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CMAT mock test practice is an important part of the exam preparation. It not only helps a candidate in developing time management skills but also in discovering tricks to solve calculation intensive questions easily and accurately. The main purpose of solving CMAT mock test is to know the latest test structure, pattern and types of questions.

CMAT is a speed-based test having 100 questions to be solved in 180 minutes. So effectively, one gets 1.8 minutes to read, understand and solve each question. Not only that, one needs to be quick in choosing which question to solve and which one to skip. It is neither possible not advisable nor possible to solve 100 questions in the exam. But, it is possible to solve the maximum number of questions with the maximum accuracy, only if one can read and understand the questions quickly. So, how to approach the CMAT question paper? That is something one learns that by practicing mock tests.

Q:   Does NTA provide CMAT mock test?

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Yes, the NTA provides CMAT mock test. The official CMAT mock test is free and can be accessed by any candidate who has the NTA login. Candidate must practice the official CMAT mock test at least once to know the latest exam pattern. It will help them immensely in navigating the test on the CMAT exam day. Given below is the process to access NTA-CMAT mock tests: 1. Go to NTA website 2. Click on 'student' option 3. Click on 'Mock Test' 4. Select the exam 5. Enter username and password 6. Click on 'login' to start the mock test The best time to practice the NTA-CMAT mock test is in the last few days before the exam. Candidates prepare for the exam with various study material but the official mock test, help the understand how and when to use their knowledge viz. The actual exam.

Q:   What is the difficulty level of CMAT exam?

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CMAT is one of the easier MBA entrance exams. Despite having an extra section, the overall difficulty level of CMAT exam is generally moderate. However, it has been seen previously that some questions in Logical Reasoning and General Awareness sections of CMAT turn out to be more difficult than questions of Quantitative Techniques, Language Comprehension and Innovation and Entrepreneurship. If a candidate can solve about 70-75 of the total questions with about 80 per cent accuracy in each section, they can score well in CMAT. The sectional difficulty in CMAT is as follows: 1. Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation: Moderate 2. Logical Reasoning: Easy to Moderate 3. Language Comprehension: Easy to Moderate 4. General Awareness: Moderate 5. Innovation & Entrepreneurship: Moderate For the latest exam pattern and difficulty level of CMAT click here: https://www.shiksha.com/mba/cmat-exam-analysis.
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Q:   What is the section wise weightage in CMAT?

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CMAT has five sections. Every section of the CMAT exam has 20 questions. Each question of the five sections carries four marks for correct answer and one mark is deducted for every incorrect answer. Therefore, the total marks of each section is 80 and the total marks of the CMAT exam is 400. The CMAT percentile is calculated on the basis of marks scored by candidates on 400. Given below is the sectional break up of CMAT exam: 1. Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation: 20 questions of 4 marks each 2. Logical Reasoning: 20 questions of 4 marks each 3. Language Comprehension: 20 questions of 4 marks each 4. General Awareness: 20 questions of 4 marks each 5. Innovation & Entrepreneurship: 20 questions of 4 marks each.

Benefits of CMAT Mock Tests

Practicing CMAT mock tests is the best way of preparing for this national level entrance test conducted by the NTA for MBA admission. The more CMAT mock tests you practice, the better you get at reading long comprehension passages, identifying questions to attempt, noting key points of a Logical Reasoning series, understanding a Data Interpretation table and doing mathematical calculations in the least time. Those planning to appear for CMAT 2024 must ensure that they make a preparation strategy that includes practice of CMAT mock test from 2 months before the exam date.

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    A CMAT mock test helps in understanding the actual exam pattern, topic-wise weightage of the questions, previous years' difficulty levels and the trend of types of questions asked.
  • Practicing CMAT mock tests helps the candidate in assessing their weak areas viz. the syllabus and how to improve upon those.
  • By practicing the CMAT mock test, candidates can identify which type of questions need how much time to solve. This will help in making quick decisions regarding choice of questions in the CMAT 2023 exam.
  • Time management is the key in CMAT exam and the greatest benefit of practicing mock tests is that helps in developing speed and accuracy in solving the questions.
  • The more CMAT mock tests one attempts, the better they get at applying theorems and formulae to the questions.
  • Candidates also discover tricks and shortcuts of solving CMAT questions faster while practicing mock test series.

