NMAT or Narsee Monjee Management Aptitude Test is conducted every year online in India and abroad during a predetermined 10 days period for admission to the following programs:
- MBA Core
- MBA (Pharmaceuticals Management)
- MBA (Actuarial science)
- MBA (Capital Markets)
- MBA (Banking)
- MBA (Part - Time)
- Ph.D Program in Management
Bachelor’s Degree (10+2+3) in any discipline from a recognized University with minimum 50% marks in the aggregate. Two years post qualification work experience will be preferred. Candidates appearing for the final year degree examination can also apply.
All those who registered successfully will be called for the NMAT, provided they satisfy the conditions of eligibility.The final merit list will be prepared on the basis of the NMAT Score, Written Test marks (as applicable), Group Discussion, Personal Interview, Presentation (as applicable) and work experience. The selection will be based on merit. Decisions regarding the cutoff point for merit shall be at the sole discretion of the NMIMS. Such decisions will be final, indisputable and binding on all concerned.
How to Apply?
Candidates need to register through an online application by filling in personal, educational and work related details. Candidates must choose three options for date and testing location and make the payment through one of the available modes of payment. The test location and date will be alloted based on availability, and a confirmation e-mail will be sent to the candidate containing the location, date and time of the test.
NMAT Exam Pattern
The NMAT is of 120 minutes and will consist of 120 questions. The questions are multiple choice types where the candidate needs to select one of the correct answers. The sections in the NMAT-2010 are Quantitative Ability, Language Skills and Logical Reasoning. There will be 0.75 marks deducted for every incorrect answer (out of the 3 marks that each correct answer carries).