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NMAT Adaptive Test Pattern Explained!

MBA aspirants often wonder about the marking scheme of the NMAT exam, its exam pattern, and its score range. We know that the NMAT exam is adaptive in nature, but let us dive into the intricacies of adaptive tests. To get an idea of how you are going to perform in the NMAT, it is vital to first understand What Is The Adaptive Pattern In the NMAT exam.

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Adaptive Exam Pattern In NMAT

NMAT is a Computer Adaptive Test, which means NMAT has a novel approach to assessment, dynamically adjusting the difficulty, level, and sequence of questions based on your performance during the examination. For example, if you are presented with a question on the NMAT, and you attempt it correctly, the next question will be of an increased level of difficulty, and so on. Consequently, if you attempt a question incorrectly, the next question will be of a lesser difficulty level as compared to the question that was attempted incorrectly and so on. There is no negative marking in adaptive examination and the weightage is equal for all sections in the NMAT. This pattern is followed throughout the exam, making it one of India’s most sought-after competitive exams for MBA at NMIMS.

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Marking Scheme In NMAT

Now to address the main query, “What is the marking scheme of NMAT by GMAC?” let us understand how GMAC, the conducting body of NMAT, had designed its marking scheme for the NMAT adaptive test.

SectionScore Range
Language Skills 12-120
Quantitative Skills 12-120
Logical Reasoning Skills 12-120
Total 36-360
As per the latest update from NMAT by GMAC

It is crucial to mention that there is no negative marking in the NMAT exam and there are no set marks that are awarded for each correct answer. However, it is important to note that each question on the NMAT will carry varied weightage according to the level of difficulty. In an ideal scenario, where one is attempting the questions correctly, there is an incremental weightage assigned to each question in proportion to its level of difficulty which helps in boosting the score. So it is always advisable to put in some extra time in solving the initial set of questions correctly in the exam, for each section as it will give a major push to the sectional score and ultimately increase the overall score as well.

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Where To Prepare From For NMAT?

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Indrajeet Singh
Indrajeet Singh
The mastermind behind IQuanta, Indrajeet Singh is an expert in Quant and has devised some ingenious formulae and shortcuts to significantly cut down on the time taken to solve a problem

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