NMAT is an online computer-based exam that helps aspirants to choose one of the best B-schools, not only in India but in South Africa, the Philippines, and Nigeria as well. Previously known as NMAT (NMIMS Management Aptitude Test), presently it is conducted by GMAC (Graduate Management Admission Council) and hence known as NMAT by GMAC. The students can target colleges like NMIMS (Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies), XUB, SPJIMR (For PGMPW), etc.NMAT gives you three attempts between October and December in one exam cycle per year. So an aspirant can apply three times for NMAT by GMAC with a minimum of 15 days gap between two consecutive attempts to get admission in MBA or other graduate management degrees from prominent B-schools.NMAT 2020 scores are valid for one academic session. NMAT application form link https://www.nmat.org.
NMAT is divided into three sections namely Language Skills, Quantitative Skills, and Logical Reasoning. Before starting the exam, the candidate gets a chance to choose the order in which he/she wants to attempt the sections. There are MCQ type questions in NMAT. Every question has five choices and a candidate needs to choose one option per question.
As already mentioned, NMAT comprises three sections i.e. Language Skills, Quantitative Skills, and Logical Reasoning. Let’s see what topics are being covered in these sections.
1. Language skills
The step-wise process of registering for NMAT is given below:
Note 1: NMAT by GMACTM Online Proctored Exam at Home is available on certain dates within the testing period and slots will be booked on a first come first serve basis.
Note 2: There should be at least 15 days gap between two consecutive attempts.