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CMAT 2021 Counselling: Schedule, Procedure, Merit List, Documents, and Seat Allotment

CMAT 2021 Counselling is expected to begin soon. CMAT 2021 Results have been announced on April 9, 2021. CMAT 2021 Counseling is conducted to offer admissions to the candidates who have successfully cleared the CMAT Cut Off. CMAT Counseling briefly involves the release of the cut off, personal interview, group discussion, and the final selection.

CMAT is conducted by the National Testing Agency every year for admission into some of the top AICTE approved management colleges in India. A centralized counselling process is not conducted by NTA. Every participating institute follows its own CMAT Selection Process. Check CMAT Selection Procedure 2021

CMAT Latest Updates

  • April 22: CMAT Merit List to be released by NTA will mention the candidate’s AIR, Score, and Percentile. Read more
  • April 15: State-wise Top Management Colleges that will accept CMAT score for 2021 admission. Check here
  • April 10: Complete CMAT 2021 Exam Analysis. Check here  

 

CMAT Counselling Dates

CMAT 2021 Counselling Dates

Event CMAT 2021 Important Dates
CMAT 2021 Registration  February 12, 2021
CMAT 2021 Registration Closes March 1, 2021
CMAT 2021 Admit Cards Release March 24, 2021
CMAT 2021 Exam Date March 31, 2021
CMAT 2021 Answer Key Release April 3, 2021
CMAT 2021 Results April 9, 2021
CMAT Cut Off 2021 April 2021
CMAT Counseling 2021 To be announced

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Steps to Register for CMAT Counselling 2021

CMAT 2021 Counseling varies for every college that accepts CMAT Scores. After the cut off is released for CMAT, each individual college releases the procedure to register for CMAT counselling using the scores.

Generally, the CMAT Counseling process involves the release of the cut off, personal interview, group discussion, and the final selection. Follow the following general steps for CMAT counselling:

  1. Based on CMAT cut off, narrow down the colleges that you can apply for. 
  2. Make your preference list of colleges based on research about the college and reviews given by students and alumni. 
  3. Online Registration: Candidates must first register on the official website for being eligible for CMAT counselling procedure.
  4. Choice filling & locking: Candidates need to select the colleges and courses of their choice from the list of options and lock them. No changes will be permitted in the choices at a later stage.
  5. Some colleges may have personal interviews and group discussions, some colleges might accept admissions based on merit list alone and some colleges may carry out admission based on the candidate's CMAT Scores and Merit List.

Read the complete article to know all the stages in CMAT Counselling.

Stages in CMAT Counselling

Stages in CMAT 2021 Counselling

Stage 1: CMAT Counseling Cut Off

CMAT Counselling process begins after the participating colleges announce their respective CMAT Cut Off. The counselling process is usually different for every college as each follows its individual process of selection. Candidates must register for the respective colleges as per their CMAT Cut off. The Cut off is higher for colleges that offer better education, and for most excellent colleges the general cut off range is above 80.

CMAT Cut Off is affected by the following factors: 

  • The difficulty level of CMAT 2021
  • Number of students appearing for CMAT 2021
  • Number of seats vacant in CMAT Participating Colleges
  • Number of candidates clearing CMAT 2021 Cut Off
  • Reservations - The reservations are 15%, 7.5%, 27%, 5% and 50.5% for SC, ST, OBC(NC), PwD and Gen respectively

Stage 2: CMAT Group Discussion

CMAT Group Discussion is conducted by the colleges as per the college’s admission criteria and the selection procedure adopted by the college. The Group Discussion is conducted to assess the candidates on the below-mentioned criteria:

  • Candidates Presentation Skills
  • Candidates Verbal Ability
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Leadership Skills
  • Assertiveness
  • Communication Skills
  • Impression Management 

Stage 3: CMAT Written Ability Test

In addition to the GD round, some institutes might also conduct a Written Ability Test (WAT) for CMAT Selection 2021. It will consist of essay writing and precis writing. It will test a candidate on the following aspects:

  • Writing Skills
  • English Grammar
  • Interpretation skills
  • Thinking and Analytical aptitude
  • General Awareness

Stage 4: CMAT Personal Interview

CMAT Counseling will include a Personal Interview round conducted by every participating college at its campus. The Personal Interview may also be conducted via Skype/Meet/other online portals. The candidates will be judged based on the following aspects: 

  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Verbal Skills
  • Public Speaking Skills
  • Ability to hold on to a conversation under pressure
  • Ability to argue assertively
  • Knowledge of Legal Aspects. 
Note: The Personal Interview and Group Discussion for CMAT may happen interchangeably depending on the college. 

