Jindal Scholastic Aptitude Test (JSAT) - Examination Pattern And Scheduling The Retake Exam

✓ Examination Pattern

The JSAT is a Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQ) test. It has 120 questions and needs to be completed in 120 minutes. It is divided into three sections:

✓Part1
•Topic:- English Verbal Ability
•Total Questions:- 40 Questions

✓Part2
•Topic:- Logical Reasoning
•Total Questions:- 40 Questions

✓Part3
•Topic:- Quantitative Skills
•Total Questions:- 40 Questions

✓ Scheduling The Retake Exam

Candidates are allowed to make 3 attempts at JSAT during the year’s testing period if they wish to. The best scores out of all the attempts will be considered. Candidates are required to pay for each attempt and can schedule the retake test with a gap of four or more days from their previous attempt during the testing window (subject to real-time availability). Candidates will be able to select any slot, which is a minimum of 48 hours later than the time they carry out the scheduling transaction in the Pearson VUE system.

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