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MAT - Management Aptitude Test 2017

Conducted by: All India Management Association (AIMA)

MAT 2017 Overview

ExamType Format Language
National Level Online/CBT, Offline/PBT English

MAT or Management Aptitude Test is a national level entrance examination for admission to management courses across several colleges in India. MAT is conducted four times in a year, in the months of February, May, September and December. MAT exam is conducted by All India Management Association (AIMA) which is an apex body of management which has been organising a lot of management related activities and initiatives such as Distance Management Education, Management Development Programmes, Special Conferences, Research & Publications, Testing Services and Competitions. Centre for Management Services (CMS) is the special division of AIMA that undertakes testing and other management services. It conducts the Management Aptitude Test (MAT) that has been approved by the Ministry of HRD as a National Entrance Test. Candidates now can choose to take either the Paper Based Test or the Computer Based Test.

MAT 2017 will be an objective type of test which will test the candidate’s capability in 5 areas i.e. data analysis, language, critical reasoning, mathematics and Indian current affairs. MAT exam will be conducted in both the mode i.e. offline and online on 3rd and 9th September, 2017 respectively. The result of MAT September 2017 is expected to be announced in the last week of September.

Exam Name

Management Aptitude Test

Commonly known as

MAT

Conducting by

All India Management Association

Purpose

Admission to MBA/PGDM Programmes

Level of Exam

National

Periodicity

4 times in a year (February, May, September and December)

Mode of Exam

Offline and Online

Score/ Percentile accepted by institutes

Over 600 business schools across India

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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MAT 2017 Eligibility Criteria

According to AIMA norms, MAT eligibility criteria are as follows:

  • The minimum qualification taking MAT is graduation in any discipline from any recognised University or equivalent recognised degree.
  • A final year student in any undergraduate (i.e. B.A, B.Sc., B.Com., B.Tech., etc.) can also appear provisionally.
  • There is no age limit for taking MAT
  • Work Experience is not compulsory
  • Usually, there is a minimum percentage requirement in graduation, which is different for different institutions.

For detailed information on MAT 2017 May Eligibility Criteria, read more


MAT 2017 Application Details

MAT 2017 registration process has started from July 1. Aspiring and eligible candidates can apply in both the modes i.e. online and offline. Applicants who want to apply offline can get application form of MAT 2017 from designated study centres or head office of AIMA. To register online, the candidates will have to fill their personal, education, work experience and other details in the MAT application form. The last date to fill MAT registration form offline and online is August 23 and 25, 2017 respectively.

For detailed information on MAT 2017 Application Form, read more

For detailed information on MAT 2017 Admit Card, read more


Application fees detail

If a candidate is applying online then he/she has to pay the MAT 2017 registration fee through Credit Card/Debit Card (ATM Card) / Net Banking. If a candidate wants to register offline then the payment will be done through Demand Draft. In the case of Offline Registration, candidates will have to collect the MAT bulletin and CD from the AIMA centre based in New Delhi. The fee is payable via Net Banking, Debit card, Credit card or using a Demand Draft.

Mode of Registration

Registration Fee

Offline

1400 INR

Online

1400 INR

 

 



Exam Pattern

MAT Exam Pattern

MAT 2017 Counselling/Interview

MAT September 2017 result will be declared by AIMA by the last week of September. Candidates can check the result on the official website of AIMA. Candidates will have to login to their student account for checking their result. MAT results will be published in the form of section wise score card. Marking for all the sections of MAT Exam 2017 will be given on that score card separately.

On the basis of MAT 2017 result, all the MAT participating colleges will determine and declare their individual MAT 2017 cutoff marks. Candidates who will get the minimum cutoff score will be called for the further admission rounds. Cutoffs are the minimum qualifying marks required for getting admission into MBA colleges accepting the MAT score. It will differ from college to college and also for categories of students. Candidates will be shortlisted for GD/PI rounds on the basis of their score secured in this MAT exam and clearing the cutoff scores.

Personal Interview will be the significant part of the MAT admission procedure and should be taken seriously. Candidates will be assessed on the basis of their thinking process, future goals, interpersonal skills etc.

