XAT Decision Making Course

Online Coaching Course to Prepare for Decision Making in XAT 2019


XAT Decision Making Course features:

Detailed Concept Videos

Previous year questions solved on video

100+ New practice questions

Live Classes to discuss strategy and doubts

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Detailed Concept Videos

Previous year papers solved on Video

5 Sectional Tests

100 New XAT Decision Making Questions

Live classes for strategy & doubts

Add 600 Rs. to get 5 full length XAT Mock Tests along with the courses

Valid Till 31st March 2019

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XAT Decision Making – Demo Videos

Management Issues – Solved Practice Questions

Ethical Dilemmas – Solved Practice Questions


XAT Decision Making – Past Year Paper for Free Download

You can also download the entire set of questions along with answers in the form of a PDF from the link given below:

Download XAT Decision Making Past Papers 2008 – 2018 PDF


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As a part of our online course, we have solved all previous year XAT Decision Making Questions on video. Not only we provide answers to the old XAT Decision Making Questions in those videos but we also explain the logic behind those answers. These detailed solutions are a must for any students looking to score more in the Decision Making section of XAT 2019 exam.

To have a look at previous year questions, you can go to this post: XAT Decision Making Questions from XAT 2008 to XAT 2018


Important details about the XAT Decision Making 2019 Exam

Ans – Decision Making is one of the four sections in the XAT 2019 exam.
Ans – They are primarily based on the following issues:
a) Management Issues
b) Ethical Dilemmas
c) Predictions of future businesses
d) Mathematical and logical choices
e) Analytical Ability
Ans – Yes.
It is very important. Marks from Decision Making will be counted towards calculating the results and percentile for the XAT exam.
Ans – 22.
It is expected that there will be 22 questions for Decision Making out of a total of 75 questions in the XAT 2019 exam.
Ans – 8-9 marks
Ans – 10+ (out of 22)
Ans – Yes
0.25 marks would be deducted for every wrong answer.
Ans – 1 hour.
Ans – In the beginning. It is the most scoring section. It is the easiest section. It should be done first.
Ans – Approximately 30%
21 out of 74 in XAT 2018
21 out of 72 in XAT 2017
23 out of 78 in XAT 2016
Ans – Traditionally, Decision making is the easiest section in XAT exam. If you look at the sectional cutoffs for the three main sections – cutoff for Decision Making section is always the highest. Most people who get calls from top colleges like the XLRI – do really well in the Decision Making section.

Quantitative Aptitude and Verbal Ability have always been harder to score when compared with XAT Decision Making

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Important posts / articles to help you prepare for XAT Decision Making

Understanding Importance

The Decision Making Ability section, that houses about one-third of total questions which determine your percentile, can make the difference of between shortlist and rejection. Understand why is it even asked in the XAT exam.

Study Plan

Try to figure out the ideal study plan for XAT Decision Making covering
a) Basic Concepts
b) Practice Questions
c) Previous Year Papers
d) Mock Tests

Ethical Dilemmas

Questions based on Ethical Dilemmas are quite popular in the Decision Making section because Ethics is becoming the cornerstone of any MBA education program, with cases like Enron becoming commonplace.
In this post we discuss some of the steps that a XAT aspirant can take to answer the questions based on Ethical Dilemma in the XAT Decision Making section.

Analytical Reasoning

A lot of XAT Decision Making questions are just a combination of Logical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension. Those are the skills being tested.
If you have solved questions on Analytical Reasoning while preparing for exams like CAT, you should be able to apply the same tactics in solving Decision Making questions. We discuss them in this post.

Identifying Stakeholders

A few questions to ask for identifying the impacted groups or persons are:
1) Who are likely to face monetary loss or make financial gains in the process?
2) Is there a particular societal sect that may be directly involved/impacted?
We discuss this and a lot more about identifying the key stakeholder interests for Decision Making questions.

Management Issues

Principles for tackling questions:
1. Humanity is superior to everything else
2. Employer's goals and public image take precedence over your personal opinions and biases
3. Ignorantia juris non excusat

How to attempt?

a) Know the exam
b) Minimize re-read time
c) Optimize guesswork
d) Play to your strengths

Mock Test

Take an interactive mock test for XAT Decision Making section to see where you stand. Correct answers are also given with these questions.


XAT Decision Making Practice Question Sets

Set 1

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Set 2

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Set 3

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Set 4

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Set 5

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Previous Year Questions of XAT Decision Making

Decision Making for XAT 2017 – Previous Year Questions

The easiest way to crack XAT Decision Making Section is to go through XAT Decision Making previous year papers. To make it easy for students, I decided to put all the previous year papers of XAT Decision Making.


Analyse the following caselet and answer the questions 25-26 that follow: Vimla is the domestic help for Shreya and her neighbour Padma; both live in a posh gated community. Vimla not only cleans the house, but also cooks for both the families. Shreya treasures Vimla ever since she joined her family four years ago. Vimla joined Padma's household this year.

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Decision Making for XAT 2016 – Previous Year Questions

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Analyze the following caselet and answer the questions 1-3 that follow: Indian Institute of Research is a Government-established body to promote research. In addition to helping in policy making, it also provides free online access to all the articles to the public. It has a mission of publishing high quality research articles. Till 2010, the publication of articles was very slow because there was no incentive for researchers to publish. Researchers stuck to the mandatory one article a year. Most of the researchers engaged in offering consultancy and earned extra income. Since its inception, the institute was considered the best place for cutting edge research.

