NMAT 2016: Preparation and Past paper analysis

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The NMAT by GMAC exam testing window has already begun and students are racking their brains to come up with strategies and execute preparation to ace the exam. An overview of the previous year paper should guide them in doing so.




October 17, 2016,Gurugram, Haryana -(PressReleasePoint) -The exam window for NMAT by GMAC has already started and the buzz among most of the forums mostly concerns rating the difficulty level of each of the sections. While this is useful information for the examinees due to give their attempt, it also serves as a learning experience for those who have already given their exam to come up with a strategy to ace the next attempt.
With the next attempt scheduled approximately in a fortnight, it is but obvious that engaging in analysis and practice of past year question papers would point the key focus areas to be improved and worked upon. Collegesearch.in, one among India’s leading education websites has done a section-wise analysis of NMAT 2015 question paper. As per their information, the paper on an overall level was set to be of medium difficulty.
The Quantitative Section had questions based on the usual syllabus topics and data interpretation. Getting a minimum of 34 questions right out of a total count of 48 assured a good score in the section.
The Language Skills section was easier with two reading comprehension passages that were of medium difficulty. Getting a minimum of 18 questions on a total count of 32 was considered optimum.
 Attempting about 90% of the questions in the Logical Reasoning section guaranteed a competitive score. The section had questions on the topics like arrangements, blood relations, cause-effect, statements and conclusions to mention a few totaling up to 40 questions. Though it was set to be moderately difficult, the candidates found the section to be lengthy.
NMAT by GMAC is one of those exams which probably has more questions than any other competitive exam and requires an attempting examinee to strike the right chord between speed and accuracy. Further on, by granting the choice of the section to be attempted, it gives the examinee to manage their time by prioritizing on those sections which are their strong areas.


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