Stage 4: CMAT Final Selection

CMAT Final Selection is done on the basis of several factors such as Merit List, CMAT Cut Off, Number of Vacancies, performance in the Group Discussion and Personal Interview, reservations, and so on. The decision is made by the college and management based on various criteria defined by the college. Selected candidates will be required to come for document submission and verification. They will have to confirm their admission by booking their seat and paying the admission fee.

Documents required for CMAT Counselling

Documents Required for CMAT 2021 Counselling

The students called for counselling have to report at the venue with the following documents/ certificates in original along with their Xerox copies:

  1. CMAT Admit Card
  2. CMAT merit list
  3. Class 10th marksheet and passing certificate (original and photocopy) 
  4. Class 12th marksheet and passing certificate (original and photocopy)
  5. Application Forms
  6. Character Certificate
  7. Transfer Certification
  8. leaving certificate
  9. Scheduled Caste/ Tribe/ OBC (non-creamy layer)/ PH / CW certificate (if required)
  10. Six to eight passport size photographs
  11. Valid Photo ID issued by the Government of India (Aadhar Card/PAN Card/Voter ID/Driving License etc.)
  12. Birth Certificates (original and photocopy)
  13. ECA certificate/proof or recognition
  14. Address Proof
CMAT Cut Off 2021

CMAT 2021 Cut Off

Name of College CMAT 2021 Cut Off (Tentative)
JBMIS Mumbai 99+

GIM Goa: Goa Institute of Management
95+
 
KSOM, Bhubaneshwar 95+
SIMSREE Mumbai: Sydenham Institute of Management Studies And Research And Entrepreneurship Education 99+
 
Great Lakes Chennai: Great Lakes Institute of Management - GLIM 95+
 
IPE Hyderabad: Institute of Public Enterprise 90+
SIMSR Mumbai: K J Somaiya Institute of Management Studies And Research 90+
PUMBA: Department of Management Sciences University of Pune 90+
IFMR Graduate School of Business at KREA University 90+
Prin L N Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research 85+
 
IFMR, Chennai 85+
Jaipuria Institute of Management 85+
IMT, Hyderabad & Nagpur 80+
XISS Ranchi: Xavier Institute of Social Service, Ranchi 80+
JIMS Rohini Delhi: Jagan Institute of Management Studies 80+
Vignana Jyothi Institute of Management - VJIM Hyderabad 80+
SDMIMD Mysore: SDM Institute For Management Development 80+
ITM Navi Mumbai 80+
WE School Bangalore: Prin. L. N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research 80+
IFMR, Chennai 80+
Jaipuria Institute of Management 80+
IES Management College And Research Centre, Mumbai 75+
Jaipuria Institute of Management Noida 75+
SCMS Cochin: SCMS Cochin School of Business 75+
GBS Kolkata: Globsyn Business School, Kolkata 75+
NIA Pune: National Insurance Academy 75+
New Delhi Institute of Management - NDIM New Delhi 75+
XIME Chennai: Xavier Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship 75+
BULMIM New Delhi: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's Usha & Lakshmi Mittal Institute of Management 70+
VESIM Mumbai: Vivekanand Education Society Institute of Management Studies and Research 70+
IIMS Pune: International Institute of Management Studies 60+
EMPI Business School, New Delhi 60+
Jaypee Business School - JBS Noida 60+

CMAT 2021 Sectional Cut Off (Tentative)

CMAT 2021 sectional cutoff is the minimum score one must obtain in order to clear CMAT 2021 and secure a seat in an AICTE approved Management College. Here are the projected cutoffs for CMAT 2021, section wise: 

Section CMAT 2021 Sectional Cut Off(Tentative)
Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation 50
Language Comprehension 45
Logical Reasoning 40
General Awareness 55

Check CMAT 2021 Cut Off

CMAT Merit List

CMAT Merit List 2021 

CMAT Merit List 2021 is released by the NTA on the official website. It will contain all necessary information like CMAT score(overall & sectional), All India Rank(AIR), etc. It can be accessed and downloaded by the candidates online and can be used for admission purposes. 

