NMAT 2020 Analysis

Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies conducts NMAT (NMIMS Management Admission Test) for admissions to management programmes offered by NMIMS. The examination conducted is in online mode and in several Indian cities. The examination consists of 120 questions divided in 3 sections –Language Skills, Logical Reasoning and Quantitative Skills. Previous year, the examination was conducted from 4th October, 2019 to 17th December, 2019. For the year 2020, it is expected that examination will be conducted on the same dates in the First week of October to Second week of December 2020.
NMAT Overview
The following table explains the exam pattern of NMAT 2020:
Number of Questions
Duration in Minutes
Language Skills
Quantitative Skills
Logical Reasoning
The NMAT examination paper contains 120 questions divided into 3 sections. There is no negative marking for wrong answers or not attempted questions. Aspirants can take NMAT thrice, which makes different from other management examinations. However, each of the section is individually timed and aspirants cannot switch from section to section in between.  The exam pattern is expected to be the same for this year too. Here is the brief overview of the sections based on previous year’s papers:
Language Skills
The questions in the Language Skills sections are based on topics like Para Jumble, Vocabulary, Grammar, Sentence Correction, Subject-verb Agreement and Parts of Speech etc. The most important topic of all is Reading Comprehension. In this section, two Reading Comprehension passages are asked, which are of moderate level of difficulty. Time management is important, therefore, aspirants must do speed-reading and practice comprehensions to make it in time.
Logical Reasoning
The section is of easy to moderate level of difficulty. The questions are based on series, syllogisms, coding-decoding, relationships etc. Most of the questions from the LR section are manageable and easy but a few questions from the topic blood relations were of moderate level of difficulty. Aspirants must prepare well all of the topics and practice to manage time.
Quantitative Skills
The section has more time allotted than of other sections. Questions in this section are asked from Data Interpretation and Quantitative Aptitude. The most asked questions are from topics –Percentage, Profit and Loss, Geometry, Partnership, Ratio and Venn Diagram etc. The level of difficulty lies between moderate to difficult. The questions asked are manageable and calculative but you need keep the time in mind, as a few questions might be time consuming. Therefore, aspirants must practice their quant skills.
The in-depth expert NMAT 2020 analysis will be available on the website on the day of the exam.
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