How to Apply for NMAT by GMAC 2016
Starting this year, candidates who appear for the NMAT by GMAC examination will be allowed three attempts within the 75-day test cycle, according to a recent announcement by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC).
The NMAT™ exam is now owned by the Graduate Management Admission Council® (GMAC®), makers of the GMAT® exam and has been rebranded the NMAT by GMAC™ exam. The NMAT™ is a registered trademark of the Graduate Management Global Connection (India) Private limited (GMGC), a subsidiary of Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC).
The NMAT by GMAC™ exam is accepted by 15 universities in India, which are as follows: NMIMS University, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Alliance University, Bangalore, Ansal University, Delhi NCR, ICFAI University, Hyderabad and other locations, Mody University, Rajasthan, Munjal University, Delhi, Amity University, Delhi NCR, Shoolini University, Chandigarh, SRM University, Chennai, Thapar University, Chandigarh, VIT University, Vellore, Woxsen School of Business, Hyderabad, Chitkara University, University of Petroleum & Energy Studies (UPES) and Hyderabad Business School, GITAM University.
How to Apply for NMAT by GMAC 2016 -
Interested candidates have to visit the NMIMS website for online registration. For appearing for NMAT, online application has to be duly submitted and payment of registration charges need to be made in any of the prescribed mode within stipulated time.
Note: There will be three radio buttons for registration i.e. MBA, Both (MBA & PGDM - Bengaluru/PGDBM - Hyderabad) & PGDM - Bengaluru/PGDBM - Hyderabad. A candidate who wishes to apply for more than one program has to select MBA & PGDM - Bengaluru/ PGDBM - Hyderabad and has to pay registration charges as per the above table. Candidates are required to fill only one application form even if they are applying for multiple programs/ campuses.
The mode of payment will be as under:
1) Credit card OR 2) Cash at bank OR 3) Demand Draft
NMAT exam Fee Structure:
Modes of Payment:
Test takers can pay for:
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