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MAT Examination Overview: Complete Information

May 20, 2015 15:10 IST

    Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is conducted by AIMA (All India Management Association) four times in a year.  MAT is one of the oldest MBA Entrance Examinations conducted in India. MAT is one entrance examination for MBA Admissions which has large number of relatively easy questions. This fact makes MAT Exam an easier and thus high scoring one. Trick in MAT Exam is solving lot of questions in less time.

    As MAT Exam is conducted four times in a year, it gives four opportunities to a student. One can sit for all these four exams for admission in single academic session and then use the best score for admission purpose.

    MAT Examination Pattern:

    No. of Sections: 05

    Name of the Sections:

    • Mathematical Skills
    • Intelligence & Critical Reasoning
    • Language Comprehension
    • Data Analysis and Sufficiency
    • Indian and Global Environment

    No. of Questions in each section: 40

    Total no. of Questions asked in MAT Examination: 200

    MAT Examination Pattern:

    MAT Exam consists of objective type questions. It is conducted both on computer and on paper. Total time provided to solve 200 questions in MAT Exam is 2 hours 30 minutes.

    Marking Scheme of MAT Examination:

    Questions in the MAT Examination are usually of one mark each. And for every wrong response, there is a penalty of 0.25 marks.

    Top Colleges accepting MAT Score:

    MAT Exam is conducted by AIMA and many colleges in India accept MAT Score.

    Click here to see the list of Top Colleges accepting MAT Score

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