Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) is the entrance exam for the admission to the colleges in all over India. The colleges include the likes of KJ Somaiya, Sydenham, Goa Institute of Management, JBIMS, BIMTECH, Institute of Management Studies, Institute of Finance and international Management and others. The MBA colleges accept the CMAT scores for the procedure of direct admission or there is a separate entrance procedure. On the basis of the CMAT score, the candidates are shortlisted and there is a case study discussion or group discussion procedure followed by a personal interview. It is advised that students take CMAT mocks well before the online registration and go through the online preparation material and the CMAT preparation as it helps the students to prepare for the other MBA entrance exams including CAT.
Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) is conducted by AICTE, for admissions to MBA & other Post Graduate Diploma courses in Management. CMAT scores are accepted by various B-schools, all over the country.
The exam has 4 sections. Now, there is no specific formula that will ensure that you crack a particular exam. However, forming a strategy to prepare for it, will ensure a high probability of clearing the admission cut-offs.