Among all these examinations, XAT is most difficult, followed by CAT. The difficulty level of the exams, in descending order (most difficult to easy) is XAT> CAT> IIFT> SNAP> TISS> NMAT.
Now, let us dive into a detailed analysis behind the assigned ranks and the difficulty level.
- The questions asked in IIFT are a mixture of moderate and difficult.
- The struggle lies in the attainment of marks within the cut-off range, both total cut-off and individual section cut-off.
- Therefore, the students have no option but to perform exceedingly well in all sections, GK included.
- The acceptance rate of IIFT is comparably low, only 400 students get admitted out of 50000 students.
- The entrance exam is easy but the tough part is to score marks that will be eligible for admission into Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru, or SCHMID branch.
- These are the branches which are of good quality, unlike the rest of them.
- The exam pattern of TISS is easy but the GK section is the most dangerous part among them.
- The questions asked in the GK section comprise both general knowledge and current affairs, therefore the portions are cover is endless.
- NMAT exam can be successfully cleared with proper preparation. The questions asked are conceptually based.
- No negative marks are given for wrong answers, hence the students are free to attempt all the questions fearlessly.
MICAT is pretty easy. If you want a career in brand marketing and advertising it is necessary.
Therefore, from the above discussion, you can estimate the logic behind ranking the difficulty level of exams.