Xavier Labour Research Institute (XLRI) will close the registration window for XAT 2022 today i.e, November 30, 2021. Interested candidates still have the remainder of the day to register. It must be noted that candidates can still register after the window closes, but that would be charged with the late fine. The application form was released online on August 10, 2021. The admit cards for successfully registered candidates would be issued on December 20, 2021, and the aptitude test will be held on January 2, 2022
The eligibility criteria to apply for the XAT exam is graduation in any stream from a recognized university. Final year graduation students are also eligible to apply, given they pass the exams.
Candidates can follow the below-given steps to register for the XAT 2022 exam:
Step 1: Head over to the official website of XAT 2022 website which is xatonline.in
Step 2: Next, click on ‘register’ and enter your credentials. Candidates who have already registered can directly proceed to log in with their credentials.
Step 3: A verification mail would be sent to the applicant. One needs to click on the verification link that would redirect them to the official website.
Step 4: Thereafter, fill the application form by mentioning details like the academic records, personal data, and other information.
Step 5: In this step, upload the required documents.
Step 6: Next and importantly, pay the application fee of 1800 via the online payment gateway.
Step 7: Download the application form and fee receipt for future reference.
Xavier Aptitude Test is a national-level management entrance examination for admission to various management programmes offered by XLRI and other colleges affiliated with it. Additionally, certain B-schools in India accept the XAT test score for admissions.
XAT is one of the most sought-after MBA entrance exams in the country. The exam will be held online through the computer-based format. The examination is of 3 hours, commencing from 9.30 AM to 12.30 PM, in which candidates have to answer a total of 100 MCQ-type questions divided into 4 sections.
It must be noted that candidates are required to separately apply to their preferred MBA colleges including XLRI, SPJIMR amongst others, apart from the XAT online registration. The difficulty level of the paper is quite comparable to the Common Admission Test and far higher than other examinations.