KMAT Karnataka 2018 Exam Pattern

KMAT 2018 exam will be conducted in the month of May 2018. The exam will be of objective nature. The paper will be divided in 3 sections. The exam will have total 120 multiple choice questions. Every question will be of 4 marks. The negative marking will be of 1 mark. No restriction to move to and fro within the sections. There is no sectional time limit in the exam.

KMAT 2018 (Karnataka Management Aptitude Test) will be regulated by the Karnataka Private Post Graduate Colleges Association. It is an all India level management entrance test. Through this exam, candidates will get admission to the AICTE approved MBA/PGDM/MCA courses. These courses are offered by the more than 169+ AICTE-approved University (affiliated MBA Institutes) in Bangalore & Karnataka.

KMAT 2018 Exam Pattern

Mode of Exam: The exam will be organized through offline mode (pen paper based test).

Type of Questions: The question paper will be comprised of objective type questions.

No. of Questions: Total 120 question will come in the examination.

Duration: The exam duration will be 2 hours.

Marking Scheme: Four marks will be allotted for correct answer.

Negative Marking: one mark will be deducted for a wrong answer.


No .of Questions


Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension



Quantitative Ability



Logical Reasoning






KMAT Exam Centres 2018

The exam centre was spread across various cities including Mysore, Mangalore, Bangalore, Belgaum, Bagalkot, Gulbarga, Shimoga, Udupi, Tumkur, Bijapur, Devangere, Hubli, and Bellary. However, the test organisers reserve the right to alter the test centres.

Click here: KMAT Syllabus 2018


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