BVP BMAT Exam 2020 - Frequently Asked Questions

Last Updated on : 06/08/2019

Check out the frequently asked questions by the aspirant about the BMAT examination and find answers for your queries. If you have any other query, ask it in the comment section of the BMAT examination page.

Question 1: What is the date of B-MAT 2020 Exams?

The B-MAT 2020 exam will be conducted in the fourth week of March 2020.

Question 2: What is the last date for the submission of the Application Form?

The exact date is not released yet. However, the application process will continue until the third week of March 2020.

Question 3: How can one apply for B-MAT 2020 exam?

Candidate can apply for the exams online by getting himself registered on the official website of the BVU. After getting oneself registered the candidates are given access to the Application form. The Application form should be filled with the required details, and it should be supplied with the requisite application fee to submit.

Question 4: What is the examination fee for the B-MAT exam?

The candidate should pay the Application fee of Rs 1500 for the exam.

Question 5: How to get the Application Form of the B-MAT exams?

One can get the Application form Online or can get it from the BVU, Pune by paying the fee of the Application form.

Question 6: What is the minimum educational qualification required for the B-MAT exams?

One should be at least a graduate in any discipline from any recognised University.

Question 7: If there is any negative marking scheme in the B-MAT exams?

No, there is no negative marking scheme in the B-MAT exams.

Question 8: What type of questions is asked in the B-MAT exams?

Objective Type questions are asked in this exam.

Question 9: How many stages are there in the B-MAT exams?

There are three stages in the B-MAT exams. The first stage is the written exams, and then it is followed by group discussion and then finally an interview is taken.

Question 10: If there is any relaxation in the aggregate marks requirement for SC/ST in B-MAT exams?

Yes, the SC/ST candidates are given relaxation in the total marks requirement in the exams. They should have scored a minimum aggregate of 45% marks in their graduation exams to become eligible for the B-MAT exams.