MAT Exam

MAT 2017 September Exam

Last Date to Apply

For filling up online form: 23 August 2017

Submission of duly completed printout of Application Form: 25 August 2017

About MAT 2017

MAT 2017 or MAT Exam is conducted by AIMA for admission in MBA Colleges in India. It is one of the MBA Entrance Exam which is conducted four times in a year. The candidate can appear minimum once and maximum four times in MAT Exam for admission in the MBA colleges in India accepting MAT Score. This page provides the complete information on MAT 2017 Exam. Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is the government approved National Level Entrance Test for the admissions in MBA Courses and allied Programs across the B-Schools in India.

Latest Updates: The Result for the September MAT Exam has been declared and the link for downloading the admit card is given below.

MAT September 2017 Result - Available

MAT 2017 September Exam Dates

 

Events

Dates

MAT September Registration Starts

First week of July 2017

MAT September Last date for filling up online form

23 August 2017

Last date for submission of duly completed printout of Application Form 25 August 2017

MAT 2017 Admit Card - Available

26 August 2017

MAT 2017 Exam Date (Pen and Paper Based)

3 September 2017

MAT 2017 Exam Date (Computer Based Test)

9 September 2017

MAT September Result 2017 - Declared!

21 September 2017

  • If the number of candidates registered for Computer Based Test is few in a particular centre, these candidates have to appear for the Paper-Based Test on 3 September 2017.
  • If the number of candidates registered for Computer Based Test is limited and it can be accommodated in a single day; the test will be completed on 9 September 2017, itself.

About MAT Exam

MAT is conducted since 1988 by All India Management Aptitude Testing Service (AIMATS). MAT Score is accepted by many B-School at National as well as International level. MAT score is valid for one year for that particular session for admission in most Management Institutions. It is conducted four times in a year i.e. February, May, September, and December. 

  • The candidate can choose any one of the two options to take the test: Paper Based Test or Computer Based Test. The Paper Based Test is being conducted on the first Sunday of the May, September, and December and February from 10:00-12:30 hours. Whereas the Computer Based Test is conducted from Saturday onwards (6 days after the Paper Based Test date) in different Time slots.

At present, this page gives information about MAT to be conducted in September 2017. 

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MAT 2017 Eligibility criteria

Age: There is no Age bar for appearing in MAT Exam.

Academic Eligibility

  • Graduates in any discipline from any recognised university.
  • Final year students of Graduate Courses can also apply.
  • There is a minimum percentage requirement in Graduation. However, it varies for different MIs/University. Candidates are advised to refer to the prospectus of the particular MIs/University.
  • There is no limitations on the number of attempts of the MAT Exam.

MAT 2017 Application form and Admit Card

MAT September Application process has from 3 March 2017; the candidates can Apply for MAT 2017 in one of the following ways;

  • Register Online and pay the application fee through Net Banking, Credit Card/Debit Card (ATM Card) or DD
  • Obtain OMR Registration Form with MAT Bulletin/CD against cash payment of Rs Rs.1652/-(Inclusive of GST) from AIMA, New Delhi.

Application fees for the MAT 2017 Examination are Rs Rs.1652 (Inclusive of GST)

Filling up of the MAT Application Form 2017: Registrations for MAT 2017 will be done in the four steps i.e.

STEP 1: Filling up of Application form: 

STEP 2: Uploading documents

STEP 3: Making Payment

STEP 4: Final Application Print

MAT Application Fee: Rs. Rs.1652/-(Inclusive of GST)

MAT Registration Form - Apply Here

MAT September Admit Card 2017


All registered candidates both for Paper Based and Computer Based Test can download and print their admit cards on or after 29 April 2017 (2 pm onwards).The admit card for written test will NOT be sent by post or email to any candidate individually. Candidates have to take a print of their admit cards by following the link given above.

Admit Card contains Candidate’s Name, Form No, Roll No, Test Date, Test Time and Test Venue Address. The Candidate has to strictly follow the date and time allotted to him/her in the case of Computer Based Test.

Download MAT Admit Card

MAT 2017 Result and Counselling

Registered candidates can check their result of MAT September examination by following the link below. MAT Result through SMS: The candidates can also check their MAT Result through SMS. To get the result, SMS MATS FORM NO DOB (dd mm yy) to 54242 Eg: MATS 200391 030985 to 54242 It applies to All Phone Operators

MAT Result 2017

MAT Score Card 2017


The Score Card is put on the AIMA website during last week of the month of the test. The Candidate can download his/her score card with his six digits Registration Form Number and nine digits Roll No. from AIMA website.

Duplicate MAT Scorecard 2017


To obtain a duplicate MAT Score Card, the candidate has to write the application requesting for a duplicate score card and send it to the following address:

Manager-CMS
All India Management Association
Management House
14, Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 003

Make sure to add a photocopy of the lower half of the Admit Card (which was handed over at the test centre duly signed by the invigilator) and a Self addressed envelope having: 

  • Size 24cms x 12cms (approx)
  • Candidate’s address written in capitals
  • Postage stamp of Rs 40 affixed for sending by Speed Post.

