The All India Management Association (AIMA) has announced the result for MAT Sep 2018. The candidates can check their result through online mode only at mat.aima.in. The MAT Sep 2018 exam was conducted for the first time in two phases for Computer and Paper pen-based test.
To check the MAT September 2018 result, the candidates need to visit the official website of AIMA MAT. Click on the link “MAT Results” which will be under the Downloads section. Then they have to enter their Registration number and roll number to view the result. Click on the Submit button and the result will be available on the screen.
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The MAT September result will contain the the individual scores of all the sections in the test and the total score. It will also contain the name of the student, their roll number, form number, degree and work experience. The students must download their result for future reference. The MAT score card is valid for one year only.
AIMA will send the result of each student to 5-7 colleges which they had chosen at the time of the registration. The colleges will then send you the notification to attend their selection process. The students have to carry their MAT score card at the time of the admission process.
In case if the student loses his/her MAT Scorecard, they can request for a duplicate one. But they must send the request for the duplicate score card within the first 15 days after the results are out. This is so because, after the 15 days, AIMA will charge a fee of Rs.100 to the issue a duplicate score card to the students. It must be noted that no duplicate score card will be issued to the students after the 45 days from the day of MAT September result announcement.
The MAT September 2018 test was conducted in two phases. The first phase was a paper-pen based test. This phase was held on September 2, 2018. The second phase was both paper-pen test and computer-based test. The second phase was held on September 15, 2018.
If the students feel that their performance is not up to the mark or they could not clear the cut-offs, they do not have to wait for an entire to reappear for the exam. The MAT exam is conducted four times a year. So the students can apply for the exam to be held in the month of December and score well.