Nmat Exam Timings

Things need to Remember

1)report for testing from 7:00 AM
to 5:00 PM

2)Nmat Exam Exactly Starts At:-

Morning:-8.OO AM TO 11 AM-PART I

BREAK:-11 AM TO 12.30PM-PART II

Afternoon:-1 pm to 3.30 pm

NMAT PART 1 SUBTESTS

Mental Ability

1)VERBAL

Skills: verbal reasoning, inference, analytical ability, critical reading.

Section 1:Word Analogies

Section 2: Reading Comprehension

Time Allotment: 40 minutes

2)INDUCTIVE REASONING

Skills:-perceiving relationships, drawing logical conclusions, inference

Section 1 : Figure Series

Section 2: Fig Grouping

Section 3: Number and Letter Series

Time Allotment: 50 minutes

3)QUANTITATIVE

skills: general reasoning, problem solving

Section 1: Fundamental Operations

Section 2: Problem Solving

Section 3: Data Interpretation

Time Allotment: 50 minutes

4)PERCEPTUAL ACUITY

Skills: visual recognition, accuracy Analyzing relationships, visualization

Section 1: Hidden Figures

Section 2: Mirror Image

Section 3: Identical Information

Time Allotment: 40 minutes

TOTAL RECOMMENDED TIME ALLOTMENT: 3 HOURS

NMAT PART 2 SUBTESTS

Academic Proficiency

1)BIOLOGY:-

Unity and Diversity of Life

Cells and cellular process

Genetics

The world of plant and Animal Development

Life Processes: Regulation and Homeostasis

Organisms and their Environment

Time Allotment: 35 minutes

2)PHYSICS :-

Mechanics

Thermodynamics

Vibrations, Waves, and optics

Electricity and Magnetism

Modern Physics

Time Allotment: 40 minutes

3)SOCIAL SCIENCE

Sociology and Anthropology

Psychology

Time Allotment: 35 minutes

4) CHEMISTRY

General Chemistry

Analytical Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Biochemistry

Time Allotment: 40 minutes

TOTAL RECOMMENDED TIME ALLOTMENT: 2 and Half HOURS

NMAT Test Score/Result

The NMAT yields the following scores:

The NMAT General Performance Score (GPS) is reported with a corresponding Percentile Rank (PR). The PR ranges from 1- to 99+ with a midpoint of 50. The medical colleges in Philippines evaluate the PR obtained by the candidates in NMAT Philippines Test against the PR cutoff prescribed by the CHED or the medical university itself. This PR cutoff is the minimum score that qualified a candidate as a bonafide applicant for MBBS admission in his/her preferred medical colleges in Philippines.

The NMAT test scores are reported through the Examinee Report (electronic and printed copy) and the Masterlist of Test Results (MTR). The candidates can download the electronic copy of NMAT test results after 20 business days from the test date.

The NMAT Philippines test score will be printed on the Examinee Report Form (ERF). The original copy of the ERF will be mailed or be ready for pickpup at the testing centre indicted on NMAT application form with the below schedule

Regular testing -six (6) weeks after the test date

Back up testing -four (4) weeks after the test date