Narsee Monjee Aptitude Test is abbreviated as NMAT and is conducted by Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies. Its an entrance exam which selects candidates for admission to MBA courses in NMIMS Mumbai. A candidate can appear for the NMAT Entrance Exam for maximum three times. Like the previous year this year also NMAT was conducted by Pearson VUE.
The candidates appearing for NMAT Entrance Exam must be a graduate in any discipline with 50% marks. Candidates who are appearing the exam of final year for bachelor’s degree or any equivalent exam can also register for this exam. Also candidates with two or more years of post qualification can be preferred for all full time programs.
Exam Pattern and Format of NMAT:
The NMAT is a computer-based test where each candidate gets a randomly generated exam from a pool of questions. NMAT is an objective type multiple-choice test, so there will be no descriptive type questions. Also no negative markings will be there.
NMAT is a 120 minute test with three sections, details as tabulated below:
|Section||No. of Items (questions)||Allotted time|
NMAT Syllabus with PDF :
Language Skills: – Total Questions: 32
This section of the paper is used to test the ability of the candidate to understand and grasp general English. This section includes :
- Reading Comprehension
- Dictionary meanings of different words,
- Syntax, and correct grammar
- Language usage and their rules
Quantitative Skills, Data Interpretation & DS: – Total Questions: 48
This section is used to verify the potential of the candidate to scrutinize a particular data which is a process of inspecting of data. This section of the papers includes :
- 2D and 3D Geometry, and Statistic.
- Line graph
- Bar graph
- Pie chart.
Logical Reasoning: – Total Questions: 40
This segment of the question paper examines the ability of the candidate to determine the fact behind any conclusion based on assured rules. This part includes :
- Coding & Decoding,
- Strong Arguments and Weak Arguments,
- Family tree,
- Multi-dimensional arrangements,
Preparation Strategy :-
- NMAT is 120 minutes Computer Based Test so the most important thing is that one should ensure “SPEED” and “ACCURACY” .
- Practice as much as you can solve sample papers, practice papers etc..
- Find out your weak areas and work upon them.
You can also download the syllabus in PDF form.
Click here to download: Syllabus for NMAT
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