MAT 2017 Exam pattern

MAT is an objective type test which is designed and developed to test the aptitude of the candidates. Therefore MAT is designed to identify the potential of the candidates who wish to pursue Masters in business.A Candidate is allowed to take MAT in only one mode i.e. either Paper Based Test or Computer Based Test for this current administration of MAT.

MAT has five sections, each section having 40 questions. The total 200 questions are to be attempted in 150 minutes (2.5 hours). The test structure is given below:

 

Section

Section Name

No. of Questions

Time(suggested)

(I)

Language Comprehension

40

30 min

(II)

Mathematical skill

40

40 min

(III)

Data Analysis and Sufficiency

40

35 min 

(IV)

Intelligence and Critical reasoning

40

30 min 

(V)

Indian and Global Environment

40

15 min 

Total

200

150 min

MAT Marking Scheme

  • Negative Marking¼ marks will be deducted on answering wrong answers.
  • 1 mark will be given for every correct answer.

MAT Syllabus

MAT Exam will be based on the syllabus of Class 10, Class 12 and,10+3 standards students. MAT Exam will have questions as given in the MAT exam pattern and students can practice test papers and sample papers to crack the MAT 2017.

MAT Exam Sample Test Paper

MAT 2017 Important details

  • Candidates must report 45 minutes before to the test commences.
  • Candidates have to carry admit card along with the ball point, eraser and a sharpener.
  • Candidates are advised not to fold or spoil the answer sheets or roll number in any case.

MAT Test Centers for September 2017


MAT September Exam will be conducted in the 36 cities across the country. Candidates have to choose the right city code at the time of the application submission.

State : Test Center

Center Code

Option

Andhra Pradesh : Vijayawada

504

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Andhra Pradesh : Visakhapatnam

502

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Assam : Guwahati

701

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Assam : Jorhat

703

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Bihar : Bhagalpur

850

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Bihar : Patna

801

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Chandigarh : Chandigarh

101

Offline(Paper Based Test) or Online(Computer Based Test)

Chhattisgarh : Raipur

403

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Delhi : Delhi (Ncr)

102

Offline(Paper Based Test) or Online(Computer Based Test)

Gujarat : Ahmedabad

301

Offline(Paper Based Test) or Online(Computer Based Test)

Haryana : Ambala

108

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Himachal Pradesh : Shimla

171

Offline(Paper Based Test)

JAMMU And KASHMIR : JAMMU

113

Offline(Paper Based Test)

JAMMU And KASHMIR : SRINAGAR

114

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Jharkhand : Jamshedpur

802

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Jharkhand : Ranchi

803

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Karnataka : Belagavi

506

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Karnataka : Bengaluru

503

Offline(Paper Based Test) or Online(Computer Based Test)

Karnataka : Mangalore

505

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Kerala : Kochi

602

Offline(Paper Based Test) or Online(Computer Based Test)

Kerala : Kottayam

603

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Kerala : Kozhikode

601

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Kerala : Thiruvananthapuram

604

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Madhya Pradesh : Bhopal

404

Offline(Paper Based Test) or Online(Computer Based Test)

Madhya Pradesh : Gwalior

405

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Madhya Pradesh : Indore

406

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Madhya Pradesh : Jabalpur

407

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Maharashtra : Mumbai

408

Offline(Paper Based Test) or Online(Computer Based Test)

Maharashtra : Nagpur

409

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Maharashtra : Pune

410

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Manipur : Imphal

799

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Mizoram : Aizwal

797

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Orissa : Bhubaneswar

706

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Orissa : Rourkela

708

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Orissa : Sambalpur

754

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Punjab : Ludhiana

115

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Rajasthan : Jaipur

306

Offline(Paper Based Test) or Online(Computer Based Test)

Rajasthan : Udaipur

309

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Tamil Nadu : Chennai

606

Offline(Paper Based Test) or Online(Computer Based Test)

Tamil Nadu : Coimbatore

607

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Tamil Nadu : Madurai

608

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Telengana : Hyderabad

501

Offline(Paper Based Test) or Online(Computer Based Test)

Tripura : Suryamani Nagar

709

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Uttar Pradesh : Agra

201

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Uttar Pradesh : Allahabad

203

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Uttar Pradesh : Bareilly

204

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Uttar Pradesh : Ghaziabad

205

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Uttar Pradesh : Kanpur

206

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Uttar Pradesh : Lucknow

207

Offline(Paper Based Test) or Online(Computer Based Test)

Uttar Pradesh : Meerut

208

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Uttar Pradesh : Varanasi

210

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Uttarakhand : Dehradun

211

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Uttarakhand : Haldwani

250

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Uttarakhand : Haridwar

212

Offline(Paper Based Test)

Uttarakhand : Srinagar (Garhwal)

252

Offline(Paper Based Test)

West Bengal : Durgapur

712

Offline(Paper Based Test)

West Bengal : Kolkata

711

Offline(Paper Based Test) or Online(Computer Based Test)

West Bengal : Siliguri

710

Offline(Paper Based Test)

MAT 2017 Contact

Manager - MAT All India Management Association Management House,
14, Institutional Area, Lodhi Road,
New Delhi - 110003

Email:mat@aima.in

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