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NMAT 2015: Day 2 analysis

Published On: 09 Oct 2014 | Last Updated On: 09 Oct 2014

Day 2 of the NMIMS Management Aptitude Test 2015 (NMAT 2015) was conducted on Wednesday, October 8, 2014. If Day 1 held on Tuesday, October 7, 2014 saw a low turnout, it was even lower on the second day of the examination.

The paper on Day 2 reportedly had some tricky, different or time-consuming questions, although the overall test was moderate. However, at few centers, it took a longer time for questions to be loaded on the screen, as per reports.

NMAT 2015 consists of the following sections - Language Skills (32 questions in 22 minutes), Quantitative Skills (48 questions in 60 minutes) and Logical Reasoning (40 questions in 38 minutes). Overall, 120 questions need to be answered in 120 minutes. There is no negative marking.

A section-wise detailed analysis of Day 2 of NMAT 2015, as per test-takers and academic experts, is provided below.

Language Skills: A majority of the questions in this section were on the basics of English Language including core grammar topics usage on Parts of Speech, Conditionals, Tenses, Reported Speech, Synonyms-Antonyms, Fill in the Blanks, etc. The Reading Comprehension (RC) passages were short and moderate. The Jumbled Paragraphs were moderate as well.

Quantitative Skills: The questions in this section covered Quant, Data Interpretation, Data Sufficiency, etc. Most of the questions were on Geometry, Algebra, Permutation-Combination, Modern Mathematics, Number System, etc.

Logical Reasoning: On Day 2 of NMAT 2015, the section had a blend of Verbal and Critical Reasoning questions. The topics of the questions covered Family Tree, Coding, Syllogism, Arrangements, Assumptions, Conclusions, Direction Sense, Series, etc. Overall, the paper had a wide range of questions.

NMAT 2015 will be conducted till Saturday, December 20, 2014 and the Results are expected to be declared on Thursday, January 22, 2015.

To access the Day 1 analysis of NMAT 2015, please click here.

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