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NMAT by GMAC: THE RETAKE PLAN

NMAT by GMAC retake strategies that you need to consider to do well in the exam. Also a few tips to ensure you give a quality attempt and maintain your focus on the exam.

NMAT by GMAC is one in its own kind that offers students the opportunity of 3 retakes. If you make a judicious use of this opportunity, you can land easily in an MBA course with NMIMS. Although there has been no substantial change as such in content or strategy, efforts have been made to the make the exam more student-friendly. Apart from NMIMS, 11 other universities and B-schools will consider the NMAT scores for admission to their flagship programs.

NMIMS offers 4 MBA programs at the following places- Bangalore, Mumbai, Shirpur, and Hyderabad. This year, about 60,000 students are expected to have attempted the exam by the end of the NMAT by GMAC examination window. NMIMS is 33 years old in the industry and has grown to become a multi-speciality university.

The Scheduling of NMAT by GMAC can be done until 15th December 2016. Follow the below-mentioned strategies to ensure you do the exam well:

  • Schedule a retake 15 days post your recent attempt. As you already know the pattern of the questions and how to answer, you can analyze your mistakes and work on the time you need to prepare for the next retake, fix your date accordingly.
  • You can select a slot that is a minimum of 24 hours after the time you are scheduling the transaction. Do not give a retake without investing time and effort in it and resulting in that in a sheer waste of money.
  • No-show is also considered as one of the 3 attempts. You must register for the retake and then would you be able to schedule a date for the NMAT exam.
  • One has to be a little careful in terms of the real-time availability of seats at centers. So work on the dates of possible retakes right when you are fixing the initial date.
  • Carry all the documents in original particularly the ID proof as a slight miss on any one of them might prevent you from sitting for the exam.
  • Reach the test center at least 1 hour prior to the scheduled timing to ensure things move ahead in an orderly fashion.
  • Have a score-wise strategy. 215 and above do not have to worry and retake may be optional for them. Below that cutoffFeature Articles, do not lose heart and work hard on getting additional questions right to reach that cut-off.

All the best for NMAT 2016.

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Chandrakala, a content writer at collegesearch.in



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