The second Phase of MAT entrance exam is going to be conducted tomorrow i.e. 15th December. The December MAT exam is a another major event among all the MBA entrance exams and the candidates appearing for either of the PBT mode or the CBT mode must take a look at few points which will help your prep better for the D-day. Whether it is the paper based mode or computer based mode, both comes with its own set of challenges, therefore, candidates are advised to remain calm and composed before entering the examination hall. Needless to say that an anxious approach to the exam can cause you unnecessary worry that will further hamper your concentration levels.
In this article, you will find a few tips that will help you avoid last minute anxiety and jitters. Read on to stay at ease in the exam hall. Here are 5 key suggestions for you that will help you crack the MAT exam with high percentile:
Many examinees get nervous and panic before the exam. To avoid stress on the day of exam, wake up on time, and ensure that you have everything prepared for the exam. Have a healthy breakfast to keep you relaxed and alert throughout the day. Take a deep breath and be confident before entering the examination hall.
Try to reach on reporting time that is 9 am at the venue of test. It will reduce half of your tension, as you will be relaxed in the examination hall. Rushing to the exam hall at the last hour cause anxiety and often it is observed that it becomes quite fatiguing to attempt the exam with the lost calm and composure.
As there will be five sections in MAT exam paper, precisely divide two and half hour into minutes to be required to solve each section. You can allot more time to the section in which you are not perfect and less to the section you are confident about solving correct answers. While attempting the paper, keep an eye on the ticker running constantly to keep trackof the time in-hand.
Attempt question paper in the decreasing order of your forte of the sections in the MAT exam paper, It means, start with the section you can easily crack and then attempt the next section that you can solve with less difficulty as it will boost your morale. While attempting the questions, don’t waste time on the single question that is taking too long to be solved. Leave that question and move on to the next question.
Don’t mark doubtful responses as there are negative marking of one fourth (1/4) marks in the exam. Each wrong answer will deduct one fourth or marks from your total score. So, make sure that the answer is correct while marking the responses on OMR sheet. Best of Luck for the upcoming MAT Exam!
In case you forgot to download the Admit Card for the exam, then do not worry. Click on the link provided below and download the Admit card for the MAT exam. Also keep a hard copy of the Admit card to show at the test center.
December MAT exam will be conducted in various test centers across India, after all it is considered as a gateway to MBA/PGDM programme offered by 164 participating management institutes in India. Another well-known fact about the exam is that it is conducted by All India Management association (AIMA) to grant admission to Post graduate programme in various Management colleges and Universities.
MAT is generally conducted 4 times in a year in January, May, September, and December. The objective type test with multiple choice answers will test the aptitude of test takers in the duration of 180 minutes. The test comprises of five sections (Language Comprehension, Mathematical skills, Data Interpretation, Intelligence and critical reasoning and Indian and Global Environment) with 40 questions each. There is a provision of negative marking and one fourth marks get deducted for each incorrect answer.
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