All India Management Association (AIMA) has issued MAT 2019 Admit Card for CBT exam. The hall ticket for 18 May exam has been available at mat.aima.in. For now, the admit card is released for the CBT registrations until 10 May. As the CBT registration date has been extended until 14 May, the admit card for CBT and PBT Phase 2 registration between 10-14 May will issue on 15 May.
Candidates can download the MAT 2019 Admit card for May session using the link flashing on the official website. In the admit card login window, enter the two details among registration number, date of birth, and email-id. The hall ticket is available in online mode and accessible for the limited time window only. The admit card consist of registration details of a candidate, test venue, exam important instructions, etc.
After downloading the admit card, check if all the details are correctly furnished. Specifically look for the name, category, exam mode, etc. On the exam day, candidates will need to carry a duly completed admit card, ballpoint pen, and a photo identity proof. Also, reach the test centre atleast 90 minutes before the test commencement. This year, the MAT 2019 CBT exam has been scheduled to take place in 31 cities all over India.
After the document verification, candidates need to sit at the allocated test system. The entry in the exam hall will start at 60 minutes before the starting of the exam. Mark the attendance where ever necessary. Once the exam is over, the invigilator will return the lower part of the admit card to the candidate. Keep it safe, as it will be required in the further rounds of selection process.
Candidates who are appearing for MAT 2019 must prepare according to the syllabus and exam pattern. The paper has 200 questions. A student needs to attempt a maximum number of questions in the time duration of 150 minutes. The paper comprises of topics such as Mathematical skills, language comprehension, intelligence & critical reasoning, data analysis & sufficiency, and Indian & global environment. Each question carries 1 mark with a negative marking of 1/4 marks. Candidates can also refer to the sample questions available on the official website.
MAT May 2019 is the last session for the academic year 2019. So, candidates aspiring for b-school admission this year can apply for MAT May 2019. For the next academic session, the MAT September, the application form will release in the month of June/July. The result for the May session will release on 24 May onwards. More than 160+ b-schools accept the exam scores.
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