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MAT 2019 - All India Management Association (AIMA) has released the application form of December session for both paper-based and computer-based mode. The last date to fill the application form will be December 8, 2019, for paper-based mode and December 14, 2019, for computer-based mode. Admit card will be available from December 2, 2019, for PBT mode and December 10, 2019, for CBT mode. The authorities will conduct MAT 2019 December session in paper-based mode on December 8, 2019 and computer based mode on December 14, 2019. MAT 2019 application form was released in online mode for both the mode of exam form on October 2019. This article carries all the information related to MAT 2019 December session such as eligibility criteria, application form, result, exam pattern, admit card, selection process, cutoff, etc. Latest: MAT 2019 December session application form has been released on October 4, 2019.
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MAT score is accepted by more than 600 B-schools across India. Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is conducted four times a year - in February, May, September and December, for admissions to MBA/PGDM programs at various management institutes. The duration of the exam is of 150 minutes (2 hours and 30 minutes) for both the modes. The exam pattern consists of 200 multiple-choice questions (MCQs) which cover five sections.
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Management Aptitude Test
Commonly known as
All India Management Association (AIMA)
2.5 hours (150 minutes)
Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
No. of Questions
The table given below represents all the important dates related to MAT 2019 December exam.
MAT December 2019 application start date
October 4, 2019
Last date for online application
December 1, 2019 (Paper-based Test)
December 6, 2019 (Computer-based Test)
Admit Card Release date
December 2, 2019 (Paper-based Test)
December 10, 2019 (Computer-based Test)
MAT December 2019 (paper-based test)
December 8, 2019
MAT December 2019 (computer-based test)
December 14, 2019
MAT 2019 Result for December exam
To be announced
The registration of MAT December 2019 commenced on October 4, 2019. The deadline for filing the form in PBT mode is December 1, 2019. The last date for filling the MAT application form for CBT mode is December 6, 2019. The MAT December 2019 application form is available only in online mode for both PBT and CBT mode. Candidates need to register to create User ID and Password before filling the MAT application form 2019 December test. The application process will be considered complete after the scanned image of photograph & signature are uploaded and online payment is successfully made. Candidates can choose to write the exam in both online (PBT) and offline (CBT) modes.
An application fee of Rs. 1550 for one test (either PBT or CBT) or Rs.2650 for both tests (PBT and CBT) must be paid. Candidates can choose to take MAT as
Paper Based Test (PBT) or
Computer Based Test (CBT) or
Both PBT & CBT
AIMA prescribes the eligibility criteria for MAT 2019. Candidates must fulfil the following parameters before filling the application form-
Candidates must have a graduation degree in any discipline from a recognised university or Institute.
Final year graduation students can also apply for MAT. However, they have to submit documents as proof of completion of graduation within the prescribed time.
There is no age limit prescribed to appear for MAT.
There are more than 50 cities where MAT 2019 exam centres are located all over India. However, most of the exam centres conduct the only paper-based test. The computer-based test was conducted at very selected exam centres. The MAT 2019 exam centres will be available in the following States/Cities:
List of States for MAT Exam Centres 2019 – Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Delhi, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, J&K, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Odisha, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Tripura, UP, Uttarakhand and West Bengal.
MAT is conducted in both offline and online modes, and a candidate can select any one or both the modes while filling the application form. As per the MAT Exam pattern, the exam has 200 objective type questions divided into five sections. The duration of the MAT exam is Two hours and 30 minutes (2:30 hrs). Candidates can check the detailed exam pattern of MAT 2019 from the below table:
MAT Exam Pattern
Time (in minutes)
Data Analysis and Sufficiency
Intelligence and Critical Reasoning
Indian and Global Environment
Marking Scheme: Each question carries one mark and 1/4th marks (0.25 marks) will be deducted for each incorrect answer.
MAT 2019 syllabus is divided into five sections. The detailed MAT syllabus 2019 section-wise is given below:
Data Analysis and Sufficiency – Graphs, Charts, Bar Graphs, Pie Chart, Venn Diagram, Puzzles, Tables etc.
