AIFD WAT Exam Pattern 2018 has been announced for the entrance test that will be conducted for AIFD Bangalore admissions 2018. The Army Institute of Fashion and Design has provided complete details about exam pattern of AIFD WAT (Written Admission Test) 2018 for candidates, who will be appearing for the AIFD entrance test on April 28. They should know the AIFD WAT 2018 exam pattern clearly in order to avoid any confusion later and have a fair idea about the question paper as well. AIFD WAT test pattern 2018 includes details about exam duration, type of questions, exam mode, and other important components. Candidates can check complete information about the AIFD WAT exam pattern 2018 on this page.
The exam pattern of AIFD WAT 2018 in detail can be checked below:
AIFD WAT 2018 Exam Pattern
WAT 2018 Components
Maximum number of questions
Objective type, multiple choice- 70
Design and drawing skills- 3
100 (1 mark for each correct response)
Type of questions
180 minutes (3 hours)
(a) General Awareness Test
(b) Intelligence and Reasoning Test
(c) English Language Competency & Comprehension Test (including short essay)
Medium of AIFD WAT 2018
AIFD WAT 2018 Questions Paper Pattern: Candidates can check below paper-wise distribution of sections and questions in AIFD WAT 2018:
AIFD WAT Exam Pattern - Section wise
Drawing & essay writing
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Candidates can download and practice AIFD WAT Sample Papers in order to have a fair idea about the admission test.
Army Institute of Fashion and Design conducted AIFD WAT 2018 on April 28 for offering admissions to undergraduate degree programme of three years in Fashion & Apparel Design (B.Sc. - FAD). The Written Admission Test for AIFD Bangalore admissions will be held across six cities- Pune, Bangalore, Delhi, Kolkata, Lucknow and Guwahati. AIFD WAT application form 2018 can be filled now, and the deadline for receipt without late fee is March 25. A total of 60 seats will be allotted, and 10% of seats will be offered to Karnataka civilians. Admissions will be solely on the basis of test-takers’ performance in the entrance test.