The test taking window of NMAT began on 7th October. The exam is conducted this year by GMAC, the organisation which conducts the GMAT exam. In general, there weren’t any technical glitches that were reported during the exam.
The Logical Reasoning section was slightly difficult. This section was dominated by singlets as there was only one LR set consisting 4 questions. Apart from that a good number of questions were of Critical Reasoning. The options in the CR questions were opinionated instead of being logical which made the questions ambiguous. A score of 60 – 63 is achievable and will be a good score.
The Quantitative Ability section, on both the days, was not extremely difficult. A student should lay a lot of emphasis on the topics like Arithmetic and Algebra because as many as 18 questions were from these areas. A student should aim to score high in this section as most of the questions were doable.
To read the detailed analysis of the first two days of the NMAT exam, click here.