Q:   What is the benefit of solving official CMAT question papers?

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Solving previous year CMAT question papers is very important for optimising your performance in the exam. There are several benefits of practicing the official CMAT question paper but one of the most important benefits is that the candidate will know the latest exam pattern and difficulty level. The CMA question papers are set by the examination authority on the basis of questions asked in last 10 years or so. Thus, if you practice CMAT previous year papers, you will be familiar with all types of questions asked in the exam in the last few years. Since, MBA entrance exams are all about speed and accuracy, it is very important to be familiar with the types of questions. CMAT question papers help you in time management skills as well as the skill to choose the right questions to ask. Candidates must solve CAT question papers of at least last five years for best results.

Q:   How to score well in CMAT? What should be the preparation strategy?

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To score well in CMAT you need to be accurate. Speed is not an issue at all as you have ample time available. Solving 100 questions in 3 hours is quite easy; hence time is not as important as accuracy is. CMAT preparation plan essentially includes building conceptual clarity, followed by adequate practice. Steps to crack CMAT with a good score are :- 1. Understand the CMAT exam pattern. 2. Develop a strong conceptual clarity of important topics of CMAT syllabus. 3. Practice previous years' papers, sample papers and mock tests of CMAT. 4. Decide an exam-taking strategy based on your strengths, work around your weak areas and revise key formulas.
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Q:   What are the important topics of CMAT syllabus?

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CMAT has five sections - Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation, Logical Reasoning, Language Comprehension, General Awareness and Innovation & Entrepreneurship. Important topics of CMAT across all the five sections are listed below: 1. Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation: Time-speed-distance, Ratio-Proportion, Profit and Loss, SICI, Average, Partnership, Triangles Probability Surds, HCF-LCM, Quad equations, Quad inequality, Graphs, Tables, Bar, Pie Chart 2. Logical Reasoning: Family Tree, Analytical Reasoning, Linear Arrangements, Number Series, Matrix Arrangements, Blood Relationship Tests, Coding-Decoding, etc. 3. Language Comprehension: Synonym, Antonym, Fill in the Blanks, Idioms, Match the Following, Reading Comprehension, Identify the Correct Statement, Direct/Indirect Speech, Classify the Sentence, Question Tag, Parajumble 4. General Awareness: Economy, Business, World, Politics, Sports, Culture, Society 5. Innovation & Entrepreneurship: Concepts of Entrepreneurship, Overview of Entrepreneurship, Evolution of Entrepreneurship in India, Role of Entrepreneurship in Economic Development, Theories and Models of Entrepreneurship, Framework of Entrepreneurship Theories, Models of Entrepreneurship, Emerging Models of Corporate Entrepreneurship, Dimensions of Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial Society, Entrepreneurial Culture, Rural Entrepreneurship, etc.

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Shiksha CMAT Mock Test

To help candidates prepare for the exam, Shiksha has created CMAT mock test. The Shiksha CMAT mock test is prepared on the basis of official exam pattern and questions. It is a three-hour long test having questions from Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation, Logical Reasoning, Language Comprehension, General Awareness. After taking the mock test, the candidates can check the solutions too. Click on 'CMAT Mock Test Questions' option below to open the test.

Q 1. The cost price of a cycle is Rs. 225. The marked price is twice of the cost price. What will be the discount offered to get the profit of 56%?

(a)  22% (b) 13% (c) 33% (d) 28%

Q 2. A person is standing on the top of the building. The height of the building is 20 m. The person spots a café on the ground. The shortest distance from where the person standing to the café is 40 m. What is the distance between the building and the cafe?

(a)  34.6 m (b) 44.2 m (c) 56.3 m (d) 28.8 m

Q 3. Anil and Suman decided to start a business with a capital of Rs. 12000 and Rs. 10000 respectively. After three months, Gopal joins them with a capital of Rs. 20000. After another 3 months, Arjun joins them with a capital of Rs. 50000. If they made profit of Rs. 124000, at the end of the year, what is the profit share of Gopal?

