FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Please check the latest NPAT 2020 FAQ sheet

No, the candidate has to choose from the schools/programs options in the NMIMS NPAT only.
No, the candidate has to submit only one form. The candidate has to select the schools/programs as per her/his choice in a single form only. Multiple forms from a single candidate are not allowed.
Yes, after the fee payment, schools can be added but not deleted however the schools/programs can be edited till 7th May 2020 (Only addition school/ program, change of exam date.)
Yes, the online form is editable for restricted fields only, i.e. addition in school/program, date of examination. Forms are editable till 7th May 2020. Rest of the fields are non-editable after submission of form.
No, ID proof or academic documents are required to be uploaded, while filling NPAT form.
Please refer to the Admission Information handout for the NPAT test delivery dates. It will be delivered only on the 2 dates mentioned there-in. The test date can be edited from the given date options before the payment of the registration fees. After the registration fee payment, the candidate can add the date as per the options given.
No, Admit card as not required.
Payment options are Credit/Debit card /Net Banking
Please refer Important Dates mentioned in Admission Information Handout for result date declaration.
Yes, you can. The best of the two scores will be considered for the admission procedure. Candidates appearing for both engineering and non-engineering exams, will have to appear for the tests on separate dates.
Yes, since the exams will now be conducted via home proctoring, it is mandatory for all the candidates to take the mock test. To know more, read

Instructions Sheet

No. The exam can only be taken on a desktop/laptop with Window 7,8,10 or Ubuntu LINUX (14.1 and 16) versions.
Yes, it is mandatory.
The candidate can take the online exam on a desktop/laptop with Window 7,8,10 or Ubuntu LINUX (14.1 and 16) versions. For more details, read

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