The NMAT 2019 Notification has been announced. The NMAT 2019 Registration process is going to be open from 2nd July 2019. NMAT notification is the first notification of the upcoming MBA Admissions season. The NMAT 2019 exam will be delivered across a 75-day test taking window starting from 4th Oct 2019 to 17th Dec 2019.
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The timeline for NMAT 2019, as released with the NMAT 2019 notification, is as follows:
NMAT notification offers both in-time and late registration. Students registering in the late registration window will be charged an extra fee in addition to the fee payable during the normal registration period. Post registration, students will have the option of scheduling their exam in the given 75 day period. Student's can also reschedule their exam by paying the rescheduling fee. The application fee for NMAT 2019 is as follows:
According to the NMAT notification, to be eligible for NMAT 2019 a candidate requires:
The NMAT 2019 Admit Card is available for download in the student’s dashboard 48 hours after successfully scheduling the NMAT 2019 Exam. It is mandatory to carry the NMAT Admit Card along with the required IDs, scheduling confirmation letter, and photocopy of the IDs to be allowed to write the exam.
Candidates have the option to reschedule their NMAT 2019 exam 72 hours prior to the scheduled exam slot. Rescheduling will be subject to availability of a time slot on a different date. Candidates will have to pay an additional fee of INR 1100 + Applicable taxes for the same. After passing the 72-hour mark students will not be able to reschedule the exam.
The 75-day test taking window is divided into 5 windows. The results are generated separately for each window. Normalization takes place for test takers within each window. The percentile and cut off is declared later basis the normalized scores of all the test takers.
Candidates will be required to carry the following documents with them to the center without which they will not be allowed to write the test:
If you want to appear only once for NMAT
CAT is likely to be held on 24th November, IIFT on 1st December and SNAP on 15th December. Depending on the exams that you want to appear for and your preparedness, you need to schedule NMAT such that there is sufficient gap between two exams.
If you want to appear twice for NMAT
Schedule your first attempt in Window 1, 2 or 3 (latest by 10 November, so that there is at least a gap of two weeks between CAT and NMAT). You should get to know your score by the first week of December. If you are not satisfied by the score, you can appear for a retake in December.
If you want to appear thrice for NMAT
Schedule your first attempt in Window 1. You should get your scores by November second week. If you are not happy with the score, you can appear for a retake in Window 3. The retake score should be available by early December. If you are still not happy, you can take the NMAT again in Window 5.
As per the official NMAT by GMAC website, the following institutes accept NMAT scores for consideration for admission into their management programs: