JIPMAT 2024 registration window closing today, Apply today at  exams.nta.ac.in/JIPMAT
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JIPMAT 2024: The National Testing Agency (NTA) will be closing the registration window for the Joint Integrated Programme in Management Admission Test (JIPMAT) 2024 today, 28 April, 2024.


Interested candidates wanting to register for the JIPMAT 2024 examintion can fill the application form by visiting the official website at exams.nta.ac.in/JIPMAT


Earlier, the JIPMAT 2024 registration was set on 21 April, 2024.  The agency will open the correction window following the conclusion of the JIPMAT 2024 application procedure, from 29 April to 1 May, 2024. 


JIPMAT 2024: Correction Facility

  • Candidates will have the opportunity to make changes to their JIPMAT application form details through the correction facility.
  • The correction facility provided by the agency will allow applicants to rectify any errors or update information as needed.
  • It's essential for candidates to review their application carefully and utilize the correction window to ensure accurate information.
  • Once the JIPMAT 2024 correction facility ends, the agency will not accept any further requests for modifications or updates to the application form.


JIPMAT 2024: Exam pattern  

  • Mode: Computer Based Test (CBT)
  • Sections:
    • Quantitative Aptitude
    • Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning
    • Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension
  • Total Questions: 100
  • Type of Questions: Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
  • Exam Duration: 150 minutes
  • Exam Timing: 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm
  • Medium: English
  • Total Marks: 400
  • Marking Scheme:
    • (+) 4 for correct attempt
    • (-) 1 for incorrect attempt


JIPMAT 2024: Eligibility 

  • Candidates must have passed their Class 12 exam or an equivalent test in Science, Arts, or Commerce in 2022 or 2023 in order to be eligible for JIPMAT 2024.
  • Those who are in their last year and want to complete their exams in 2024 are also qualified. They also need to have completed their Class 10 final exam by 2020 or later.