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CMAT stands for the Common Management Admission Test. It is usually conducted twice every year (in February and September) by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).
CMAT is a purely computer-based test.
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- You need to have a Graduation degree in any discipline from any AICTE-recognized University or Institute
- This includes AICTE-recognized distance education courses also
- If you’re in the final year of an AICTE-recognized Graduate Course and your result will be declared before commencement of admissions for the academic year then you are also eligible to apply
Pattern of the Question Paper
- The exam is purely online
- It will be of 3 hours length
- There will be a total of 100 questions, in 4 sections. Each section would have 25 questions:
- Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation – 25 questions
- Language Comprehension – 25 questions
- Logical Reasoning – 25 questions
- General Awareness – 25 questions
- The exam has negative marking, with +4 marks for a correct answer and -1 mark for a wrong answer
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Like most Aptitude Tests, the CMAT syllabus is not defined. Overall, it can be classified as being easier than CAT or XAT.
The application procedure has to be completed online on the CMAT website http://www.aicte-cmat.in/
Almost all AICTE-recognized universities that conduct an MBA course accept CMAT scores. This means there are hundreds of colleges all over the country where a CMAT score is accepted. However, note that simply possessing a CMAT score does not guarantee admission, as each college or university may set its own specific admission requirements.
More than 1 lakh candidates take the test every year.