NMAT Syllabus 2018

NMAT Syllabus 2018: Before appearing in the NMIMS Management Aptitude Test, candidates must have the proper exam pattern and complete NMAT syllabus with them. The paper pattern consist the information regarding no. of questions/marks and syllabus includes the details about important topics which are likely to be appear in the exam. That’s why these are known as the most important tools to crack any competitive examination.

The NMAT exam is like the entrance test for those aspirants who want to take admission in best management colleges. This test is conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council and many institutions accept the applicants on the basis of their marks in this exam. Further information about NMAT syllabus 2018 is structured below by the team of www.privatejobshub.in.

NMAT Syllabus 2018

NMAT by GMAC 2018 Exam Pattern:

Suitable time duration will be given for every section. Candidates need to attempt the sections in their respective time. Total 120 questions related to Quantitative Skills, Logical Reasoning and Language Skills. Each question will contain 1 mark and there will no negative marking in this test. The management aptitude test will last long for 2 hours.

 Section Number of Questions Time in Minutes 32 22 48 60 40 38 Total 120 120

NMAT Syllabus 2018:

NMAT exam is separated into 3 sections – Language Skills, Quantitative Skills and Logical Reasoning Skills. The complete NMAT by GMAC syllabus is available in the below table briefly, check it out:
 Language Skills Reading Comprehension Language usage and their rules Synonyms Anonyms Syntax, and correct grammar Fill in the blanks Para Jumble Idioms Vocabulary Quantitative Skills, Data Interpretation & DS Algebra (Linear/Quadratic Equation) Trigonometry Line graph Arithmetic Bar graph Tables Pie chart 2D and 3 D Geometry, and Statistic Modern Math Number Systems Percentage Ratio/Proportion Profit and Loss Average Time-Speed-Distance Work/Time Mixture & Solution/Alligations Simple/Compound interest Mensuration Probability Permutations and Combinations Coordinate Geometry Logical Reasoning Coding & Decoding Series Strong Arguments and Weak Arguments Multi-dimensional arrangements Puzzles Arrangement Family tree Numeric grid Critical Reasoning Calendars Syllogisms Statement Conclusions Course of Action Blood Relations

These are the important topics which are most likely to be asked in the NMAT 2018 exam. Along with this aspirants can prepare some other topics like verbal ability, data analysis and sufficiency, mathematical skills and intelligence & critical reasoning. Candidates can attend the online Mock Test; they will get some help from there also. And solve previous year question papers, the questions available in the models have more chances to be asked in management entrance test.

 Preparation Material

NMAT Preparation Books:

 Book’s Name Direct Download GMAT Official Guide 2018 How to prepare for Logical Reasoning High School English Grammar and Composition Book How to Prepare for Quantitative Aptitude How to Prepare for Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation The Pearson Guide to Quantitative Aptitude The Mega Yearbook 2017 English Comprehension for MAT/ CMAT/ MHCET/ NMAT Exams 30 Days to a More Powerful Vocabulary

For the convenience of aspirants, some best preparation books for NMAT exam are available. You can download it just by hitting on the given link or you can purchase it from the books shop. These books have the best study material and most important questions in it which helps the candidates in scoring good marks.

NMAT 2018 Exam Centres:
• Chandigarh
• Delhi
• Jaipur
• Lucknow
• Mumbai
• Nagpur
• Bengaluru
• Chennai
• Cochin
• Bhillai
• Bhopal
• Indore
• Bhubaneswar
• Guwahati
• Kolkata
• Patna

A candidate can take this exam up to a maximum of 3 times (first attempt plus 2 retake attempts) including no shows, if candidates wish to. There has to be a gap of at least 15 days between two successive attempts. For candidates having multiple attempts, the best score is considered for short listing purposes. The result for each attempt is declared separately, approximately 15 days after the test attempt.