MAT 2019: All about Eligibility Criteria, Selection Process, Syllabus and Exam Pattern

MAT 2019 December: As per the recent notification of AIMA, the MAT December 2019 exam will be held on14th December in CBT mode and 15th December in PBT mode. Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is a standardized management entrance exam held for management aspirants. It is a national level entrance exam conducted by All India Management Association (AIMA) to screen candidates for admission to MBA and allied programmes. The MAT exam is conducted in both the computer-based test and paper-based test format. It is up to the test taker to choose the mode one prefers to undertake the exam. After CAT, MAT is considered another prestigious entrance test because it is the gateway to enter various B-schools. We will definitely go to the details of MAT, but let us know some interesting facts about this management entrance test. This would help you understand the overview of MAT exam:

Since 1988 MAT is being administered to facilitate Business Schools (B-Schools) to screen candidates. Govt. of India, Ministry of HRD approved MAT as a national level test in 2003.

Eligibility Criteria for MAT – December 2019

Though there will be no major change in this year’s Eligibility Criteria for MAT exam, however, you must stay updated with the certain things that you may require before applying for the MAT exam 2019. Here is detailed information about the educational qualifications and documents you need to have before applying for the exam.

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How to Register for MAT – December 2019

There are different ways for registration for AIMA – MAT. MAT exam Registration for Paper Based Test will end on April 26. Whereas the last date for Computer-based registration is 10th May. Therefore, any candidate interested in taking the MAT May exam can register for the exam before the aforementioned dates.

Desirous candidates can register for MAT – May 2019 with the help of the following the information

Structure and Pattern of MAT – December 2019

Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is an objective type exam and it is usually conducted 4 times a year. There will be no descriptive type questions in the exam.

Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is an online and paper-based test of 2 hours & 30 minutes duration. The exam paper will consist of 200 MCQ questions. MCQ format based questions will be asked from 5 sections.

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MAT 2019 Syllabus: Section-wise

MAT Exam will constitute questions from 4 topics of Language Comprehension, Quantitative Aptitude, Data Interpretation and Indian & Global Environment. You need to have a thorough knowledge of these sections and must practice mock test papers to enhance your skills on these topics.

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Admit Card for Management Aptitude Test (MAT)

All provisionally registered candidates both for Paper Based and Computer Based Test can download their Admit Card from AIMA website link: . The admit card for the MAT paper-based exam will be available for download from December 17, 2019 onwards, while the computer-based exam admit card will be available from December 9, 2019, onwards.

Specific Admit Card is generated both for the candidates opted for the Paper Based Test and for the Computer Based Test. Admit Card contains Candidate’s Name, Form No, Roll No, Test Date, Test Time and Test Venue Address. Candidate has to strictly follow the date and time allotted to him/her in the case of the Computer Based Test.

MAT Exam Admit Card: Available for download

Highlights of Management Aptitude Test (MAT)

Applicants need to consider following main points for MAT Exam:

(1) MAT is conducted as online/offline examination on some specific exam centres.

(2) The question paper consists of 200 MCQ based questions from 5 sections.

(3) The time duration for this exam will be 2.5 hours.

(4) This entrance exam is conducted in two or more sessions, depending upon the number of applicants.

(5) There will be negative marking for every wrong response.

(6) Electronic devices will not be permitted at exam centres, during the examination.

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