# Logic section accuracy must for cracking NMAT 2015

### Logic section accuracy must for cracking NMAT 2015

Logical & Analytical Reasoning

Difficulty level: Easy to moderate

The section is always easy but due to the range of questions, it is better to rate it as moderate.
Cutoff in Logic section will be around Around 30 to 32 attempts
Logic section accuracy must for cracking NMAT 2015

This section too had questions from almost every possible topic –

• arrangements
• assumption based questions
• blood relations
• coding decoding
• direction sense, puzzles
• sequences & series
• strengthening & weakening.

Important topics and tentative breakup of marks…..

 Area Questions Analytical Arrangement Puzzles 16 Verbal Reasoning 9 Series 3 Set theory 3 Direction Sense 3 Blood Relationships 3 Coding 3 Total 40

NMIMS Selection process consists of two stages  and has three components. Based on the performance in the NMAT examination, only short listed candidates are called for the Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interview (PI). Duration of the NMAT written Test will be 120 Minutes and comprises of questions from following sections. Given below is the section-wise breakup of the NMAT paper along with the individual cut-offs of the respective sections:

 Sr . No. Sections Number of Questions Time Duration Cut-off 1 Language Skills 32 22 Minutes 55 2 Quantitative Skills 48 60 Minutes 71 3 Logical Reasoning 40 38 Minutes 61 Total 120 120 209

Important 5 Points to be remembered by the students:

• Students need to clear sectional as well as overall cut-off to qualify for GD/PI.
• No negative marking is there
• NMAT is more of a speed-based test rather than a test of knowledge. Candidates need to attempt 120 questions in 120 minutes. Each section is timed (Details given in the table above)
• Each question carries three marks.
• Work experience in executive/management capacity will be preferred while shortlisting of candidates for GD/PI.

Check Other sections of NMAT:
Quant in NMAT 2015 exam
Verbal in NMAT 2015 exam
Logic in NMAT 2015 exam