NMAT 2019 Result – GMAC releases the NMAT Result at nmat.org.in. The result is released in a various window, maximum 5. The candidates have to log in and check their NMAT 2019 Score and download the NMAT 2019 Scorecard. Later in the month of January, a final result is made available for all the candidates who appear for NMAT 2019. NMAT is held for admission in MBA courses across various participating institutes. After the result, the candidates have to visit the respective institute for further admission process. Check more details on this page below.
NMAT 2019 Result
NMAT 2019 Result has to scaled scores of the candidates and their percentile scores in the exam. The percentile score is sent to the institutes which the candidates have selected at the time of application form filling. Candidates can check below the dates of NMAT 2019 Result declaration:
|NMAT 2019 Result||Important Dates|
|Phase 1 Exam Dates||1st – 3rd week of Oct 2019|
|NMAT Window 1 Result||1st week of Nov 2019|
|Phase 2 Exam Dates||3rd week of Oct – 1st week of Nov 2019|
|NMAT Window 2 Result||3rd week of Nov 2019|
|Phase 3 Exam Date||1st – 3rd week of Nov 2019|
|NMAT Window 3 Result||1st week of Dec 2019|
|Phase 4 Exam Date||3rd week of Nov – 1st week of Dec 2019|
|NMAT Window 4 Result||3rd week of Dec 2019|
|Phase 5 Exam Date||1st – 3rd week of Dec 2019|
|NMAT Window 5 Result||1st week of Jan 2020|
|Final Result||3rd week of Jan 2020|
Result: Candidates can check NMAT 2019 Result as per schedule at nmat.org.in.
How Is The NMAT 2019 Result Calculated?
NMAT is held over a period of multiple days. These days are divided into phases and the result for each phase is declared 3-4 weeks later. Later after the exam of all the phases are over a final result is sent to the candidates.
Here is how the NMAT 2019 Result is compiled and calculated:
The candidates are given scaled and a total percentile score via their result. This is done so as to remove the chances of any unfair distribution if the difficulty level across the different phases of the exam.
Scaled scores: he scaled scores are either less or more from the actual raw scores or sometimes same. NMAT by GMAC follows the policy of normalization to maintain parity among multiple sessions of exam. As the exam takes place in multiple session, the difficulty level may vary. Hence, it is required to equate the actual scores. The scaled for each section ranges between as per the table below:
|Logical Reasoning skills||0-120|
Total Percentile Score: This score shows the percentage of candidates that have scores marks less than you. It is calculated after the completion of all exam sessions.
Colleges Accepting NMAT 2019 Scores
Here is the list of colleges that accept NMAT 2019 Scores for admission:
|NMAT Accepting Colleges in India|
|NMIMS||Indian School of Business (ISB)|
|S.P Jain or SPJIMR||Xavier University|
|SDA Bocconi||ICFAI Business School (IBS)|
|SOIL B-School||Alliance University|
|Athena School of Management||Shiv Nadar University|
|Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University||Universal Business School|
|Bennett University||Woxsen School of Business|
|Thapar School of Management||ISBR Business School|
|Jain University – CMS Business School||Amrut Mody School of Management,|
|BSE Institute Limited||Amity University|
|SRM University Chennai, Delhi NCR Sonipat||University of Petroleum & Energy Studies (UPES)|
|BML Munjal University||VIT University|
|ITM Business School, Navi Mumbai||Mody University|
|GITAM School of International Business||Hyderabad Business School, GITAM University|
|Jindal Global Business school – Delhi/NCR|
|NMAT Accepting Colleges in South Africa|
|Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS)||Milpark Business School|
|North West University||Rhodes Business School|
|University of South Africa (UNISA) Graduate School of Business Leadership||Wits Business School|
|Nelson Mandela University Business School|
|NMAT Accepting Colleges in the Philippines|
|Asian Institute of Management||Ateneo Graduate School of Business|
|Virata School of Business, University of the Philippines||College of Business Administration & Accountancy|
|De La Salle University|
How to check NMAT 2019 Result?
The candidates can check below the steps to check the NMAT 2019 Result. The candidates can visit their dashboard and login there 3-4 weeks after the exam is over. check detailed steps below:
1st step: Candidates have to click on the link “Result” on the main website of NMAT, or access the direct link on this page
2nd step: Candidates the have to log in then enter their Username and Password as they have gor at the time of NMAT registrations. Candidates can also login using their e-mail ids, facebook id, Gmail id or by entering mobile number and OTP.
3rd step: After entering all the details, candidates will have to click on the “Submit” button.
4th step: On submitting all the details, candidates will be able to check their results.
What is made available via the NMAT 2019 Result
Via the result of NMAT 2019 the candidates can check the below-given details:
- Scaled scores
- Overall percentile
Difference between Percentile Score Vs Scaled Score
Percentile Scores – The percentile rank or score depicts how a test taker has scored in comparison to all the other test takers who appeared for the exam. For example, if a test taker is said to be at the 75th percentile, the test taker scored better than 75% of the test takers who took the NMAT Exam. Percentile scores serve as a meter in order to tell about the essential information such as the passed candidates, the number of appeared candidates, possible cut off for the exam so forth and so on.
Scaled Scores – The scores are equated and are placed on a common scale to make sure that the scores are comparable across test forms. This process is taken to eliminate the chances of the score being affected by different candidates getting different test forms.
What After The Declaration Of The NMAT 2019 Result?
After the NMAT 2019 Result is out, GMAC sends the score of the candidates to those institutes which the candidates have selected for admission in their application form. On the basis of the scores of the candidates, they are further called for the admission process.
The candidates might have to go through the rounds of admission in the respective institute that may include written aptitude test (WAT), personal interview and group discussion. Also, candidates have to be available in person for all these admission formalities at the respective b-schools. The candidates have to carry all the documents at the time of admission including their admit card of NMAT 2019.
Below is some of the statics from previous years for NMAT.
Gender distribution of Test Takers in percentage
Bachelor’s degree representation from 2016
|Candidates from different fields||Percentage|
In NMAT, there are more candidates from Non- Engineering background. As per the guidelines of the institute, NMAT has experienced a Pan – India participation of candidates which are spread across India. As a result, 46.44% of candidates registered from non – engineering background.