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CMAT 2021 Exam Analysis: Sectional and Previous Years’ Paper, Question Paper Analysis

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Urvashi Singhal

Exams Prep Master | Updated On - Apr 27, 2021

CMAT 2021 slot 1 has been conducted from 9 AM to 12 PM in online mode. Candidates who appeared for the exam found the overall difficulty to be moderate and GK section to be the hardest.

In general, CMAT difficulty level is moderate to difficult. Generally, the Logical Reasoning Section is the most difficult section of the paper. CMAT Sectional Cut Off depends heavily on the difficulty level of the paper. 

  • CMAT is considered to be of moderate difficulty when compared to other management exams such as CAT, XAT etc. Check CMAT Preparation Tips
  • CMAT consists of 4 sections, Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation, Logical Reasoning, Language Comprehension, General Awareness. Check CMAT 2021 Exam Pattern and Syllabus
  • CMAT 2020 Question Paper consists of 100 questions, i.e. 25 questions in each section. Check CMAT Question Papers

Also Check: CMAT 2021 Exam Date Postponed and Exam Pattern Revised

CMAT 2021 Exam Analysis

CMAT 2021 Exam Analysis

CMAT Exam Analysis for the first shift:

Name of the Section Total No. of Questions Total Marks Good Attempt Difficulty Level
Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation 25 100 21+ Moderate
General Awareness 25 100 19+ Moderate-Difficult
Logical Reasoning 25 100 21+ Easy-Moderate
Language Comprehension 25 100 20+ Moderate
Innovation & Entrepreneurship (Optional) 25 100 18+ Moderate
Total 100+25 400+100 85+ to 105+ Moderate

CMAT Quantitative Technique and Data Interpretation Analysis (Shift 1)

Area No of Questions. Specifics /Topics
Arithmetic 10
  • Percentages
  • Time-speed-distance
  • Time-work
  • Ratio-Proportion
  • SI-CI
  • Mixtures & Allegations
  • Work Pipes & Cisterns
Algebra 3
  • Quadratic equations
  • Linear Equations
Geometry 1
  • Triangles
Modern Math 4
  • Function
  • Probability
  • Permutation - Combination
  • Venn Diagram
Numbers 5
  • Properties of Numbers
  • Surds & Indices
Data Interpretation 2
  • Table
  • Pie-Chart

CMAT Logical Reasoning Analysis (Shift 1)

Area No of Questions.
  • Specifics /Topics
Verbal Reasoning 3
  • Critical Reasoning
Non Verbal Reasoning 22
  • Coding-decoding
  • Relations
  • Series
  • Analogies
  • Blood Relations
  • Arrangements(Circular & Matrix)
  • Visual Reasoning
  • Directions
  • Counting number of figures etc.

CMAT Language Comprehension Analysis (Shift 1)

Area No of Questions. Specifics /Topics
Reading Comprehension
(4 passages)
  • (approx. 80 to 500 words)
Vocabulary 3
  • Synonyms
  • Fill in the Blanks
Grammar 8
  • Sentence Correction/Improvement

CMAT General Awareness Analysis (Shift 1)

Area No of Questions. Specifics /Topics
Static GK 17 Indian Context 15 questions
International 7 questions
Miscellaneous 3 questions
Current Affairs 8

CMAT 2021 Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation Section Analysis (Shift 2)

Topic No. of Questions
Arithmetic 11
Algebra + Function 3
Number System
Data Interpretation 4
Geometry & Mensuration 2
Quadratic Equation & Series 2
Probability/ Permutation & Combination 2
Total 25

CMAT 2021 Language Comprehension Section Analysis (Shift 1)

Topic No. of Questions
Reading Comprehension 1 2
Reading Comprehension 2 3
Active & Passive 1
Central Idea 1
Fill-in the Blanks 11
Idioms & Phrases 2
Correct Sentence 5
Total 25 
Topic No. of Questions
Syllogism 3
Blood Relations 2
Coding-Decoding 4
Verbal Reasoning 3
Series Completion 6
Analogies 2
Directions 1
Visual Reasoning 1
Seating Arrangements 2
Rank & Order 1
Total 25 

