NMAT Result 2020
Candidates can check NMAT 2020 result using the direct link available on this page. This year, NMAT is adaptive and hence there is no window system. NMAT 2020 scores are begin declared right after the exam. It is displayed on the screen of the system in which the candidates have appeared for the exam. However, the scorecard is also uploaded on the official website, namat.org, 48 hours after the exam. Check more details on NMAT result 2020 from this page.
This year there is no window system for NMAT. Candidates who are wondering if scaling will be done for window for 2 or 3 should not worry. On contacting GMAC support, it has become clear that this year there is no window system. You can check complete explanation from the video below.
Direct Link to Check NMAT 2020 Result
Candidates can visit their dashboard after 48 hours of taking the exam to check and download their NMAT 2020 scorecard. The candidates shall also be notified by email once the score card is ready for download.
Download Scorecard Here: Click here to check and download the NMAT 2020 scorecard.
|NMAT Exam 2020||Start Date of Event|
|NMAT 2020 exam||04 Nov 2020 – 30 Jan 2021|
|Uploading of scorecard||Available!|
How to Download CAT 2020 Scorecard?
The candidates can check the steps to download the NMAT 2020 scorecard 48 hours after they have taken the exam:
Step 1: Click on the direct link that is available on this page.
Step 2: On doing so the login window of NMAT 2020 shall open as shown below. Here the candidates have to enter their respective email id / mobile number and password.
Step 3: The dashboard of the candidates shall open as shown below. If the scorecard is generated the candidates can see a link to check the same on their dashboard.
Step 4: If the link to download the scorecard is available, then the candidates must check and download the same.
Calculation of NMAT 2020 Scaled Scores
All the NMAT 2020 appeared candidates get a scaled score and a total percentile score via their result. GMAC follows this process to remove the chances of any unfair distribution if the difficulty level across the different phases of the exam. Candidates can check the details of the Scaled scores and percentile scores below.
Scaled scores: The scaled scores can be less or more than the actual raw scores of the candidates or sometimes it is the same. GMAC has the policy of normalization to maintain parity among multiple sessions of the NMAT 2019 exam. As the NMAT 2019 takes place in multiple sessions, the difficulty level may vary from one session to the other. Hence, it is necessary to equate the actual scores. The scaled for each section ranges between as per the table is given below:
Difference Between Percentile Score Vs Scaled Score
Percentile Scores – A percentile score is different from that of the scaled scores. The percentile score is basically a comparison between one candidate with the rest of the test takers. For example if a candidate scores 90 percentile in the exam, that means theat candidate has scoerd batter than 90 percent of the students in the exam.
Scaled Scores – Scaled scores that is used by GMAC means placing the candidates on a common scale to make sure that the scores are comparable. This process is used to eliminate the chances of the score of candidates being affected by the score of other candidates appearing for different test forms.
Details on NMAT 2020 Result
Candidates can check the below-given details via NMAT 2020 result
- Sectional Scaled scores
- Total Scaled scores
- Maximum score section wise
- Total maximum score
Sample of NMAT 2020 result:
NMAT 2020 Retake
The candidates are allowed to take the exam 3 times. Candidates often ask which score out of the 3 attempts is used for admission. For that, GMAC has stated that the candidates have to check the policies on acceptance of NMAT score by the NMAT score accepting B-Schools.
What to do after the NMAT 2020 Result?
Once the NMAT 2020 result is released, GMAC sends the score of the candidates to those institutes which the candidates have selected for admission in their application form. The further admission process shall be done by the colleges depending upon the score of the candidates.
Candidates might have to appear for the rounds of admission in the respective institute that may include Written Aptitude Test (WAT), Personal Interview (PI), and Group Discussion. Also, candidates have to be present for all the admission formalities and requirements at the institutes selected by them. All the selected candidates must go to the respective institutes with all the required documents at the time of admission including their admit card of NMAT.
