GMAC (Graduate Management Admission Council) has released the exam pattern of NMAT (NMIMS Management Aptitude Test) 2020 on its official website. As per the NMAT by GMAC exam pattern 2020, the question paper will be segregated in three sections:
Apart from this, information on the exam pattern includes the number of questions asked in each section, the mode of exam and marking scheme. NMAT by GMAC 2020 exam is likely to be held from the first week of October in computer-based mode at various designated exam centres. For more information about the NMAT by GMAC exam pattern 2020, scroll through this article.
|Mode of exam||Computer-Based|
|Duration of exam||Two Hours|
|Type of questions||Multiple Choice Questions|
|Number of sections||Three|
|Number of questions||120|
|Maximum marks for each question||One mark|
|Sections||Number of questions||Marks allotted for correct answers||Marks allotted for incorrect answers||Maximum marks|
|Sections||Time allotted to each section|
|Language Skills||22 Minutes|
|Quantitative Aptitude||60 Minutes|
|Logical Reasoning||38 Minutes|
Read More :- NMAT by GMAC Syllabus – Section-wise Topics, Preparation Tips
Language Skills – In this section, candidates will be tested on their understanding of English language and grammar. Candidates must have decent knowledge of basic grammatical concepts to fare good marks in the Language Skills section of GMAC by NMAC.
Quantitative Aptitude – The questions in this section will be based on Mathematical concepts. The Quantitative Aptitude section might be tricky, and hence, requires clarity of basic concepts in topics like calculation skills and accuracy. Candidates are suggested to practise regularly to score good marks in this section.
Logical Reasoning – This section accesses the decision making skills and critical thinking of examinees. The Logical Reasoning section will majorly have questions about abstract, diagrammatic reasoning, and also shape sequences.
The NMAT by GMAC preparation tips provided below will help the candidates in drawing a clear cut plan to score well in the exam. These tricks, if followed, can help the candidates sail through this competitive exam with ease.
Along with the NMAT by GMAC exam pattern, candidates must also know the syllabus before starting their preparation for the exam. The syllabus of NMAT by GMAC includes topics as well as sub-topics under three different sections i.e. logical reasoning, quantitative aptitude, and language skills.
|Language Skills||Quantitative Aptitude||Logical Reasoning|
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As per the NMAT by GMAC exam pattern 2020, there will be a total of 120 multiple-choice questions in the entrance exam. Each of the sections will have a different number of questions. In Language Skills, there will be 32 questions, in Quantitative Aptitude, a total of 48 questions and in the Logical Reasoning section, 40 questions.
No. There will not be any negative marking in NMAT by GMAC. This will encourage the candidates to attempt as many questions as they can without any fear of mark deduction.
You can appear for NMAT for a maximum of three times within the 75-day long window. You can schedule the ‘retake’ exam within a timeframe of 15 days after your previous attempt.
Candidates just need to know the basics of computer functioning. They only have to mark their responses to the questions displayed on the screen. Proper instructions will be given by the examiner before the test starts.
You will have to finish the entire NMAT by GMAC paper within two hours. Also, each of the three sections will be allotted a certain time limit and you need to finish the paper within the section-wise allotted time. For Logical Reasoning, you will be given 38 minutes, to solve Quantitative Aptitude sections, you will get 60 minutes and for Language Skills, you will get 22 minutes.
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