NMAT stands for Narsee Monjee Aptitude Test and the concerned authority have extended the date of registration. The Graduate Management Admission Council, GMAC is the concerned authority of NMAT. The council will reopen the application window on Monday i.e. 18th January, 2021. Students who are interested to apply for the entrance exam can apply at the official website. The website is nmat.org.
Narsee Monjee Aptitude Test is a national level entrance exam that GMAC conducts for admission to B-schools of India, Nigeria, Philippines and South Africa. 39 business schools accepts narsee Monjee score the schools are ISB, Shiv Nadar, IBS, SPJIMR, XMIB, VIT, IFMR and many more.
MAKE AN ID ON OFFICIAL WEBSITE TO APPEAR FOR NMAT
Students have to make their ID with some relevant information like name, email IDs, mobile phone number. Secondly, they have to select the test centre country also. The council organizes this national level entrance exam to grant admission to the students into various postgraduate management programs.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR NMAT
GMAC opened the registration panel for the students on 14th September, 2020. So, those students who want to appear for this entrance exam should have undergraduate degree from a recognized University in any stream. They should score minimum 50 percent in their graduation. Moreover, there is no age limit set for the candidates to appear for the entrance exam.
HOW TO REGISTER FOR NMAT
Students who want to Register for NMAT by GMAC have to follow some steps:
- Firstly, visit the official website of NMAT. The website is nmat.org.
- Secondly, create an account and register using your Email ID.
- Click on the dropdown menu and select your B school.
- Lastly, complete your registration process. Pay the registration fees and click on submit.
EXAM CRITERIA FOR STUDENTS
In NMAT, students would be given total 120 questions that they have to attempt in 120 minutes. To know more about the exam and exam syllabus, refer to the official website.