MAT 2013 Sample Paper

One should try out MAT Sample Question paper before actual exam. Students can download MAT Sample paper from the link provided in the end.

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Management Aptitude Test
, popularly known as MAT among the MBA aspirants is one of the most popular MBA entrance exams of India today. Conducted by All India Management Association (AIMA), the exam is conducted four times a year in the months of February, May, September and December. The objective of conducting MAT four times a year is to give the MBA aspirant more chance to improve their scores and better their chance in admission for a particular academic year instead of waiting for one more year. Started as a paper pencil based test, MAT gradually developed to a computer based test as well. But unlike CAT, which is now conducted only in the computer based format, MAT is conducted in both paper pencil based format as well as the computer based format. From the year 2009, MAT introduced its computer based format.

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MAT Paper Pattern

MAT tests your management skills on the basis of four sections which are Language Comprehension, Data Analysis and Sufficiency, Mathematical Skills, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning and Indian and global environment. Total number of questions is 200, divided among the five sections. The scores are given on the basis of the first four sections only.



Number of Questions


Language Comprehension



Data Analysis and Sufficiency



Mathematical Skills



Intelligence and Critical Reasoning



Indian and global environment






The duration of the exam is 150 minutes, which is 2 hours and 30 minutes. The total marks are 800. Each correct answer bears four marks and for each wrong answer, there is 1/4 negative marking.



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