IIFT Result 2018: List of Shortlisted Candidates, Cutoffs, and Scorecard

IIFT Result 2018

The Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) has released the list of shortlisted candidates for the 2nd round of their admission process. The IIFT Result 2018 and Scorecard shall soon be available on the official site.

A total of 1978 candidates out of 55,000 who appeared for the exam on December 3, 2017 have been shortlisted for the GD-PI-WAT rounds.

Check out your name and roll no. on the official IIFT shortlist now.

Link: http://tedu.iift.ac.in/iift/index.php

How to download IIFT Result 2018

The IIFT Result 2018 will be shortly released on the official IIFT website along with the scorecard. Here’s how you can download your scorecard

  1. Open the official IIFT website and click on ‘New Admissions’
  2. Once the scorecard window opens, login to the portal using your IIFT exam roll number and date of birth in DD/MM/YYYY format
  3. Your result and scorecard should now be displayed on your screen and available for download.

IIFT 2018 Scorecard

The IIFT 2018 Scorecard will be comprised of 4 types of scores. These will include:

  1. Maximum marks
  2. Sectional cutoffs
  3. Marks obtained
  4. Total percentile score

IIFT 2018 GD-PI-WAT round

Candidates who have been shortlisted based on merit in the written entrance exam will have to go through Written Ability Test (WAT), Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interview (PI) in the final stage of their admission process. The GD-PI-WAT rounds for IIFT’s MBA(IB) programme is expected to initiate in January and end by March.

If you require a final push to convert you calls, check out our dedicated GD-PI-WAT program, called Personality Development Program Personalised (PDP Personalised).

IIFT 2018 Cutoffs

The MBA(IB) programme is the most sought-after program in IIFT. The entrance exam was held at 20 test centres across India in paper pen mode on December 3, 2017. This year, while the total number of questions was reduced from 123 to 114, the number of sections increased from 4-6. Until last year, an aspirant could perform well in either DI or LR. Similarly, they could focus only on EU or RC. This year, however, performing well across all 6 sections was necessary to clear the sectional cut-offs.

Here’s a sneak peek from the IIFT 2018 analysis shared by our MBA faculty on the day of the exam.

“Unlike last year, IIFT did not prove to be easy or moderate. The paper was excruciatingly lengthy and some of the questions were agonizingly tricky. Questions in English came from unfamiliar areas. Hence, the overall difficulty level of the paper went a few notches higher.”

Overall, the cut-off this year is expected to decrease by 8-10 marks. Cut-offs for General, OBC, SC, and ST should be around 38-40, 33-35, 28-30 and 20-22 respectively. If you haven’t already checked our detailed analysis of the paper and expected cutoffs, you can still do so on our dedicated IIFT Analysis and Cutoff page.

All the best!

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