KMAT 2019: Key points to remember on exam day

KMAT 2019: Key points to remember on exam day
aman.vardhan | Oct 19, 2019 - 3:23 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, OCTOBER 19: Karnataka Management Aptitude Test is going to be held tomorrow and candidates who are going to appear for the examination should remember some of the key points in order to avoid last-minute hiccup. The admit card for the examination is available on the official website. Candidates can download the admit card through the credentials they received during the registration.

Important points to remember during the examination day

  • Candidates after downloading should take a print out of the admit card which they have to carry during the examination.

  • Candidate should take one government Id proof along with them without which they will not be allowed to appear in the examination. The candidate should carry with them any one of the following valid ID proof such as :

  • Aadhaar Card
  • PAN Card
  • Driving License
  • Voter ID

  • Candidates are advised to reach the examination center at least an hour before the commencement of the examination.

  • It is advisable that candidates do not carry any electronic gadget such as mobile phone, calculator or any other electronic item.

  • Impersonation is a punishable offence, so the candidate should not allow anyone else to appear in their place for the examination.

  • Before the exam begins, candidates must read and follow the instructions which are mentioned in the admit card.

  • Candidate cannot leave the examination hall before the completion of the test

About KMAT

Karnataka Management Aptitude Test is a state-level management entrance examination for admission to various MBA offering colleges in Karnataka. The examination is held twice a year. Different colleges set their different cutoff of KMAT score for the admission process. Any candidate seeking admission in a particular college has to secure minimum marks in order to become eligible for it’s admission process.

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