MAT 2015 Cutoff - The Cutoff for MAT 2015 exam is declared once the exam is over and the result is likely to be declared shortly. The MAT 2015 Exam is conducted by the All India Institute of Management- AIMA for admissions in the management programmes of over 500 b-schools. The MAT 2015 Cutoff will be declared by the participating institutes after the exam or the result.

Latest: MAT 2016 September test will be conducted on September 4 and 10


Each year AIMA conducts MAT exam four times a year in February, May, September and December in both paper and computer based format to shortlist candidates for the admission process. The MAT December 2015 exam was conducted on December 6 and 12 in paper and computer based format respectively.

Once the exam is over and the result is declaed the MAT 2015 Cutoff will be announced. On the basis of this cutoff all the Top B-schools accepting MAT scores will declare their cutoff for admissions.


The MAT 2015 Cutoff refers to the minimum marks or percentile which a test taker must obtain in order to get shortlisted by the B-schools. The MAT 2015 cutoff is expected to range from 50 to 700 from different B-schools across India. 

The MAT Cutoff will be declared by all the participating institutes after the declaration of the result. However, based on the past trends, this article will give you the expected MAT 2015 Cutoff scores of the top B-schools across India.


MAT December 2014 Cutoff (expected)

Acharya Institute of Management Studies (AIMS),Bangalore


Galgotias Business School, Greater Noida


New Delhi Institute of Management (NDIM), New Delhi


NIILM Center for Management Studies, Greater Noida


Tezpur University (Department of Business Administration), Tezpur


Amity International Business School, Greater Noida


Christ University, Bangalore


School of Communication & Management Studies (SCMS) Kochi


Bharati Vidyapeeth Institute of Management & Rural Development - BVIMRDA – Sangli


Though these are the tentative MAT 2015 cutoff marks of the top B-schools, it is likely that this year’s cutoff will fall in the same brackets. 


Also Read: 


MAT 2016 Selection Process

MAT 2016 Important Dates

MAT 2016 participating institutes

MAT 2016 Result

MAT 2016 Cutoff


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while filling the registration form for MAT, by mistankly I selected IBT mode of test , but i have some issues with my laptop and internet connection,so I think might be face some issue during exam ,so is there any option to change the mode of test to CBT . please suggest.

Sharon K Rose Student Expert 24th May, 2020


You cannot make any changes in MAT application form as there isn't any correction facility.You have to either apply a fresh application choosing CBT mode or make some alternative arrangements to give the test in IBT mode.You can seek help from your friends or relatives to provide you desktop/laptop with with proper internet connectivity.


Got 80 percentile in mat. I live in delhi , should I go for FIIB delhi or should look colleges in Pune like pibm & iims pune?

rajaman9300_7946061 Student Expert 26th May, 2020

FIIB Delhi and IIMs Pune is at par. You can easily get these colleges without any much hindrance. If you want to stay in Delhi only then you can opt FIIB as there i snot much difference between these colleges.

Scopes are also same in fact a little more in FIIB.

But if you want any other college in Delhi with this percentile , then you can try :

VIPS-TC-Delhi School of Business Delhi


Jagan Institute of Management

These 3 colleges are difficult to get but not impossible. It's 70-30 chance.

All the best!!


I scored 693 in mat feb 2020, do i have any chances of getting pumba or simsree?

Anuja 23rd May, 2020

Dear Aspirant,

Can you mention your percentile so that it will be helpful for us to guide you

As Simsree and Pumba admission process is through CET marks for HU And OHU candidates, so MAT score will be considered as All India Quota

Hence the cut off for All India Quota is more than CET cut off

Hope this helps


where can i get study materials for MAT

Nimisha Gupta 23rd May, 2020


The best books to study for Management Aptitude Test are

Mission MBA MAT Guide by BS Sijwali

MAT entrance exams with practice CD by GKP

Pearson MAT super course

Study package for MAT by Arun Sharma

10 Challengers MAT

Here I am sharing a link with you which might  be helpful for you


what is the level of mat may exam which section is more difficult among them.....?

Shareef 19th May, 2020
The subject in which you are weak in, may find difficult for you to solve.
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Intelligence and critical reasoning
  • Data analysis and sufficiency
  • Indian and global environment

these are the subjects you will have in the examinination, the subject you haven't gone in previous educations or you are weak in should be given more concentration. Coming to pattern here is the exam pattern,
  • 200 question
  • 150 minutes
  • 1 mark for every correct answer
  • 1/2 will be reduced for wrong answer
  • CCA type paper
if you don't have any idea about the syllabus, refer the below link
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