MAT Cutoff 2017: The participating institutes of MAT are responsible for announcing the cutoff for MAT 2017. The admissions to various management institutes via MAT scores will be done on the basis of MAT 2017 cut off, which will be announced after the declaration of the results. AIMA has declared the MAT result on September 21, 2017. It is expected that the MAT cutoff remains on the similar lines as that of the previous year. AIMA had conducted MAT 2017 on September 3 in paper pencil mode and the computer-based was held on September 9. Candidates can check tentative MAT Cutoff, based on previous year, in this article.
Latest: MAT September Result 2017 Declared
- Know your chances of getting a call
- Know the required eligibility criteria
- Know how good is your profile for different B-Schools
- Also know the percentile cutoff for B-Schools
Factors to Determine MAT Cut off 2017
Difficulty level of the test
Number of candidates
Number of seats in an Institute
On the basis of the above-stated factors, an Institute decides its Cutoff for MAT scores, on the basis of which it shortlisted students for admission process. First, students who appeared in the test- MAT 2017 will be shortlisted on the basis of their MAT results. These shortlisted candidates have to check the MAT Cutoff at the institutes in which they have selected and applied from the list of MAT Participating Institutes.
The shortlisted candidates will check the MAT Cutoff 2017, which will be declared in the form of percentile. Such candidates will be called for to follow the MAT selection Procedure consisting of group discussions (GD), personal interview (PI), and or a written test (WAT).
It is likely that the the participating institutes will announce the MAT 2017 Cut off after the declaration of the results. As MAT is held four times a year, the MAT Cutoff may and may not remain same. Usually, the cutoff remains on similar lines.
What is last years’ MAT Cutoff: The following table brings to you the expected MAT cutoff of the top B-schools accepting MAT scores.
Top B-schools accepting MAT Scores and Cutoffs
MAT Cut off in Scores
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