Colleges Accepting NMAT 2020 Scores
The candidates can choose to sent their NMAT 2020 scores to the colleges of the choice. The scores of NMAT 2020 is accepted by B-schools in India as well as colleges in other countries.
40 B-Schools in India, 10 in South Africa, 8 in the Philippines, and 5 in Nigeria will be accepting NMAT 2020 scores for admission 2021-22.
- Indian School of Business (ISB) (Advanced Management Programme in Business Analytics (AMPBA)
- SVKM’s Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies
- SPJIMR (For PGMPW)
- Xavier University
- SDA Bocconi Asia Center (formerly MISB Bocconi)
- ICFAI Business School
- Master’s union school of business
- SOIL Institute of Management
- Chitkara university
- Athena School of Management, Mumbai
- IILM university
- Jain University – CMS Business School
- School of Petroleum Management, PDPU
- Jain University – CMS Business School
- Myra School of Business
- IFMR Graduate School of Business
- Shiv Nadar Institute of Management Studies
- Alliance University
- Bennett University
- Woxsen School of Business Management
- Universal Business School
- Thapar School of Management
- Amrut Mody School of Management, Ahmedabad University
- ISBR Business School
- BSE Institute Limited
- SRM University Chennai, Delhi NCR Sonipat
- Amity University
- University of Petroleum & Energy Studies (UPES)
- VIT University
- BML Munjal University
- ITM Business School, Navi Mumbai
- GITAM School of International Business, Visakhapatnam
- Mody University
- Hyderabad Business School, GITAM University
- Ansal University, Gurgaon
- Jindal Global Business school – Delhi/NCR
- Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, Punjab
- ISME – School of Management & Entrepreneurship
- IFIM College
- IIHMR University, Jaipur, Rajasthan
- VijayBhoomi University
To check complete list of NMAT 2020 participating institute – Click Here
About NMAT 2020
GMAC is conducting NMAT since 2015 for admission to MBA courses. It is a national level computer-based test. The NMAT 2020 scores are accepted by many business schools of the nation and also in other countries like Philippines and South Africa. The exam gets pen-India participation. NMAT 2020 is of 2 hours, with 36 questions each from language skills, quantitative skills, logical reasoning.
GMAC stands for Graduate Management Admission Council. GMAC is conducting NMAT since 2015. It is a global non-profit organization that comprises of leading graduate business schools around the world. GMAC always tries to increase access for growing and diversifying the candidate pool; and also to develop assessments for meeting the global management education needs; and to extend the value to schools with its products, services, and industry knowledge. Before 2015, NMAT was conducted by Pearsonvue and was an entrance exam for NMIMS. It used to offer admission in its Mumbai, Bangalore, and Hyderabad campus via NMAT. However, since 2015, GMAC is conducting NMAT.
NMAT Result 2020 FAQs
Test takers will be able to see unofficial score card on screen after the test is successfully completed. Test taker will also receive an email alert within 48 hours post successful test delivery once the official score card is available for download from the candidate dashboard.
Questions in the NMAT by GMACTM exam are selected from the question pool for each examine based on his or her performance on the questions previously answered. The questions a candidate receives are targeted at his or her ability level; therefore, a high-scoring candidate generally receives a more difficult sample of questions than a low-scoring candidate. The NMAT exam is scored by obtaining the candidate’s final ability estimate based on the probabilistic model approach of modern test theory, and transformed to a scaled score ranging from 12 to 360.
Test taker can see their unofficial score card at the test center once they submit the test. The official NMAT by GMACTM exam official score card will be available within 48 hours after the test. Test taker will be notified via email once the official score card is ready for download.
A test taker can take the NMAT by GMACTM exam up to a maximum of 3 times (first attempt plus 2 retake attempts) including no shows, if he/she wishes to. There is a mandatory gap of 15 days between two attempts hence early scheduling of the exam enables the test taker to plan the retakes within the testing window to improve score.