# NPAT Syllabus 2025

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NPAT 2025 (NMIMS Programs After Twelfth) is the official entrance test for admissions to Undergraduate Degree and Integrated Degree Programs being offered by constituent schools of SVKM's Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies at Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Chandigarh, Shirpur, Bengaluru, Indore, Hyderabad, and Dhule campuses.
However, to ace the exam, the candidate must be thorough with the NPAT syllabus to practice well. Before NPAT Syllabus, you must know the exam pattern to understand the sections, questions, and marks distribution.
###### NPAT Exam Pattern
 Section Section Detail No. of Questions Time (in minutes) 1 Quantitative and Numerical Ability 40 100 2 Reasoning and General Intelligence 40 3 Proficiency in the English Language 40 TOTAL 120
These are the programs for admission into which the NMIMS-NPAT is conducted:
Undergraduate Degree Programs:
1. BBA/B.Com/B.Sc. Finance
2. B.Sc. Economics
3. BBA in Branding & Advertising
4. BA in Liberal Arts
5. BBA (International Business) in collaboration with Kingston university.
6. Bachelor in Business Management & Marketing
The exam has a similar difficulty level as SAT. Below is the NPAT Syllabus in detail to help you understand the important topics and prepare better for the exam.
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###### NPAT Syllabus
Section 1: Quantitative & Numerical Ability
1. Number System: Fractions, Surds and Decimals and number Series
2. Arithmetic: Percentages, Profit and loss, discount, compound interest & annuities, ration and proportions, time, work & distance, 2D & 3D figures- areas & volumes
3. Algebra: basic algebraic identities, equations-linear & quadratic sequence and series (AP, GP)
4. Sets and Functions: Sets, operation on sets and their applications, using Venn Diagrams, functions
5. Elementary statistics & probability: mean, mode and median, measures of dispersion
6. Trigonometry: trigonometric rations, identities, heights & distances
 Topics No. of Questions Number System 4 Arithmetic 16 Algebra 8 Sets and Functions 4 Elementary Statistics & Probability 4 Trigonometry 4
Section 2: Reasoning & General Intelligence
1. Critical Thinking: Decision making (taking into cognizance various rules & conditions and take decisions based upon those roles & conditions) Problem solving (to analyze the given information and condense all the information in a suitable form and answer the questions asked)
2. Verbal-logical reasoning: Deriving conclusions from logical premises or assess the validity of arguments based on the statement of the facts.
3. Data sufficiency: Judge whether the information given is sufficient to answer the question or whether additional information is required.
4. Numerical Reasoning: Venn Diagram (identify the class-sub class relationship within a given group of items and illustrate it diagrammatically) Mathematical Equalities.
5. Data Interpretation: To be able to use the information given in graphs and charts to answer questions
6. Spatial Reasoning: Figure analogy (Choosing a figure from the alternatives that match with the relationship specified by the given figural pair) figure matching/classification (notice a common quality in figures to be able to match them or find the odd one out) Figure Series (to discover pattern information of figures in a sequence to be able to complete the series/identify the missing figures.
 Topics No. of Questions Critical Thinking 10 Verbal-logical reasoning 5 Data sufficiency 5 Numerical Reasoning 6 Data Interpretation 10 Spatial Reasoning 4
Section 3: Proficiency in the English Language
1. Error Recognition: recognizing grammatical structure and usage.
2. Applied Grammar: using prepositions, determiners, connectives, tenses appropriately.
3. Vocabulary: grasping the meaning of underlined words in sentences
4. Contextual Usage: using appropriate words in the given context
5. Sequencing of Ideas: putting ideas into logical sequences by putting jumbled sentences in the correct order
6. Reading Comprehension (Passages of 400-500 words with five questions per passage): Locating information, grasping ideas, identifying and interpreting relationships and ideas, moods, characteristics of characters, tone of the passage, inferring, getting the central theme, evaluating
 Topic No. of Questions Error Recognition 5 Applied Grammar 8 Vocabulary 4 Contextual Usage 4 Sequencing of Ideas 4 Reading Comprehension (3 Passages of 400-500 words with 5 Questions per Passage) 15
For more information about the NPAT Syllabus, you can visit the official website of NPAT.
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