Instructions for accessing Merit list 2021 

  1. Visit the official website of NTA
  2. Click on “Management Exams”, then on “CMAT”.
  3. Search for “CMAT Merit List”.
  4. The Merit List will be displayed in .pdf format
  5. Press Ctrl + F and type your name in the search box as mentioned in the CMAT admit card to check your merit rank.

Alternatively, you can also visit CMAT official domain of NTA directly:

  1. Visit the Official website cmat.nta.ac.in
  2. Search for “CMAT merit list 2021”
  3. The Merit List will be displayed in .pdf format
  4. Ctrl + F and type your name in the search box as mentioned in the CMAT admit card to check your merit rank.
  5. Verify the roll number and check your rank

 Click here to know more about CMAT 2021 Merit List 

CMAT Participating Colleges

CMAT 2021 Participating Colleges

Here is a list of Participating Colleges for CMAT 2021, which you can use to make a list of preferred colleges. 

College/University Programs Offered
Alliance School of Business, Bangalore MBA, Executive
Christ University, Bangalore  MBA Lean Operation and Systems
Doon Business School, Dehradun MBA (International Business | Finance | Human Resource Management | Marketing)
Galgotias Business School, Greater Noida MBA (Aviation Management | Business Analytics | Marketing | Media Management | Finance, etc)
GIBS Business School, Bangalore Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Marketing | Finance | Human Resource Management | Entrepreneurship | Business Analytics, etc.)
GITAM School of International Business MBA (Hospital Management | International Business | Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Venture Development | General | Business Analytics)
Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai Post Graduate Program in Management (Analytics | AI & Machine Learning) | Finance | Marketing | Human Resources), MBA
Goa Institute of Management, Goa Post Graduate Diploma in Management (General | Healthcare Management | Banking, Financial services & Insurance Management | Big Data Analytics), Fellow Program in Management (FPM), Post Graduate Diploma in Management
Institute of Financial Management and Research, Changambakkam MBA (Economics| Data Science & Information Systems | Operations Management | Finance & Accounting | Strategy Management | Marketing | OB & HR), Executive MBA
Department of Management Studies, NIT Durgapur MBA (Finance | Human Resource Management | International Business | Marketing | Organizational Behaviour And Human Resource Development etc)
Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS), Mumbai Masters in Management MM( Human Resource Development & Management | Information Management), MBA, Masters in Financial Management
KJ Somaiya Institute of Management Studies & Research (KJSIMSR), Mumbai MBA (Health Care Management | International Business | General | Finance | Human Resource), Executive MBA
Sydenham Institute of Management Studies, Research & Entrepreneurship Education - [SIMSREE], Mumbai MMS, MFM, MMM, PhD
Pune University, Department of Management Studies (PUMBA DMS) MBA (Finance | Human Resource Management | Marketing | Operations Management | Pharma-Biotech etc), Executive MBA
Acharya Bangalore Business School (ABBS), Bangalore MBA (Human Resource Management | Finance | Banking Finance and Insurance Services Management | Startups & SMES Management | Marketing), Executive MBA
Calcutta Business School, Kolkata PGDM - Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Marketing | Human Resource Management | Finance | Operation)
EMPI Business School Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Research and Business Analytics | Human Resource Management | General | Advertising Communication), Post Graduate Diploma in Global Business Management
Jaipuria Institute of Management Post Graduate Diploma in Management ( General | Marketing | Services Management), FPM
SIES College of Management Studies Post Graduate Program in Management (Finance), MMS ( Finance | Marketing | Human Resource Management | Operations | Systems)
WE School Bangalore: Prin. L. N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research Post Graduate Diploma in Management (General | Healthcare Management | E-Business | Media And Entertainment | Rural Management, etc)
BULMIM New Delhi: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's Usha & Lakshmi Mittal Institute of Management Post Graduate Diploma in Management( International Business | Marketing | Finance | Human Resource Management | Digital Marketing)
VESIM Mumbai: Vivekanand Education Society Institute of Management Studies and Research Post Graduate Diploma in Management( Operations Management | Business Analytics | International Business | Marketing | Human Resource Management), PGDM+MMTSC, Executive MBA, MMS, MBA 
Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India - EDII Ahmedabad Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Business Entrepreneurship | Development Studies), FPM
MSRIM Bangalore: M S Ramaiah Institute of Management MBA( Hospitality Management | Small Business Management & Entrepreneurship | Human Resource Management | Financial Management | Pharma Business Management )
XISS Ranchi: Xavier Institute of Social Service, Ranchi Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Human Resource Management | Marketing | Rural Management | Finance | Information Technology)
XIME Chennai: Xavier Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Finance | Human Resource Management | Marketing | Information Technology and Analytics | General Management)
SDMIMD Mysore: SDM Institute For Management Development Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Operations Management | Business Analytics | General | Marketing | Finance), Post Graduate Certificate in Management
Vignana Jyothi Institute of Management - VJIM Hyderabad Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Executive | Business Analytics | General | Marketing | Finance),
JIMS Rohini Delhi: Jagan Institute of Management Studies Post Graduate Diploma in Management (General | International Business | Retail)
XIME Bangalore: Xavier Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Finance | Human Resource Management | Information Technology and Analytics | Marketing | General Management)
BIMTECH Greater Noida: Birla Institute of Management Technology Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Finance | Human Resource Management | Information Technology and Analytics | Marketing | General Management)
Christ University Bengaluru: Institute of Management MBA (Finance | Human Resource Management | Business Analytics | Marketing | Lean Operation and Systems)
DSIMS Mumbai: Durgadevi Saraf Institute of Management Studies Post Graduate Diploma in Management, MMS (Finance | Human Resource Management | Operations | Marketing)
IIMS Pune: International Institute of Management Studies Post Graduate Diploma in Management (General | Retail)
EMPI Business School, New Delhi Post Graduate Program in Supply Chain & Logistics, Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Research and Business Analytics | Human Resource Management | General | Advertising Communication), Post Graduate Diploma in Global Business Management
Jaypee Business School - JBS Noida MBA (Business Analytics | Finance | Financial Services | Human Resource Management | International Business)

