IMPORTANT TOPICS FOR NMAT

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IMPORTANT TOPICS FOR NMAT
Narsee Monjee happens to be one of the most coveted B schools in India for mba. It is currently ranked sixteenth in the overall B School Ranking. NMIMS conducts its own exam i.e. Narsee Monjee Aptitude Test. We bring to you important topics for NMAT 2017 in this article, to help you focus on right set of topics. Let’s have look at important topics for NMAT 2017.
 
There will be a total of 120 questions (each question carries three marks) and will be distributed into 3 sections. These questions will be testing the candidate’s command over the English language, quantitative and reasoning skills.
 
 Quantitative Aptitude – Number of questions 48, Time 60 min
 Verbal Ability – Number of questions 32, Time 22 min
 Logical Reasoning – Number of questions 40, Time 38 min
 
During the NMAT, select your strongest area first, and then proceed to the ones you are progressively less comfortable with. A good beginning makes the task easier by boosting your self-confidence.
A difficult question need not bother you; just skip it and move on. Many times, the easy ones lie in the end, making it difficult to find them. The ideas of selection and skimming questions are quite important here. Thus, optimum time management is the key here.
 
IMPORTANT TOPICS
 
Quantitative Aptitude and Data Interpretation
1.  Numbers systems
2.  Progressions
3.  Averages and mixtures
4.  Percentages
5.  Profit and loss
6.  Interest
7.  Ratio, proportion and variation
8.  Time and work
9.  Time, speed and distance
10.  Geometry
11.  Algebra
12.  Permutations and combinations
13.  Probability
14.  Set theory
15. Pie chart
16. Bar graph
17. Line graph
18. Tables
19. Data sufficiency
 
Verbal Reasoning 
1.  Language usage & their rules.
2. Para Jumble and Syntax
3. Antonyms and Synonyms
4. Grammar
5. Vocabulary and Idioms
6. Fill in the blanks
7. Reading comprehension
 
Logical Reasoning
1. Blood relations
2. Direction sense
3. Puzzles
4. Arrangements
5. Data structure
6. Series
7. Coding-decoding
8. clock and calendars
9. Input output based questions
10. Statements and conclusion 
11. Cause and effects
12. Assumptions and conclusion
 
Once the candidates have gone through all the topics of the NMAT syllabus, then they can start practicing the sample papers and old question papers of the test. The old question papers will help to boost up your preparation level. After solving each paper, one must make sure to analyse the answers.