**Narsee Monjee Management Aptitude Test**, commonly known as **NMAT** is the entry-level examination held every year. This national-level exam allows candidates to be admitted to the Postgraduate (PG) courses such as PGDM and MBA offered by the top business schools including NMIMS University. The NMAT exam is conducted by the Graduate Management Aptitude Council (GMAC). Candidates who qualify for the NMAT can not only get admitted to B-school across India but also 4 other neighbouring countries which include Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, and Sri Lanka.

It has been anticipated that the NMAT 2024 will take place the second week of October this year. In addition to this, the registration window to apply for NMAT 2024 will also open by the 1st week of August 2024. However, to appear for the test, the candidate must register on the official website of NMAT which is mba.com/exams/nmat.

The mode of exam opted to take the **NMAT 2024** is online. The duration of the test is 2 hours. During this time, the candidates have to answer a total of 108 questions. These questions are further divided into three sections of 36 questions each. The sections consider of Logical Reasoning, Language Skills, and Quantitative Skills. Hence, to score the maximum marks, a candidate should properly evaluate each of the sections.

These sections are based on reviewing the candidate’s proficiency in the English language, understanding of basic mathematical concepts, and their ability of problem-solving and critical thinking.

Highlighted below are the sections that are covered in the syllabus for NMAT 2024:

The section of Logical Reasoning contains two sub-sections: Logical Reasoning and Verbal Reasoning which in total include 36 questions. As per the 2024 NMAT syllabus, this section has been curated to assess the candidate’s excellence in logical thinking, reasoning, and decision-making choices.

Given below are the topics that will fall under the subsections of Logical Reasoning for NMAT 2024:

The Logical Reasoning contains the following sub-topics that a candidate needs to prepare well:

- Classification
- Analytical Reasoning
- Symbol-based questions
- Syllogisms
- Coding and decoding
- Series and direction questions
- Blood relation questions
- Alphabet questions
- Matrix-type questions
- Linear and circular arrangements

The topics that will fall under the verbal reasoning sub-section are:

- Critical reasoning
- Statement and inference
- Statement and argument
- Decision making
- Course of action
- Statement and assumption

The section on Language skills in the 2024 NMAT syllabus evaluates the candidate’s command of the English language. It includes two sub-sections: Language Skills and Comprehension. To make your understanding clearer, the topics that this section will cover for the NMAT have been mentioned below:

The sub-topics under the Language Skills section are as follows:

- Vocabulary
- Analogies
- Synonyms
- Antonyms
- Fill in the blanks
- Cloze test
- Idioms

The Comprehension sub-section includes the following topics:

- Paragraph summary
- Para jumbles
- Jumbled sentences
- RC Passages
- Odd one out
- Grammar
- Tenses
- Sentence correction
- Parts of speech
- Phrasal verbs
- Choose the correct preposition
- Identify the error

The total of 36 questions in the syllabus of Quantitative Skills for NMAT 2024 contains 5 sub-topics namely Modern Maths, Arithmetic, Geometry & Mensuration, Algebra, and Data Interpretation. This section helps analyse the ability of a candidate to solve mathematical problems on a variety of topics. Therefore, to score well in this section, it is important to go through each of the subtopics which are provided below:

- Coordinate geometry
- Permutation and combination
- Probability
- Progression arithmetic,
- Set theory
- Geometric, Harmonic, Relationship
- Venn diagrams

- Numbers
- Ratio and proportions
- Percentages
- Simple and compound interest
- Averages
- HCF and LCM
- Time, work and partnership
- Integers

- Quadrilaterals
- Circles
- Lines, angles, and triangles
- Square and rectangles
- Cubes and cuboids
- Polygons
- Cylinder, cones, and spheres
- Parallelogram
- Rhombus
- Trapezium
- Pythagoras Theorem
- 3D figures
- Longest Side Theorem
- Base Angle Theorem

- Absolute value

- Equations
- Inequalities
- Linear equations
- Quadratic equations
- Logarithm

- Line graphs
- Bar charts
- Tables
- Pie charts

The NMAT test 2024 contains 3 sections each containing 36 questions. The marks that are allotted for each section also remain the same. Therefore, it is important to know what percentage of marks is distributed for every section of the NMAT 2024 syllabus. The table below will help you know each of the sections of the syllabus of NMAT 2024:

NMAT Sections |
Total Number of Questions |
% of Marks Distributed |

Logical Reasoning | 36 | 33.33% |

Language Skills | 36 | 33.33% |

Quantitative Skills | 36 | 33.33% |

**In the End**

It is quite essential to study every topic covered in the syllabus for NMAT 2024 to achieve ideal results. After going through the above post and knowing about the syllabus of NMAT, you would now be able to prepare well for the upcoming exams. In addition to this, it is also important to know how to prepare for the NMAT 2024 exam. Don’t forget to check Your Space to gain more knowledge on the upcoming national-level exams.