks. Candidates are examined on “Issues of Social Concern” in the IRMASAT paper. The admissions test consists of 40 questions in total. The IRMA entrance examination is of 80 minutes. The application procedure for IRMASAT 2023 ended on December 31, 2022. Personal Interviews for IRMA will be held from February 13 to March 5, 2023 (except Sundays). 

Foreign Nationals will have online personal interviews in the third week of March 2023. The results of IRMASAT 2023 will be available on the official website in the fourth week of March 2023. Candidates will be chosen for interviews based on their CAT or XAT results. 

Name of the exam IRMA Social Awareness Test (IRMASAT) 
Regulatory Body Institute of Rural Management, Anand (IRMA)
Level of Exam National Level 
Frequency of ExamOnce a Year
Mode of Exam Online 
Duration of Exam80 minutes
Total Number of Seats20
Helpdesk Contact 02692 – 260 391
Official Website

IRMASAT Previous Year’s Question Paper 

Candidates can refer to the pdf attached below to view the previous year’s question papers

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How to Answer IRMASAT Previous Year Question Paper?

Before beginning to solve the previous year’s paper, it is critical to be properly familiar with the IRMASAT syllabus. When you have finished preparing the test syllabus, practice a previous year’s sample paper or question paper as a real exam paper. Be careful to stick to the IRMASAT test time limit. This can help you get adjusted to the time restriction set for your admission exam. 

While practising the question papers, make a note of the topics you are familiar with and having difficulty with. Following that, aim to channel your preparation based on your current IRMASAT preparation state.

Exam Pattern 

The duration of the IRMASAT exam is 80 minutes. Candidates can refer to the table below for more clarity on the exam pattern. 

Exam ModeOnline
Exam duration80 minutes
Total marks 40
Total sections 1
Total number of questions40
Marking scheme For each correct answer +1
For each incorrect answer -0.25

Preparation Tips 

While studying for any exam, a solid exam plan may go a long way, the candidates must practise sample exams, take brief notes throughout preparations, and be focused, calm, and confident when preparing for the IRMASAT. Here are some tips to prepare for the IRMASAT exam: 

  • Plan ahead of time: Before beginning any test preparation, create an effective timetable and stick to it religiously. One of the most significant parts of IRMSAT preparation is time management. Create a study schedule that covers all of the major areas on the IRMSAT curriculum while also leaving time for review. Establishing a study schedule can also help you meet your deadlines. Creating a study schedule can help you strategize better and fulfill your daily goals.
  • Take brief notes: Take brief notes during your preparations. Make a list of all the essential points, important formulae, new words, and so on that you come across. These notes will help you remember the main topics, and you may refer to them whenever you need to.
  • Keep track of all current events: Current affairs are an essential element of the IRMASAT test, according to past years’ question papers. Applicants must make the newspaper their buddy in order to easily pass the IRMASAT. Consider the following publications and magazines: The Hindu, Times of India, Business Today, Times, and so on. Knowing government operations and programmes would be extremely beneficial in passing IRMASAT.
  • Speed and accuracy are very essential: The test is 80 minutes long, and applicants must answer the questions within that time frame since no more time will be provided to them under any circumstances. As a result, it is critical to complete the exam within the time limit. The IRMASAT question paper has negative markings, with 0.25 points deducted for each wrong answer. As a result, candidates must focus not only on finishing the exam within the time limit but also on correctness. 

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What is the IRMASAT exam?

IRMASAT is a Social Awareness Test whereby applicants are examined on the subject of “Issues of Social Concern”. Candidates must complete 40 questions in 80 minutes. The questions will include socioeconomic subjects such as the Indian economy, rural development, agriculture, employment, and literacy, among other things.

What qualifications are required for the IRMASAT 2023 exam?

A. The test is open to any graduate applicant with a 50% aggregate from a state or central institution. Applicants with an 85 percentile in the CAT 2022 or XAT 2023 will be eligible for merit-based calls, while candidates with an 80 percentile in the CAT 2022 or XAT 2023 will be eligible for profile-based calls.

Where will the IRMASAT WAT-PI round be held?

This year’s WAT-PI round will be held both online and offline in five cities: Anand, Kolkata, Guwahati, Bangalore and Delhi.

We hope the above-mentioned information about the examination and its sample papers are helpful for the students who are appearing for the IRMASAT Examination.

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