MAT Exam 2018 Registration, AIMA MAT 2018, Management Aptitude Test
MAT 2018 Registration: MAT September 2018 Registration has been started from June 30th 2018. Management Aptitude Test (MAT 2018) is the prestigious management entrance exam which acts as a gateway for admission to MBA and PGDM courses. It is conducted by AIMA (All India Management Association). MAT scores are considered by more than 600 B-Schools across India. It is the entrance test of national level conducted four times in a year. Applicants wish to pursue MBA course can apply anytime for Management Aptitude Test (MAT). Every year, the first MAT exam will be held in the month of February then in the month of May, September and December respectively. Interested applicants can go through this article page for getting all the information about MAT 2018.
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MAT 2018 Notifications – Registration Started
MAT 2018 Exam Date
MAT will be held 4 times in a period of one year. Here, we are mentioning the MAT exam dates (official) for the academic year 2018-2019:
For September Exam:
The release of Application Form: June 30th 2018
Last date for online registration: August 24th 2018 (PBT) & 8th September (CBT)
Availability of Admit Card: August 25th 2018 (PBT) & September 11th 2018 (CBT)
Date of Examination: September 2nd 2018 (PBT) & September 15th 2018 (CBT)
Date of MAT Result Declaration: September 24th 2018
MAT 2018 Registration
Applicants desiring admission in postgraduate management courses must necessarily fill MAT application form 2018 through online mode.
The online application form for September Exam has been released from June 30th 2018.
There is no offline application is available to apply for MAT exam.
The application should be completed in all respects including the filling of all necessary details and uploading of signature & photograph.
After few days of the submission of application form, applicants can check their status of the application form.
Applicants can submit the online application till August 24th 2018 (PBT) & September 8th 2018 (CBT).
MAT Registration Fee
All the category Applicants are required to pay Rs. Rs 2650 (For Both PBT and CBT) & Rs. 1550 (For PBT or CBT) as application fee. GST will also be added. Payment can be processed through credit card/debit card and net banking.
The eligibility prescribed for appearing the MAT 2018 is as follows:
Qualification Requirement: Applicant must be graduate to be eligible for MAT. Graduation can be completed in any discipline.
Appearing Applicants: Final year graduation appearing Applicants can also apply.
No Minimum Marks: There is no minimum marks requirement to be eligible for MAT. However, Applicants have to secure passing marks in graduation.
No Age Limit: No prescribed age limit and number of attempts for appearing MAT 2018.
MAT Exam Pattern 2018
The details of MAT 2018 Exam pattern is given below:
- Exam Mode: MAT is conducted in online (CBT) as well as offline mode (PBT).
- Type of Questions: MAT is an objective type test with multiple-choice questions.
- Number of Questions: The test contains 200 questions divided into 5 sections.
- Sections Covered: There will be total 5 sections in MAT exam.
- Exam Duration: The test is of 2 hours 30 minutes.
- Marking Scheme: One mark will be given to each correct answer.
- Negative Marking: 1/4 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.
The following table shows the structure of MAT:
|Section||No. of Questions||Time (in minutes)|
|Data Analysis and Sufficiency||40||35|
|Intelligence and Critical Reasoning||40||30|
|Indian and Global Environment||40||15|
MAT Syllabus 2018
MAT Syllabus 2018 – The complete knowledge of MAT syllabus is very important for the best preparation of exam. The test will include 5 sections i.e. Language Comprehension, Mathematical Skills, Data Analysis and Sufficiency, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning and Indian and Global Environment.
How to Prepare for MAT
Here are few tips on how to crack MAT. This would help you to score good marks:
Planning is very important for exam preparation. Plan your study time table properly.
Time management is very important in order to make sure that all the five sections of the entire paper can be attended properly.
Negative marking also exists in MAT so attempt the question with full attention.
You can also practice the mock test to get idea about the exam pattern.
A wide variety of MAT books are available in market for preparation. It is very important to choose the right study material.
Last but not the least, maintain your health and stay healthy.
MAT 2018 Admit Card
All Successfully registered Applicants will download their MAT 2018 admit card for September exam on August 25th 2018 (PBT) & September 11th 2018 (CBT).
Admit card is not dispatched by post or through any other means.
Admit card would contain Applicant Name, Form No, Roll No., Test Date, Test Time and Test Venue Address.
MAT Result 2018
MAT 2018 Result for September exam will be declared on September 25th 2018.
Result has been declared online only on the official website of AIMA.
It can be checked by entering roll number, application form number and by selecting month of test.
MAT Score Card 2018
MAT Score Card has been put on AIMA website. It is also sent to the Applicants through post.
Score card is valid only for one year i.e. for admission to that particular session only.
If Applicant has lost the score card then he/she can also request the duplicate score card within the stipulated time period.
Most of the management institutions in India accepts the MAT Scores.
MAT Admission Procedure 2018
The Applicants shortlisted on the basis of entrance test are required to appear the further round of selection in participating MIs.
Applicants can apply individually in the participating institutions.
Each MI has its own selection process. Usually, the selection process comprises of Group Discussion, Personal Interview and/or Written Ability Test (WAT) rounds.
Final admission will be based on Applicant’s performance in the entrance exam and in further rounds.