Update – Karnataka Private Post Graduate Colleges Association (KPPGCA) has released the KMAT admit card 2021. MBA aspirants who have applied for the Karnataka Management Aptitude Test (KMAT) 2021 can now download their hall ticket from kmatindia.com. The direct link to download the admit card is admitcardbuilder2.azurewebsites.net/app/E3772K2CBE3/.
The admit card for the Karnataka Management Aptitude Test is now available for download on its official website, kmatindia.com. Admit cards have been issued online for successfully registered candidates on the official site of KMAT. Candidates appearing for KMAT 2021 exams can easily download their respective admit cards through a simple login process. The last date to download the admit card is November 28, 2021. The examination is scheduled to be conducted on November 28, 2021. All applicants are encouraged to download their respective admit card at the earliest to avoid any inconvenience later. The admit card lists down important instructions which candidates must observe before and during the examination.
Here are the steps that one can refer to for downloading the KMAT 2021 admit cards.
Step 1: Visit the KMAT 2021 official website at kmatindia.com
Step 2: Click on the ‘To download admit card click here’ link mentioned do the yellow notification bar below the menu bar of their homepage.
Step 3: Login using the KMAT 2021 Login Id and Password.
Step 4: Link for respective KMAT 2021 Admit Card pdf will be displayed on the screen. Click on the link and download the admit card.
The exam duration for the KMAT 2021 is 2 hours. All applicants must carry their admit card and a valid photo id proof during the exam hours. Since the assessment is being directed in remote proctored mode, the guidelines for the test day will likewise be referenced on the KMAT 2021 admit card. Applicants are encouraged to read all the protocols mentioned on the admit card carefully and set up their test environment accordingly. Applicants must report on the respective website an hour before the commencement of the exam. This will make the verification process easy and stress-free.
A total of 120 MCQs will be asked in the KMAT 2021 exam. Every question will be given 4 choices to choose from. Applicants have to submit the correct answer OR can leave the question blank to proceed with the next question. Previous questions cannot be reviewed once proceeded. Questions asked in the exam will be framed from the following four subjects – Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension, Quantitative Ability, Logical Reasoning, and General Awareness. Hence, applicants have to manage their time and question-solving efficiency accordingly.