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CMAT Counselling FAQs

CMAT 2020 Counselling FAQs

Ques. What are the documents required at the time of CMAT counselling

Ans. Documents required at the time of counselling are CMAT Admit Card, CMAT Rank Card, 10th & 12th certificates and marksheets, Reservation Documents, passport size photo.

Ques. How is the CMAT Merit List Prepared?

Ans. CMAT 2021 Merit List allots rank to the candidates as per the marks obtained by them in the CMAT 2021. More are the marks obtained by the candidate; more good will be the rank.
The percentile score is calculated using the following formula:
Percentile P = ((N - Rank of the candidate)/ N) x 100
(Where P is percentile and N is the total number of candidates who appeared in the exam)
The Scores obtained have been calculated by assigning:
+4 marks for the correct answer
-1 mark for an incorrect answer
0 mark for no answer.

Ques. What are the reservation criteria for CMAT?

Ans. The reservations can have a huge impact on the cutoff list of the college that you prefer. The reservation criteria for CMAT is as follows:

  • General - 50.5%
  • Scheduled Tribe - 7.5%
  • Scheduled Caste - 15%
  • Other Backward Castes(Non-Creamy Layer) - 27%
  • People with Disability(PwD) - 5% in each category

Ques. What is mentioned in the CMAT merit list?

Ans. CMAT Merit List consists of the following details:

  • Candidate Name
  • Candidate CMAT Roll Number
  • CMAT All India Rank
  • Section-wise and Overall Scores
  • Section-wise and Overall Percentile
  • Criteria for determining CMAT merit rank and percentile score

Ques. What are the alternatives for CMAT 2021?

Ans. Here are some alternatives for CMAT 2021:

  • Name of Exam
  • Common Entrance Test(CAT)
  • Xaviers Admission Test(XAT)
  • Management Aptitude Test (MAT)
  • Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP)
  • Narsee Monjee Management Aptitude Test(NMAT)
  • Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)

Ques. What is the syllabus for MH CET LAW logical and analytical reasoning?

Ans. Syllabus Share trading

Ques. What is Mathematics?

Ans. For MH CET Law basic mathematics, Mensuration, Commercial Mathematics, Modern Mathematics, Data Interpretation, Arithmetic

*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College.

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Ques. What is the CMAT cut off?

