Tips To Pass Nmat Exam 2019

What is nmat?

Since 1985,The National Medical Admission Test (NMAT) is a standardized test designed to upgrade the selection of applicants seeking admission to Philippine medical schools. 

There are two test administrations in a school year-Regular testing is held in the month of October and backup testing is held in month of march.

The NMAT Examinee MUST bring the following documents and materials
inside his/her assigned building and testing room:


  1. Required documents:
    a. NMAT Identification Form (must be signed by the School
    Head if the examinee is a graduating student)
    b. Valid ID (e.g., Official School ID, Driver’s License, Passport,
    PRC ID, etc.)
    c. Photocopy of Transcript of Records (TOR) or Certified True
    Copy of Grades if TOR is unavailable (for college graduates
    d. NMAT Examination Permit
  2. Pencils (No. 2 or HB) with/and erasers
  3. One (1) piece TRANSPARENT PLASTIC ENVELOPE for the required
    documents, personal valuables, prescription medicines, and
    other allowed items.


The NMAT Examinee MUST NOT bring the following prohibited items
inside his/her assigned building and testing room:

  1. Electronic devices including cellular phones, smartphones,
    tablets, personal digital assistants (PDAs), digital and smart
    watches, etc.
  2. Recording or photographic devices (i.e., voice recorders,
    translators, cameras)
  3. Listening devices and media players (i.e., iPods, MP3/4 players)
  4. Calculators of any kind
  5. Books, dictionaries, printed materials of any kind, blank sheet(s)
    of paper, etc.
  6. Bags of any kind (i.e. ladies bag, shoulder bags, attache case,
    backpacks, opaque pouches/cases, etc.)

Table of contents:-

Part-I Mental ability


2)Inductive Reasoning


4)Perceptual Acuity

Part II: Academic Proficiency

  1. Biology
  2. Physics
  3. Social Science
  4. Chemistry


The Verbal Reasoning test looks at your ability to think logically about written information. You will see
passages of text, followed by statements relating to the text. You have to read each passage of text carefully
and then decide whether each statement follows logically from the information in the passage.

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Inductive Reasoning

1)The process of making a prediction, conclusion or generalization based on current knowledge, observations, trend and patterns.
2)Starts with facts and details and moves to a general conclusion.
3) It is probabilistic and can be proved false. 4)Example: What is the next number in the series 5, 10, 15, 20, 25…?

Deductive Reasoning:-

1)Making conclusions based upon facts that support the conclusion without question.
2)Draws specific conclusions from general principles or premises.
3)Unlike inductive reasoning, which always involves uncertainty, the conclusions from deductive reasoning are certain provided the premises are true.

4)Example: The current in an electrical circuit is directly proportional to the voltage and inversely proportional to the resistance. The resistance in a circuit is doubled.
Conclusion: The current is halved.


1)Allow around 30-40 seconds for each question. Do not waste too much time on a problem.

2)Typically the easier questions are at the beginning, but the level of difficulty increases as you progress.

3)Skip hard questions.

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The Quantitative Reasoning test looks at your ability to solve numerical problems. You will see some numerical
information followed by questions that relate to the information. For each question you are given four possible
answer options. You have to work out the correct answer from the information provided and then select this
from the four options given.
Calculators are not allowed for the Quantitative Reasoning

Perceptual Acuity

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Social Science


Watch YouTube videos about Cells, Photosynthesis, DNA, etc. Biology like general biology,

Plant morphology,animal morphology,cell biology,Developmental biology,Genetics,Taxonomy,and Ecology.

Biology will quantify the cognitive ability and capacity of those who aim to be a medical doctor.

Physics – 

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Physics like General Physics Concepts,Vectors,Mechanics: Kinematics and Dynamics,Electromagnetics,

Waves,Optics,Heat and Energy and Relativity.

Physics will quantify the cognitive ability and capacity of those who aim to be a medical doctor.

Chemistry – 

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Chemistry like General concepts,Qualitative chemistry,Analytic and Quantitative Chemistry,Organic

chemistry,biochemistry,physical chemistry and thermo chemistry and nuclear chemistry.

Chemistry will quantify the cognitive ability and capacity of those who aim to be a medical doctor.

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