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MAT September 2016 or the third MAT of the year has been conducted on Sunday, September 4, 2016 in paper pencil based mode. The computer based test will be held on Saturday, September 10. The MAT September 2016 result is expected to be declared by AIMA or All India Management Association in the third or fourth week of September.The exam was conducted across 36 cities in India and 2 international cities, Dubai and Singapore. The scores of MAT September 2016 will be accepted by 173 B-schools across India for their 2017-19 batches.
The exam pattern or structure of MAT September 2016 remained same. The 2.5 hour test consisted of 200 objective type multiple choice questions across 5 sections. The following table brings to you the paper structure.
MAT Exam Pattern
Number of Questions
200, 40 in each section
1 mark per question
Â¼ of the total marks or 0.25 mark
Number of Sections
Number of Options
Language Comprehension, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning, Data Analysis and Sufficiency, Mathematical Skills, Indian and Global Environment
Each question carries 1 mark and there is Â¼ negative marking for each wrong answer. Although the exam consists of 5 sections, the Indian and Global Environment section scores are not added in the total marks.
The next MAT or the fourth and final exam of the year will be held on Sunday, December 4, 2016 in paper pencil based format and on Saturday, December 10, 2016 in computer based mode. The MAT 2016 application process for December session will start from the first week of October, 2016. The important dates for the fourth MAT will be announced after the declaration of the result of MAT September 2016.
Stay tuned to bschool.careers360.com for more news and updates on MAT September 2016.
First published on September 5, 2016.
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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.
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The difference between the MBA Morning and MBA evening is mainly on the fact that the morning one is kind of a full time program whereas the evening one is for those who are working Professionals. The teachers and curriculum is almost the same for both the batches. The other difference can be on the fact that the students in the evening batch are working Professionals having a good knowledge of the corporate world making the class atmosphere different as compared to the morning one. Also, the evening batch completes the mba in three years whereas the morning one completes it in two years.
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