NMAT Syllabus 2018 - The syllabus of NMAT contains the topics or chapters that candidates must prepare for the exam. The examination authority has not prescribed any syllabus for NMAT. However, the experts have suggested topics that are important for NMAT 2018 after analysing the previous years’ question papers. Candidates should prepare the topics given in NMAT syllabus since the question paper is based on the same. NMAT syllabus comprises topics from Language Skills, Quantitative Skills and Logical Reasoning. The topics of Language skills given in NMAT 2018 syllabus are designed to test candidates verbal ability and language skills while that for quantitative skills assess the calculative skills. NMAT syllabus of Logical Reasoning consists topics that test analytical ability of candidate. NMAT question paper carries 120 questions which has to be answered within 120 minutes duration. NMAT 2018 is conducted from October 5 to December 18, 2017. The detailed syllabus of NMAT is given on this page. Candidates can check NMAT syllabus to prepare better for the exam in an organised manner. Read below for more details on NMAT syllabus.
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Understanding the various topics and sub-topics of the NMAT by GMAC syllabus will help the candidates to make a proper preparation plan. Also, apart from planning for NMAT 2018, the syllabus will also help candidates to check their progress in covering the topics. As mentioned above, these 120 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) will be based on three topics, which are -
The test will be held in a computer-based mode and candidates will be allotted 120 minutes to complete the test. However, each of the sections will have their own time-period. Candidates can start from any of the three sections, but once they move to another section, then they won’t be able to go back to the previous section. To understand the NMAT Exam Pattern, check the table below -
|S.No.||Section||No. of MCQs||Allotted Time|
|1.||Language Skills||32||22 minutes|
|2.||Quantitative Skills||48||60 minutes|
The table below provides the topics and sub-topics of the NMAT syllabus that will dominate the question paper -
|Language Skills||Quantitative Skills||Logical Reasoning|
Once the candidates have gone through all the topics of the NMAT syllabus, then they can start practicing the sample papers and old question papers of the test. These sample papers are prepared by various experts and coaching institutes and are according to the latest exam pattern and syllabus. Also, the old question papers will help to boost up their preparation level. After solving each paper, one must make sure to analyze the answers. Only after a thorough analysis, candidates will become familiar with their strengths and weaknesses. For more details and to download the sample papers and old question papers, click on the sub-heading above.