NMAT by GMAC 2016 Analysis - Easy to Moderate difficulty level with no change in pattern
NMAT by GMAC 2016 has started from October 6, 2015. This is the first year when the conducting body of NMAT has changed from NMIMS Mumbai to the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). The pattern is same as the past years, On the basis of the first few days of the test, the overall difficulty level of the exam can be rated as easy to moderate.
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Let us first have a look at the exam pattern of NMAT by GMAC 2016.
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Now let us have a look at the section wise detailed analysis of NMAT by GMAC 2016.
In terms of time, this was the toughest section to crack with 32 questions to solve within 22 minutes. The difficulty level of this section can be marked as moderate. There were 2 Reading Comprehension passages and few questions on Vocabulary, Para Jumbles, Sentence Correction, Fill in the blanks with grammar inputs, Verbal Analogies etc.
The Quantitative Skills section included questions on the various areas of Quant, Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency. The DI and DS sets were lengthy hence time consuming. On the other hand, the Quant questions were easier to solve. The overall difficulty level can be marked as easy to moderate. The topics in the Quant section included Arithmetic, Numbers, Algebra, Geometry and Modern Maths. The DI sets were based on Bar Graph, Line Graph, Pie Chart, Tables etc.
The overall difficulty level of this section was Easy to Moderate. Some of the questions in this section were time consuming. On the other hand, there were some sitter questions which could have been solved in few seconds. Some of the topics of the Logical Reasoning section include, “Venn diagrams, operator-based questions, input-output, blood relations, course of action, statements and conclusions, series-based questions, non-verbal reasoning to analytical puzzles.”
Expected NMAT by GMAC 2016 Cutoff
As per the experts, the overall expected cutoff for the exam would be 210 to 215 marks. The sectional cutoffs are expected to range from 50 to 90.
The exam will end on December 19, 2015. A candidate is allowed to take 2 retakes and the best of the scores would be considered. The scores will be accepted by 16 B-schools across the country including NMIMS, the erstwhile conducting body of NMAT.
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Normally in himachal pradesh the cut off goes quite low as compared to other states last year in 2019 the cutt of for general category was 495+
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