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About MAT

The management aptitude test is an all India test that you need to take if you are an aspiring to be an MBA. Held at numerous cities and states across the region MAT is the exam that you need to clear if you are planning to get yourself enrolled in an MBA college.
Though the pattern of the exam is same as that of CAT and has the same subject demarcations, MAT is commonly believed to be an easier examination than CAT.
Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is conducted since 1988 by All India Management Association (AIMA) 4 times a year in the months of February, May, September and December. The minimum qualification is graduation in any discipline from any recognized university or equivalent recognized degree.
MAT has become popular with over 100 AICTE approved Institutions & University departments & 3, 00, 000 MBA aspirants have availed AIMA's testing services in the past six years.
This examination had thus, no doubt, given a new lease of hope to many a student. But with passage of time, hundreds of institutes of repute have started accepting MAT scores, making MAT no more an alternative but a leading management entrance examination in the country

Eligibility for Exam

A final-year student can also appear provisionally. The Test is generally conducted on the 1st Sunday of the aforesaid months and in various cities across the country. The results are published around 3 weeks after the examination and the scores are sent to the respective institutes mentioned by students in the application form.

Pattern of MAT Exam

Section

Questions

Marks

Reading Comprehension

40

40

Data Interpretation/Data Sufficiency

40

40

Quantitative Aptitude

40

40

Logical and Critical Reasoning

40

40

General Awareness **

40

40

Total

200

200

Total Number of Questions: 200, Total Marks: 200, Time: 150 Minutes, Correct Attempt: 1 mark, Incorrect Attempt:- Negative Marking (magnitude not specified )
**Total scores are accounted only from the first four sections. General Awareness score is left for institutes to examine