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IC : PTpnrNMAT2006 (1) of (4) Narsee Monjee Aptitude Test December 11, 2005 We are pleased to present to you the detailed analysis of Narsee Monjee Aptitude Test held on December 11, 2005. This year also the NMAT tradition continued. There were five sections each containing 40 questions. These 200 questions had to to be solved in a time span of 150 minutes. No sectional time limits were mentioned. 1 mark was allotted for each correct answer and there was negative marking of 0.33 mark for each wrong answer marked. Thus, while taking the test, students had to concentrate more on accuracy. Bird’s eye view : Total questions : 200 Objective type questions. Total time : 150 minutes. The marking scheme : 1 mark for each correct answer. – 0. 33 mark for each wrong answer Number of options : Four Sectional Break-up : Sections Number Of Questions Level of toughness Language Skills 40 Moderate Numerical Skills 40 Moderate to Tough Data Analysis and Sufficiency 40 Moderate Intelegence and Logical Reasoning 40 Moderate Indian and Global Environment 40 Easy Total 200 Questions WXWXWX © PT Education, All rights reserved. Reproduction of this material, in part or in whole, is prohibited. Corporate Office: 214-17, Naurang House, Opp. Hindustan Times, 21, K.G. Marg, Connaught Place, New Delhi-01.
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