NMAT 2019 Analysis

NMIMS Management Aptitude Test (NMAT) is a gateway to a large number of reputed MBA colleges across the country, including Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies. It is an online test, which is conducted in several Indian cities. The exam consists of three sections: Language Skills, Quantities Skills and Logical Reasoning. The total number of questions in the exam are 120 and the total time allotted for three sections is 120 minutes i.e. 2 hours.
NMAT by GMAC 2019 Analysis
Certain features that make NMAT  different from other management exams are:-
  • It has a 75-day Testing Window i.e. October 04, 2019 to December 17, 2019 in which the students can book a test slot.
  • In a given year, students can take the exam thrice.
  • There is no negative marking.
  • Students can select the order in which they can attempt the sections.
  • Each section is individually timed; candidates are not allowed to switch between various sections of the exam.
  • A brief of exam pattern is mentioned below:
NMAT 2019 Exam Details
Information
Mode of Exam
Computer Based Test
Exam Duration
2 hours
Type of Questions
MCQs
Sections
Language Skills, Quantitative Aptitude and Logical Skills
Number of Questions
120
Negative Marking
No Negative Marking
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NMAT Section Wise Analysis:
The following table will clearly explain the NMAT 2019 section wise analysis :-
Section
Number of Questions
Duration in Minutes
Difficulty Level
Language Skills
32
22
Easy to Moderate
Quantitative Skills
48
60
Easy
Logical Reasoning
40
38
Moderate
Overall
120
120
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Suggested Reading:
Check out the detailed analysis of NMAT 2018
The main features of the various sections of the exam, based on previous year papers were:
  • In language skills sections, there are at least two reading comprehensions, out of which at least one is difficult. Set yourself up accordingly.
  • In the verbal ability section, error spotting questions were of moderate level, whereas cloze test was quiet easy.
  • The DI questions were time consuming.
  • The DS questions in the quantitative section were mainly based on algebra, numbers and arithmetic.
  • Last year, logical reasoning section was of easy to moderate level. Questions on coding, blood relations, syllogism, statement assumption, course of action and critical reasoning were quiet easy.
NMAT 2019 will be held from  October 04, 2019 to December 17, 2019. It is expected that the exam pattern will be same as that of the last year.
The overall NMAT 2019 exam analysis will be updated on this page for various exam slots in each of the 5 windows after the completion of the respective slots.
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