The National Testing Agency has opened the application correction window for Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) and Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT). Registered candidates can login using their application number and password to edit their application form. The correction window will be open till March 21. Candidates who have registered for the CMAT exam, can visit the website cmat.nta.nic.in to access the correction window. Candidates who wish to correct their GPAT application form can visit gpat.nta.nic.in.
How to edit the CMAT, GPAT application form?
Step 1: Open the official website of the exam for which the candidate has applied. For CMAT exam, visit cmat.nta.nic.in and for GPAT exam, visit gpat.nta.nic.in.
Step 2: Click on the ‘Registration for CMAT 2022’ or ‘Registration for GPAT 2022’ tab, whichever appropriate.
Step 3: The candidates will be taken to the login portal. Enter the application number and password.
Step 4: Once logged in, click on the application edit window link.
Step 5: Make necessary modifications, as required and make sure to enter correct details and save the changes.
Alternatively, candidates can also click on the direct link provided corresponding to each exam, in order to edit the application form.
The CMAT exam is a national-level entrance exam conducted for MBA aspirants. The official exam date of CMAT, 2022 has not been announced yet. However, it can be expected that the exam will be held in April. The admit card for the same will be made available 1 week prior to the exam date. The CMAT exam is conducted for a total of 3 hours, with a total weightage of 400 marks. The question paper comprises a total of 100 questions from Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation, Logical Reasoning, Language Comprehension, General Awareness and Innovation & Entrepreneurship. Each question carries 4 marks and there is a negative marking of 1 mark, for every wrong answer.
The GPAT is a 3-hour computer-based exam conducted to test the eligibility of candidates into M.Pharma courses in colleges across the country. The exam tests the following areas- Pharmaceutical Chemistry & Allied Subjects, Pharmaceutics & Allied Subjects, Pharmacognosy & Allied Subjects, Pharmacology & Allied Subjects, and other subjects. There are a total of 125 questions, each carrying 4 marks. Also, there is a negative marking of 1 mark, for every incorrect answer marked by the candidate. The total weightage of the GPAT paper is 500 marks.