NMAT (NMIMS Management Aptitude Test) is a national-level entrance exam held by Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), on behalf of Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies. Its scores are accepted by a number of reknowned B-schools of India
and abroad. NMAT serves as the first step to seek admission in the MBA programmes of these institutes.
NMAT is conducted during a 74-day window and the applicants have the choice of selecting their desired test date and time. In one testing year, a candidate can take the exam three times with a minimum gap of 15 days between two successive attempts.
This year, NMAT will be conducted from October to December ’21. You will receive a mail regarding your scorecard within 48 hours of attempting the test. NMAT scores are scaled to account for the differences in the overall difficulty of different questions. Here, we have listed down the steps to access NMAT result 2021:
Steps to check NMAT 2021 Score Card
You can view the result and download your scorecard by following these steps:
- Click on the button ‘NMAT Results’ given below
- Enter your username and password
- Enter your date of birth, if prompted
- You will be directed to the page having your NMAT by GMAC 2021 Score Card
- Download you scorecard and take a printout for future reference
Your scorecard will include the sectional and overall scaled scores. Your final percentile will be calculated and sent to the your chosen B-schools after all the candidates have taken the exam. Once the candidates have checked the NMAT 2021 result, they will be able to download their NMAT 2021 scorecard. The scorecard of NMAT 2021 result will be made available on the official website register.nmat.org
What after getting your NMAT Result?
As per their NMAT scores and percentile, candidates get the calls for the GD/CD/WAT/PI rounds of the selected B-schools. Different B-schools follow different criteria for overall and sectional cut-offs of NMAT
. Besides, there are certain variations in the selection process of B-schools as well as particular MBA/PGDM programmes. For more information on the same, you may check the respective websites of your preferred B-schools.
Note that the candidates have to carry a copy of the NMAT result 2021 scorecard during the subsequent admission rounds. Also, they must check their email regularly for any updates by NMAT by GMAC.
Finally after clearing the GD/PI round and on being offered a seat, candidates have to secure admission by paying the first installment of the fees as per the particular B-School’s policy and guidelines.