AII India Management Association (AIMA) has released the MAT 2019 Admit Card on the official website. Candidates who have registered for MAT February session can download their hall ticket from aima.in or mat.aima.in. For now, the admit cards are available for the candidates who have registered for the Pen and Paper-based Test (PBT) until February 08, 2019. Students who are applying for the Computer-Based Test (CBT) will get the admit card from February 19, 2019.
Recently, AIMA has also extended the registration date for PBT until February 12, 2019. Candidates who will apply in this period will get the hall ticket later. The exact schedule is not announced yet. Looking at the previous session pattern, candidates registering between 09-12 Feb will most probably get the admit card on 19 Feb. The exam date for MAT changes frequently, thus keep checking the official website for any latest updates.
On the MAT 2019 admit card, candidates must carefully check the exam timings. For PBT, the exam conducts between 10 am to 12:30 pm. The CBT conducts in multiple sessions in a day. Reach the exam centre atleast 90 minutes before the commencement of the test. Candidates must make sure that they have all the important documents during the verification process.
Test takers must have a copy of duly filled MAT 2019 admit card, identity proof, and stationery items. Candidates who will appear for PBT need to carry a blue/ black ballpoint pen, HB pencil etc. Such students have to mark the answers with a pen on the answer booklet. Importantly, do not mark multiple answers for a question as the scanner will not read it correctly. On the attendance sheet write the question and answer booklet number correctly. After the examination, submit the OMR sheet and question paper booklet to the invigilator.
Before leaving the examination hall, the test administrator will also collect the upper-half of the admit card. Candidates have to keep the lower half of the admit card safe until the completion of the admission process. It will act as proof of taking the exam and make sure it contains the invigilator signature.
The MAT 2019 exam carries five sections having 40 questions each. Candidates have to maintain accuracy in the exam to avoid negative marking. Also, in order to score good marks,students will have to show competence in all the sections naming Language Comprehension, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning, Mathematical Skills, Data Analysis and Sufficiency, and Indian and Global Environment.
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