New Delhi, 11th July 2015
NMAT- Narsee Monjee Aptitude Test is to be conducted by Graduate Management Admission Council this year. It is been announced that there won’t be any further changes in the pattern of the examination and its content as per se. NMAT 2015 by GMAC will be having the longest test window amidst other MBA entrance exams that are conducted in India. It will be having 75 days test window. The test exam will commence from 6th October to 19th December 2015. The exam of NMAT was taken over by GMAC in March 2015.
Associate Director, Market Development of South Asia, GMAC, Vikram Shah said “No change will be incorporated in the content of the NMAT by GMAC exam in the 2015 cycle and the format of the exam will remain the same. The format will be basic multiple choice question paper that comprises Quantitative Ability Language Skills and Logical Reasoning”.
The ultimate objective of GMAC is to make use of NMAT exam for granting admission to Business schools other than Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies. So far, NMAT scores were used by only NMIMS and its allied colleges. There will be online registration for NMAT 2015 by GMAC and they have are already open now. It started on 2nd July 2015 and will end on October 5th 2015.
GMAC is the owner of GMAT exam that was given by aspirants to explore admission opportunity in more than 6000+ MBA programs across the world in top B schools GMAC taking over NMAT.