NMAT

Narsee Monjee Management Aptitude Test (NMAT) is a management aptitude test conducted by Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), which also conducts GMAT exam. This exam is a Computer Based Test (CBT) administered over a window of more than a couple of months. The candidate can go for retakes, by registering for retakes, in order to improve his/her existing score. NMAT scorecards are accepted by over a dozen of institutes. This exam is written by over 50000 aspirants every year.

Eligibility Criteria

  • The applicant must hold the Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from a recognized institution with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate.
  • Final year students of Bachelor’s degree can also apply and get provisional admission. After clearing final year exam in the first attempt with at least 50 per cent marks, they will be offered the final admission.


Official website – http://www.nmat.org.in/

Exam Schedule for 2018

The following table gives a tentative schedule of NMAT in 2018:

Event Tentative Schedule
Online application starting First week of July 2018
Online application closing First week of October 2018
Exam date First week of October to third week of December
Registration – Retake From the next day of the starting of exam till mid-December


NMAT Admit Card

Admit Card for NMAT 2018 can be downloaded after completing registration for the exam.

NMAT Result

NMAT 2018 exam results will be released in the second last or the last week of December 2018.

Exam Pattern

The pattern of NMAT has remained the same ever since it became a Computer Based Test. Questions in NMAT come from areas like Quantitative Ability, Data Interpretation, Logical Reasoning, and Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension. The area-wise break-down of questions asked in the exam is shown in the table below:

Section Number of questions Duration (in min)
Language Skill 32 22
Logical Reasoning 40 38
Quantitative Skills 48 60
Total 120 120


Exam Syllabus

Quantitative Ability
  • Number system; Roots; Indices; Surds
  • Ratio, Percentage, Profit, Loss and Discount; Partnership; Simple & Compound Interest; Averages; Mixture and Alligation; Time, Speed and Distance; Time and Work
  • Polynomial; Linear & Quadratic Equations; Log; Series/Progression; Maxima & Minima; Functions and Graphs; Coordinate Geometry; Trigonometry
  • Geometry: Lines, Angles, Triangles, Quadrilateral, Polygons, Circles; Mensuration,
  • Permutations & Combinations; Probability; Set theory
General English
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Para jumble; Para completion
  • Summary
  • Grammar: Error Spotting; Phrase Replacement/Sentence Correction
  • Antonyms and Synonyms; Analogy- Vocab; One Word Substitution; Odd One Out
  • FIJ
Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation
  • Linear and Circular Arrangement; Distribution/Matrix Arrangements; Grouping; Binary Logic
  • Blood Relation; Directions; Venn Diagram-AR; Clock; Calendar
  • Number/Letter Series; Odd man out; Coding & Decoding; Symbol Based
  • Table (Calculation Based); Table (Logic Based); Bar Graph (Calculation Based); Bar Graph (Logic Based); Pie Chart (Calculation Based); Pie Chart (Logic Based); Line Graph (Calculation Based); Line Graph (Logic Based); Mixed Graph (Calculation Based); Mixed Graph (Logic Based); Set Based; Case let; Venn Diagram
  • Data Sufficiency

Sample NMAT Entrance Exam Questions

Q1

Which represents 28 written in base 4?

Q2

Find the odd one out from the following :

Q3

If ‘ROHIT’ = ‘96892’, then RAMAN’ = ?

Q4

Select the word that is nearest in meaning to elucidate.

Q5

Find the value of the following expression: 91/3 * 91/9 * 91/27 * 91/81 * ……∞

Q6

The sum of 5 consecutive even numbers is 280. What is the largest number?

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Frequently Asked Questions About NMAT

  1. Q1. What is NMAT?
  2. Narsee Monjee Management Aptitude Test (NMAT) is a management aptitude test conducted by GMAC. This exam is a Computer Based Test (CBT) administered over a window of more than a couple of months. The candidate can go for a couple of retakes, by doing registration for retakes, in order to improve his/her existing score. NMAT scorecards are accepted by over a dozen of institutes. This exam is written by over 50000 aspirants every year.

  3. Q2.When notification for NMAT registration is released?
  4. The notification for NMAT registration is usually released in July.

  5. Q3. When NMAT is conducted?
  6. NMAT is usually conducted from the first week of October to the third week of December.

  7. Q4.When results of NMAT are released?
  8. The results of NMAT are usually announced in the second last or the last week of December.

  9. Q5. What are eligibility criteria for appearing for NMAT?
  10. The following are eligibility criteria for NMAT:

    • The applicant must hold the Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from a recognized institution with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate.
    • Final year students of Bachelor’s degree can also apply and get provisional admission. After clearing final year exam in the first attempt with at least 50 per cent marks, they will be offered the final admission.

  11. Q6. What is exam pattern of NMAT?
  12. The pattern of NMAT has remained the same ever since it became a Computer Based Test. Questions in NMAT come from areas like Quantitative Ability, Data Interpretation, Logical Reasoning, and Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension. The area-wise break-down of questions asked in the exam is shown in the table below:

    Section Number of questions Duration (in min)
    Language Skill 32 22
    Logical Reasoning 40 38
    Quantitative Skills 48 60
    Total 120 120