NMAT 2014 Admit Card
NMAT 2014 Admit Card: The NMAT 2014 Admit Card has been made available to the candidates once they register successfully. The NMAT 2014 Admit Card should be carried mandatorily to the test center. During the retakes too, the same NMAT 2014 Admit Card has to be carried.
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The salient features of the NMAT 2014 Admit Card are as follows:
NMAT 2014 Admit card is a document containing candidate registration details and photograph. Candidates are required to produce the NMAT 2014 admit card along with the necessary IDs and confirmation letter on the day of the test to allow them to take NMAT.
Candidates are required to upload their photos as per the specification provided on the NMAT 2014 Registration website.
Candidates will be able to print their NMAT 2014 admit card with photo after their payment is accepted by NMIMS.
Candidates will be required to carry the NMAT 2014 admit card to the Test Centre and get it signed by the Test Administrator at the designated place on the day of their test.
Candidate opting for NMAT 2014 retake will be required to produce the ‘same’ NMAT 2014 admit card that they carried for the first / previous attempt (signed and stamped by Test Administrator). They will have to get it signed and stamped at the Test Centre where they appear for their Retake exam which may or may not be same as their previous attempt.
Candidates will need to produce the same NMAT 2014 admit card, (signed and stamped by the Test Administrator) for the GD and PI, in case they get selected
Candidates will not be considered for admission in case they are unable to produce the same copy of admit card on the day of GD and PI.
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