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|Examination Name||Narsee Monjee Management Aptitude Test [NMAT] 2017|
|Exam Type||National Level|
|Conducting Body||Graduate Management Aptitude Council (GMAC)|
|Exam Date||10th October 2017 to 11th October 2017|
The Application Form for NMAT 2017 examination can be found on the official website, Candidates willing to apply can visit the website. However, the following shows the fee details for the various NMAT 2017 actions:
The Syllabus for NMAT 2017 examination will be based on the Candidates previous education. Candidates are advised to have a look at the Sections present in the Examination Paper of the NMAT 2017 exam, to have a clear idea of which topics to have a look on. The NMAT examination tests the Language, Quantitative and Logical Reasoning Skills of the Candidates.
1.) Written Test(NMAT)
2.) Case Discussion
3.) Personal Interview
To get admission in Christ University, Bangalore I took CMAT and criteria was 70 percentile and above and must have completed your Under graduation course. I took CAT, NMAT, SNAP. The cutoffs are same as above
Yes, the NMAT exam is a post graduate level exam.
The full form of NMIMS is Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Study.
Yes, the NMAT exam is a computer based entrance test.
The NMAT exam will be held from October to December 2017.
Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Study (NMIMS) has a legacy of 35 years. NMIMS is one of the top 10 B-schools in India and has also emerged as a multi-disciplinary University with four campuses at Mumbai, Shirpur, Bengaluru & Hyderabad and it also has 11 constituent schools that include Management, Engineering, Pharmacy, Architecture, Commerce, Business Economics, Science, Law, Aviation, Liberal Arts & Distance Learning. Today more than 12000 students and 450 full-time faculty members are part of India's most sought after academic community i.e. NMIMS.
No, the NMAT exam is a postgraduate level exam.
The NMIMS Management Aptitude Test (NMAT) is conducted for admissions to MBA or other management degree programmes.
The NMAT exam is a national level computer based entrance test.
The content will not change for the NMAT by GMAC.
The exam will be a multiple-choice question paper that includes Quantitative Ability, Language Skills and Logical Reasoning.
No, one cannot add balance time of one section to the other.
If a test taker completes answering and reviewing a section before the allotted section time expires, he/she may choose either to revise the section or move to the next section, but the balance time cannot be added on to the next section timing.