NMAT is an exam conducted by GMAC to get admissions into Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS) and some other top ranked private colleges. NMAT exam is known to be one of the most prestigious exams for management courses in India. The NMAT exam is held every year from October to December and this year it is conducted from 4th November 2020 to 30th January 2021. Apart from NMIMS, NMAT exam marks are also used for admissions in Xavier University Bhubaneswar, GITAM School of International Business Vizag, IBS Hyderabad, etc. For those who are interested to apply for NMAT here is the NMAT Syllabus 2020.
NMAT exam notification is out and registration dates are from 14th Sep 2020 to 20th Nov 2020. NMAT exam starts from 4th Nov 2020 and continues till 30th January 2021. After the results are out in January 2021 then interview session will start. For those who have planned to go for NMAT exams it is important to know what pattern is followed in exam papers. Below is a detailed analysis of NMAT Exam Syllabus.
NMAT Syllabus 2020
NMAT Syllabus 2020 contains three sections – Language Skill, Quantitative skills and logical reasoning. Each section has marks allotted and a total of 108 questions are asked for which 120 minutes are allotted. There is no minus marking for wrong answer and one marks for each correct answer. Each section has a particular number of question allotted with a definite time. The candidate is not allowed to change section in middle and they have to attend each section one by one though they can choose the section sequence in advance.
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It is important to attend all three section as the cutoff will be decided using marks from each section rather than counting whole marks by combining all three.
NMAT Exam Syllabus 2020 :
From Language Skill Section :
- Syntax and correct grammar
- Language usage and their rules
- Fill in the blanks
- Reading Comprehension
- Synonyms and Antonyms
- Poems and word meaning
Quantitative Skills, Data Interpretation and DS
- 2D, 3D geometry and statistics
- Line Graph
- Bar Graph
- Tables, pie chart and Percentage
- Time and Work and
- Profit and Loss
Logical Reasoning :
- Multi-dimensional arrangements
- Blood Relation
- Statement conclusion and
- Family tree
NMAT Syllabus 2020 contains only objective questions rather than subjective questions. These are the topics from which maximum questions are asked. GMAC hasn’t drafted any definite syllabus but after analyzing previous year question papers questions from the above mentioned topics are mostly asked. In order to be good at exams it is important to cover all these topics along with solving previous year question papers along with mock test papers.
It is important to have basic understanding of all the topics so that you don’t have to struggle in the exams if questions are asked in a tricky way. The best result can only be achieved by solving as much questions possible during the mock test. Do care about the time limit as it matters the most in the exam.
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