|Conducting Body||All India Management Association (AIMA)|
|Conducting Body Website||Click Here|
|Exam Website||Click Here|
|Exam Mode||Both Online and Offline Modes of Test|
|Exam Type||National Level Exam|
|Exam Application Mode||Online/ Computer Based Application|
|Payment Mode||Online Payment|
|Exam Online Fees||Rs. 1550/- and for Both PBT & CBT Rs. 2650/-|
|Exam Offline Fees||Rs. 1550/- and for Both PBT & CBT Rs. 2650/-|
|Exam SC/ST Fees||Rs. 1550/- and for Both PBT & CBT Rs. 2650/-|
|Exam PWD Fees||Rs. 1550/- and for Both PBT & CBT Rs. 2650/-|
|Exam Male Candidate Fees||Rs. 1550/- and for Both PBT & CBT Rs. 2650/-|
|Exam Female Candidate Fees||Rs. 1550/- and for Both PBT & CBT Rs. 2650/-|
|Application Form Availability Date||In 1st week of October 2019|
|Last Date Of Application Form||In Last week of November 2019 (for PBT) and 1st week of December 2019 (CBT)|
|Last Date Of Payment||1) Online : In Last week of November 2019 (for PBT) and 1st week of December 2019 (CBT)
2) Offline : Not Applicable
|Slot Booking & from Correction date||Not Applicable|
|Form Correction Date||Not Applicable|
|Admit Card Availability||In Last week of November 2019 (for PBT) and 2nd week of December 2019 (CBT)|
|Examination Date||Online: In 2nd week of December 2019
Offline: In 1st week of December 2019
|Answer Key Date||Not Available|
|Result Declaration Date||In Last week of December 2019 (1500 Hrs)|
|Admission/Counselling Date||After Declaration of All India Merit List|
Before applying for MAT 2018 applicants must check their eligibility for the examination. The eligibility criteria for the MAT 2018 is given below:
The Management Aptitude Test is conducted in two modes Paper Based Test (PBT) and Computer Based Test (CBT). The applicants can opt for both the tests i.e. PBT as well as CBT by paying an extra fee of Rs. 1100/- in addition to Rs. 1550/-.
Those candidates who opt for both PBT and CBT, they will get the benefit of selecting additional 2 Management Institutions for sending their scores in addition to the existing option of selecting 5 Management Institutions i.e. after opting for both PBT and CBT, they can select 7 Management Institutions in total.
The MAT Exam pattern consists of 5 sections named as Language Comprehension, Mathematical skills, Data Analysis and Sufficiency, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning, Indian and Global Environment. The exam will consist of 200 MCQ type questions and time duration for the test will be of 2 hrs 30 min. The detailed exam pattern is given below in tabular form:
|S.No||Sections||No. of Questions||Time (in Min)|
|2.||Intelligence and Critical Reasoning||40||30|
|3.||Data Analysis and Sufficiency||40||35|
|5.||Indian and Global Environment||40||15|
The merit list and percentile will be prepared on the basis of 4 section. The score of Indian and Global Environment is not considered for calculating the merit and percentile for the scorecard.
After the declaration of merit list of entrance exam, GD, PI and WAT composite score, the candidates will have to present at the allotted center as per the provided schedule.
MAT is one of the prestigious management entrance exams for getting the admission in MBA/PGDM courses. More than 600 B-Schools accepts the MAT score card for admission to its management programmes. So candidates have to be serious for the exam and prepare accordingly, there are some points given below that may help students:
There is no prescribed syllabus provided by the exam conducting body for the MAT but candidates have to prepare all the sections to qualify for the exam. There are five sections in the MAT examination for which candidates have to prepare. The five sections name are as follow:
Candidates must complete all the topics for all the section before appearing in the examination.