CMAT 2020 Paper Analysis

CMAT 2020 Paper Analysis

Section Total Number of Question Marks per Section Difficulty Level of Exam
Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation Analysis 25 100 Easy
Logical Reasoning 25 100 Moderately Difficult
Language Comprehension 25 100 Easy
General Awareness 25 100 Difficult
Overall 100 400 Moderate

CMAT Quant & DI Analysis

CMAT 2020 Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation Analysis

Area No of Questions. Specifics
Easy Medium Difficult Total
Arithmetic 4 4 2 10 Percentages, Time-speed-distance, Time-work, Ratio-Proportion, Profit & Loss, Compound Interest, Averages
Geometry 2 0 0 2 Mensuration, Triangles
Modern Math 3 1 1 5 Probability, Permutation - Combination, Venn Diagram
Numbers 3 0 0 1 HCF, LCM
Data Interpretation 4 0 0 4 Table

CMAT 2020 Quant Highlights

  • Most of the candidates found this section moderately difficult and straightforward. However, a number of the aspirants found questions a little tough to solve for this section.
  • Arithmetic was the topic out of which most of the questions were from this section, whereas solely many questions were from the magnitude relation, Percentage, Interest, Time and work. 
  • The questions of information Interpretation queries were protracted.

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CMAT LR Analysis

CMAT 2020 Logical Reasoning Analysis

Area No. of Qs.
Coding -decoding 2
Blood Relations 4
Series completion 2
Logic-based 3
Symbol Based 1
Venn Diagram 1
Number Grid 1
Directions 1
Miscellaneous 1
Visual reasoning 2
Verbal Reasoning
Strong/Weak Argument 2
Analogy 2
Odd one out 1
Syllogism 2

CMAT 2020 Logical Reasoning Highlights

  • This section was moderately difficult. 
  • Most of the questions were from topics like - blood relations, directions, cube, sequence, clock, and calendar, grouping, statement conclusion, word relationship, statement argument, reasoning & assertion distribution, arrangement, comparison, coding/ decoding, etc.

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CMAT 2020 Language Comprehension Analysis

Area No. of Qs.
Reading Comprehension - 1 Passage 6
Synonyms/Antonyms 1
FIB (Vocabulary)- 2 Blanks 2
FIB (Grammar) 1
Idiom-based 2
Word definition 3
Paragraph Jumbles 2
Meaning of phrase 1
Antonym/ synonym of the underlined word 5
Spelling 1
Sentence Correction 1

CMAT 2020 Language Comprehension Highlights

  • The Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension section was easy to moderate level of questions in terms of the difficulty level. 
  • The Reading Comprehension lined a complete of six questions and therefore the remainder of the questions were asked from the verbal ability. 
  • A number of the key queries from Verbal Ability were idiom/ phrase, word analogy, fill in the blanks, antonym and synonym, identify correct sentence, etc. 

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CMAT GA Analysis

CMAT 2020 General Awareness Analysis

  • The general awareness section was a little difficult to solve for the candidates.
  • Generally, this section is considered to be difficult. 
  • There were few questions that the aspirants found queries ambiguous and tough to get an answer for.
  • In the General Awareness section, queries were asked from topics like the Indian Constitution, Recent Acts of Parliament, Appointments, known personalities etc.

CMAT 2019 Analysis

CMAT 2019 Analysis

CMAT 2019 Analysis - Language Comprehension

  • This section comprised of 4 passages, out of which 3 passages were short and had three questions each. Check: CMAT Detailed Syllabus
  • The questions in these 3 passages were from the World Trade Organisation and UN agency about the state of developing countries; vulnerable Languages (Eg: Greek and Latin); Parenting and culture-related systems.
  • The passages were of easily solvable question-level and consisted of factual questions apart from one illation question. 
  • The fourth passage had a moderate length and it had six queries for the candidates to aim. The queries were supported by Steve Jobs, some little-known facts regarding him and his views on life.
  • The queries for the Verbal Ability section were easy to moderate in terms of the difficulty level. It comprised one Sentence Correction question, four Vocabulary questions, one grammar error question, two questions on Idioms, one Para Jumble (PJ) question and one Sentence Completion question. 

