MAT September 2015 held on September 6
AIMA has conducted the MAT September 2015 on Sunday, September 6, 2015 in paper pencil mode. It is the third MAT of the year, which will be held in computer based mode on Saturday, September 12, 2015 onwards.
MAT September 2015 was conducted across 39 cities in India and 2 international cities, Dubai and Singapore. The number of test cities for the computer based test MAT September 2015 is 12. The scores of the exam will be accepted by 182 B-schools across India.
There was no deviation in terms of the pattern or structure of the exam. The 2.5 hour duration paper had 200 multiple choice objective type questions from 5 sections, Language Comprehension, Data Analysis and Sufficiency, Mathematical Skills, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning and Indian and Global Environment. Each question carried 1 mark and for each wrong answer, there was Â¼ negative marking. The overall difficulty level can be termed as easy to moderate.
The result of MAT September 2015 is expected to be declared by the last week of the month. After that, the participating institutes will declare the shortlist of candidates for the final round of selection process including Group Discussion, Personal Interview or Essay Writing.
This time AIMA had also made the provision for the candidates to select 5 B-schools of their preference where the MAT September 2015 scores will be sent. The last date for selecting the 5 B-schools is September 15, 2015.
Stay tuned to bschool.careers360.com for more news on MAT September 2015.
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As cut off varies every year, also it varies from college to college but as you mentioned you have attempted 101 questions with 75% accuracy your Percentile will be between 70-90 which is very good score. You can get admission in good colleges. Although more will be known when results will be out.
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Given your score of 440 in the keam and PCM score of 79,83,93, you can expect the rank around 2500. This is just a prediction based on previous year data, so it can't be said with surety as it will be dependent on many factors like, total students taking examination, their scores, etc.
To see the options of college you can get into based on your score, you can use the keam college predictor, here's the link - https://www.careers360.com/keam-college-predictor
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my keam score is 440 cbse phy 89 mat 79 che 93 pls predict my rank range
According to previous years' data your KEAM score would be 394 and rank would be between 2000-3000. This is just an estimation for accurate data please go through official website.
A few private/ govt. colleges where you can apply for getting admission. You have good chances of getting admission in these colleges -
College of Engineering, Trivandrum
TKM College of Engineering, Kollam
Government Model Engineering College, Thrikkakara
Government Engineering College, Thrissur
Mar Athanasius College of Engineering, Kothamangalam
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Hello There ,
According to your rank and category , you can try for some iiit's like pune , bhagalpur , una , surat , kalyani etc which have a lower cutoff , otherwise you can try for your home state nit also , as the cutoff is generally lower , same is the case with north eastern nit's , the cutoff is generally lesser . Some good colleges like bit mesra and pec chandigarh also participate in josaa , so you can get a decent branch like production etc , in them .
Do apply for your home state counselling also as you can get some good state government engineering colleges in your state . Hence do apply for the csab round and state government counselling and you might get a good college .
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