(a)  Rs. 35000 (b) Rs. 24000 (c) Rs. 22000 (d) Rs. 30000

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Q:   How many mock tests to attempt to score 99 percentile in CMAT?

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There is no particular number of CMAT mock test that you should target to solve during your preparation phase but on an average it has been seen that about 30-40 CMAT mock tests are good enough to score 99 percentile. Candidates must start solving CMAT mock tests after completing the syllabus as it will help them gauge which are the topics that they have understood well and which are the topics that require more work. 30-34 CMAT mock tests are recommended as, CMAT exam is all about speed and accuracy. The more questions you'll solve in an exam environment, the better you'll get at understanding, choosing and solving questions faster and correctly. Important point to note about practicing CMAT mock test is that one should analyse every mock test to understand the gaps and fissures and what to do to fill them. Another aspect to keep in mind is not to overdo it. When you start to score 98-99 percentile in CMAT mock tests consistently then you should stop and focus on revision, etc.

Q:   How can I prepare for CMAT?

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To prepare for CMAT exam you need to do two things. Cover the exam syllabus and practice mock tests. After you decide to appear for CMAT the first thing you should do is check the CMAT syllabus. Make a list of topics that you are familiar with and topics that you have never studied before. Start with topics that you are unfamiliar with as those topics will take time. Move to easier topics after that. Do practice sample questions after completing each topic to know how to apply concepts to a problem. Once you have completed the CMAT syllabus, move to the next phase of preparation, I. e. practicing mock tests and sample questions. Dedicate about 40-45 days in practicing CMAT mock tests, to gain not only speed and accuracy but also control on the topics. You should also join online study groups to take help from mentors and peers in exam preparation. Doubt clearing sessions are very helpful in exam preparation. Also stick to CMAT books as recommended by experts. Some of the books you need to refer are: 1. The Complete Reference Manual for CMAT by SK Sinha, S Satyanarayan and JS Rana 2. How to Prepare for Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension for the CAT by Arun Sharma (Mc Graw Hill Education) 3. Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis 4. High School English Grammar by Wren & Martin English 5. How to Prepare for Quantitative Aptitude for CAT by Arun Sharma (Mc Graw Hill Education) 6. How to Prepare for Logical Reasoning for the CAT by Arun Sharma (Mc Graw Hill Education). .
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Q:   Which section of CMAT question paper has the maximum weightage?

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All the five sections of CMAT question paper has equal weightage of 20 questions. Each question carries four marks for correct attempt. One mark is deducted per incorrect entry. There is no marks deduction for unanswered question. Therefore, each section of CMAT will have equal weightage of 80 marks. Given below is the sectional weightage of CMAT exam. 1. English Comprehension: 20 questions, 80 marks 2. General Knowledge: 20 questions, 80 marks 3. Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation: 20 questions, 80 marks 4. Data Interpretation and Reasoning: 20 questions, 80 marks 5. Innovation and Entrepreneurship: 20 questions, 80 marks Since, all the sections of CMAT have same weightage, it is important for candidates to prepare for each section well. If you will score equally will in every section, only then will your overall score will be good. Also, many colleges consider sectional scores as well for admission shortlist so it is important to perform equally well in all sections of CMAT.

NTA-CMAT Mock Test

NTA provides CMAT mock tests to aspirants free of cost for practice purpose and understanding of the exam pattern. The NTA-CMAT mock tests can be accessed at the NTA website with login. Given below is the process to access NTA-CMAT mock tests:

  • Go to NTA website
  • Click on 'student' option
  • Click on 'Mock Test'
  • Select the exam or click here https://nta.ac.in/Quiz
  • Enter username and password
  • Click on 'login' to start the mock test

Q:   Which is the lengthiest section in CMAT?

