First I will clarify you what is ISBF and IMET than I will refresh you what number of understudy will be show up for ISBF selection test and IMET in this year
Actually IMET is the entrance test for undergraduate course at Indian School of Business and Finance( ISBF) IT’s a online test which takes to 2 hours only
The following skills which are also its 3 sections A.B AND C.
A : Mathematical reasoning and quantitative ability
B: Logical reasoning, comprehension, assimilative reading and data interpretation.
C: Reading and Writing
This section tests your mathematical reasoning and quantitative ability. The emphasis is on clarity of key mathematical concepts, rather than on the ability to solve numerical questions.
The section will encompass the following topics coordinate geometry,
measures of central tendency quadratic equations, ratios, proportions and percentages, numbers and their properties; arithmetic progression factors and fractions,
properties of triangles, quadrilaterals and circles, linear equations, including simultaneous equations, Venn diagrams, time, speed, distance and work,
mensuration, syllogisms; visual or numerical patterns, sufficiency of statements to support conclusions.
Topics that are entirely unrelated to those mentioned above,
or which are not part of the Class X Mathematics syllabi of the major Indian Boards, need not be prepared for iMET.
If you are applying for the BSc Economics and/or BSc Economics & Finance programme (s), you will be tested on topics drawn from the Class XI and XII Mathematics syllabi in the Personal Interview.
This section tests your prowess with regard to logical reasoning,
Comprehension, assimilative reading and data interpretation. multi-passage case studies and answer analytical questions based on them.
To prepare for this section, you would do well to read widely with a spirit of enquiry.
The emphasis should be on ensuring that you understand everything you read whether
textbooks, newspapers, magazines or other online or offline publications, and can answer inferential and analytical questions
based on such reading.
To achieve this, discussing with others the key takeaways and learning from your readings is likely to be helpful. It will be important to be mentally fresh and alert while attempting this section,
as it will require you to think analytically.
This section tests your ability to draw on your reading in Section B,
supplement it with your independent views, to write a well-structured, coherent and cogently argued long answer (400-500 words) to the question asked. The emphasis is on reasoning, supported by evidenced arguments.
The suggested preparation for Section B, if extended to written analyses of your reading, will constitute strong preparation for Section
C. It would be ideal to have such analyses reviewed by your teachers and
peers, and discuss multiple perspectives and the arguments that support them.
How many student will be appear?
It’s a only test, there no fixed ration for online form it’s depend on number’s of Appling online form.