KMAT results declared

What is Karnataka Management Aptitude Test (KMAT)

KMAT is conducted for the admissions MBA (Masters of Business Administration), PGDM (Post Graduate Diploma in Management) and MCA (Master of Computer Application) courses within the state. The test is conducted by the Karnataka Private Post Graduate Colleges Association. Once the students receive their KMAT results they can apply to the 165+ member institutions. The process includes two stages. Personal Interview and group discussion. Once the candidate has cleared all the stages then only he gets admission.

Paper Pattern

The KMAT 2014 question paper pattern differs on the basis of course applied for.

  • MBA question paper: Language Comprehension (40 questions), Mathematical Skills (40 questions) and Basic Aptitude (40 questions).
  • MCA question paper: Language Comprehension (40 questions), Mathematical Skills (40 questions) and Logical Reasoning (40 questions).
  • MBA and MCA question paper: Language Comprehension (40 questions), Mathematical Skills (40 questions), Basic Aptitude (40 questions) and Logical Reasoning (40 questions).

 

KMAT 2014 results have been declared on the official KMAT website for candidates that attempted the examination on August 3, 2014. Earlier the KMAT 2014 results were to be declared on August 21 but were delayed due to technical issues on the main website as per a notification release on August 21. Candidates can view the results online by entering their roll number and KMAT exam date for which they appeared.

 

View the results online at: http://scorecard.online-ap1.com/kmat2014/

 

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