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Hii sir, I am, Preparing for the NAMT Entrance Exam will you Please provide me the Some Sample Question of the NMAT Entrance Exam ?
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Old January 10th, 2017, 12:51 PM
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NMAT is An Entrance Exam Conducted by the GMAC for Admission Into the Management institutes



As you Asking for the Sample question Paper of the NAMT Entrance Exam the Question Paper is As Follow


Questions on Quantitative Skills, Data Analysis and Sufficiency
Solve the following:-

(193 – 87) ÷ (1.25 × 2) = ?
(1) 67.8 (2) 56.9 (3) 42.4 (4) 38.6 (5) None of these

. 3870 ÷ ? = 516
(1) 7.5 (2) 12.25 (3) 5.85 (4) 15.65 (5) None of these

5389 + 4172 – 3868 – ? = 2456 + 1130
(1) 2007 (2) 1897 (3) 1987 (4) 2117 (5) None of these

. 88.8 + 8.08 + 0.08 + 88.08 + 0.80 + 888 = ?
(1) 1037.14 (2) 1073.84 (3) 1370.24 (4) 1703.54 (5) None of these

(88)2 + (73)2 = (?)2 – (38)2 – 859
(1) 15876 (2) 15376 (3) 126 (4) 124 (5) None of these

312 × ? × 14 = 157843 + 56189
(1) 48 (2) 50 (3) 52 (4) 54 (5) None of these

[(156)2 ÷ 8 × 36] ÷ ? = 117 × 24
(1) 37 (2) 39 (3) 41 (4) 43 (5) None of these

(8.83% of 228) – (2.65% of 104) =?
(1) 17.3764 (2) 13.3467 (3) 17.3746 (4) 13.7746 (5) None of these

(23)23 × (23)–19 =?
(1) 529 (2) 23 (3) 12167 (4) (529)2 (5) None of these

. 8.496 – 1.384 + 3.462 + 2.801 =?
(1) 11.876 (2) 17.775 (3) 13.775 (4) 21.545 (5) None of these


Q.64 On test tube contains some acid and another test tube contains an equal quantity of water. To prepare a solution, 20 grams of the acid is poured into the second test tube. Then, two thirds of the so-formed solution is poured from the second tube into the first. If the fluid in the first test tube is four times that in the second, what quantity of water was taken initially?
(A) 80 grams (B) 60 grams (C) 40 grams (D) 100 grams



If the digit in the unit’s place of a two-digit number is halved and the digit in the
ten’s place is doubled, the number thus obtained is equal to the number obtained by
interchanging the digits. Which of the following is definitely true?

(A) Digits in the unit’s place and the ten’s place are equal
(B) Digit in the unit’s place is twice the digit in the ten’s place
(C) Sum of the digits is a two-digit number
(D) Digit in the unit’s place is half of the digit in the ten’s place


NAMT Question Paper

Directions for questions 1 – 7: Read the passage and answer the following questions.

PASSAGE – I

Though the last twenty-five years have seen China dazzle the world with its excellent economic

performance it has shied away from playing the kind of active role in international affairs that

would seen commensurate with its economic weight. This is because traditionally China’s

politics have been defined by the need for economic development above all else. In the past

China’s authorities have tended to downplay the country’s international clout, choosing to

stress instead its development country status and limited military capabilities. Such modest

rhetoric was intended to allay the fears that China’s rise was causing across its immediate

neighborhood. That Beijing is finally acknowledging its status as a major player in the

international system is evidenced by the fact that the president has formally development a

theory of international relations; the concept of harmonious world. The concept, encompassing

broad notions of multilateralism, prosperity for all through common development and tolerance

for diversity has left world opinion perplexed. These are commendable objectives but the

theory is short on specifics regarding the means to achieve them.

China’s recent willingness to be a more active player internationally stems from complex

factors. The country’s economic strength – having acquired the largest foreign exchange

reserves in the world – is undeniable and reports favour it to be the largest economy in the next

quarter of a century. For sustained double digit economic digit economic growth China thus has

no choice but to become more active internationally. Moreover as a major proportion of the oil

and other natural resources that China needs to feed its growing economy are imported Beijing

has to aggressively woo the countries rich in energy resources, which also represent emerging

markets for Chinese products. To ensure a stable security environment within the region and

thus facilitate economic growth China played an active role in facilitating negotiations with

North Korea. Destabilization of a potential flashpoint like the Korean peninsula would lead to a

flood of refugees crossing the border, interrupting careful plans economic rejuvenation of

China’s North – East. China’s growing influence has caused a shift in the geopolitical status

quo and its influence is beginning to replace that of the United States and European powers in

Africa. China‘s new diplomacy though has had its share of critics who have expressed their

unease at China’s military modernization programme and its willingness to deal with regimes

widely condemned as corrupt and oppressive. Despite this when the Africa was in need of aid

and infrastructure or the US needed help in negotiating with Korea they turned to China. By

taking a lead in a variety of international and regional forums, initiating bilateral and military

exchange and dispensing aid and technical assistance in parts of the world where traditional

powers are cautious to tread China has signaled that its days of sitting on the sidelines content

to let other shape world affairs are emphatically over.

Questions-

1. What has been the fallout of China’s increased participation in world affairs?


(1) International scrutiny of its economic policies

(2) Growth of corruption among its politicians

(3) Its influence and prestige grow substantially.

(4) Its growth rate has stabilized

(5) None of these

2. Why has China traditionally been a passive spectator in global affairs?

(1) To safeguard its oil resources

(2) To conceal its economic predicament

(3) Economic dominance of the US

(4) To maintain security in its vicinity

(5) To focus on domestic economic growth

3. Which of the following best describes China’s international status?

(1) Cause of insecurity among developing nations

(2) Largest economy in the world

(3) Largest donor of aid to developing countries

(4) Pioneer of implementing a “harmonious world” philosophy

(5) None of these

4. The main purpose behind Beijing’s intervention in North Korea is to –

(1) Ensure that the US acknowledges China’s growing military influence

(2) Prevent any hindrances to its domestic economic development programmes

(3) Protect its financial investment in neighbouring countries

(4) Provide humanitarian assistance to one of its strongest allies Korea

(5) None of these

5. Which of the following CANNOT be said about China’s international relations theory?

(1) The theory is ambiguous in nature

(2) The theory reflects China’s realization that it occupies a vital place in global affairs

(3) It promotes the concept of common development for all nations

(4) It is a theory which explains China’s sustained growth rate

(5) It emphasizes achieving prosperity through universal development.

6. Which of the following is TRUE in the context of the passage?

(1) China’s current political standing internationally is disproportionate to its financial strength

(2) China is a reluctant participant in military dialogues

(3) The harmonious world theory is the only utilitarian remedy to the current challenges facing

the world

(4) The US has recognized and acknowledged China’s growing international reputation.

(5) China has stopped dealing with corrupt countries because of international pressure

7. Which of the following is an outcome of Beijing’s role in Africa?

(1) America’s influence in the region has reduced

(2) Instability in the region

(3) The amount of aid from Europe and other countries has doubled

(4) The balance of power in Africa has shifted in favour of Europe over the US

(5) None of these

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