NMAT Exam Pattern 2019

NMAT Exam 2019

Exam window for NMAT 2019 – 4th October 2019 to 17th December 2019.

Window for registration for a re-exam for NMAT 2019 – 5th October 2019 to 14th December 2019

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NMAT 2019 Exam Pattern

NMAT by GMAC is one of the most sought after competitive exams by management students. The students are allowed to give the exam three times in a year. The exam pattern has not changed a lot since the past few years and it is expected to remain the same this year as well. This computer based examination is of 120 minutes and comprises of 120 objective type questions that are distributed in three sections. The three sections in which the NMAT by GMAC examination has been divided into are as given below:

  • Logical reasoning
  • Quantitative skills
  • Language skills

The candidates are required to score their best in all of these sections to be able to score more than the cut off marks required. The candidates will be able to enter many reputed colleges if they are able to clear the NMAT by GMAC examination cut offs.

Section Number of questions Time allotted
Logical reasoning 40 22
Quantitative skills 48 60
Language skills 32 38
total 120 120

The candidates are advised to follow a few tips and tricks to be able to score their best in the examination. The following few tips and tricks shall help every candidate clear the NMAT by GMAC examination without any stress or problems.

  1. Organize

The students should organize or plan their paper before actually appearing for it. The candidates need to understand their speed and knowledge and depending on that allot their own personal time required for every question. This will help them complete the paper in time and efficiently.

  1. Practice

The candidates should solve and practice as many questions as possible on every topic that will be asked. The candidates are recommended to follow a few sites and books to solve questions and answer them daily. A daily revision or practice will help the candidate understand the pattern and get used to answering questions of that kind.

  1. Time management

Time management is an important aspect in every field of life. The candidates should learn or know time management even during their preparation time as this will only increase their speed during the main examination. In competitive exams like this the candidates who fail to clear the examination faced the one big problem of not being able to attempt all the asked questions in the given period of time.

The candidates require working very hard and need to give their best during the examination.