5 frequently Asked Questions About NMAT
If you are hoping to enroll in an MBA program, then your research must have unearthed information about NMAT. Now the usual CAT and GMAT are the most well-known and established entrance exams for MBA courses, but in the last few years, more examinations have cropped up to help students and colleges make a better match. One of these is NMAT.
Even though NMAT has been around for many years, the student community still has many questions about it. Here we aim to answer the most common ones.
Q1. What is NMAT?
NMAT, which stands for the Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS) Management Aptitude Test, is conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). It was started by NMIMS to select candidates for its MBA programs and was taken over by GMAC and is now accepted as an admission criterion by many leading management colleges in India.
Q2. How is it different from other main tests?
- It is considered more convenient and flexible for students; you can choose a date, time, and location that suits you based on the availability of seats at the test center. Once you register, you have a 75-day test window (from the first week of October to the third week of December), during which you can take the test whenever convenient.
- There are 48 test centers across India
- It is designed to give candidates the best chance to show their abilities. You can answer the test sections in any order you like, revise your answers before submissions, there is no negative marking, AND most importantly, once you register, you can take the exam 3 times within your 75 day period and choose the best score.
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NMAT is designed to measure the real skills needed to succeed in a b-school and naturally after that in the business world.