MAT Result for December 2019 has been announced on December 27, 2019. Candidates can check their exam scores on the official website of AIMA.
Since 1988, Management Aptitude Test or MAT is conducted to screen candidates for admission to MBA and allied programmers. The Ministry of Human Resource Development approved MAT as a national level test in 2003. MAT is accepted by over 600 B-schools across the country. It is conducted by the All India Management Association (AIMA). The exam is conducted four times a year, in the months of February, May, September and December. MAT can be taken as a Paper-Based as well as a Computer-Based Test.
MAT results are generally available in the last week of the month in which the exam has been held. The score remains valid for one year for admission to MBA/ PGDM courses. There are around 279 B-schools which are accepting MAT Results 2019.
Checking MAT results
Candidates can verify their results by logging onto the https://mat.aima.in/mat-result/ and entering their registration number and roll number. MAT scorecard will appear on the screen. A candidate can save the screenshot or save it as PDF by using the print option in the web browser. The scorecard can be verified for any discrepancy in personal details. In case a candidate loses the scorecard, a duplicate one can be requested from AIMA within 45 days from the declaration of MAT 2019 results.
MAT scorecard will be in the following format:
Details in the MAT Scorecard
The MAT Scorecard contains the following information:
● Candidate's name
● Candidate's roll number
● Candidate's date of birth
● Sectional scores
● Overall scores
● Composite scores
● MAT Score Validity Period
Receiving results by SMS
MAT aspirants can also check their results via SMS. To make use of this facility, the candidate needs to type MATS followed by their application number and date of birth (DD/MM/YYYY format) and send it to 54242.
For example: MATS 201022 021285 to 524242
Distribution of Marks
The sections in the test include -
1. Language Comprehension
2. Intelligence and Critical Reasoning
3. Data Analysis and Sufficiency
4. Mathematical Skills
5. Indian and Global Environment
Each section has 40 questions, with the total marks being 200. MAT has negative marking. For every correct answer candidates score 1 mark and 0.25 are deducted for every wrong answer. However, there is no deduction of marks for leaving a question unanswered.
1. MAT score is out of 200, however the scorecard carries a scaled score which is calculated out of 100. It is based on this, the percentile is calculated.
2. The scores of the first 4 sections is combined and scaled to 800 and given as composite score to compute the cutoff and merit list.
3. The score of Indian and Global Environment is not used for calculating the MAT merit list.
4. Composite scores of Candidates is sent to the colleges they have already chosen. The selection procedure comprises of Written Ability Test, Group Discussion and Personal Interview. Based on the scores in MAT and each of the selection rounds, a final merit list is created.