How to Calculate NMAT by GMAC Score, Percentile

NMAT by GMAC Results are announced now. NMAT 2018 was held in 75 days test window i.e. from October 4 to December 17, 2018 in CBT (computer based test) mode. The NMAT by GMAC exam scores are usually released on the official website of NMAT within 4-5 weeks after the conduct of examination. To access their scores, candidates need to log into their NMAT by GMAC account. After the announcement of the final percentile, candidate’s score will be sent to the institutes that they wish to share their scores with. For complete details on NMAT result by GMAC, read the article given below.

How to download NMAT Result?

NMAT Score is published on the official website of NMAT by GMAC. Candidate’s score card will be released in the form of scaled scores for all the attempts.

Candidates will be able to download the NMAT score card by following the below mentioned steps in order:

  • After the declaration of NMAT by GMAC result, an email will be sent to you in order to check and download your scores.
  • Candidates will be able to download the NMAT score card by logging into your NMAT by GMAC account.
  • The final percentile score is calculated after the NMAT examination and the NMAT score card will be updated with the final score in the due course of time.

NMAT 2018 Result: Important Features

Some of the important features pertaining to NMAT by GMAC Result is provided below:

  • NMAT exam scores will be published on the NMAT website after 4-5 weeks of the examination.
  • NMAT by GMAC scores are released window wise and candidate’s score card will be updated with the scaled scores for all the NMAT attempts.
  • After the declaration of NMAT scores, candidates will receive an email conveying them the message that their scores has been released.
  • Candidates will be able to check and download their NMAT score card by logging in to their NMAT account.
  • The final percentile rankings of candidates will be calculated after the conduct of NMAT by GMAC entrance examination.
  • After the declaration of final NMAT result with percentile, candidates NMAT result will be sent to the institutes which have been selected by the candidates while filling up the NMAT by GMAC registration form in order to share your scores.
  • Candidates will be able to download your NMAT by GMAC result 2018 score card till March 31, 2019.
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NMAT Result: What is included in it?

The NMAT by GMAC result will include the following details:

  • Candidate’s NMAT scorecard with a scaled score for each section, total score obtained by students and percentile ranking.
  • Probable range of scores in different NMAT question paper sections in NMAT by GMAC result are as follows:
Name of the sections in NMAT 2018 Exam Range of Score
Language Skills 0-96
Quantitative Skills 0-144
Logical Reasoning Skills 0-120
Total 0-360

NMAT 2018 Result – What is the difference between NMAT Scaled scores and percentile scores

The difference between NMAT scaled scores and percentile scores is given below:

  • NMAT Scaled Scores: Generally, the NMAT test papers are equated to compensate for any differences in the overall difficulty level of the examination. To scale scores, the raw test scores are placed on a common scale. This process is used to make sure that the scores are comparable across all the test papers and the scores obtained by candidates are no impacted by different candidates getting distinct test papers.

NMAT Final Percentile Scores: The final percentile in NMAT is calculated at the end of the exam sessions after the closure of the NMAT by GMAC examination. Candidate’s NMAT by GMAC score card and the score card which is sent to B-Schools will be updated with the final percentile scores.

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