MAT Exam registrations for the September month are going on. They will continue till 22nd August 2015. With a nice two months in hand, aspirants should use this time judiciously. MAT Examination is conducted by All India Management Association (AIMA) four times for admission in one academic year. Usually MAT Exam is conducted in February, MAY, September and December months. MAT Exam for September 2015 will be conducted in both paper-based and computer-based formats on 6th September and 12th September respectively.
Aspirants should take care of the following points while they prepare for the MAT September 2015 exam.
It is important to know where you can score well and where can you falter when you sit for the MAT Examination. For that, you should analyze your strengths and weaknesses. Best way to find that out is practice with as many mock tests as possible. Do not ignore or defer the weak parts. If you are weak in some chapter or area, do not avoid practicing it and thinking that you would do it before exam. That would not help you. You must focus more on the weaker areas so that you become equally good in them too.
Pick up a bunch of MAT Mock tests and solve them in the designated time following the main exam pattern. This will prepare you for the main examination. It will increase the time management and accuracy. You should be aware of your strengths and weaknesses. It would enable you to direct your time and efforts in a systematic manner. Then you would know where to devote your energy and in which areas you require more practice than the others.
MAT Examination is still two months away. It is a lot of time in order to prepare you for the examination. Make a time table, prepare accordingly. Stick to a particular routine, keeping some time for leisure activities as well to lessen down the stress level.
Before beginning your full-fledged preparation for the MAT Examination, it is important to understand the syllabus in depth. It is one of the biggest MBA Entrance examinations in terms of the number of questions it has, the number of times it is conducted and the number of test takers. MAT Examination has five sections in it. The sections are Mathematical Skills, Language Comprehension, Logical Reasoning, Data Interpretation and Indian & Global Environment. Each section has 40 questions in it and total number of questions in the MAT Exam is 200.
With right tactics, focus and practice, you will succeed to earn a good score in the upcoming MAT Examination.