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MAT or Management Aptitude Test is one of the popular MBA entrance exams conducted by AIMA. Around 600 B-schools accept the MAT scores for its admission. The exam is taken by a majority of the MBA aspirants as it is conducted four times a year, hence giving enough opportunity for the test takers to get a good score and obtain admission in a good B-School without losing a year.LATEST- All India Management Association (AIMA) has released the MAT 2019 result on December 27
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If you have taken the last MAT exam and obtained your result, or preparing to take the next MAT of the season, knowing the top B-schools accepting MAT scores and their MAT Cutoffs will give headway to your MBA admission through MAT scores.
MAT is conducted in the months of February, May, September, and December. A candidate can take the exam each time it is conducted. According to trends, the maximum number of participating B-schools is for the MAT February and MAT December exams.
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MAT exam pattern : The total marks of MAT are 800. The exam has five sections with 40 questions each, totaling it to 200. There are four marks for each correct answer and Â¼ negative marking scheme. Duration of the paper is 150 minutes (2 hours and 30 minutes)
The cut-offs of the top B-schools accepting MAT scores can be defined according to two parameters, scores, and percentiles. In the table given below, we share with you the top B-schools accepting MAT scores for the next academic year along with their cutoffs, Careers360 Rank, and Rating along with application procedure.
Top B-schools accepting MAT scores and cutoffs
MAT Cut off in Scores
National Institute of Technology, Warangal
Institute of Finance and International Management, Bangalore
Institute of Public Enterprise, Hyderabad
Xavier Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship, Bangalore
Alliance School of Business, Bangalore
Balaji Institute of Modern Management, Pune
Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow
Thiagarajar School of Management, Thirupparankundram
SCMS Cochin School of Business, Cochin
VIT Business School, Vellore
Kirloskar Institute of Advanced Management Studies, Harihar
MS Ramaiah Institute of Management, Bangalore
ITM Business School, Navi Mumbai
Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida
KIIT School of Management, Bhubaneswar
Acharya Institute of Management and Sciences, Bangalore
Source: Respective B-School admission officials, websites, and B-school reports.
The above-mentioned table gives you a glimpse of the top B-schools and their cut off scores.
As you can see, the MAT cut off for top B-schools ranges from 500 to 700. However, there is a caveat. The cutoffs of the top B-schools accepting MAT scores is only an indication of the quality of students the institutes look for admitting. Apart from the cut offs there are various criteria for shortlisting and selection such as past academic records, work experience to name a few. Hence it cannot be guaranteed that obtaining the cutoff percentile will ensure a call from the B-schools you have applied.
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Some of the top colleges which accept MAT scores are:
TA Pai Management Institute, Manipal
These are some of the top colleges which accepts MAT score for their admission process. For more details, kindly refer the given article.
For top b-school which accepts MAT score, the expected cutoff is above 600. Also for some well-renowned colleges, the expected MAT cut off score is above 650 or 700
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NIT, Rourkela accepts Common Admission Test (CAT) for admission in MBA.It does not accept MAT score.You need to appear in CAT and the admission is based on merit in CAT, group discussion, personal interview.
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The maximum scaled score in MAT exam is 800 marks. In maximum obtained score you need to mention 'composite score' mentioned in your MAT exam result card. Th percentile given next to the 'composite score' in MAT result card is your overall MAT percentile.
I hope this clears your doubt.
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Hello student. Yes you can get into NL dalmia with the scores you have provided. But it might take 2nd couselling. Kindly ,mention your category and place so that we could help you out better. But in answer to your question, yes you can get into both the universities, as in fair chances exists
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