NMAT 2020 Examination Results
The NMAT 2019 final result will be published on or before March 31, 2020. The preliminary result was announced on the official website on January 15, 2020. The window wise exam score sheet also contains the marks and percentile and can be viewed using the login credentials. The test-takers will be notified via email once the results are published. The final scoresheets/results of each candidate is also sent to the institutes opted at the time of filling the application form.
NMAT 2019 Result- Important Events & Dates
The NMAT 2019 result is announced by GMAC, the exam conducting authorities. Here are the important dates with regard to NMAT 2019.
|NMAT 2019 Exam||04-Oct-2019 to 17-Dec-2019|
|NMAT 2019 Result||15-Jan-2020|
|NMAT 2019 Score Card Download||31-Mar-2020|
The process to Download NMAT 2019 Result
The scorecard can be viewed on the official website. Follow these steps to download the admit card.
- Step 1: Log in to the official website of NMAT by GMAC using registered username (E-mail id) and password
- Step 2: Your NMAT result will be shown on the screen.
- Step 3: Download your scorecard
Note: The hard copy of the NMAT 2019 scorecard is required for the GDPI round.
NMAT 2019 Result: Key Components
The NMAT scorecard contains the following details:
- Candidate’s name
- Candidate’s NMAT 2019 registration number
- A scaled score of each section of NMAT
- Total score (scaled) of the candidate
- Final NMAT Percentile
As an added advantage for the sake of the students preparing for NMAT, GMAC has complied a list of the possible score ranges for each of the different sections of the NMAT question paper.
Trends: NMAT 2018, 2017, 2016 Result
Among all the branches of NMIMS, its Mumbai branch is the most sought after for its MBA and HR courses. This campus receives numerous applications for each academic year but the cut offs are quite high when compared to the other branches of NMIMS.
NMAT cut off marks for previous years – 2018, 2017 and 2016
The following table has a detailed analysis of the results of the last few years. Based on this, you can evaluate the qualifying cut offs followed at NMIMS Mumbai and Bengaluru/Hyderabad campuses.
|NMIMS Campus||Year||Sectional Score||Overall Score|
|NMIMS Mumbai Campus Program (MBA & MBA HR)||2018||QS-65|
|NMIMS Other Campuses PGDM Program||2018||QS-60|
|NMIMS Mumbai Campus Program (MBA & MBA HR)||2017||QS-65|
|NMIMS Other Campuses PGDM Program||2017||QS-60|
|NMIMS Mumbai Campus Program (MBA & MBA HR)||2016||QS-65|
|NMIMS Other Campuses PGDM Program||2016||QS-60|
Note: In 2017, a scaled score of 222-238 was considered equivalent to 99 percentile and a scaled score of 217/216 was equivalent to 94 percentile.
Likewise, in 2016, a scaled score of 235 matched a 99 percentile, a scaled score of 214 matched to a 97 percentile and a scaled score of 208 matched to a 94 percentile.
Also Read: NMAT by GMAC Admission Cut Offs
What is the difference between NMAT Scaled Score & Percentile score?
A good number of students are often unable to differentiate between the NMAT scaled score and Percentile score which leads to a lot of confusion. Read the definitions below to get a clear idea.
Scaled scores: After the test is conducted, the tests are brought into a common scale so as to eliminate any differences based on the difficulty levels of each test form (NMAT question paper). By doing this, the score of the candidate is not dependent on the question paper difficulty level.
Final Percentile Score: In March 2020, the NMAT percentile result is released. The candidate’s scaled score is converted into a percentile score with reference to the number of candidates who took the test. For instance, if a candidate’s NMAT percentile score is 98, then his score is considered to be better than 98 per cent of the candidates who took the test.
Note: The NMAT score V/s Percentile is not a crucial factor when compared to other MBA entrance exams like CAT, XAT and others. In NMAT, the weightage is mainly for the cut offs. Also Read: Understanding NMAT Normalization Process
NMAT 2019 Participating Institutes
Here is a list of institutes that accept the NMAT 2019 scores.
|Xavier University||SVKM’s Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies||MISB Bocconi|
|ICFAI Business School (IBS), Hyderabad and other locations||Alliance University||BSE Institute Limited|
|Amrut Mody School of Management, Ahmedabad University||Amity University||Thapar School of Management|
|SRM University Chennai, Delhi NCR Sonipat||Bennett University||Jindal Global Business School- Delhi/NCR|
|Hyderabad Business School, GITAM University||GITAM School of International Business, Visakhapatnam||Shiv Nadar University|
|ITM Business School, Navi Mumbai||Mody University||University of Petroleum & Energy Studies (UPES)|
|Woxen School of Business Management||BML Munjal University||VIT University|
FAQs on NMAT Results
A. Yes, the result notifications are sent to the registered email id as well as the registered mobile number.
A. The NMAT exam score is announced window wise.
A. Yes, your scores are valid but unless you clear the backlog, you cannot gain admission into any MBA institute.
A. Unless you get the stipulated NMAT cut off marks admission into MBA colleges accepting NMAT score or in NIIMS is not possible.
A. The scores cannot be re-evaluated and the marks scored are final and binding.
A. After the test is conducted, the tests are brought into a common scale so as to eliminate any differences based on the difficulty levels of each test form (NMAT question paper).
A. The percentile score is the final score of the candidate. The scaled scores are converted to arrive at the percentile score.
A. Candidate’s name, NMAT 2019 registration number, a scaled score of each section of NMAT, Total scaled score and final NMAT percentile are mentioned in the NMAT result.
A. No, GMAC does not send the hardcopy of the scorecard. The candidate has to take a printout of the result.
A. Yes, working professionals can also give the NMAT exam.
A. With reference to the B school ranking, here is a list of NMIMS campuses in the order of preference
A. The Mumbai Campus is famous for the following courses- MBA, MBA HR, MBA (Law), MBA Pharmaceutical Management, Executive MBA, MBA Social Entrepreneurship, MBA family business.
A. Among the several courses offered, the MBA HR is quite sought after at NMIMS. Several top MNCs like Deloitte, L&T etc. offer job placements to these students.
A. While some candidates perform well in their first attempt, there are several others who well in the retakes. It is completely up to the candidate to decide if he wishes to retake the exam as taking a retake doesn’t necessarily guarantee a better score.
The percentile scores are calculated after all test takers have completed their tests, so attempting the test at a particular time doesn’t account to much of a difference.
A. There has to be a gap of 15 days between each retake attempt. For each retake, the applicable fees are charged.
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