AIMA has released the MAT 2018 December Result on the official website. Candidates can access the result for paper-based and the computer-based test. The result is available on the scheduled date on December 24, 2018, at 03:00 PM. Candidates who have appeared for December exam can download the result at aima.in, using the registration number and roll number.
The MAT 2018 Result contains the sectional and overall score in the exam. Also, the percentile in the exam is available. According to exam pattern, there is one mark for each question in the exam. But in the final result, an actual raw score of a candidate gets multiplied by four. So, the overall score written in the exam will be out of 800 instead of 200.
The composite score is usually between 199 to 801. Scores below 200 and above 800 are rarely seen. Importantly, while calculating the composite scores, the performance in Indian & Global Environment is not taken into consideration.
In case, a candidate is not able to access result online, then they can use the SMS service provided by AIMA. Just write “MATA” followed by Application Number and Date of Birth. Send the same to 54242. An example of it is “MATS 200691 030885 to 54242“.
Candidates can use the MAT 2018 exam result to take admission to PGDM/MBA programmes in the academic year 2019-21. Candidates can submit the exam score to participate in the selection process of AIMA MAT affiliated colleges. The score of the exam is valid up to 12 months only. The scores are accepted at the institutes mentioned at the December information bulletin. Sometimes MAT score is not acceptable by institutes even though they are affiliated by AIMA. So, in such cases, candidates must check institutes respective websites in order to check the complete admission process.
In case, candidates are not satisfied with their performance in the December session, then they can apply for MAT 2019. The registration for February session has been started and will continue until the first week of February 2019. The exam dates for the paper-based and computer-based test are different and are likely to change. If the last sessions trends continue then it is possible that PBT will take place in two phases.
Following that May and September session will also take place. Candidates can apply for February or May session to increase their prospect for admission to the next academic year. There 600+ institutes which accept MAT score. The exam is highly reliable and tests candidates’ analyzing skills that are required for management studies.
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