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Since the Language Comprehension section of CMAT includes reading comprehension passages, it can be considered a lengthy section. However, there is a possibility of any other section to be lengthier. For example, Logical Reasoning questions or Data Interpretation questions can also be lengthy, due to multiple levels of calculations. The weightage of each section is same in CMAT I. e. 20 questions and 80 marks, so it doesn't really matter which section is lengthy as candidates have to meet sectional cut offs to be able to get a good overall score. It is not mandatory to solve all 100 questions in CMAT so candidates have the choice of dropping lengthy questions and solving easier questions. So, the best option is to skip the lengthy questions and solve other questions correctly. Doing so will ensure that the candidate doesn't fall short of time as well as good questions to solve.

Q:   What is the time duration of CMAT exam?

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The CMAT exam is conducted for three hours or 180 minutes. There is no sectional time limit in CMAT unlike in CAT or XAT. No break is given to candidates in between the exam. Extra 30 minutes are granted to PwD candidates for completing the paper. Candidates must manage the three hours in such a way that they get enough time to spend on every section of CMAT exam. Candidates can divide time among all five sections of the CMAT question paper according to their convenience. They must make a time management strategy ahead of the exam so that they are able to solve a good number of questions in each section and reach the sectional cut off. GK is a memory based section and you need to get 8-10 questions correct to get meet the sectional cut off. So attempt it in the end and not spend more than 10 minutes on it.

What is the Structure of CMAT Mock Tests?

The full-length CMAT mock tests will have five sections like the actual CMAT exam. The mock tests will have 20 questions with four options to choose the correct answer from. Correct answers are given at the end of the test and can be viewed only after completing the test. Check the sectional break up of a CMAT mock test below:

CMAT Mock Test Sections

Number of Questions

Maximum Marks Allotted

Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation

20

80

Logical Reasoning

20

80

Language Comprehension

20

80

General Awareness

20

80

Innovation and Enterpreneurship

20

80

Total

100

400

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Q:   How many questions are asked in GK section of CMAT?

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There are 20 questions from General Knowledge in CMAT. All the questions are in MCQ format. Four options are given for each question to choose the right answer from. The General Knowledge section of CMAT is usually of a higher difficulty level but as it is a memory based section, it can be completed in maximum 15 minutes. The questions pertain to static GK and Current Affairs. Topics included in CMAT GK section are business, politics, awards, inventions, Science and technology, sports, society, world, advertising, trade, books and authors, arts, entertainment, history, geography and politics. Candidates should attempt the GK section in the end as the main criteria for MBA are English Quantitative Aptitude Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation. The candidate's main focus should be on getting maximum questions correct in these three sessions. GK can be handled at the end.

Q:   What is the latest CMAT exam pattern?

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The latest CMAT exam pattern as prescribed by the National Testing Agency NTA is as follows: The question paper carries 100 question. The format of questions is multiple choice type where for each question, four options are given to choose the correct answer from. The 100 questions are divided equally between five sections, Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation, Language Comprehension, Logical Reasoning, General Awareness and Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Each of the five sections carry 20 questions. Earlier, there were only four sections in CMAT and each section has 25 questions. In 2021, Innovation and Entrepreneurship was added as the fifth section. The time limit for CMAT is 180 minutes without sectional time limit or break. As per the latest marking scheme, for every correct option 4 marks are awarded and for every incorrect option, one mark is deducted. There is no negative marking for unanswered questions.
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CMAT Mock Test: Key Points

  • Candidates must analyse their performance after each CMAT mock test. The aim should be to improve score with each successful mock attempt.
  • Candidates should not get disheartened if they don't score well in the CMAT mock test. Improvement will happen with each consecutive mock test.
  • Candidates must not get overconfident either if they score well in mock tests. They must focus on assessing the types of questions they are able to solve well.
  • Candidate must practice various types of CMAT mock tests. This way candidates will be well prepared for surprise questions (lengthy or tricky) in the exam.
  • Candidates must practice sectional mock tests too, so as to learn how to manage time in the exam section-wise.

You can also practice sample questions on VA, RC, DI, LR and QA from the question banks listed below:

VARC Questions with Answers for Practice DILR Questions with Answers for Practice Quantitative Aptitude Questions with Answers for Practice

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FAQs Related to CMAT Mock Test

Check below Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) related to CMAT mock test:

Q:   How can I master Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation topics of CMAT?

