Overview of CMAT
The second-largest management entrance examination of the country, Common Management Admission Test or CMAT is taken by roughly 1.5 lakh candidates. Conducted by the National Testing Agency, CMAT is a popular option among MBA aspirants after CAT. The first CMAT exam took place in 2012 The exam score is accepted by more than 1000 MBA institutes across the country. The CMAT exam is held in January every year.
Common Management Admission Test is an online computer-based test conducted by the National Testing Agency, India. It is a national-level admission test for facilitating institutions to select suitable students for admission in all management programs approved by AICTE.
- Full-Form – Common Management Admission Test
- Candidate must be a graduate with a recognised degree
- Candidate must have more than 50% as their final degree percentage, or 45% in case of reserved categories.
- Final year students are allowed but need a certificate from the college.
- Executive PGDM students must have 5 years of work experience.
- Exam Pattern
- Language – English
- Mode – Computer Based
- Duration – 3 hours
- No. of Questions – 100
- Marking – +4 for correct answers and -1 for wrong answers
- Exam Syllabus
- Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation
- Logical Reasoning
- Language Comprehension
- General Awareness
- Official Website – https://ntacmat.nic.in/