NMAT 2013 would be an objective type multiple-choice test, i.e. there will be no descriptive type questions. Also there will be no negative marking. This shall encourage the candidates to take the test in a confident manner and to take calculated risks while answering and not drop a question for the fear of deduction in marks.
This system of no negative marking has been adopted by NMIMS as per the current ‘best global practices and psychometric principles’.
Section of Exam Paper NMAT 2013 is likely to be:
- Language skills : 32 questions to be finished in 22 minutes
- Quant : 48 questions to be finished in 60 minutes
- LR : 40 questions to be finished in 38 minutes
NMAT is a comparative exam and not self – performance oriented, i.e. it is important for you to perform well relative to other candidates in each of the 3 sections of the test as the score of each section and the overall score will be used to shortlist the candidate for the second stage of the selection process as well as in the final ranking.
Candidates will get admission if they meet the required standards of a two-stage selection process. All eligible candidates are required to appear for the computer based NMAT to be conducted across the country. Short listed candidates will have to appear for group discussion and personal interview which will be held in Mumbai only.
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