Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) has released the Kerala Management Aptitude Test (KMAT) Admit Card on February 04, 2019. Students who have successfully submitted their application form can download the KMAT hall ticket from kmatkerala.in. Candidates can access it using application number and password as received during the registration process. The first session for KMAT Kerala is scheduled to take place on February 17, 2019.
Earlier, the exam conducting body notified that the hall tickets would be issued from February 06, 2019. But the KMAT Kerala 2019 Admit Card has been released early exactly four days after the completion of registration process. Candidates must access the hall ticket for the exam day as soon as possible to avoid last minute hassle.
On the exam day, it is important to carry two copies of KMAT Kerala 2019 admit card, identity proof, and a black/blue ball-point pen. Apart from these items, candidates will not be allowed to carry any kind of stationery material, eatables or electronic items. Even the Erasers, Pencil, ruler, sharpener etc are included in the debarred items. For the rough work, candidates must use the margins of the question paper.
Candidates must put a signature on Hall ticket and attendance sheet as per the instructions by an invigilator.
In the exam, candidates will find 180 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) which need to be completed in 150 minutes. The paper will be divided into four sections naming English Language & Reading Comprehension, Data Sufficiency & Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, and General Knowledge & Contemporary Business Scenario. There will be 50, 40, 50, and 40 questions respectively. In the test, there is a negative marking of 1 mark for each incorrect answer.
Since KMAT Kerala is a pen and paper-based examination, candidates must fill the OMR sheet properly and carefully. First of all, make sure to fill all the details correctly on it and do not put any stray marks on the sheet. Second, fill the answers in the appropriate spaces with a ball-point pen only. Also, do not try to erase the answers once filled or do not mark multiple answers for a question. At last, submit the OMR sheet to the invigilator. Candidates can also request for the copy of a filled in OMR sheet.
Once the examination is over, candidates will able to download the KMAT Kerala Answer Key from the official website in the third week of February 2019. The key will be available in the PDF format and will be a preliminary answer key. In case, there are any objections, candidates can file the same. The final answer key will publish later on the website.
All the best for KMAT Kerala 2019 Examination!