NMAT 2020 Exam retake registration begins @nmat.org - Check steps to fill the form

NMAT 2020 Exam retake registration begins @nmat.org - Check steps to fill the form
Team Careers360 | Nov 5, 2020 - 5:45 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI - Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) has begun the retake registration for NMAT 2020 exam in online mode on the official website nmat.org. The end date for filling the NMAT 2020 application form for retake exam is January 17, 2021. The NMAT 2020 exam is being conducted in computer based mode over a window of 88 days and there has been a change in the exam pattern with candidates having to answer 108 questions in 2 hours.

Exam and Registration Dates for NMAT 2020

Events

Dates

Start and end date for NMAT 2020 registration

September 14-November 20, 2020

Late registration for NMAT 2020

November 21 to November 30, 2020

Scheduling of NMAT 2020 exam

September 14- December 2, 2020

Rescheduling of NMAT 2020

September 14 - January 17, 2021

NMAT 2020 exam delivery

November 4 to January 30, 2021

Registration- Retake

November 5- January 17, 2021

Re-take rescheduling

November 5 -January 17, 2021


Check steps to register for NMAT 2020 -Retake

Step 1 - Click on the official website of NMAT 2020

Step 2 - Now click on the register tab on the top right hand corner

Step 3 - Now provide personal, academic, professional details along with the programmes in which the candidate wants to seek admission and also information about the id proof

Step 4 - Enter the name and date of birth

Step 5 - Select the schools in which the candidate aspires to take admission

Step 6 - Upload the photograph and it should be similar to the one on the photo ID

Step 7 - Choose the mode of NMAT 2020 exam as in if the candidates wants to take it from home or at the NMAT 2020 exam test centre

Step 8 - Now pay the examination fees

Step 9 - Download the NMAT admit card 2020 after the fees for the exam has been realised

About NMAT 2020

NMAT 2020 exam is being conducted in a home proctored manner this year due to the situation that has been caused because of novel coronavirus. Also 36 questions will be asked in the three sections of NMAT 2020 exam.

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