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67 quant 64 English 64 logical Total 195 What are the chances?
Nikhil, the final results for NMAT will be released by the third week of January tentatively. Then the colleges would announce their overall and sectional cutoff for admission.
Although the experts have been expecting that for admission in NMIMS (Mumbai, Bangalore and Hyderabad centres), the sectional cutoff is expected to be around 67-70 for Quantitative Ability, 62-65 for Logical Reasoning and 55-58 for Language Skills. The overall cutoff would be around 207-210 for Mumbai and around 195-200 for Bangalore and Hyderabad campus.
With your score of 195, it is difficulty to get NMIMS Mumbai. Although you can get the Bangalore and Hyderabad campus. You also seem to be clearing the sectional cutoffs for all the three sections. So I believe you can get a call from any college other than NMIMS Mumbai campus. All the best.
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