All Indian Management Association has rescheduled the MAT 2018 September exam for Thiruvananthapuram and Cochin center. In the light of Kerala flood, the pen and paper-based test to be held on September 02, 2018, has been postponed to take place on September 15, 2018.
Only the exam dates of these two centers have been changed. For the rest of the centers, the exam will take place as usual. So, candidates who have registered until August 27, will have the PBT Phase 1 examination on September 02. So, now, for Thiruvananthapuram and Cochin center, PBT Phase 2, and CBT will conduct on Sep 15, 2018.
Candidates who had the exam at Thiruvananthapuram and Cochin center must now download the fresh admit card. It is available from August 30, 2018. Only the new admit card will be valid on the exam day. For the candidates appearing for the exam on coming Sunday also download the admit card as soon as possible. In case you find any error, contact the MAT authorities immediately.
After viewing the frequent changes in the MAT examination 2018, it is creating lots of confusion among candidates. If you have doubts please ask in comments below or visit the official website regularly to get the latest updates.
The MAT September 2018 is the first session for MBA admission in the academic year 2019-21. It is expected the session will be over after the result to be announced in the fourth week of September 2018. Candidates can use this score to take admission in the 600+ colleges accepting AIMA MAT Scores.
If you are not satisfied with the performance of this session then you can apply for the upcoming session. The registration for MAT December 2018 will start from October 01, 2018. The session will end by the fourth week of December and then the February & March 2019 session will conduct in the same pattern.
As a piece of advice, you must keep preparing for the exam. Do not keep anything for the last days. As the exam dates changing, keep all the preparation ready. Along with that, be up to date with other MBA examination like CAT, XAT, IIFT etc. Mark the important dates like the last date for registration, application form correction, exam dates and more.