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Decision Making for XAT 2015 – Previous Year Questions

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Directions for questions 1 to 3: Answer questions on the basis of information given in the following case.
Bright Engineering College (BEC) has listed 20 elective courses for the next term and students have to choose any 7 of them. Simran, a student of BEC, notices that there are three categories of electives: Job-oriented (J), Quantitative-oriented (Q) and Grade-oriented (G). Among these 20 electives, some electives are both Job and Grade-oriented but are not Quantitative-oriented (JG type). QJ type electives are both job and Quantitative-oriented but are not Grade-oriented and QG type electives are both Quantitative and Grade-oriented but are not Job-oriented. Simran also notes that the total number of QJ type electives is 2 less than QG type electives.

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Decision Making for XAT 2014 – Previous Year Questions

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1. The main issues of interpretation arising from the work of professionally trained anthropologists are that they are late in colonial/post-colonial trajectories, because professional training shapes their interpretations. However, within field of interest and training, their works are most thorough and systematic. The best conclusion drawn from the above paragraph is analogous to :

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Decision Making for XAT 2013 – Previous Year Questions

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1. Over the last years, Bank of Bharat has seen the number of its retail customer accounts drop by over 40 percent. Over the same period, the share price of Bank of Bharat has increased by more than 80 percent. This amazed a few investors, who believe that a bank's share price should drop if its number of customers drops. Which of the following, if true over the last years, best accounts for the observed movement in the price of Bank of Bharat's equity shares?

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Decision Making for XAT 2012 – Previous Year Questions

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Answer question nos. 1 and 2 on the basis of the following letter.
To the Chairman:
Dear Mr. Sailesh,
At the December 3, 2011 meeting, it was decided that no two officers would hold positions on the same committee. It has recently come to my attention that both Chaitanya Rao and Ajit Singh will be serving in some capacity on the Cultural Committee, and both have been nominated for officer status. As you know, this is in direct disregard for the rules as voted by the Members Council last December 3, 2011. I would hope that sufficient action be taken by the Disciplinary Committee (on which committee both of the above are members) so that this problem will be remedied.

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Decision Making for XAT 2011 – Previous Year Questions

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1. Indian government may hold top executives responsible if state-run power companies fail to meet performance targets and punish them with fines and transfers. The strict performance parameters are aimed at ensuring that at least the reduced target for 62,000 MW of generation capacity addition is achieved before the end of the 11th Plan, said a power ministry official.

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Decision Making for XAT 2010 – Previous Year Questions

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Directions (Qs.1 to Q4): Read the following case and choose the best alternative.
Guruji's Guidance
Bhola, an avid nature lover, wanted to be an entrepreneur. He dreamt of establishing a chain of huts in Chatpur region to cater to tourists, who came attracted by the beauty and splendour of the Himalayas. However, he was appalled by current degradation of the Himalayan environment. He remembered the early times when everything was so green, clean and peaceful.

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Decision Making for XAT 2009 – Previous Year Questions

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Read the following caselet and choose the best alternative (Questions 1 to 4):
Shekhar, an MBA from Singapore returned to his hometown-Jamshedpur. Jamshedpur had a population of 10 lacs with one of the highest per capita income among Indian cities. Shekhar loved music. While listening to his favourite song on 'satellite radio', he wondered if he could mix his passion with business. Incidentally, a few weeks later, while browsing the Internet, he came across an advertisement from Music World, which called for expression of interest from potential franchisees. Jamshedpur did not have a single good music outlet, where its residents could buy quality, variety and the latest from the world of music.

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Decision Making for XAT 2008 – Previous Year Questions

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Answers Questions 1 to 6 based on the information given below.
Mr. Rajiv Singhal, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Loha India Ltd., (a steel manufacturing company) had just been visited by several other directors of the company. The directors were upset with recent actions of the company president, Mr. Ganesh Thakur. They demanded that the board consider firing the president.

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While these are the complete questions and answers, if you want to prepare for XAT Decision Making for XAT 2019, do have a look at our online course. The online coaching for Decision Making for XAT 2019 contains video solutions to all these questions, videos and presentations for basics concepts, and 100 new questions for practice.

Frequently Asked Questions about XAT Decision Making Online Coaching Course

Q1. How will I get access to the XAT Decision Making course?

Ans: You will get an invitation email within 24 hours.

Q2. Till when will the XAT Decision Making course be valid?

Ans: 31st March 2019

Q3. Will I be able to download the videos in the XAT Decision Making Course?

Ans: No. But you can view the videos online any number of times. You can view them 24×7

Q4. I have more questions, what should I do?

Ans: Contact Us.

Q5. What if I don't like the XAT Decision Making course?

Ans: We would strongly recommend that you go through the demo videos (click here to view demo) and check for two things: a) Are you able to play all the videos on the device that you plan to use b) Do you like the way the content is taught. As far as the content is concerned, it is available as an excel sheet in the answer to the first question. However, if you have any problems with any of our products or courses – please feel free to reach out to us on [email protected] and we will help you with it.


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