XAT Percentile Predictor 2020

Updated on
September 19, 2019

After coming out of XAT 2020 testing hall on January 5, 2020, you will be anxious to know your XAT percentile and your chances to get into one of the top 3-4 XAT institutes – XLRI, SPJIMR, XIMB, IMT among others.


To know your XAT percentile and the process how to arrive at the accurate XAT percentile calculation, you should be aware about the key factors to calculate and predict your XAT percentile 2020 after taking XAT 2020 on January 5, 2020. Your XAT Percentile predictor depends upon the total number of candidates who have taken the XAT exam, highest to lowest scaled score, difficulty level overall and section wise maximum and minimum scores obtained 

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The best XAT percentile predictor gives you the nearest XAT percentile calculation so that you may decide whether you would be shortlisted by XLRI, SPJIMR, IMT, XIMB, TAPMI or other top B-schools for MBA/PGDM admission 2020 based on your XAT 2020 predictions on your percentile score.

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XAT Percentile Prediction: Help at Hand
The help is at hand with the accurate XAT 2020 percentile predictor which would be live at MBAUniverse.com immediately after the XAT 2020 exam is over.  For the benefit of XLRI, SPJIMR aspirants, MBAUniverse.com will launch ‘XAT 2020 Percentile Predictor’ prepared by experts to help you judge your performance and your chances to get shortlisted by XLRI and other top MBA colleges as per their expected cut offs.


In the past more than 40,000 XAT takers have used this XAT percentile predictor to get the accurate assessment of their performance in XAT exam. 


Benefits of Using XAT 2020 Percentile Predictor
XAT Percentile predictor can let you know your expected percentile score in XAT 2020 exam. The best XAT percentile predictor should give you the nearest XAT percentile calculation so that you may decide which top MBA college you could get based on your XAT 2020 percentile score predictions.


How does the XAT percentile predictor work?  
XLRI will declare the XAT 2020 result alongwith your XAT 2020 Percentile based on three parameters: Total number of candidates appeared in XAT 2020 exam, your performance relative to your peers; Difficulty level in XAT exam. Based on this principle, the XAT Percentile Predictor 2020 prepared by MBAUniverse.com works to help you know about XAT 2020 score and percentile you are likely to get. The more accurate you are in understanding your total number of attempts and correct answers for each of the XAT exam sections, the nearer you are to predict your XAT 2020 percentile.


How to use XAT Percentile Predictor & Get Accurate Percentile
The guidelines to get the best and accurate XAT percentile predictions are shared below:


Assess Your XAT Performance: To get the accurate XAT Percentile Calculation through XAT 2020 percentile predictor, the best way is to use it immediately after your XAT exam is over and before your memory begins to fade


Check Your Performance Level with Correct Inputs: You are required to enter your section wise attempts as well as the correct answers for the attempted questions separately in Verbal & Logical Ability; Decision Making; Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation and General Knowledge (GK). Please note GK is qualifying section only. With effect from XAT 2020 exam, the Essay Writing section in XAT exam has been removed. The accurate inputs will result in  accurate XAT percentile prediction – overall as well as section wise. Please note the more accurate you are, the nearer is the XAT percentile prediction


Review Your XAT 2020 Performance: Section wise percentile prediction in XAT 2020 is more important than only overall percentile to know your chances of shortlisting by XLRI, SPJIMR, XIMB among other top MBA colleges.  It is not suffice to gauge only your overall performance in XAT 2020. The accurate inputs in the percentile predictor format will let you know where you stand and how much are your chances to get shortlisted by XLRI Jamshedpur. 

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When is the Right Time to Use XAT Percentile Predictor?
The most appropriate time to use and get the best result from the XAT 2020 percentile predictor is immediately after the XAT exam is over. Since the memory fades gradually and if you delay the data input process to arrive at nearest XAT percentile, later you may forget number of things related to your performance in XAT exam due to which you may not get the nearest XAT percentile.


Accordingly, the best way to use the XAT percentile predictor and get accurate percentile is immediately after or at least on the same day of XAT exam.


Inputs Required to Predict your XAT 2020 Percentile
The format to input data in XAT 2020 percentile predictor for your XAT 2020 performance is shared below. Make sure that you enter the correct data. For example, if there are 27 total questions in Verbal & Logical Ability section, your attempts for all the sectional MCQs should not exceed the number of questions for the section:  

Name of Section
Total Questions in the section
Number of Attempted questions
Number of correct answers
Verbal and Logical Ability (VA&LR)
Decision Making (DM)
Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation (QA & DI)
General Knowledge (GK)

Note: In XAT 2020 there will be No descriptive question on ‘Essay Writing’. The duration of exam has been reduced to 3 hours from 3½ hours.  


Please note that depending upon the increase/decrease in number of candidates, their relative performance in the exam, the percentile calculation result through the XAT percentile predictor 2020 may change as also happens before final XAT result is declared


Apart from a high XAT 2020 Percentile, you need a balanced sectional percentile in XAT 2020 as the basic criterion to remain eligible for shortlisting by XLRI, SPJIMR and other top B-schools.

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