MAT Counselling and selection procedure will differ from college to college. Colleges accepting MAT scores will declare the cutoff and will conduct the MAT selection procedure. It will include the personal interview, group discussion and writing ability test. Some of the colleges accepting MAT scores may conduct all the three rounds and some others may not. Most of the institutes give importance to WAT as they think, it is an easy way to judge the writing skills of the candidate.

The final admission list of the colleges will be declared on the basis of candidate’s performance in the entire MAT 2017 selection procedure.

 

For detailed information on MAT 2017 Results, read more


MAT Cut-off Top Management Colleges

MAT September 2017 result will be declared by AIMA by the last week of September. Candidates can check the result on the official website of AIMA. Candidates will have to login to their student account for checking their result. MAT results will be published in the form of section wise score card. Marking for all the sections of MAT Exam 2017 will be given on that score card separately.

On the basis of MAT 2017 result, all the MAT participating colleges will determine and declare their individual MAT 2017 cutoff marks. Candidates who will get the minimum cutoff score will be called for the further admission rounds. Cutoffs are the minimum qualifying marks required for getting admission into MBA colleges accepting the MAT score. It will differ from college to college and also for categories of students. Candidates will be shortlisted for GD/PI rounds on the basis of their score secured in this MAT exam and clearing the cutoff scores.

Personal Interview will be the significant part of the MAT admission procedure and should be taken seriously. Candidates will be assessed on the basis of their thinking process, future goals, interpersonal skills etc.

MAT Counselling and selection procedure will differ from college to college. Colleges accepting MAT scores will declare the cutoff and will conduct the MAT selection procedure. It will include the personal interview, group discussion and writing ability test. Some of the colleges accepting MAT scores may conduct all the three rounds and some others may not. Most of the institutes give importance to WAT as they think, it is an easy way to judge the writing skills of the candidate.

The final admission list of the colleges will be declared on the basis of candidate’s performance in the entire MAT 2017 selection procedure.

 

For detailed information on MAT 2017 Results, read more


MAT 2017 Exam Syllabus

Knowing the MAT 2017 Syllabus will help you to strategize your preparations. It will help all the MAT aspirants to achieve their goal. In MAT exam, there will be a total of 200 questions distributed in five sections and duration to complete the whole exam will be 150 minutes.

MAT Syllabus 2017 – Language Comprehension

This is very high scoring sections for the candidates who are good at English. Language comprehension consists of Grammar, Unseen passage, Spotting Errors, English Vocabulary, etc.

  • Contextual usage                                                            
  • Different usage of the same word
  • Antonyms
  • Sentence completion
  • Foreign language words used in English
  • One word substitution
  • Fill In the Blanks
  • Analogies
  • Syllogisms
  • Jumbled paragraphs
  • Sentence correction
  • Idioms

 

MAT Syllabus 2017 – Mathematical Skill

This is often one of the toughest and time-consuming sections. Numerical skills consist of Percentage, Height & Distance, Number System, Time & Work, Profit/Loss, etc.

  • In-equations Quadratic and linear equations
  • Profit and Loss
  • Ratios and proportions
  • Percentages
  • Algebra
  • Geometry
  • Averages
  • Geo Partnership (Accounts)
  • metric Progression
  • Time-Speed-Distance
  • Number System
  • Work and Time
  • HCF & LCM
  • Vectors

MAT Syllabus 2017 – Data Analysis and Sufficiency

This section is mainly based on text, on tables and graphs. Data Analysis & Sufficiency consists of Line Charts, Puzzles, Series, Bar Charts, Table Charts, Pie Charts, etc.

Bar Graphs

Column Graphs

Venn Diagram etc.

