|Section No||Section||No. of Questions||Time Suggested(Minutes)|
|3.||Data Analysis and Sufficiency||40||35|
|4.||Intelligence and Critical Reasoning||40||30|
|5.||Indian and Global Environment||40||15|
Latest MAT 2020 Update
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Admission process & Important dates
AIMA (All India Management Association) conducts the MAT.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, the other 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. MAT can be your passport to over 600 B-Schools across India.
MBA aspirants must note that MAT Sep 2019 has been announced and details are as follows:
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MAT Exam date: MAT 1st Sep 2019 (Paper Based) and 14th Sep 2019 (Computer-based)
Last Date For sale of Forms:
Aug 25, 2019 (PBT) & Sep 08, 2019 (CBT)
For more detail on MAT Registration Form Acknowledgement, Admit Card, Test Centre City and List of Participating Management Institutes, go to:
Register here : https://mat.aima.in/may19/
MAT Eligibility Criteria
The minimum qualification for appearing in MAT is graduation in any discipline from any recognized University or equivalent.
A final year student in any undergraduate (i.e. B.A, B.Sc., B.Com, B.Tech., etc.) can also apply.
Usually, there is a minimum percentage requirement in graduation which is different for different management institutes and universities.
However, there is no restriction regarding percentages for taking the MAT test, no age bar and no experience required.
Total number of Questions: 200
Total Time allocated: 150 minutes
Correct attempt: 1 mark
Incorrect attempt: Negative marking not specified
Sections with Questions
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.
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