The Common Management Admission Test is a national-level computer-based test conducted by the AICTE for admission to several autonomous and state MBA programmes. For the academic year 2015, the CMAT was held in January 2016 only.
Number of students taking the CMAT:
As per primary and secondary sources
A recognised Bachelor’s degree of minimum 3 years’ duration. The candidate should have obtained at least 50% (45% in case of candidate belonging to reserved category) at the qualifying examination.
Test mode: Computer Based Test
Conducted: Once a year in the month of January.
Duration: 180 mins (3hrs)
Marking scheme: 4 marks each for every question, 1 mark negative marking for every wrong answer.
|Section 1||Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation||25||100|
|Section 2||Logical Reasoning||25||100|
|Section 3||Language Comprehension||25||100|
|Section 4||General Awareness||25||100|
*Test structure and details as per the 2017 notification.
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