NPAT Study Plan & Tips

The NPAT entrance exam is conducted for offering admissions to an undergraduate management program like BBA in several specializations. NMIMS campuses are spread across the cities like Mumbai, Shirpur, Bangalore, and Hyderabad.

According to the latest update, the exam is expected to be conducted in the month of June for the academic year 2022. 

Read through the article to learn more about the NPAT entrance exam, study plan to help you crack NPAT with a good score. 

What is NPAT entrance exam? 

NPAT entrance exam is a University level exam, conducted by the Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies to offer admissions to NMIMS institutes for management courses. This article is curated to focus on BBA admissions at the NMIMS institute. 

The NMIMS also conducted entrance exams for other courses in the filed of engineering, pharmacy, integrated management courses, and law. 

Know the Details of NPAT Entrance Exam 2022

Part of your study plan includes knowing the pattern of the exam, syllabus, topics to focus and its weightage. The table below consists of NPAT Entrance Exam highlights:

Conducting Board SVKM’s Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS)
Mode of Exam Online
Negative Marking No
Number of parts of the paper 3
Exam duration 100
Total marks 120
How many times exam is conducted in a year 1
Number of attempts None

NPAT Entrance Exam Eligibility Criteria 2022

  • The eligibility criteria for BBA admissions at NMIMS is to have 50% marks in class 12 to register for NPAT exams. 
  • Applicant must be 25 years of age or below to apply for NPAT exams.
  • HSC (10+2) in any discipline from a recognized Board with 45% and a minimum of 2 years work experience. 
  • SSC (10) + 3 years Diploma recognized by AICTE with 55%.

NPAT Entrance Exam Pattern and Syllabus 2022

The question paper is divided into 3 sections, each carrying 40 questions for 40 marks. 

Each section for the NPAT exam is as follows:

  • Proficiency in the English Language 
  • Reasoning & General Intelligence 
  • Quantitative & Numerical Ability

Topics to be covered in Proficiency in the English Language 

Error recognition, applied grammar, vocabulary, contextual usage, sequencing of ideas, and reading comprehension

Topics to be covered in Reasoning & General Intelligence 

Critical thinking, verbal logical reasoning, data sufficiency, numerical reasoning, data interpretation, and spatial reasoning

Topics to be covered in Quantitative & Numerical Ability

Number system, arithmetic, algebra, sets, and functions, elementary statistics and probability, trigonometry.

NPAT Entrance Exam Weitage 2022

An equal number of questions and marks are allotted for all the 3 sections. Therefore be prepared to cover all the topics in the syllabus. 

NPAT Study Plan & Tips

Referring to the right authors to learn relevant topics is important. Therefore here is a list of books and their writers you can refer to while preparing for the exams. 

List of books to refer for quantitative and numerical ability

  • Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations by R.S. Aggarwal
  • Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations by Abhijit Guha

List of books to refer for Reasoning and General Intelligence

  • Model Approach to Logical Reasoning by R.S. Aggarwal
  • Analytical Reasoning by M.K. Pandey

List of books to refer for Proficiency in the English Language

  • Objective General English 01 Edition by R.S.Aggarwal
  • Proficiency in Reading Simplifying the Passage for you by Ajay Singh

NPAT Study Plan & Tips for a month’s preparation

  • You can prepare a timetable, wherein you will be covering all the topics related to quantitative and numerical ability in the first 7 days. 
  • Remember! since the equal distribution of marks is offered to all 3 sections, it is advised to give the same amount of preparation time for all the sections. 
  • The same can be followed for the other 2 sections in the following weeks. 
  • And the last 9 days can be dedicated to revision and solving mock tests, sample papers, and previous year questions papers.

FAQ's

How can I better prepare for the NPAT 2021 Exam?

Following the expert tips will definitely help you to prepare better for the NPAT Exam 2020. Begin your preparation by studying from the right books which cover all the concepts and topics according to the latest exam pattern and make sure you are aware of the detailed Paper pattern and latest Syllabus of the NPAT Exam before starting your preparation.

Taking up Mock Tests regularly and solving NPAT Sample Papers helps to test your preparation and improve your speed and managing time. It is important to study all the topics present in the syllabus without leaving any topic. One of the best methods to score more marks in the exam is to practice as many previous year question papers as possible.

Which topic from Logical Reasoning contains maximum question?

The Logical reasoning section contains maximum question from topics like Pie Chart, Line Graph, Bar Graph, Selection Criteria, and Data Sufficiency, Visual Reasoning (Analogy, Odd Man Out), Venn diagram, Symbol Based Logic, Statement-Conclusion, Groups-Conditionality, Syllogisms, Statement Argument, Statement Assumption, Circular Arrangement, Order-Ranking, and Family Tree.

What are the important topics that need to be prepared under Maths Section?

The important topics that need to be prepared under Maths Section include Number System, Arithmetic, Algebra, Sets and Functions, Elementary Statistics & Probability, and Trognometry.

What is the time required for preparing the NPAT Exam?

If Studying for 4-5 hours daily, then around 3-4 months is enough for preparation of NPAT Exam. After which candidates can begin their revision. Make it a habit to regularly solve the sample paper so that it will make you perfect and also solve at least 3 question papers in a day so that you can have time to improve on weak areas or wherever you go wrong.

What are the best books for the preparation of the NPAT Exam?

The following are some of the best books for the preparation of the NPAT Exam:

  • Chand Quantitative aptitude for Quantitative examinations by R.S.Aggarwal
  • A Modern Approach to Logical reasoning by R.S.Aggarwal
  • R. Gupta’s Logical and Analytical by A.K Gupta