All India Management Association (AIMA) has released the MAT 2019 Admit Card (May Session) for the PBT exam. Candidates who have registered after 26 April can now download the admit card at aima.in. Earlier, AIMA releases the hall ticket for the students who have registered for PBT until 26 April. Students who are applying for the CBT exam will able to download the admit card on 13 May.
The MAT Admit Card 2019 for either PBT or CBT can be downloaded from mat.aima.in. In there click on admit card link flashing on the top of the website. In the new window, enter any two of the fields among registration number, date of birth, and email id. Candidates who have applied for both the modes must download the admit card separately for each session.
After downloading the admit card, check if all the details written on it carefully. In case of any errors, communicate the issue to AIMA authorities at firstname.lastname@example.org and 011-47673000. For the May session, the PBT is scheduled to be held on 05 May (10:00 AM to 12:30 PM) in 61 cities all over India. Whereas, the exam date for CBT exam will take place on 18 May conducting in 31 cities in multiple slots in a day.
On the exam day, candidates will have to carry a copy of duly completed MAT 2019 Admit Card. Along with it, carry a valid photo identity proof, passport size photographs, and stationery items. Candidates who are appearing for pen and paper-based test need to carry blue / black ballpoint pen to mark answers on the response sheet.
Once seated inside the test hall, each candidate will get a question paper and answer sheet. In there, first, write all the necessary details and sign the attendance sheet whenever required. While marking the answer in the response sheet, do not smudge the sheet, mark only one response for each question, and do not tear or mutilate the sheet. For the rough work, use the question paper only. At the end of the exam, submit the question paper and response sheet to the test administrator.
As only a few days have been left for the exam, students must practice the previous year question papers or sample papers. Solve the questions as per the exam pattern. The test will consist of 5 sections naming critical reasoning, data analysis, mathematical skills, language comprehension, and India & global environment with 40 questions each. There is negative marking of ¼ marks for each incorrect answer. The result for MAT 2019 May session shall release on or after 24 May.
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