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NMAT Eligibility 2021 - Age, Education

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It is always a good idea for the candidates to know about the eligibility criteria before appearing for any examination. This section deals with the eligibility criteria such as age, educational qualification, nationality for the candidates who are interested in appearing for the NMAT.

NMAT 2021 Eligibility Criteria

NMAT eligibility criteria are based on three parameters: age, educational qualification, and nationality.

Age Limit: There won’t be any prescribed age limit for NMAT.

Educational Qualification: Applying candidates for NMAT 2021 should have a bachelor’s degree in any discipline from any recognized university.

Marks: Candidates should score at least 50% Marks in the qualifying examinations to be eligible for the examination.

Appearing: Candidates appearing in the final examination of required qualifications in 2021 can also apply for the examination.

NMAT 2021 – Retakes

Each Candidate will get a maximum of three attempts (RETAKES) within a testing year (1st July 2021 to 30th June 2022). 15 days gap between 2 attempts is Mandatory. Below are the number of attempts that you will be able to take based on when you appear for the first exam subject to seat availability, as seats are allocated on a first come first serve basis.

First Attempt Exam DateMaximum attempts available
On or before 24th Nov 2021Three
Between 25th Nov 2021 to 10th Dec 2021Two
On or after 11th Dec 2021One

That will be all from us in this article NMAT Exam 2021. We hope that the details shared here for the exam are beneficial to you. Keep checking this space for more information and updates on the exam dates and online application link.

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When will Registration Process for NMAT 2021 Start?

NMAT 22021 Registration Process started from 3rd Aug 2021.

What are the Dates for Late Registration for NMAT 2021 +

NMAT Late Registration will start from 11 Nov 2021 and will end on 15 Nov 2021.

What is the expected cutoff for NMIMS, Mumbai? +

90 percentile is the expected cut off for NMIMS, Mumbai

What are Maximum Attempts allowed within a Testing Year? +

Each candidate will get a maximum of 3 attempts within a testing year. That too depends on your appearance for the first exam subject to seat availability

What is NMAT exam syllabus? +

NMAT syllabus 2021 includes three subjects – Language Skills, Quantitative Skills and Logical Reasoning. The candidates must familiarise themselves with each topic of these three subjects before starting NMAT preparation.

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