Graphs

Line Charts

Pie Chart

 

MAT Syllabus 2017 – General Intelligence and Critical Reasoning

Intelligence & Logical Reasoning consists of Sitting Arrangements, Problems on Clock, Verbal Reasoning, Non-Verbal Reasoning, etc. Following are the topics which are covered in this section:

  • Sequencing
  • Visual reasoning
  • Critical Reasoning
  • Assumption-Premise-Conclusion
  • Identifying valid interferences
  • Statements and Assumptions
  • Coding and Decoding
  • Linear arrangements
  • Assertion and reasons
  • Identifying reasons
  • Matrix arrangements
  • Family tree
  • Cause and effect

MAT Syllabus 2017 – Indian and Global Environment respectively

Indian & Global Environment consists of General Knowledge, Current Events, etc. Candidates can attempt number of questions in lesser time and so there are chances to score higher in this section

  • Quotations from important personalities
  • Geography
  • Current Affairs
  • History
  • Company punch lines
  • Major events in corporate
  • Books and Authors
  • Science
  • Business
  • Top officials of big companies
  • Awards
  • Sports
  • Entertainment
  • Politics etc.

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MAT 2017 Exam Centers

State/ UT Name

Test City Code

Test  City  Name

Test Mode

Andhra Pradesh

504

Vijayawada

Only Paper Based Test

502

Visakhapatnam

Only Paper Based Test

Assam

701

Guwahati

Only Paper Based Test

703

Jorhat

Only Paper Based Test

704

Dibrugarh

Only Paper Based Test

Bihar

801

Patna

Only Paper Based Test

Chandigarh

101

Chandigarh

Paper Based or Computer Based Test

Chhattisgarh

401

Bhilai

Only Paper Based Test

403

Raipur

Only Paper Based Test

Delhi

102

Delhi (NCR)

Paper Based or Computer Based Test

Gujarat

301

Ahmedabad

Paper Based or Computer Based Test

Haryana

108

Ambala

Only Paper Based Test

106

Gurgaon

Only Paper Based Test

Himachal Pradesh

171

Shimla

Only Paper Based Test

Jammu & Kashmir

113

Jammu

Only Paper Based Test

114

Srinagar

Only Paper Based Test

Jharkhand

802

Jamshedpur

Only Paper Based Test

803

Ranchi

Only Paper Based Test

Karnataka

503

Bengaluru

Paper Based or Computer Based Test

505

Mangalore

Only Paper Based Test

Kerala

602

Ernakulam

Paper Based or Computer Based Test

603

Kottayam

Only Paper Based Test

601

Kozhikode

Only Paper Based Test

604

Thiruvananthapuram

Only Paper Based Test

Madhya Pradesh

404

Bhopal

Paper Based or Computer Based Test

406

Indore

Only Paper Based Test

Maharashtra

408

Mumbai

Paper Based or Computer Based Test

409

Nagpur

Only Paper Based Test

410

Pune

Only Paper Based Test

Manipur

799

Imphal

Only Paper Based Test

Orissa

706

Bhubaneswar

Only Paper Based Test

708

Rourkela

Only Paper Based Test

Punjab

115

Ludhiana

Only Paper Based Test

Rajasthan

306

Jaipur

Paper Based or Computer Based Test

Tamil Nadu

606

Chennai

Paper Based or Computer Based Test

607

Coimbatore

Only Paper Based Test

608

Madurai

Only Paper Based Test

609

Trichy

Only Paper Based Test

Telengana

501

Hyderabad

Paper Based or Computer Based Test

Uttar Pradesh

201

Agra

Only Paper Based Test

203

Allahabad

Only Paper Based Test

204

Bareilly

Only Paper Based Test

205

Ghaziabad

Only Paper Based Test

206

Kanpur

Only Paper Based Test

207

Lucknow

Paper Based or Computer Based Test

208

Meerut

Only Paper Based Test

210

Varanasi

Only Paper Based Test

Uttarakhand

211

Dehradun

Only Paper Based Test

212

Haridwar

Only Paper Based Test

West Bengal

712

Durgapur

Only Paper Based Test

711

Kolkata

Paper Based or Computer Based Test

 


MAT 2017 Contact Details

All India Management Institute
24-25, 4th Floor,
Andhra Association Building,
Lodhi Road, Institutional Area,
New Delhi - 110003

Phone : 011-47673037/ 47673026/ 24638896
Email: mat@aima.in

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