NMAT & NMIMS Preparation

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Greetings! 


Join the discussion on NMIMS MBA Mumbai Admissions 2021-23 and stay updated on details about MBA, cut offs, placements, rankings and much more.


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Number of times a student can appear for NMAT in the same year


Test takers have the option to take the NMAT exam three times during the test window which is an extended one for NMAT 2020 that is 88 days. This option enables the assessment of the test takers’ best performance.

Test window for NMAT 2020: November 4, 2020 to January 30,2021

Recommendation would be to for all three attempts as NMAT 2020 comes with a new adaptive pattern and to get an idea of what actual exam would be like, one can definitely make the best usage of this opportunity.

All the best for NMAT

Start by estimating what part of your preparation needs improvement by appearing for free mocks offered by institutes like Bfactory

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Sectional time limit in NMAT Exam


NMAT do comes with a time constraint, not only for the overall paper but for the sectional time duration as well.

For NMAT 2020 which comes with the newly introduced Adaptive pattern, the new sectional & overall time distribution is as follows:

Language Skills: 36 questions in 28 minutes
Quantitative Skills: 36 questions in 52 minutes
Logical Reasoning: 36 questions in 40 minutes

Total: 108 questions in 120 minutes


Start by forming a grip on the way to master managing sectional time limits by appearing for free NMAT 2020 mocks offered by institutes like Bfactory https://www.bfactory.in/ (click here)

All the best for your preparation & Exam

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NMAT 2020 registration begins...


NMAT 2020 registrations have begun from 14 September 2020

NMAT 2020 Exam dates: November 4, 2020 to January 30,2021

For detailed information NMAT 2020 Schedule, refer below
Source: NMAT 


Brush up your NMAT prep by giving mocks from institutes like Bfactory & crack the exam to be a part of your dream B-school: Bfactory 

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NMAT v/s CAT


CAT & NMAT both are MBA Entrance examinations that are the most sought after examinations for MBA aspirants but they do differ in terms of what are the top parameters they are testing the applicants on.


CAT has a higher difficulty level than that of NMAT and tests students more on their depth of understanding on the subjects like Verbal Ability, Logical Reasoning & Quantitative Ability. NMAT on the other hand is a test of same subjects with lesser difficulty level but the parameter on which the student is evaluated is Speed & Accuracy as it required us to solve 120 questions in 120 minutes up-till NMAT 2019.


NMAT 2020 now comes with the new adaptive pattern & structure with 108 questions in 120 minutes which is apparently going to raise the bar for students in terms of difficulty. The speed & accuracy is still going to be prevalent when it comes to NMAT.


CAT still comes across as a 3 hour paper and expects students to have a deeper understanding and applications of the concepts.


Note that NMAT needs to have its own preparation time. A common notion of considering NMAT prep inclusive of CAT prep doesn’t really allows one to make a cut. So do give NMAT mocks to build and achieve the level of speed and accuracy, that is required for the original exam.


Brush up your NMAT prep by giving mocks from institutes like Bfactory & crack the exam to be a part of your dream B-school

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