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Quantitative Aptitude Test (QAT)

What is QAT?

Quantitative Aptitude Test is an entrance test at IAQS which is based on Mathematics and Statistics (70%) and English (30%).

Since the Degree can be opted by students from All Streams (Given they have opted for Mathematics) and All Boards, to remove any disparity, QAT acts as a means of getting all students who opt for the Degree at IAQS.

QAT for Bachelor’s Degree

Students will be tested on topics areas from their 11-12th syllabus.

After successful registration, students will be able to download the sample question paper for the examination from their profile.

It is an Online test and students need to pick their slot.

Total Marks

100 Marks

30 English Questions – 1 Marks

35 Math And Stats Questions – 2 Mark

Total Duration

2 Hrs (120 Mins)

Total no. of Questions


Sectional Details

Maths & Stats (70%)
English / Verbal Ability (30%)

Incorrect Answers

25% Negative Marking

Passing % for current intake of 2024



INR 1,000/-

Syllabus for QAT



  • Set, Relations and Functions
  • Sequence and series
  • Determinants
  • Matrices
  • Derivatives and Integration
  • Limit and Continuity

Note: Trigonometry won’t be tested in the QAT exam.



  • Permutations and Combination
  • Measures of Central Tendency
  • Measures of Dispersion
  • Probabilities
  • Random Variable
  • Discrete Probability Distribution



  • Grammar
    • Tenses & Types of sentences
    • Clauses, Voice & Reported speech
    • Uses of ‘too’ and ‘enough’
    • Modal Auxiliaries, Articles & Prepositions
    • Linking words/discourse markers
    • Word formation
  • Synonyms and Antonyms
  • Sentence Correction
  • Comprehension

How could one be exempted from taking QAT?

QAT is mandatory for all students unless you have cleared ACET or any actuarial paper from Institute and Faculty of Actuaries – IFOA, UK/Institute of Actuaries of India – IAI, India.