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Why accept the NMAT by GMAC™?

As a leading school interested in a qualified, motivated and diverse student body, you need an assessment that you can rely on to measure the skills needed to succeed in your programmes as well as provide you access to a growing pool of applicants.

Here’s how the NMAT by GMAC™ helps you:

  • You can grow your applicant pool: We will offer you tools like search services to expand your own applicant pool and market your programme to those who may not have previously considered you.
  • You can diversify your student body: The NMAT by GMAC™ exam has one of the most diverse candidate pools interested in an MBA or related degree compared to any other test in India. With good representation by gender, undergraduate degree and geographic location, the NMAT by GMAC™ applicant pool gives your programme the ideal mix of students that your corporate recruiters desire. The charts below give you a sense of the diversity of the test taker pool.

Test takers Data for 2016

Gender Distribution

  • Male
  • Female
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Do you know that NMAT by GMACTM 2016 saw the most diverse gender ratio with 38.72% representation of women?

Bachelors' Degree Representation

  • Engineering
  • Commerce
  • Science
  • Arts
  • Law
  • Others
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Do you know that the NMAT by GMACTM 2016 debunked a classic B-school stereotype by recording an impressive 46.44% registrations from candidates with non-engineering backgrounds?

Geographic Representation

  • North
  • West
  • East
  • South
  • Central
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Do you know that NMAT by GMACTM 2016 saw pan-India participation with a balanced intake from all parts of the country?

REGISTRATIONS BY WORK EXPERIENCE

  • North
  • West
  • East
  • South
  • Central
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Do you know that whopping 41.53% of the NMAT by GMACTM 2016 registrants were those who had worked in the industry before opting for formal management education?

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