AIMA announces MAT December 2015 Results
The All India Management Association- AIMA has announced the Results for MAT December 2015 on December 21, 2015. The results have been announced in the form of scores along with the names of the shortlisted candidates who now have to appear in the MAT 2015 selection process.
MAT December 2015 was conducted on December 6 and 12 in paper and computer based mode respectively. It is important for the candidates who have appeared in the test to check their scores and follow the admission process to avail final admission process.
Click here to check MAT December 2015 Results
To check the results, candidates have to visit the website, click on MAT December 2015 Results, enter roll number, form number and password, and download the results. The MAT December 2015 Results will have sectional and overall scores of the candidates who have to follow the shortlisting process.
According to the admission or the selection procedure the B-schools will shortlist the candidates on the cutoff scores or percentiles. The MAT 2016 Selection Procedure or the admission criteria will vary from B-School to B-School. The common procedure includes Group Discussion (GD), Personal Interview (PI) and or Written Ability Test (WAT). The WAT or Essay Writing procedure is gradually gaining prominence over GD rounds in majority of the B-schools.
In the MAT December 2015 Test there were 200 multiple choice questions divided in 5 sections. Each correct answer had 1 mark and for each wrong answer, there was a 1/4 negative marking.
MAT is a national level MBA entrance exam which is conducted quarterly. After February, the exam will be held on May, September and December.
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First published on December 21, 2015
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