NMAT 2019 Testing Window has been opened for a period of 75 days from October 4 to December 17, 2019. The candidates who wish to appear for NMAT 2019 can apply for the same till October 3, 2019, and schedule their exam till Oct 16, 2019.

The NMAT exam which is officially known as NMAT by GMAC is one of the most famous and accepted management entrance test for admission to graduate courses in many leading business schools in India. This Exam is organized and conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). The NMAT is an abbreviation used to denote the Narsee Monjee Institute of Management and Science (NMIMS) Management Aptitude Test. NMAT by GMAC is generally taken by the test taker for taking admission to Narsee Monjee Institute of Management and Science (NMIMS) at Mumbai and Bangalore campuses and in so many other prestigious institutes of India like ICFAI Business School (IBS), SPJIMR, Alliance University to, etc.

The registration process of NMAT by GMAC 2019 was started on July 2, 2019. Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) had released its official Notification regarding the NMAT examination 2019 on July 1, 2019. It had announced that the Registration window for the NMAT exam 2019 will remain open from July 2, 2019, to October 3, 2019, without late fee. Candidates can also register after October 3, 2019, till October 14, 2019, but they have to pay fine for late fee submission. Candidates wishing to get admission to the four campuses of NMIMS University and more than the other 34 colleges accepting NMAT have to apply for the NMAT by GMAC exam 2019 latest by October 14, 2019 midnight.

Students can take the test a maximum of three times within a test window of 75 days commencing from October 4, and continue till December 17, 2019. The candidates can choose an exam day from the testing window of 75 days according to their convenience and take the test on that particular day.

Highlights of the NMAT by GMAC examination 2019

Full Name of the Exam Narsee Monjee Institute of Management and Science (NMIMS) Management Aptitude Test
Conducting Body Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC)
Mode of the Exam Online Computer Based Exam
Number of attempts during a testing window Three
Exam fee Rs. 2500 + GST
Total Number of Questions 120
Total Sections Three
Total Time 2 hours

Preparation Tips for NMAT 2019

There is no much time left for preparation for NMAT Examination but preparing by planning a help a lot in getting the dreams scores in the NMAT examination. So, get serious and practice as much as possible. It is necessary to make plans and strategies for the Exam because preparing without a strategy might not be proved to be worthwhile. So we have brought some of the preparation tips for your which will definitely help you in preparing for the NMAT by GMAC examination.

1. Make the Best Use of Time

Time is one of the important aspects of the NMAT examination. NMAT is a speed-based test wherein the students are required to complete 120 questions in 120 minutes. So try to solve the questions with a speed to save time for other difficult questions of other sections. Try to make the best use of time.

2. Create a strategy for practice

Before starting the preparation for the NMAT exam, just make a strategic about how you are going to prepare for each and every topic and how much time each topic requires. Make a list of your weak areas and your strong areas. Then divide the time left with you with the topic you need to focus more on.

3. Focus on both Weak as well as Strong areas.

Do not leave the topics where you find yourselves stronger. Focus on strong as well as weak areas. Do more practice of your weaker section but practice the strong section too.  Make your weak section strong and strong section stronger.

4. Do not mess up in Lengthy procedures and Methods

Try to work upon shortcuts, avoid lengthy procedure and techniques, it is time-consuming. Make your base stronger in shortcuts techniques and try to solve the question as per the techniques.

5. Go through the Pattern and Syllabus of the NMAT by GMAC Examination.

It will be very helpful if you deeply understand the pattern and the syllabus of the Exam. This will give you an idea about the examination. So before starting the preparation just go through the pattern and syllabus of the NMAT once.

6. Practice NMAT mock tests and Question Bank

Try to practice from the Mock Test of NMAT and Question Bank of the previous year. Mock Test is really beneficial if practiced in the right manner. Analysis of the Mock test is necessary to reach a conclusion about your performance. So practice through Mock tests and do not forget to analyze your performance and then take the required steps to improve your performance.

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