CMAT 2023 enrollment rectification starts today at

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Applicants can make the changes to CMAT 2023 enrollment form on the official website- till March 16, 2023.

CMAT 2023

On March 14, the National Testing Agency (NTA) opened the application correction window for the Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) 2023. Candidates can make changes to their application forms on the official website until March 16, 2023. The previous correction window was from March 7 to March 9. After the closure of the correction period, the NTA will not consider any request for changes to the CMAT 2023 application. Additionally, once a candidate selects a city for examination, it cannot be changed after the correction window closes.

The exam date for CMAT 2023, which is for admission to management programs, will be announced soon. The registration process for CMAT 2023 was held from February 13 to March 13, 2023.


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CMAT 2023 Significant Dates



Last date for submission of application forms online (Up to 5 PM)

March 13, 2023

Last date for payment of application fee online(up to 11:50 PM)

March 13, 2023

Correction Window (online only)

March 14, 2023 to March 16, 2023

CMAT 2023 Enrollment Form Rectification Steps

To make corrections to their application form, candidates should follow these steps:

  • Go to the official website
  • Click on the ‘CMAT 2023 application correction’ link under Candidate Activity.
  • Sign in with the CMAT 2023 application number and password.
  • Edit the CMAT 2023 application form and submit.
  • Download the confirmation page and save it for future reference.
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