The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) will release the NMAT by GMAC result in online mode on the official website (nmat.org.in). Candidates will be able to check the NMAT result 4-5 weeks after they take the NMAT exam. The NMAT exam is conducted in a 75-day window wherein candidates are allowed to take this exam thrice.
In order to check the NMAT by GMAC result 2020, candidates have to:
After the release of the NMAT result 2020, the individual percentile score will be prepared for each candidate. As soon as the percentile score (final result) is released, GMAC will send the same to the institutes chosen by candidates during registration. Candidates will then be shortlisted for the selection process by different participating institutes based on their percentile scores only.
Along with the release date, candidates must also keep an eye on the deadline for downloading the NMAT scorecard. It is advisable to read this article to get complete details on NMAT result 2020, including steps to check, post result release process, and more.
Unlike many other competitive exams, the NMAT will have a ‘last date for downloading the scorecard’. Candidates are required to download the NMAT scorecard before the last date. The printed copy of the scorecard is required to be presented at the time of NMAT selection procedure..
|Events||Start Date (Tentative)||Last Date (Tentative)|
|NMAT by GMAC exam date||First week of October 2020||Third week of December 2020|
|Last announcement of the NMAT result||–||Third week of January 2020|
|Deadline to download the NMAT scorecard||–||Last week of March 2021|
Test-takers will be able to check the NMAT result four to five weeks after taking the exam. Candidates will have to follow certain steps to check the NMAT scaled score and the percentile score. Check out the process to check the NMAT by GMAC result below:
Step 1 – Visit the official website of NMAT by GMAC, i.e., nmat.org.in
Step 2 – Click on the button ‘View Result’ on the home page of the official website
Step 3 – A new window with a sign-in/ sign up section appears
Step 4 – Click on the link ‘Login’
Step 5 – Enter the login credentials including email ID/mobile number and password
Step 6 – NMAT scores (scaled scores) appear on the screen.
Note – If the final result has been released, candidates can download the NMAT scorecard using the same login window.
GMAC prepares the NMAT result based on the performance of the candidates in the entrance exam. The scorecard of the NMAT will consist of the section-wise scores of the candidates, which are scaled as per the difficulty levels of NMAT exams conducted in multiple shifts.
NMAT by GMAC is conducted in multiple shifts. Thus, GMAC scales the scores of all the candidates to make them comparable to each other. Questions in each shift are being selected from a large pool of questions randomly. Thus, there are chances that the scores of a candidate vary because of the varying difficulty level of the question. For this purpose, GMAC prepares the section-wise scaled score as per the range mentioned in the table below
|Quantitative Skills||0 – 144|
|Logical Reasoning skills||0 – 120|
|Language Skills||0 – 96|
|Total||0 – 360|
A candidate might forget his/her login password while checking the NMAT result. GMAC facilitates the candidates with an opportunity to recover the password for the NMAT login dashboard. Candidates can recover the password by following certain steps mentioned below:
Step 1 – Visit the login portal for NMAT 2020 at the official website, i.e. nmat.org.in
Step 2 – Click on the text reading ‘Forgot Password?’
Step 3 – Enter the registered email ID in the provided space
Step 4 – Click on the ‘Submit’ button. Hitting the submit button will generate an email with the password reset link
Step 5 – Set a new password and use the same to check the NMAT by GMAC result 2020
Candidates will find multiple details mentioned on the scorecard for NMAT 2020. All the details must be checked thoroughly as the NMAT scorecard is subject to verification at the time of admission.
The details mentioned on the NMAT scorecard are as follows:
Scaled Score – GMAC evaluates the raw score of the candidates based on the marking scheme of the exam. The raw scores are scaled to make the scores of NMAT comparable among different test forms.
Percentile Score – Based on the scaled score, percentile score is evaluated to give a fair comparison amongst all the candidates who appear for the exam in the same examination cycle. This process is also termed as normalisation of scores on several other exam platforms. The percentile score comprises the performance of a test-taker in comparison to all the other test-takers who appear for the NMAT.
Candidates can choose any five institutes from the list of participating institutes while completing the registration process for NMAT. GMAC will send the NMAT scorecards to all five preferred institutes of the respective candidates for shortlisting purposes. Every institute will have its own selection criteria. The list of colleges accepting NMAT scores is as follows.
Institutes/Colleges accepting NMAT Scores in India
Colleges/Institutes Accepting NMAT Scores in South Africa
Colleges/Institutes Accepting NMAT Scores in Philippines
GMAC will send the scorecards of the candidates to the institutes chosen by them at the time of registration. Based on the score reports received, institutes will shortlist the candidates to invite them for the further admission rounds.
Admission rounds after qualifying the NMAT might include Written Aptitude Test (WAT), Personal Interview (PI) and Group Discussion (GD). Every participating institute will have its own set of selection processes for providing admission. Candidates will have to qualify all the selection rounds for admission in the desired institutes.
The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) will release the result for NMAT four to five weeks after a candidate takes the test.
Candidates can appear for the NMAT three times in one admission cycle. This facility is provided by the GMAC for the candidates who wish to improve their scores. There is a ‘retake fee’ applicable everytime when you retake the NMAT exam. However, the NMAT registration fee is to be paid only once for an admission cycle.
Candidates who take the test will receive an email regarding the release of the NMAT result. Candidates can visit nmat.org.in right after receiving the email to check their NMAT result.
Candidates will have to use their registered email ID or the registered mobile number and password as login credentials to check NMAT by GMAC result.
No. GMAC does not provide any opportunity to apply for the revaluation of the NMAT result. However, candidates, who are not satisfied after the exam, can retake the NMAT exam a minimum of 15 days after their previous attempt.
Candidates can download the NMAT scorecard until the last week of March 2021.
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