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When and how will a test taker come to know of the test date and location of the test? Test takers can schedule their exams through the scheduling exam tab in candidate dashboard available in the account of the candidate. The candidates will get to choose the date, time slot and location of their preference subject to availability on a First come First Serve basis.
Within the next 24 hours of scheduling the test, the candidate will receive a confirmation e-mail mentioning their test venue name and address along with date and time of the test. What do you mean by scaled scores and percentile scores? Scaled scores: All the test forms are equated to account for any differences in overall difficulty and the raw test scores are placed on a common scale.
This is done inorder to ensure scores are comparable across test forms such that the scores are not impacted by different test takers getting different test forms. Percentile scores: The percentile score shows how a test taker scored when compared to all other test takers who took the exam. Does the "First come First serve" principle apply to Registration or Scheduling or both?
The earlier one registers and makes the payment will be able to schedule the test. And the earlier one schedules for the test, higher are the chances of getting preferred date, time and test location. When and how can a test taker decide to take a retake? Candidates are required to pay the applicable fee for each Retake attempt. When and how can a test taker decide to take a reschedule? The Rescheduling option will be available to the candidates for the period starting July 02, to December 14, The test cannot be rescheduled if 72 hours or less remain before the scheduled appointment time.
Can a test taker take the exam over two consecutive days? No, candidates cannot take the test on two consecutive days. Yes, you need to pay the NMAT registration fee every time you retake your exam. You can retake the NMAT exam 2 times after appearing it once.
Every time you have to register by paying INR Exam rescheduling is for INR What is the rationale behind allowing test takers to test multiple times? Test takers have the option to take the NMAT exam a maximum choice of three times during the day testing window. How will a test taker receive the results? Candidates will not be sent any results directly. NMAT will publish scaled scores within 4 to 5 weeks after the test taker has tested.
Candidates will be notified on the availability of their score report which a candidate can access by logging into the NMAT account. Candidates will be able to edit certain sections like School Preference and Communication Preferences in their registration form after submitting the registration fee. Candidates are advised to check the information entered in the online registration form carefully while registering and once again before submitting the registration as they will not be allowed to make any changes after submission.
What is the advantage of having a day window to test? The longer test window provides the candidates a flexibility to take the test when they are best prepared and avoid conflicts with other life events.
The candidates will also get the convenience to reschedule the test in case of any emergency. The longer window also provides the candidates with the opportunity to retake the test maximum 3 attempts, including "No Show" in case they feel that their performance was impaired on the test day for any reason or if they feel they can improve their performance in retake attempt.
Xavier University, Bhubaneswar. BSE Institute Limited 7. Thapar School of Management, Chandigarh 9. Shiv Nadar University, Greater Noida Woxsen School of Business Management, Hyderabad VIT University, Vellore Mody University, Rajasthan If a test taker completes answering and reviewing any section before the allotted sectional time completion, does the balance time get added to the next section?
No, one cannot add the balance time of one section to the other.
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