- The NMAT by GMACTM exam gives each candidate a randomly generated test from a pool of questions, delivered one-at-a-time. The number of questions, difficulty levels, and the time limit for each of the sections is predetermined and, under normal administration conditions, are the same regardless of when and where the test is administered. Candidates have a choice of selecting the order/sequence of the test sections.
- The NMAT by GMACTM exam has three sections – Language Skills, Quantitative Skills and Logical Reasoning.
- The three sections of the NMAT by GMACTM are individually timed. Test takers must answer questions of each section within the allotted time.
|Section||No. of Questions||Time (Minutes)||Score Range|
Section-wise Topic Coverage:
Language Skills: Reading Comprehension, Para Forming, Error Identification Prepositions, Sentence Completion, Analogies
Logical Reasoning: Critical Reasoning, Analytical Puzzles, Deductions, Other Reasoning
Quantitative Skills: Number Properties, Arithmetic, Algebra and Probability, DI Caselets and Tables, DI Graphs and Charts, Data Sufficiency
The NMAT by GMACTM Official Guide details the above topics and concepts and this is available as both Physical Copy and Kindle version on Amazon and Flipkart. Candidates can also access the Free and Paid Prep on the Candidate Dashboard once they register for NMAT by GMACTM exam.
You will receive your score card with scaled score for the sections and total for your NMAT by GMACTM exam within 48 hours of giving the exam. You will be notified by email once your score card is ready for download.
Scaled scores - Questions in the NMAT by GMACTM exam are selected from the question pool for each examinee based on his or her performance on the questions previously answered. The questions a candidate receives are targeted at his or her ability level; therefore, a high- scoring candidate generally receives a more difficult sample of questions than a low- scoring candidate. The NMAT by GMACTM exam is scored by first obtaining the candidate’s final ability estimate based on the probabilistic model approach of modern exam theory, and then transformed to a scaled score ranging from 12 to 120.