Narsee Monjee Management Aptitude Test (NMAT) is a test taken by the management programme aspirants which is conducted by the Graduate Management Aptitude Council (GMAC).
Candidates must keep below given details in mind before taking any attempt.
- A candidate can take this exam maximum of 3 times. First will be the attempt and rest two will be retake attempts. Remember, No-show/absence in exam will also be counted. So, don’t think your attempt then it won’t be considered if you won’t take the test after registering as whether you attempt or not it will be considered.
- There must be a minimum gap of 15 days before you take another attempt after one.
- Only the best score from all the attempts will be considered for short-listing purpose.
- Result of each attempt will be declared in around 15 days after the test.
- Results can be checked online on the GMAC’s website nmat.org.in, which is the official website too. This is the best source for any NMAT related information.
NMAT results are already out and aspirants of management courses have started preparing for NMAT 2018.
NMAT 2018 exam related information:
For filling NMAT application form you need to use online mode as offline modes are not entertained for this exam.
Aspirants should pull up their socks because tentative schedule of important dates of NMAT 2018 is already out. According to this, exam will be conducted between October and December, 2017. Candidates those who have scored at least 50% in their bachelor’s degree are only applicable to take NMAT exams for any management courses.
Be cautious while filling up the form because lack of attention towards key details may lead to form rejection. So, read the requirements and details of the attachments you will be making in advance.
Test contains 3 sections which are language skills, quantitative skills and logical reasoning. Every section has limited time to attempt all the questions in it. Score range differs from section to section.
NMAT 2018 score range:
Quantitative Skills -> 0 – 144
Language Skills -> 0 – 96
Logical Skills -> 0 – 120
Each and every section is compulsory for all the students. In total for 120 questions and 120 minutes will be given but the highest weightage is of quantitative section and least is of language skills.
All of them will be added to make a final scorecard and percentile which will decide the basis for admission to various programs offered by NMIMS. Scorecard of each applicant contains details of: Scaled score for each section, total score and percentile ranking.
Syllabus is same as before and like always competition is going to be tough for the exam takers. Only passing is not important because your percentile will decide whether you are eligible for the seat you want in NMIMS or not. So, study well and prepare according to the syllabus with a strategy so that you can be a part of renowned college like Narsee Monjee.