The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), which conducts the Narsee Monjee Management Aptitude Test (NMAT) has decided to allow the aspirants to appear for the exam up to three times in order to clear it. The NMAT 2015 is set to be conducted over a period of 75 days, from October 6 to December 19.
Also, even if the candidates clear the exam in their first attempt, they have the option to appear for it again and submit their best score out of the three attempts to the business school of their preference.
The scores of NMAT by GMC will be accepted by various other institutes other than SVKM's Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS), these are Alliance University, Ansal University, VIT University, SRM University, ICFAI Business School, BML Munjal University, Mody University, Thapar University, Shoolini University, NIIT University and Woxsen School of Business.
GMAC will be accepting the online applications up till October 5. The candidates can submit their applications at the official website, They are required to create an account for the same.
NMAT is a computer based test, the candidate are allowed to clear it in a maximum of three attempts. The test does not carry any negative marking, the candidates are allowed to choose up to seven programmes after clearing the exam for free, if they wish to send their scores to more than seven programmes then they are required to pay an additional fee.