● Top Answer By Keshav Jindal on 28 Apr 21

Ans. CMAT is an entrance exam for students looking to pursue MBA or PGDM at AICTE approved management institutes. It is a three-hour computer-based test and it will assure you admission to AICTE approved MBA/PGDM courses. It is a moderately difficult exam and includes around 100 questions in total that are further divided into four sections. These are Quantitative techniques and Data interpretation, Language Comprehension, Logical Reasoning, and General Awareness. All of these sections constitute 25 questions each on the test. Moreover, if you are looking for a comparison, CMAT is quite easy as compared to CAT or XAT. Other than this, here are a few cutoffs for some of the popular colleges across the country for 2020: College Cutoff JIBMS Mumbai 99+ Goa Institute of Management 95+ KSOM, Bhubaneshwar 95+ Jaipuria Institute of Management 85+ IMT, Hyderabad & Nagpur 80+ Additionally, the selection procedure also varies from college to college. Each of them also has its own admission portal as well. It is advisable to go through the list of colleges and their admission portals before you plan to appear for the exam. You need to clear your basics, have a good speed and accuracy, and a decent presence of mind. All these factors coupled together will help you crack the exam easily. You can also look to attempt mock tests and practice them.Read more
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Ques. What is the CMAT exam pattern like?

● Top Answer By Vidushi on 02 Feb 21

Ans. CMAT or Common Aptitude Management Test is a computer-based test conducted by NTA (previously by AICTE). This exam is of objective nature. The internal mentor of mine from TIME Institute informed us that the CMAT question paper contains 100 MCQs with four options each to choose the right answer from. You are allowed to submit your responses in 3 hours, following which the test window will be closed automatically. Similar to other management entrance tests, the exam has four sections: Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation: You need to focus on Arithmetic and Modern Maths and have strong basics and good familiarity with all possible questions that could be framed from these two topics.  Data Interpretation demands to focus on bar graphs and pie charts.  Along with this, you need to be comfortable and confident in topics such as Algebra, Mensuration, Geometry, Number Systems, Trigonometry, etc. Logical Reasoning It is an analytical way of thinking about a given problem statement, analyzing and evaluating information gathered from observation and experience, to reach certain conclusions.  Critical/Logical Reasoning clarifies goals considering certain assumptions, apprehends hidden values, and evaluates evidence to assess rational conclusions.  You should work on skills like observation, interpretation, analysis, inference, evaluation, estimation, and explanation. General Awareness General awareness includes topics on history, geography, current affairs – economic, business, sports, corporate events, etc.  Questions related to entertainment, politics, and the environment are also asked.  You are advised to stay updated with the recent important events happening in India and across the globe. You can follow good English dailies and good magazines such as The Hindu, Competition success review, etc. Language Comprehension Traditional reading comprehension is basically a paragraph with 5 questions revolving around the author’s viewpoint, idea, etc.  CMAT’s language comprehension would be easier as compared to that of other competitive exams, as direct questions would be asked.  Develop a habit of reading, as it will eventually build your Comprehension skills. Vocabulary includes Para-jumbles, Antonyms & Synonyms, and grammar (idioms & phrases, Sentence correction, Sentence completion, fill in the blanks, Interference & Judgement, Facts, analogy, etc). Here is an overview of the marking scheme: Subject No of questions Marks Quantitative Ability 25 100 Verbal Ability 25 100 Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation 25 100 General Awareness 25 100 Each section comprises 25 questions, where each question carries four marks. This makes each section weigh 100 marks equally and hence the entire exam is graded out of 400 marks. However, unanswered questions do not cause mark deductions. You are advised to take more and more mock tests for CMAT, to get more familiar with the exam pattern, and to develop the required temperament for the exam.Read more
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Ques. Which is the best B school to get in using a CMAT/MAT score?

● Top Answer By Nikkil Visha on 02 Feb 21

Ans. CMAT, commonly known as the Common Management Aptitude Test, is a computer-based entrance exam conducted by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) for admission to MBA/PGDM courses in over 1000 B-schools across India. The duration of the exam is three hours with the question paper consisting of 100 questions from Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation, Logical Reasoning, Language Comprehension, and General Awareness. You can refer to the table given below for the cutoffs released by various B schools, analyzed as per the previous year's trends. These colleges have been recommended by our mentor from Erudite Institute. Listed below are the names of the colleges and their cut offs:  Name of the College Cutoff JBIMS, Mumbai 99.99 %ile Sydenham(SIMREE), Mumbai  99.92%ile SIES Mumbai 99.8%ile MET, Mumbai 98%ile KJ Somaiya, Mumbai 97%ile Goa Institute of Management Great Lakes Institute of Management PUMBA, Pune Indira Institute of Management, Pune 95%ile  IPE Hyderabad IFMR, Chennai 90%ile  NIBM, Pune Welingkar Institute, Mumbai N.L Dalmia Institute, Mumbai 85%ile XISS Ranchi HR IMT Navi Mumbai ISME, Mumbai 80%ile  Welingkar Institute, Bangalore Soil Institute of Management NIA Pune 75%ile  ADANI Institute of Infrastructure Management 70%ile These colleges may not be Tier 1 institutions but are good B Schools that admit students on the basis of their CMAT scores. These management institutes conduct group discussions and personal interviews to select candidates for MBA/PGDM programs post declaration of CMAT exam results. The admission process of each institute is independent and according to their academic cycle.Read more
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Ques. What is the benefit of the CMAT rather than the MAT?