CMAT 2019 Analysis - Quantitative Techniques & information Interpretation

  • This section had no set-based questions; only single questions were asked. 
  • In terms of the difficulty level, there have been nine moderately difficult questions, two very difficult questions whereas the remainder of the questions were comparatively easy. 
  • There were thirteen questions that were quite simple and only needed the candidates to implement basic methods to solve.
  • As unremarkably is that the case, Arithmetic and pure mathematics based questions could be seen the most in this section. 
  • Alternative questions were equally distributed within the areas of Algebra, modern maths, etc. Other than that, from Data interpretation there were two questions that were not set based.

CMAT 2019 Analysis - Logical Reasoning

  • The difficulty level for this section was easy to moderate level. there have been four Verbal Reasoning questions and 2 Analogy questions. Also, there have been questions that were from topics like sequence, Coding/Decoding, blood relation, etc.

CMAT 2019 Analysis - General Awareness

  • There were around eight questions from Current Affairs. 
  • Candidates who thoroughly read the newspaper daily or those that have a good knowledge of what’s happening across the globe might have simply managed to solve the questions. 
  • The paper was dominated by static GK queries and there have been questions supporting Science, Awards, Politics, etc.
  • A candidate might expect to attain well with thirteen to fifteen makes an attempt during this section with the 80% accuracy.
  • Overall, a candidate would fetch around 99+ marks for making an attempt of around 85 to 87 questions with around 90% accuracy (net score of 305 to 310). 
  • Around 95 marks may be potentially scored if a candidate has attempted around 74-76 questions (net score of 260 to 265). 
  • Around 90 marks may be achieved if the student has marked around 64-66 questions in the question paper with around 90% accuracy (net score of 225 to 230).

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CMAT 2018 Analysis

CMAT 2018 Paper Analysis

Section No. of Questions Maximum Marks Difficulty Level
Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation 25 100 Moderate
Logical Reasoning 25 100 Moderate to Difficult
Language Comprehension 25 100 Moderate
General Awareness 25 100 Moderate to Difficult
  • The CMAT 2018 was quite predictable, and there were no questions out of the blue that would have given a surprise to the test takers. 
  • The difficulty level in general of the paper was moderate however data Interpretation, Logical Reasoning (LR) and General Awareness were slightly on the difficult facet. 
  • No major technical glitches were reportable at the examination centres.
  • Students reportable found half of the data Interpretation in Quant section difficult likewise as expected. 
  • In line with the aspirants, even the Logical Reasoning section was reported to be tough and long. 
  • The General Awareness section was conjointly more tough as compared to last year. 
  • Students hoped to attain well within the Quant section and Language Comprehension sections as they found these topics easily comprehendible

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CMAT 2017 Analysis

CMAT 2017 Paper Analysis

Section Number of questions Total marks Difficulty level
Language Comprehension 25 100 Easy
Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation 25 100 Easy
Logical Reasoning 25 100 Moderate
General Awareness 25 100 Tough
  • Questions related to current economic developments and government policies were asked in the General Awareness section 
  • Topics like Demonetization, Digital India initiatives, Ease of Doing Business, Nobel Prize for Music were covered. 
  • Questions based on Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Number system, Modern Math among others. 
  • The largest amount of questions was from Arithmetic. 
  • There were four Reading Comprehension passages in the reading comprehension section.
  • Three passages were short in length (about 400 words) while one was lengthy.
  • In the Logical Reasoning section, all questions were independent, and not set based.

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Frequently Asked Questions

CMAT Paper Analysis FAQs

Ques. How many correct attempts equal to 99 percentile in CMAT 2021?

Ans. Out of 100 questions, if a candidate is able to attempt 80-85 questions correctly, they can expect to score 320-340 marks which converts into 99 percentile.

