NMIMS Management Aptitude Test (NMAT)

NMIMS Management Aptitude Test information

NMIMS Management Aptitude Test

Last updated: Nov 20, 2021


announcement What is NMAT Exam?

NMAT stands for Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS) Management Aptitude Test. It was acquired by GMAC (Graduate Management Admission Council) in 2015 and the test is also called 'NMAT by GMAC' since then. GMAC conducts the test for admission to top B schools of India. Since 2009 NMAT is a computer based online test and 23 top institutes in India accept NMAT score. It is a 2 hours test conducted once a year and a candidate can have three attempts total.

Any university graduate with 50% marks can apply for the test. It is an objective type multiple choice test in three categories; Language Skills, Quantitative Skills and Logical Reasoning.

Name of Exam NMAT by GMAC
For admission to MBA & PGDM programmes
Level of exam National
Conducted by GMAC (Graduate Management Admission Council)
Mode of Exam Online
Mode of application Online
Medium of Exam English
Validity of score 5 years
Periodicity of exam *The testing window is open from October 4 to December 17 every year
Number of chances 3 times / test season
Starting of Registration *July 3
Date of Exam *The testing window is open from October 4 to December 17, every year
Date of Result *Final result is in 3 rd week of January
Eligibility There are no official eligibility criteria for applying to NMAT by GMAC. Candidates should checkout the eligibility criteria of the respective university/school to which admission is sought
Fee INR 2000 + taxes
Duration of exam 2 hours
Exam pattern
  • Language Skills
  • Quantitative Skills
  • Logical Reasoning
Website / helpline https://www.nmat.org.in / 0120 4397855
Other information *Dates are tentative

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