Narsee Monjee Management Aptitude Test (NMAT) is a national level entrance exam for PGDM courses in different colleges across the country.
The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) was founded in 1953. The GMAC is actively committed to advancing the art and science of admissions by convening and representing the industry and offering best-in-class products and services for schools and students.
GMAC conducts NMAT exam every year for students to get entrance into PGDM programs in India and South Africa, and the Executive Assessment, specifically designed for Executive MBA programs around the world. GMAC office is based in the United States with its branches in the United Kingdom, India, and Hong Kong.
Narsee Monjee Management Aptitude Test (NMAT) by GMAC
The NMAT exam is a national level entrance exam for getting admissions to different PGDM courses across India and South Africa. Previously NMAT was conducted by Narsee Monjee University, but later it was taken over by GMAC. Now NMAT is officially conducted by GMAC.
The candidates can get admission to the different business schools and participating institutes of India and South Africa according to their NMAT rankings.
Once in a year
Computer Based (Online)
Mandatory for entry into management programs
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Percentile ≥90 to get admission into a top reputed college whereas other colleges accept percentile within 80-85 range
The aspiring students who have completed their graduation degree in any stream with 50% aggregate marks from the recognised university are eligible to apply for the NMAT exam. The candidates who are in the final year of bachelor’s degree can also apply to the NMAT exam. The minimum age criteria required for applying for the NMAT exam is 21 years.
Exam Format and Syllabus
The NMAT exam is conducted online. The students are required to visit the specific exam centres specified on their hall tickets for giving the online NMAT exam. The NMAT exam paper will have 108 multiple choice questions (MCQs), that is divided into 4 major sections of:
Centres for NMAT Exam
What’s New in the NMAT Exam?
The sectional time limit for each section has been revised
The candidates can choose the order of answering the sections
The candidates will not be able to review the answers.
Time saved in answering questions of one section cannot be carried over to the next section