NMAT 2017 i.e. Narse Monjee Management Aptitude Test for fetching admission into the prestigious B-School of India has released notification about starting its Application process. Beginning from July 4,2017, the application and form filling process for NMAT exam 2017 this year is available online by GMAC. Graduate Management Global Connection i.e. GMAC which is the conducting authority of NMAT every year for candidates who aim to get enrolment into the top notch business schools to study management courses beginning from academic year 2018 via the examination serving as an entrance test in 2017, i.e. NMAT.
All About NMAT 2017 : Eligibility Criteria
Aspirants who aim to pursue their higher degree qualification of doing their Masters in Business Administration, i.e. their MBA course after graduation can apply for the ‘Admission Test’ via NMAT 2017 to take the first step in achieving their goals and dreams. Graduates who have secured more than 50% of aggregate marks on completion of their graduation degree in any field which serves as an eligibility criteria for those who aspire to do MBA as their post graduation course can apply for the NMAT 2017. It is widely adopted that B-schools have always preferred candidates with some work experience over freshers who have just passed out from their graduation and have not applied their acquired skill set in the industry as of now.
NMAT Exam 2017 : Application Fee & Dates
The Application Fee for taking the prestigious NMAT 2017 once is INR 1800. With the examination conducted multiple times within a window of 75 days making candidates eligible to take maximum three attempts to improve their score, with each time payment of INR 1800 each. Candidates can even re-schedule their NMAT examination attempt within a stipulated time frame with prior notification of at least 72 hours before the scheduled exam date by paying an additional re-scheduling fee of INR 1000. The window for applying for the NMAT 2017 would remain open from July 4, 2017 to October 3,2017. Moreover, due to some reasons, if candidates fail to apply within stipulated time can still do so by paying late payment fee of additional INR 200 to the basic application fee of INR 1800.
The mode of payment shall be solely online based by using Debit , Credit Cards, Online wallets, Net Banking, UPI, Mobile wallets etc.
The exam pattern involves three sections of Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation, Quantitative Ability and English language skills. Candidates aiming to take NMAT 2017 shall take note of aforementioned details. All the best folks!
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