Exam Pattern for NMAT 2012

Published On: 19 Dec 2011

 | Last Updated On: 23 Jul 2012

Narsee Monjee Management Aptitude Test (NMAT) is a management entrance exam conducted by Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai for taking admission into various specialized courses in MBA. The admission for various management courses is based on NMAT score and personal interview and group discussion.

NMAT2012 Exam Pattern

NMAT test is of 120 minutes duration which consists of objective type multiple-choice questions where the candidate has to select one of the correct answers. The exam is divided into 3 major sections and the sections are Language Skills, Quantitative Skills and Logical Reasoning.

Each section is individually timed and candidates can choose the section sequence. The exam consists of 120 questions in total.

Format of the test:

NMAT would be an objective type multiple-choice test. (There will be no descriptive type questions).

The NMAT will comprise the following:

Sr.No

Section

No. of Questions

Time in Minutes

1

Language Skills

32

22

2

Quantitative Skills

48

60

3

Logical Reasoning

40

38

 

Total

120

120

The candidate must note that the score secured in the exam will be used to shortlist the candidate for the second stage of selection process as well in the final ranking, so it is important for them to perform well in each of the 3 sections of the test.

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