● Top Answer By Bhavya Rawal on 02 Feb 21

Ans. The CMAT exam is conducted by the National Test Agency and is accepted by many top colleges for their MBA programs compared to the MAT exam. CMAT also has a greater number of colleges that accept CMAT scores for their admission process. CMAT also enjoys better recognition compared to the MAT exam. Many tier 1 CMAT colleges enjoy better brand recognition in the industry. Even further some of the tier 1 colleges that used to accept MAT scores such as Great Lakes Chennai are now considering CMAT scores for their screening process. The major differences in the pattern of the CMAT and the MAT tests are tabulated below, Criteria CMAT MAT Duration of the Exam 3 Hrs (180 minutes) 2 Hrs 30mins (150 minutes) Number of Sections 4 sections 5 sections Total Mark of the exam 400 marks. 100 marks for each section. 200 Marks. 40 marks for each section. Marks for Correct Answer +4 Marks +1 Marks Marks for Incorrect Answer -1 Marks. No negative marking for unattempted questions. -0.25 Marks. No negative marking for unattempted questions. CMAT does not have any sectional time limits. The exam comprises 4 sections namely Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation, General Awareness, Logical Reasoning, Language Comprehension. MAT exam also does not have any sectional time limits. The exam comprises 5 sections namely Language Comprehension, Intelligence and, Critical Reasoning, Data Analysis and Sufficiency, Mathematical Skills, and Indian and Global Environment. Unlike the CMAT exam MAT exam is conducted both in online and offline modes. Thus, the CMAT exam has many more benefits and opportunities compared to the MAT exam.Read more
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Ques. Is the difficulty level of exams like the NMAT, Snap, and the CMAT the same?

● Top Answer By Himani Arora on 02 Feb 21

Ans. NMAT, SNAP, and CMAT are some of the Management entrance aptitude tests conducted by different exam bodies in India. All these exams have a set of colleges that accepts these scores. All three exams are computer-based and follow Objective Type Questions (MCQ) question format. These three exams have varying difficulty levels. SNAP conducted by Symbiosis University is tough compared to the other two exams NMAT and CMAT. NMAT and SNAP have a similar level of difficulty but SNAP has a tough choice of questions compared to NMAT. CMAT is the least difficult exam among all the three exams. The pattern differences between the exam are tabulated below, Criteria CMAT NMAT SNAP Duration of the Exam 3 Hrs (180 minutes) 2 Hrs (120 minutes) 1 Hr (60 minutes) Number of Sections 4 sections 3 sections 3 sections Total Mark of the exam 400 marks. 100 marks for each section. 120 Marks 60 marks Marks for Correct Answer +4 Marks +1 Mark + 1 Mark Marks for Incorrect Answer -1 Marks. No negative marking for unattempted questions. No negative marking for incorrect answers and unattempted questions. -0.25 marks for each incorrect attempt. Sectional Time Limits: CMAT does not have any sectional time limits. The exam comprises 4 sections namely Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation, General Awareness, Logical Reasoning, Language Comprehension. Whereas NMAT has sectional time limits. Language Skills (22 mins), Quantitative Aptitude (60 mins), Logical Reasoning (38 mins). SNAP exam does not have sectional time limits. The exam comprises 3 exams namely No sectional time limits. General English, Quantitative-Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency, Analytical & Logical Reasoning. Section selection: Candidates can answer from any section of their choice in CMAT.  In NMAT candidates can choose the order of sections of their choice. The questions will appear in the order chosen by the candidates. In short, if the exams are to be arranged based on difficulty then SNAP> NMAT> CMAT. SNAP is the most difficult followed by NMAT and then CMAT.Read more
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