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MAT Exam Result: Aspirants can download Scorecard @ aima.ac.in

Sep 6, 2018 11:24 IST
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    MAT 2018 Exam Result: AIMA will release September MAT Exam result in the first week of October 2018. Candidates appearing for September MAT 2018 exam can check the scorecard on the official website of AIMA MAT i.e. https://mat.aima.in/sep18/. Candidates can access their MAT 2018 result by entering their login credentials and password. Currently the registration window of both MAT PBT and CBT more is open; interested applicants can register for September MAT exam. Candidates appearing for MAT 2018 exam will receive their MAT result 2018 in a hard copy through post. Paper Based Test (PBT) MAT Exam will be conducted on Sept 02 (Sunday) and Computer Based Test (CBT) MAT Exam will be held on Sept 15 (Saturday).

    How to download September MAT Scorecard

    Candidates can follow the below mentioned steps to download the scorecard:

    1. Visit the official website
    2. Click the ‘Result’ link on the homepage
    3. Enter Roll Number, Form Number and month of exam, i.e. MAT 2018 September
    4. View the scorecard and take a printout of the same

    The scorecards will be sent to the candidates by normal post. In case of non-receipt a request for duplicate score card can be made after the results are declared.

     

    September MAT Exam Result on SMS

    Candidates can also choose to retrieve the result of MAT Exam via SMS.

    In the Quick Link section, choose ‘Result on SMS’ option and send an SMS as: MATS FORMNO DOB(ddmmyy) to 54242. Candidate will receive an SMS on their registered mobile number. The SMS service and number is applicable for all the Phone Operators.

    How to receive September MAT Scorecard

    It is very easy to retrieve the MAT scorecard for the future reference. Here are the steps that the MAT exam takers can follow to download the Scorecard. Candidate can download his/her score card with his 6 digits Registration Form Number and 9 digits Roll NO from AIMA website. AIMA will also send a copy of the scorecards to the candidates by normal post during the last week of September/October. In case of non-receipt a request for duplicate score card can be made after October 15, 2018. Candidates shall remain informed that Validity of the MAT score is for that particular session for most MI’s is one year.

    Duplicate Scorecard

    Duplicate scorecards requested up to 45 days of declaration of result will be free of cost. Duplicate scorecard can be obtained by sending the following documents to AIMA. Exam takers can provide an application on plain paper requesting for a duplicate Score Card.

    Photocopy of the lower half of the Admit Card, which was handed over at the test centre duly signed by the invigilator Or Some Govt ID proof.

    Self-addressed envelope having:

    a) Size 24 cms x 12 cms (approx)

    b) Candidate's address written in capitals

    c) Postage stamp of Rs. 40/- affixed on it.

    Candidates must send their documents on the address provided below if they wish to receive the duplicate scorecard:

    Manager – CMS

    All India Management Association

    Management House’

    14, Institutional Area

    Lodhi Road

    New Delhi – 110 003

    Important Dates for MAT September 2018 Exam

    Here are the important dates for MAT exam aspirants:

    Event

    Date

    Last date of Online Registration (PBT)

    August 24, 2018

    Last date of Online Registration (CBT)

    September 8, 2018

    Download Admit Card PBT

    August 25, 2018

    Download Admit Card CBT

    September 11, 2018

    Date of Paper-Based Test

    September 2, 2018

    Date of Computer Based Test

    September 15, 2018

    MAT Exam Result

    After September

     For more information about the MAT exam, you can visit the official website of the All India Management Association (AIMA)

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