NMAT 2020 EXAM
NMAT 2020 EXAM
Stalwart Career InstituteNMAT is a computer based online national level entrance test conducted for admission into the MBA program of NMIMS and other participating institutes like ISB, Xavier University, SPJIMR, IILM University and many others. The NMAT 2020 exam is conducted by GMAC in 52 cities across the country.
NMAT 2020 IMPORTANT DATES
1. NMAT 2020 registration begins: 14th September 2020
2. NMAT 2020 registration ends: 20th November 2020
3. NMAT 2020 exam scheduling: 14th September to 2nd December 2020
4. NMAT 2020 Exam date: 4th November 2020 to 30th January 2021
5. NMAT 2020 result date: March 2021
NMAT 2020 ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
In order to appear for the NMAT 2020 Exam, the candidate must satisfy the following eligibility criteria:
1. The candidate must hold a Bachelor’s Degree from any recognized university/institution to appear for NMAT 2020.
2. The candidate should secure the percentage of minimum marks in graduation as per the requirement of MBA college or equivalent CGPA in order to be eligible to appear for NMAT 2020.
3. The candidate can also apply if he is appearing for the final year of bachelor's degree/equivalent qualification examination or has finished the degree prerequisites and is anticipating results.
4. However, there is no age limit restriction to appear for NMAT 2020.
NMAT 2020 EXAM PATTERN
Total number of questions: 108
Total marks: 360
Marks given for correct answer: +3
*no negative marking
*no points are given/deducted for questions that are not answered.
Duration of the test: 2 hours
NMAT 2020 EXAM SYLLABUS
NMAT 2020 will have three sections:
|S No.||SECTION||IMPORTANT TOPICS||NO. OF QUESTIONS||DURATION|
Idioms and phrases
Fill in the blanks
Antonyms and synonyms
|36 marks||28 minutes|
Profit and loss
HCF & LCM
Simple and compound interest
Time and work
Ratio and proportion
Permutation & Combination
Time, Speed and Distance
Sets and functions
Allegation & Mixtures
Quadratic and Linear Equations
|36 marks||52 minutes|
Clock and calendar
Statement and argument/ assumption
|36 marks||40 minutes|