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Cracking Logical Reasoning section of CMAT is all about how well and how quickly you understand the puzzles and patterns. To master this section of CMAT exam, sample questions for practice and sectional mock tests for CMAT are the best resource. You should start practicing Logical Reasoning questions early on in the preparation cycle. Pay attention to the topics from which Logical Reasoning questions are asked in CMAT. Prepare for those type of questions only. For Data Interpretation section of CMAT. You should be well versed with reading tables, graphs and charts correctly. For quick calculation, you should strengthen basic mathematical calculations like multiplication, division, square, square roots, cube, cube roots, etc. This section is all about observation and ability to break down information into pieces, so you need to practice a wide range of data interpretation questions.

Q:   What is the CMAT marking scheme?

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CMAT marking scheme is straightforward. If they can recall their attempts or have the answer key with them then they can calculate their CMAT raw score by adding and subtracting scores as per correct and incorrect attempts. Check CMAT marking scheme below: 1. For every correct attempt, 4 marks is awarded and for every incorrect answer, 1 mark is deducted. 2. For every unanswered question, the candidate will be marked zero. Given below is the process of calculating the CMAT score with the help of the CMAT answer key. Every section has 20 questions, so suppose in Quantitative Techniques section you got 14 questions right, 2 questions wrong and skipped 4 questions. So, your score will be 54 out of 80. Similarly, calculate the score of other sections. After the add all five to arrive as overall raw score. For example, you scored 54, 44, 75, 60 and 40 in five sections, then your sum total will be 203/400. You can read more about CMAT scoring process here: https://www.shiksha.com/mba/articles/cmat-score-vs-percentile-how-to-calculate-blogId-19977 https://www.shiksha.com/mba/articles/what-is-cmat-score-normalization-process-blogId-53987.

Q:   Is there any negative marking in CMAT?

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Yes, there is negative marking in CMAT exam. For each wrong answer, 1 mark will be deducted. For example, if a candidate attempts 18 questions from Logical Reasoning and gets 15 questions correct but 3 questions incorrect. Then the candidate's score for this section will be 15x4-3, i.e. 57. However, no marks will be deducted for unanswered questions. Thus, candidates must choose only those questions to solve which they are sure of solving accurately. It is anyway not possible to solve all 100 questions, so candidates must weigh their options viz. Strength and weak areas and then choose questions carefully. If candidates are not sure of answering a question correctly or it is taking too much time, then they should leave that questions and move to next as they also need to keep a tab on the time limit.

Q:   What are the benefits of appearing in CMAT?

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There are several benefits of appearing in the CMAT exam. It is easier than other exams and accepted by many B-schools. Check below some of the key benefits of CMAT.

  • CMAT is conducted at the end of MBA entrance exam season, so MBA aspirants don't have to study much as the previous experience of exams like CAT, XAT, SNAP comes in use.
  • CMAT score is accepted by about 1,300 MBA colleges in India which includes top colleges in Tier 1 and Tier 2 cities. 
  • CMAT exam is a moderate difficulty level exam so it is easier to score high in CMAT than CAT, XAT, IIFT, GMAT.
  • CMAT cut offs for admission to top colleges are not exceptionally high, so you can get a good MBA college with a decent CMAT score.
  • There's no 50 per cent aggregate criteria for CMAT application. Candidates with passing marks in graduation can also appear for the exam. 
  • CMAT application fee for women and reserved category candidates is only INR 1,000 which is quite less as compared to CAT, XAT, IIFT, SNAP fees.

Q:   When can I apply for CMAT 2024?

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The next CMAT exam will be held in April or May 2024. The NTA will start registration process for the same most likely in February 2024. Those interested in appearing for the exam will be required to register for it at CMAT-NTA website and fill the online application form. The score of CMAT will be valid for one year only, so if you appear for CMAT 2024, you must take admission in the same academic year.

Apart from 1300 B-schools, the CMAT score is also valid for admission through MAH CET CAP. The Maharashtra State CET Cell conducts MBA/MMS admissions for 300 colleges in the state. It is followed by a common counselling process called CAP. CMAT test takers can also participate in MAH MBA CET CAP and secure a seat in MBA/MMS course offered by over 300 colleges in Maharashtra.

