CMAT 2019 Registration and Exam dates 2019

Common Management Aptitude Test (CMAT) will be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA). CMAT 2019 exam date, registration dates, admit card date, result date have all been announced now. As per the latest update, the new exam date of Common Managaement Admission Test is January 28, 2019.

The application process will begin from November 01, 2018. Previously, NTA was supposed to commence application form from October 22, 2018. Also now the new last date for application is November 30, 2018. So, the candidates will have 30 days for the registration process.


There is no change in the application fee. It will be the same as the last year. For the general category candidates, the application fee will be rs. 1400/-  while for SC/STPWD and the female candidates it is rs. 700/. The aspirants will be able to fill the form through online mode at nta.ac.in.

As you know, earlier CMAT was conducted by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). But, now, NTA will conduct it. So, the aspirants will have to first register themselves on the website of NTA. However, the registration link is not active yet. It will be activated as per schedule for the registration.

CMAT 2019 To Be Held On 28 January

The candidates will be able to fill out the application form on the official website of NTA i.e. nta.ac.in. So, keep your documents ready like your 10th and 12th class mark sheet, UG mark sheet, passport size photograph, valid email id and valid mobile number.

CMAT exam will be held on January 28, 2019, instead of January 27, 2019.  It will be conducted once a year and in one day window.

CMAT is a national level test which helps the candidates to get admission in one of the various courses like MBA, PGDM, Executive PGDM. There will be four different sections containing 25 questions each. The sections are Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation, General Awareness, and Language Comprehension. So, there will be a total of 100 questions containing 400 marks. The candidates will get 180 minutes to finish all those 100 questions.