XAT 2023: Admit Card will be out on 26 Dec 2022

On December 26, 2022, the XAT admit card 2023 will be made available. The start date for the hall ticket download had previously been December 20, however it has since been delayed. On the official website, xatonline, candidates can download their admit cards. The candidate’s name, photo, roll number, test location, and reporting time will all be on the XAT 2023 admit card. Test takers for the XAT 2023 must download and print two copies of their individual XAT admit card, as no hard copies of the same will be provided. Up until January 8, the day of the XAT 2023 exam, the admit card may be downloaded.

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How to Download

All applicants who registered for the exam will receive admit cards or hall tickets for the XAT 2023. Only applications that are complete and valid will be approved, and data will be retrieved to assign roll numbers and hall tickets. Only those applicants who are able to present their admit cards at the examination hall entrance will be permitted to take the test. Once they are available, adhere to the instructions below to download the admit card:

  1. Visit the official website: https://xatonline.in/
  2. Click on ‘admit card’ tab
  3. Enter details like XAT User ID and date of birth and click on ‘login’
  4. Click on ‘XAT admit card’ tab
  5. Option to download XAT 2023 admit card will appear

Exam Pattern

The XAT test will be given on January 8, 2023. Three hours will be allotted for the exam. There will be two papers for the candidates. Three sections will make up the first paper. The sections will not have a time constraint, and candidates must complete Paper I in 165 minutes overall. The applicants will have the remaining 15 minutes to attempt Paper II. For each accurate response, candidates will receive one mark, and incorrect responses will result in a deduction of 0.25 marks.

The candidates will lose 0.1 marks for each question they do not attempt, however they will not be penalised if they do not have more than 8 unanswered questions. If the candidate doesn’t attempt any more than 8 questions, there will be a penalty of 0.1 marks taken away. Intriguingly, Paper II will not have an option for negative marking or a penalty for questions that are not attempted.

S.No.PaperSubjectsNumber of QuestionsTime LimitMarks
1.Paper IVerbal and Logical Ability26None (Total: 165 minutes)26
2.Logical Reasoning or Decision Making21None (Total: 165 minutes)21
3.Quantitative Aptitude and Data Interpretation27None (Total: 165 minutes)27
4.Paper-IIGeneral Knowledge2515 minutes25
TOTAL99180 minutes99

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