Published: 04th July 2017
Registrations commence for NMAT by GMAC, with more candidate-friendly features
The registrations are open from July 4 to October 14
In its endeavour to connect talent with right career opportunities, Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) today announced the commencement of registrations for NMAT by GMAC. Running in its third year, the registrations are now formally open from July 4, 2017 to October 14, 2017. This year, the registration process has been made further more candidate-friendly with new features like ‘multiple login methods’ and ‘additional payment options’. Aspirants can register through www.nmat.org.in to undertake the test.
Commenting on the launch, Vikram Shah, Director of Product Management at the council said, “GMAC has always focused on the candidate’s test taking experience. NMAT by GMAC is the standardised GME test in India and offers a lot of benefits to the candidates in their journey towards management education in India. With the expanded test centre network and the new features like the prep diagnostic report, candidates will benefit immensely to pursue the management career of their choice through the scores.”
With the expanded test centre network and new features like the prep diagnostic report, candidates will benefit immensely to pursue the management career of their choice through the scores
Vikram Shah, Director of Product Management, GMAC
Mr. Gaurav Srivastava, Regional Director in South Asia said, “Over the years, we have been seeing an increase in the demand for the exam amongst candidates which has resulted in a 17% growth in registration numbers. This year, it is going to go global by launching across four international locations. We believe that this will help the candidates from these countries get an opportunity to apply to Indian schools that are using the NMAT by GMAC exam and they can take the test in their home country"
This year, there will be 4 International Test Centres in Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh and across 20 new test centres in India to widen the reach. The students will have to appear for three sections – Language Skills, Quantitative Skills and Logical Reasoning. The exam allows a candidate to choose the order in which he/she would like to respond to each of the sections on the test and self-schedule the test date, time and location based on the availability of seats at each test centre. Aspirants can also register for the exam through their mobile.