## IPMAT Syllabus:

Like most aptitude tests, the IPMAT tests your time management skills, your ability to learn and most importantly, your ability to think. In order to tick all these boxes, one must start somewhere right? Where better to start planning for an exam than its syllabus? Familiarizing yourself with the IPMAT Syllabus will enable you to plan your IPMAT Preparation accordingly.

The only difference in the syllabi of the IPMATs offered by IIM Indore and IIM Rohtak, is the inclusion of the Logical Reasoning Section by IPM Rohtak. Kindly refer to the exam pattern above for the duration of each section, and the number of questions within each section, for the respective IPMATs.

#### Quantitative Ability:

While the syllabus remains the same for the QA Section in both IPMATs, there is a difference between the way they are tested in the respective IPMATs, as mentioned earlier in the IPMAT Exam Pattern Section. Additionally, 1 or 2 Data Interpretation sets (~4 questions) are tested within the IPMATās QA Section.

- IIM Indore IPM: QA is divided into two sections, as we saw in the exam pattern - MCQs and TITAs.
- IPM Rohtak: QA is covered under 1 section.

#### Here is the syllabus for the Quantitative Ability Section for both IIM Indore IPM:

QA Topic | Key Concepts |
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Arithmetic | Percentages Profit and Loss Simple & Interest Compound Interest Averages Mixtures & Alligations Ratio & Proportion Speed, Time & Distance Races Work & Time Partnership Pipes & Cisterns |

Algebra | Linear & Quadratic Equations Roots, Indices & Surds Functions Inequalities Polynomials Arithmetic & Geometric Progressions Algebraic Formulae |

Number Theory & Modren Math | Set Theory Logrithms Number Systems Permutations, Combinations & Probability Matrices & Determinants |

Geometry | Lines, Angles & Triangles Coordinate Geometry Mensuration Trigonometry Polygons, Circles |

Data Interpretation | Pictorial data with questions based on data |

#### Here is the syllabus for the Quantitative Ability Section for both IPM Rohtak:

QA Topic | Key Concepts |
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Arithmetic | Percentages Profit and Loss Simple & Interest Compound Interest Averages Mixtures & Alligations Ratio & Proportion Speed, Time & Distance Races Work & Time Partnership Pipes & Cisterns |

Algebra | Linear & Quadratic Equations Roots, Indices & Surds Functions Inequalities Polynomials Arithmetic & Geometric Progressions Algebraic Formulae |

Number Theory & Modren Math | Set Theory Logrithms Number Systems Permutations, Combinations & Probability |

Geometry | Lines, Angles & Triangles Coordinate Geometry Mensuration Trigonometry Polygons, Circles |

#### Verbal Ability:

#### Here is the syllabus for the Verbal Ability(VA) Section for both IIM Indore IPM and IPM Rohtak:

Note: Numbers 10 to 18 can be classified under the general topic - Grammar. So do not be alarmed by these seemingly numerous topics. :)

Verbal Topic | Key Concepts |
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Reading Comprehension | Reading Comprehension |

Verbal Ability | Paragraph Completion Word Jumble Paragraph Jumble Inference-based passages - Logical Consistency |

Grammar & Vocabulary | Word Usage Vocabulary Fill in the blanks Etymology Idioms & Phrases Analogies Antonyms-Synonyms Foreign Words Noun & Pronoun Errors |

Sentence Correction | Subject-Verb Agreement Prepositions and Conjunctions Tenses, Modifiers & Parallelism |

#### Logical Reasoning (IPM Rohtak ONLY):

The Logical Reasoning Section is tested ONLY in the IPM Rohtak. Kindly refer to the exam pattern for the number of questions and the duration of this section.

#### Here is the syllabus for the Logical Reasoning Section for IPM Rohtak:

Logical Reasoning Topic | Key Concepts |
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Basic | Logical Sequence Series Coding Arrangements Blood Relations Input & Output Binary Logic Syllogisms |

Games and Tournaments | Games and Tournaments |

Visual Problems | Cubes and Dices Venn Diagrams |

Word Problems | Critical Reasoning Statements and Conclusions Statements and Assumptions Inferences & Judgments | Assertions and Reasons Probably True or False Strong and Weak Arguments Course of Action |