Language Comprehension – Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension, Grammar, Verbal Reasoning, Analogies, Odd man out, Sentence correction & completion, Antonyms, Idioms etc.
Intelligence and Critical Reasoning – Mathematical Reasoning, Verbal Ability, Coding and Decoding, Family Tree, Effect and Cause, Sequencing etc.
Mathematical Skills – Geometry, Number System, Functions, Date and Time, Progression, Algebra, Averages, Ration and Proportions etc.
Indian and Global Environment – Current Affairs, General Knowledge, Geography, History, Sports, Entertainment, Politics, Science, Awards, Business etc.
The result for MAT 2019 will tentatively be announced in the last week of December, 2019. Candidates can check MAT 2019 result on the official website of the exam conducting body AIMA using their MAT Registration number and Roll Number. MAT scorecard will not be sent to the candidates through post. The scorecard cum result of MAT 2019 exam will be valid for one year. MAT scorecard is accepted by more than 600 B-schools across India. On the basis of the MAT results, candidates will be shortlisted for the selection procedure by different participating institutes.
The participating institutes of MAT shortlist the test takers based on their cutoff marks for the selection procedure. The MAT 2019 cutoff can be either in the form of percentile or score. The cutoff score ranges from 250 to 700 varying from B-School to B-School.
The MAT selection procedure usually consists of Group Discussion, Personal Interview and or Written Ability Test (WAT). Each participating institute has its own selection process. First, candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of MAT score. These shortlisted candidates are later called for the selection rounds at various participating institutes. Final admission selection is on the basis of performance in all the selection rounds.
MAT score is accepted widely across various B-schools. There are around 350 institutes registered under AIMA, that accepts students on the basis of MAT scores. There are other institutes as well which accept the MAT score for admissions. Some of the institutes which accept the MAT score:
Amity University, Delhi-NCR
Apeejay School of Management, New Delhi
Asia Pacific Institute of Management, Delhi
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's Usha & Lakshmi Mittal Institute of Management, New Delhi
Birla Institute of Management Technology, Greater Noida
The authorities will release the MAT 2019 December session admit card for PBT mode on December 2, 2019 and for CBT mode it will be issued on December 10, 2019. Candidates need to login to the official website with their online application number and date of birth to download the admit card. Candidates could download the admit card till the day of the exam. The document was available for download on the official website. It must be noted that the officials will not send the hard copy of the admit card to any of the candidates. Without the admit card, no aspirant will be allowed to appear in the exam.
Note: The Application form of MAT 2019 December session has been released on October 4, 2019. Candidates can fill the application form on the official website of AIMA.
All India Management Association
14, Institutional Area, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110003, India
Phone: 011 - 24645100 / 011 - 24617354 / 011 – 4312
MAT is held four times in a year in February, May, September and December.
MAT 2019 in CBT will be held on September 9 and PBT will be held on September 17.
Admission for every participating institute is different. Candidates will have to contact the respective institute to know the detail.
Yes, candidates can apply for both CBT and PBT mode of examination by paying the registration fee of Rs. 2650/-
No there is no age limit to appear for MAT.
MAT scorecard will be available for download on the official website. Candidates can download it by entering their login credentials.
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First of all there's no specific aggregate set for MAT, one needs to have passed graduation in any discipline from a recognized university.But, yes different colleges accepting admission based on MAT scores might have different eligibility criteria that may vary.
You can go ahead for preparation for MAT, you have to balance your work as well as preparation, there are many people who're working yet preparing for different entrance exams. So, you have to make your plans accordingly and devote time in the similar manner.Also, you have advantage here as MAT is conducted four times a year.
Hello Jyoti, MAT is a very good choice for you considering that you are doing BBA. You can go for MBA because that will raise your chances for getting a job and most of the companies are looking for MBA degree holders for work. You have other options like to change your path and prepare for civil services examinations or BANK, SSC examinations.
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