Q:   Do previous years questions or mock test questions get repeated in CAT, NMAT, CMAT and SNAP?

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In top MBA exams such as NMAT, SNAP, CMAT and CAT, questions from previous years may not get directly repeated. MBA exams are known for its ever evolving question structure with changing economies. The exam authorities create new and innovative questions each year to assess candidates' problem-solving skills, logical reasoning, and aptitude.

While questions may not get repeated exactly, it is possible to find similar concepts or patterns in different years. The focus of MBA entrance exams, such as NMAT, CAT, CMAT, or SNAP, is to test candidates' ability to think critically and apply their knowledge to solve unfamiliar problems. Therefore, practicing previous year's questions can be beneficial as it helps candidates familiarise with the exam format, identify common question types, and develop their problem-solving skills.

The syllabus of MBA entrance exams typically remains the same with DILR, VARC, and QA sections. While some exams may have an additional section for General Awareness. Therefore, candidates must go through the previous year's questions to get aware of the,   type of questions, important topics, and more.

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Q:   Which exam is easier amongst CAT, NMAT, XAT and CMAT?

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The difficulty level of exams may vary depending on numerous factors, including an individual's preparation, conceptual knowledge and aptitude. However, based on the past student reactions, the difficulty level of these exams is often perceived as mentioned below:

  1. CMAT is considered relatively easier in comparison with other MBA exams mentioned. Typically, the CMAT question paper is designed to test candidate's knowledge in quantitative techniques, logical reasoning, language comprehension, along with general awareness.
  2. NMAT is considered to be moderately difficult if compared with CMAT. NMAT question papers are designed with a focus on skills like language proficiency, logical reasoning, and quantitative aptitude. Candidates are allowed to choose the order of sections and provides some flexibility.
  3. CAT is the most challenging MBA exam from the list. Different IIM conduct CAT exam every year for admission to PGP courses. Almost all the MBA aspirants in India appear for CAT exam. Therefore, it becomes challenging to score well in the exam. CAT assesses candidate's aptitude in similar sections, such as quantitative ability, verbal ability and reading comprehension, data interpretation and logical reasoning.
  4. XAT is also considered a challenging exam However, it is easier than CAT. XLRI Jamshedpur conducts XAT exam for admission to its MBA programme. Besides XLRI, several other b-schools accept XAT scores for admission. XAT assesses candidates on similar sections as CAT, with the addition of a general awareness section.

Proper preparation, practice, and understanding of the exam pattern and syllabus are crucial for success in any of these exams. therefore, candidates must plan a well structured preparation startegy for NMAT and other MBA exams.

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The estimated CMAT cutoff percentile is 80 for Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow admission to the MBA course. With 73.73 percentile in CMAT it is difficult to get admission in top B Schools. At this score you can apply for tier 2 - tier 3 colleges like IBMR, Sinhagad, UBS etc., for which the

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Going as per the last few year trends, candidates are expected to have a good score of 85 percentile in CMAT, in order to be able to participate in further rounds. IIITM Gwalior cutoffs are released for admission to MBA course based on CMAT Scores. Candidates who meet the CMAT 2023 cut off are consi

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No, you cannot appear for the CMAT exam at any test centre. You can appear for the test at the centre mentioned in your CMAT admit card. Entry at every CMAT test centre is given to candidates only after thorough scrutiny of the hall ticket and ID proof. If you attempt to gain entry in any other test

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Yes, you can get admission to the Prestige Institute of Management and Research without a CMAT scorecard. However, If you are seeking for direct admission you should be qualified with 90% aggregate Marks in the examination.
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No, CMAT is not mandatory. Aspirants seeking admission to PGDM course with MAT/ XAT/ GMAT scores can also apply for PGDM course. The shortlisted candidates will be required to appear for a PI round. The institute shortlists candidates meeting eligibility during the scrutiny of applications. Selected

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No, you are unable to present a digital duplicate of your CMAT admission card at the testing location. The CMAT admission card must be printed out and brought with the candidate to the testing location. They should bring two printed copies at the very least. 
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