|Start Date||End Date||Remark|
|Application Form Date||02-Jul-2018||24-Aug-2018|
|Result Date||25-Sep-2018||N/A||Result is declared|
|MAT Exam 2018 Highlights|
|MAT Full Form||MAT (Management Aptitude Test)|
|Organizing Authority||AIMA (All India Management Association)|
|Durationicity||Four times a year|
|MAT Official Website||www.aima.in|
|Method of Application||Online and Offline|
|Method of Exam||Offline and Online|
|Type and Number of Questions||200 Objective Type Questions|
|Validity of MAT Score||1 year|
|MAT Helpdesk||011-47673020 or [email protected]|
With the completion of MAT December 2017, the schedule for MAT Feb 2018 has been devised. The table below consists of all the events and dates which aspirants obligatory to keep in mind for the successful writing of MAT 2018 Exam:
|MAT Feb 2018 Registration Date||December 20, 2017- January 26, 2018||MAT Feb Registration 2018 open now|
|Announce of MAT 2018 Hall Ticket||Last week of January 2018||MAT Dec 2018 Hall Ticket to announce at aima.in|
|MAT Feb 2018 Exam Date|
Offline exam- February 4, 2017
Online exam- February 10, 2017
|Subject-wise MAT Exam Format|
|Declaration of MAT 2018 Result||Last week of February 2018||MAT Feb 2018 Result Date to announce soon|
|Month||MAT 2018 Registration Date||MAT 2018 Exam Date (offline)||MAT 2018 Exam Date (online)|
|May||First week of March 2018||May 6||May 12|
|September||First week of July 2018||September 2||September 8|
|December||First week of October 2018||December 9||December 15|
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Students can follow these simple steps to download the hall ticket:
Here are the key highlights of MAT Exam Format:
|Highlights of MAT Exam Format|
|Method of exam||Online and offline|
|Nature of questions||Objective|
|Total number of questions||200|
|The number of sections||5 (Data Analysis & Sufficiency, Language Comprehension, Intelligence & Critical Reasoning, Mathematical Skills and Indian & Global Environment.)|
|Exam period||2 hours 30 minutes|
For each accurate response- +1 marks
For each inaccurate response- -¼ marks
Here is the section-wise exam format in MAT:
|Section||Number of Questions||Time Suggested (In Minutes)||Marks Issued|
|Data Analysis & Sufficiency||40||35||40|
|Intelligence and Critical Reasoning||40||30||40|
|Indian and Global Environment||40||15||40|
|Section||Total Questions||Level of Difficulty||Approximate time taken (in mins)|
|Intelligence and Critical reasoning||40||Moderate||22-26|
|Mathematical skills||40||Moderate to Difficult||25-28|
|Data analysis and sufficiency||40||Quite tough||20-25|
|Indian and Global environment||40||Easy to Moderate||17-22|
|Mathematical Skills||Data Analysis & Sufficiency||Intelligence & Critical Reasoning||Language Comprehension||Indian & Global Environment|
|Geometry||Graphs||Critical Reasoning||Verbal Reasoning||Geography|
|Arithmetic Progression||Column Graphs||Visual Reasoning||Syllogisms||Present Affairs|
|Installment Payments||Bar Graphs||Assumption-Premise-Conclusion||Contextual usage||Business|
|Ratios and Proportions||Line Charts||Assertion and reasons||Analogies||Major corporate events|
|Arithmetic Mean||Pie Charts||Statements and assumptions||Sentence completion||Science|
|Logarithm||Graphs representing Area||Matrix arrangements||Idioms||Social allots|
|Work and Time||Venn Diagram||Coding and Decoding||Sentence correction||International organizations|
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MAT Result for February session will be released on the official website of AIMA. Steps to check MAT result are as follows: Keep handy your roll number, application form number and password to check the same.
MAT Result can also be checked through SMS. Write MATS FORMNO DO(ddmmyy) to 54242.
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Aspirants have to apply to MAT Colleges before or after the exam for which they seeking to take the admission. They can apply for the 5 colleges. For applying to the colleges, follow the given below process:
Given below is the Expected MAT Cut Off for February 2018 session based on earlier year cut off trends:
|B-Schools||Expected MAT 2018 Cutoff Scores|
|Xavier Institute of Management & Entrepreneurship||700|
|Institute of Public Enterprise, Hyderabad||650|
|Balaji Institute of Modern Management, Pune||600|
|PSG Institute of Management, Coimbatore||600|
|Amity Business School, Noida||500|
|Alliance School of Business, Bangalore||500|
|IFIM Business School||500|
|Acharya Institute of Management & Sciences||500|
|SRM school and SRM University||500|
|Jaipuria Institute of Management||400|
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Ques. What is MAT Exam?
Ans. Management Aptitude Test, commonly known as MAT, is a national-level entrance exam. It is organized 4 times a year (February, May, September, and December). All India Management Association (AIMA) is the body responsible for organizing MAT. The results of MAT are accepted by almost 600 B-Schools in India. The exam is organized in both online and offline methods.
Ques. How to get into management colleges using MAT exam?
Ans. MAT Score is accepted by almost 600 B-Schools. Admission to MBA/PGDM programs in these colleges is made with the help of MAT Result. Aspirants can apply in any 5 MAT Participating Colleges by following the below steps:
Ques. What are the differences between CAT and MAT exam?
Ans. Some of the major differences in CAT & MAT are given below:
Ques. Is it possible to crack MAT without coaching?
Ans. MAT is relatively easier than other management entrance exams. Practicing a number of MAT Sample Papers at home should suffice. Yes, definitely! They will give you a fair idea about the paper format and syllabus.
Ques. How many Management Institutes participate in MAT? Are they recognised, by AICTE?
Ans. The number of participating MI’s may vary. Is there a same admission criterion for each & every Institute? Do they keep on changing or remain the same? The number of MI’s keeps on changing from test to test. All MIs participating in MAT are either AICTE, DEC approved, University affiliated College, University Department. It may be worthwhile to go via the brochure of the MIs for detailed information. The list of different MIs/Universities is available in MAT bulletin along with the admission notification. For further information, you may contact the MIs/Universities of your choice. Admission criteria for every institute are various.
Ques.Is there any difference between Computer Based Test and Paper Based Test?
Ans.Computer Based Test means the aspirant sits in front of a computer and the questions are presented on the computer monitor and the aspirant submits the responses via the use of keyboard or mouse. MAT is provided over a duration of time and the aspirant can choose the center, the day and time of his/her convenience to take the test. Choose wisely from PBT method or CBT method Each computer is connected to a cater, which prepares the question set and delivers it to the aspirant on the computer. It is the responsibility of the aspirant to acquire these skills before appearing in the test and AIMA cannot take responsibility for the same. Computer Based Test assumes that the aspirant has the basic familiarity with the use of computers like use of keyboard and mouse operation. In traditional Paper Based Test, Aspirant is supposed to bring Pen, HB-Pencils, Erasers and Sharper with him/her whereas the Question Paper & OMR Response Sheet is offered at the Test Centre. This is unlike the Paper Based Test, which is generally provided on a single day to all aspirants. Choo" href="https://www.meracollege.net/exam/news/e-243-what-method-to-choose-pen-paper-mat-vs-online-mat">Appearing for MAT 2017?
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