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NMAT is the MBA entrance exam for admissions to Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS). The NMAT is designed on a multiple-choice question format that includes Quantitative Ability, Language Skills and Logical Reasoning.
The NMAT is valid for entry into the following programs offered by NMIMS:
- MBA Full Time (Only at Mumbai Campus)
- MBA (Pharmaceutical Management)
- MBA (HR)
- Bengaluru Campus
- Hyderabad Campus
All candidates are required to appear for the computer based NMAT to be conducted across the country. Shortlisted candidates will have to appear for group discussion and personal interview at selected centres.
NMAT—2015 consists of 120 questions with a test duration of 120 minutes. The questions are multiple choice types where the candidate needs to select one of the correct answers. The sections in the NMAT—2015 are Quantitative Ability, Language Skills and Logical Reasoning.
NMAT—2015 is a computer-delivered test in which each candidate gets a randomly generated exam from a pool of questions. Candidates have a choice of selecting the order/sequence of the test sections. Each section has an individual time limit and candidates need to complete answering the questions and reviewing the section within the allotted section time. The number of questions and time limit of the test sections are predetermined and, under normal administration conditions, are the same regardless of when and where the test is administered. The computer displays questions one at a time. Only after a candidate takes an action on the first question, will the computer display the next question.
A user account is required before you can schedule your exam. Visit www.pearsonvueindia.com/nmat to set up your user account.
Registration for NMAT
After setting up your user account, you can then register for the NMAT exam. This is done online at the same website: www.pearsonvueindia.com/nmat. NMIMS does not accept registrations from candidates in any other mode or form.
Scheduling of NMAT
Once your application is complete in all respects and the required payment has been received by NMIMS, you will receive an e-mail with your username and password allowing you to schedule the exam. Candidates will be able to select the date, time slot and test centre of choice based on the availability of seats. The test slots will be scheduled on a first-come, first-serve basis. You will receive a confirmation email upon finalization of scheduling.
Scheduling of NMAT – Retake
A candidate is allowed to take the NMAT—2015, a maximum of three times (first attempt plus a maximum of two retake attempts, including no shows). You can schedule the retake test on a date, which is 15 or more days after the most recent date of attempt. In other words, you will have to wait for at least 15 calendar days before you can appear for a retake attempt. You can schedule your test any time during the retake scheduling window (subjected to real time availability) for any slot which is a minimum of 24 hours later than the time you carry out the scheduling transaction in Pearson VUE system.
PLEASE NOTE: You are required to first take the “NMAT—2015” in order to become eligible for a