Colleges based on NMAT Scores

Colleges based on NMAT Scores

Before listing colleges based on NMAT scores let us know what NMAT exam is. NMAT by GMAC is a national level entrance exam leading to admission in top MBA colleges and many other Universities & B-schools. Last year, 88,000 candidates took NMAT by GMAC exam. NMIMS Mumbai is ranked amongst the top B-schools in India. It accepts only NMAT by GMAC exam score. NMAT by GMAC 2019 exam is expected to be held in a 75 days test window commencing the first week of October to the third week of December 2019. The NMAT by GMAC exam notification will be out in the last week of June. The registration process would start in the first week of July 2019.

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NMAT by GMAC: Key aspects

Let’s look at some salient features of this test.

Gateway to Top MBA Colleges: NMIMS University, XIM Bhubaneswar (for some courses), VIT Vellore and 18 other well-known universities and MBA colleges accept NMAT by GMAC scores.
Just like CAT: NMAT 2019 exam is a computer-based test on the pattern of CAT with the difference in the number of questions and difficulty level.
Moderate difficulty level: NMAT by GMAC is a moderate difficulty level exam with 120 questions divided into three core sections of Verbal Ability, Quant, and Reasoning. The duration of the exam is 2 hours.
No Negative Marking: There is no negative marking in NMAT by GMAC exam. It allows you to maximize your score.
3 Retakes to improve score: NMAT by GMAC exam offers three retake chances to improve your score. This gives students the opportunity to do their best.
75 days Test window: NMAT by GMAC 2019 dates have 75 days testing window and allow you to schedule the preferred NMAT 2019 exam date to appear in NMAT exam.

We have tried to segregate B-Schools based on the NMAT Scores for General category. Below is the list of the colleges based on the past pattern. Please note that all the percentiles mentioned are tentative.

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