IBSAT 2020 Starts Today (Dec 26); Check Guidelines for Remote Proctored Test Here

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December 26, 2020: The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India (ICFAI) Business School will be conducting the ICFAI Business Studies Aptitude Test (IBSAT) 2020 exam as a remotely proctored internet based test for the first time. The exam will be conducted on two days, Dec 26 and 27, 2020. Candidates are advised to go through the important pointers for ease in appearing for the exam from the comfort of their homes.

IBSAT 2020 is an MBA entrance test for admission into various MBA/PGPM and Ph.D programs offered by ICFAI business schools. In view of the pandemic situation the ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education has taken the initiative to conduct the test in digital mode.

ICFAI has issued the guidelines for appearing the IBSAT 2020 exam. The exam can be given via laptop or desktop from your home.

Also read: IBSAT 2020: Admit Card Released, Exam to be Held on Dec 26-27; Check Details Here

IBSAT Exam 2020: Important Dates

Events

Dates

IBSAT 2020 exam date

December 26 - 27, 2020

Declaration of IBSAT 2020 result

First week of January 2021

IBSAT selection procedure

January 9-17, 2021

Also read: IBSAT 2020: Cutoff, Merit List and Selection Process

IBSAT 2020: How to Appear for the Proctored Test?

Students can follow the below steps to appear for the IBSAT 2020:

Step 1: Log in to exam portal link given by the officials

Step 2: Enter your credentials and verify your identity

Step 3: After verification, the exam will be live and online recording will start

Step 4: Once timer starts, start answering the questions.

IBSAT Exam 2020: Exam Day Guidelines

Below are the guidelines issued by ICFAI which are to be followed on the day of examination:

  • Candidate must be equipped with a functional laptop or desktop
  • The webcam should be installed in the system prior to exam and will be used while appearing for exam
  • There should be uninterrupted power supply in the candidate’s location
  • The laptop or desktop should be connected to a good internet connection
  • The operating system in the laptop or desktop should be Windows7 or upgraded version
  • Candidates are required to use the microphone or speakers at the time of exam.

Also read: IBSAT Participating Colleges

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