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Exam Date (CBT) : 21st Aug 2021

MAT Exam Admit Card 2021

MAT is one of the most popular competitive exams among MBA aspirants as it gets them access to a large number of good B schools in India. Also, another reason that attributes to the immense popularity of this exam is that the candidates can choose to take either Paper Based Test or Computer Based Test as per their convenience. 

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Important Dates - August - September MAT 2021

Check the table below for MAT 2021 August - September schedule of PBT and CBT mode exams.

MAT 2021 Events

MAT 2021 Dates

Last date of MAT registration

PBT: 29-Aug-2021

CBT: 14-Aug-2021

MAT admit card download

PBT: 30-Aug-2021

CBT: 17-Aug-2021 

MAT 2021 August - September exams

PBT: 05-Sep-2021

CBT: 21-Aug-2021

MAT Exam Admit Card 

Admit Card for March MAT (PBT) will be released on:

PBT: 30-Aug-2021

CBT: 17-Aug-2021

All provisionally registered candidates both for Paper Based and Computer Based Test can download their Admit Card from AIMA website link:

  • Specific Admit Card is generated for the candidates opted for the Paper Based Test.
  • Admit Card contains Candidate's Name, Form No, Roll No, Test Date, Test Time and Test Venue Address.

Sections in MAT Exam

MAT entrance exam covers five sections in all. Scores of first four sections compose the final scores. However, institutions might choose to consider the score of the General Awareness section.

Section No. Section No. of Questions Time Suggested(Minutes)
Language Comprehension
Mathematical Skills
Data Analysis and Sufficiency
Intelligence and Critical Reasoning
Indian and Global Environment

Very Important Last Minute Tips

  • When you start the test use your experience of sample paper
  • Do keep track of time
  • Read directions very carefully
  • Don’t assume information not provided
  • Be cool during the test and don’t get bogged down by lengthy calculations
  • In case of guessing, do it intelligently
  • Pay attention to negative prefixes also, such as non-, un-, or dis-

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