All Indian Management Institute has announced to release Management Aptitude Test (MAT) Result on 02 March, 5 PM onwards. On March 01, 2019, AIMA has finally issued the notification regarding MAT 2019 Result Date. Candidates who have appeared for the Paper-Based Test (PBT) and Computer Based Test (CBT) will able to download MAT result at aima.in. Students need registration number and roll number to know their scores and percentile.
The exam conducting body will release a separate link to check the MAT 2019 result. Moreover, it will issue the result online only and there is no provision to get the scorecard via post or email. Once the result is available, candidates must download the copy of the scorecard. The MAT February Result is valid for admission to the academic year 2019-21. The validity of the MAT scorecard is 12 months.
On the basis of MAT 2019 Percentile or scores, candidates can participate in the selection process of MAT accepting b-schools. There are 279 colleges that are listed in the MAT February Information bulletin. Before applying to any of the institutes, candidates must check their official website to know the complete admission process.
As the February session has been over, AIMA will start the next session of MAT 2019. The registration for the May session is expected to start in the first week of March 2019. Candidates can appear for this session if they want to improve their scores. The examination will conduct in the second or third week of May 2019. The score of this session will also be applicable for the academic year 2019-21.
In this session, the difficulty of the exam was moderate to difficult. The exam had 200 questions of 4 marks each. MAT also has a negative marking of 1 mark for each incorrect answer. The logical reasoning section had the most number of questions based on puzzles. Moreover, the questions of analytical reasoning were simpler as compared to the Critical Reasoning section.
The data interpretation section was also moderate with 6 sets of 5 marks each. The rest 10 questions were from Data Sufficiency and Comparison. In the language comprehension, questions were based on one-word substitution, F.I.B, idioms, and phrases, fill in the blanks, antonyms & synonyms etc. The length of the passages was 450-500 words. The quantitative ability section had a major number of questions from Simple Equations, Ratio, Proportion, and Variation.
AIMA conducts MAT four times a year. Candidates can apply for any of the session for admission to management programme. It is a national level exam that takes place in offline and online mode in multiple cities in India. The registration opens approximately two months before the exam date and result releases in the last week of the month in which the exam took place.
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