Ques. How is CMAT paper divided into sections?

Ans. CMAT is divided into:

  • Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation Analysis - 25questions
  • Logical Reasoning - 25 questions
  • Language Comprehension - 25 questions
  • General Awareness - 25 questions.

Ques. What is the difficulty level of the CMAT exam?

Ans. The CMAT exam is usually of moderate difficulty. It has been seen in the past few years that the quant section is usually tougher than the rest of the sections.

Ques. What type of questions are asked in the General Awareness section of CMAT??

Ans. The general awareness section of CMAT exam will have questions from static GK, current affairs and business news.

Ques. How difficult is CMAT 2021 going to be?

Ans. As per the previous test pattern, CMAT 2021 is expected to be moderately difficult. The English section is expected to be easiest and the Quant and General Awareness section is expected to be the most difficult. 

Ques. What is the weightage of Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation Sections in CMAT 2021?

Ans. All the sections in the CMAT Paper have the same weightage, i.e 25%. Each section will have 25 questions each out of the 100 total questions. 

Ques. Is it a good idea to attempt every question?

Ans. You should attempt questions you are confident you can solve correctly. Blindly answering or guessing would lead to a lot of lost marks, as there is negative marking of 0.25 marks per wrong answer. 

Ques. How many attempts are allowed for CMAT?

Ans. There is no limit for the number of attempts in CMAT. 

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

CMAT 2021 : 11 answered questions


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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preetam oinam
Can I go for second round of counselling if I missed first one due to some issue?
abdul nazir

Hi Preetam, There is no centralised counselling process for CMAT and after the release of cut off, counselling process is released by individual colleges. It depends on a particular college about how many rounds it conducts or what process are involved in selection. So, it is recommended to visit page of preferred college to know counselling details. To know more about CMAT click CMAT 2021 counselling.

lakshay kakkar
Is there any way to change my exam center after release of the admit card?
abdul nazir

Hi Lakshay, No there is no scope of editing the exam center once the admit card is released. If there is some other discrepency or mistake in the admit card, you can contact the helpline at Hall ticket for the exam will be released in February 2021. Find more details at CMAT 2021 admit card.

ammar zaheer ahmed
Which coaching in Delhi is best for the preparation?

Here is the list of some of the coaching institutes in Delhi for preparation for the CMAT exam:

  1. IMS Learning Resources Pvt. Ltd., Connaught Place
  2. Fluke Academy, South Extension Part I
  3. Teachwell Professional Studies Institute Pvt. Ltd., Pitampura
  4. Smart Prep Education Pvt. Ltd., Vikaspuri
  5. Prudence Academy, Laxmi Nagar
  6. Dhirati Education - Classes By FMS/IIT Alumni, Tilak Nagar
  7. Saurav Indra, Rohini
Which section of the paper is the toughest and shall be focussed to get good rank?
rakhisree chatterjee

Hi, the overall difficulty level of the paper is kept easy, Verbal section is slightly more difficult and Data Interpretation turn out to be time-consuming. GK is quite twisted in terms of the difficulty level. For more information, please refer, CMAT Exam.

preetam oinam
Do I need to book a seat in first round of counselling to appear in second round of counselling?
rakhisree chatterjee

Hi, There is no fresh registration of candidates and choice submission in 2nd round of counseling. Choices of main counseling (submitted before first round allotment) will be considered in this round of allotment. For more information, please refer, CMAT Exam.

yash raj singh
If my score is 58, what will be my rank?

Hi Yash

Visit on our official webiste of CMAT Rank Predictor to predict your rank and percentile. You need to mention the details asked to access your rank.

Which section has the highest weightage?
common admission test

Hii Taniksha, All sections in CMAT carry the same number of questions. Also, each section carries equal marks. 25 questions are asked from each section, each carrying 4 marks. For more details Click Here

gouri kumari
I need sample papers to practice.
rakhisree chatterjee

Hi, CMAT previous year question papers give you a much better idea than CMAT Sample Papers about the type of questions asked in the exam. However, they are much more limited in numbers and availability than the latter.