All India Management Association (AIMA) has released the Mangement Aptitude Test (MAT) Admit Card on February 20, 2019. Candidates who have applied for the Computer-Based Test can download MAT 2019 Admit Card at mat.aima.in. It is easily accessible using registration number, email-id, and password. The Exam is scheduled to take place on February 23, 2019.
AIMA publishes the hall ticket for CBT and PBT separately. For the PBT Phase 2, the admit card will be available on February 21, 2019. This year the AIMA is conducting the February session in three slots. The registration for PBT Phase 2 is over on 20 February and the exam will conduct on 24 February (Sunday).
Candidates must download their MAT admit card in the limited time window before the last date. Also, read the test instructions written on it carefully, some important exam rules consist of reporting time, documents etc.
#1. Reporting Time
Students must reach the exam centre atleast 90 minutes before the test timings. The date and exam centre information is available on the candidates’ hall ticket. The CBT conducts in multiple slots in the day. Thus, plan the travel itinerary accordingly.
#2. Important Documents
On the exam day, it is essential to carry a copy of MAT 2019 Admit Card, valid photo identity proof, and a photograph. Only the original valid photo identity proof is valid for document verification. Candidates appearing for computer-based test need not carry any stationery items. However, carry a ballpoint pen to attempt the paper. The rough sheets will be provided to students by the invigilator.
#3. Document Verification
Candidates must make sure that they show duly completed admit card to the invigilator. After the exam, the test administrator will return the lower half of the hall ticket to the student. The upper half will be kept by TA for the record purposes. Candidates must keep the admit card safe until the completion of the admission process. Only the admit card having the invigilator signature will be valid for the admission process.
#4. During the Examination
Candidates must sit on their allotted systems only. Only on the instructions of invigilator, login to the test interface and fill the necessary details. While attempting the paper, solve easy questions first. Focus on accuracy while increasing the attempts. As per the MAT official website, all the test centres are CCTV monitored. Candidates indulging in any unfair practices will be debarred from the future examinations.
#5. After the Examination
Students must leave the exam hall as per the instructions of the test administrator only. Submit the admit card and rough sheets to the invigilator. The result for the exam will release in the first week of March 2019.
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