MAT 2019: Registration, Exam Dates, Pattern & Syllabus, Score Card

MAT 2019Management Aptitude Test (MAT 2019) is a national level entrance exam. It is conducted by the All India Management Association four times in one year. Through MAT entrance examination, the admission will be offered in management courses such as MBA and PGDM. Many B-Schools of India consider the MAT score for providing the admission in their campuses. It is conducted in February, May, September and December months. Here, the complete details on MAT 2019 are published including its admission procedure.

MAT 2019 Exam Date

MAT is conducted four times in a year in February, May, September and December months. So, right now we have mentioned the February exam dates.

EventsDates (Tentative)
Starting of application form3rd week of December 2018
Closing of online registration (PBT)Last week of January 2019
Closing of online registration (CBT)2nd week of February 2019
Issue of admit card4th week of January 2019
Date of Exam (PBT)1st week of February 2019
Date of Exam (CBT)3rd week of February 2019
Declaration of resultLast week of February 2019

MAT 2019 Registration

Candidates are advised to register before the last date of registration after verify the eligibility to appear in the exam.

  • The MAT 2019 registration can be done through online mode only.
  • The registration will be started from the third week of December 2018 for February exam.
  • The last date to apply for MAT 2019 Feb exam will be the last week of January 2019 for PBT and second week of February 2019 for CBT.
  • Candidates have to fill all the details carefully and upload the scanned images of photograph and signature.
  • Candidates also have to fill the five institutions where they want to send their MAT score card for admission.
  • Candidates can check their application status after a few days of the application form submission date.

Registration Fee:

  • The registration fee will be Rs 2650 (For Both PBT and CBT) & Rs. 1550 (For PBT or CBT) for all categories.
  • The registration fee can be paid through credit card/debit card/net banking.

Eligibility Criteria

It is mandatory to fulfill the basic eligibility criteria given below to appear in MAT 2019. However, each management institution has their own eligibility criteria to offer admission.

  • Qualifying Exam: Applying candidate should graduate in any discipline from a recognized university/institution.
  • Age Limit: There is no minimum and maximum age limit to appear in the exam.
  • Appearing Candidates: Those appearing in final year of graduation are also eligible to apply.
  • of Attempts: There is no limit of attempts to apply in MAT.

MAT Exam Pattern 2019

Check the MAT 2019 exam pattern which is given below:

  • Mode: The exam will be conducted in both (online and offline) modes.
  • Duration: The exam will be of about 150 minutes.
  • Type of Questions: Multiple choice questions will be asked in the exam.
  • Number of Questions: Total of 200 questions will be asked in the exam.
  • Sections: It will be consisting of five sections.
SectionsSubjectsNo. of QuestionsTime (in min)
ILanguage Comprehension4030
IIMathematical Skills4040
IIIData Analysis & Sufficiency4035
IVIntelligence & Critical Reasoning4030
VIndian & Global Environment4015
 Total200150

MAT Syllabus 2019

The MAT syllabus will be prepared from the subjects mentioned in the exam pattern of this article as:

  • Language Comprehension
  • Mathematical Skills
  • Data Analysis & Sufficiency
  • Intelligence & Critical Reasoning
  • Indian & Global Environment

Candidates should study these topics to the depth to score good in the exam. The authority will not provide any particular syllabus for the exam.

MAT Preparation Tips

  • Make a schedule/time table in such a way that every subject will get covered while preparation.
  • Try to give most of your time for self study. It will help to score good marks.
  • Practice mock papers or solve previous exam papers as many as possible in a short duration of time. It will increase your speed of solving questions.
  • Revision is very necessary so, assign your last 2 or 3 days only for revision.
  • Be confident while preparing for the exam and also take care of your health.

FAQ’s (Most Asked Questions)

Answer: MAT exam is conducted 4 times in February, May, September and December month.
Answer: The application form of MAT 2019 for February session will be released in the third week of December 2018.
Answer: One can appear number of times in MAT exam.
Answer: There is no minimum and maximum age limit to apply in MAT exam.
Answer: There are no prescribed minimum marks by the exam conducting authority.
Answer: If you are selected by any institution, then they will send you the email to your email Id regarding your selection.
Answer: The question paper will be consisting of the topics such as Language Comprehension, Mathematical Skills, Data Analysis and Sufficiency, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning and Indian and Global Environment.

MAT 2019 Admit Card

Candidates can download their admit card from the last week of January 2019. Different admit cards will be generated for both computer based test and paper based test. Candidates can get their admit card by entering the online application number, date of birth or email Id.

Candidates must take a printout of the admit card as without it no candidate will be allowed to enter in the written test venue. The admit card for written test will not be sent by post or email.

MAT Result 2019

The authority will release the result after one or two weeks of the examination date. Candidates those will appear in the exam can check get their result through online mode.

The result will most probably be published in the last week of February 2019. The result can be checked by entering the roll number and application form number according to the month of test.

MAT Score Card 2019

Candidates can view and download their score card after three weeks from the date of test. The score card will also be send to the each candidate by post. MAT score card will be valid only for the academic year.

If candidate will lost the score card, he/she can apply for duplicate score card by requesting to the AIMA authority. Through MAT score card, candidates can apply around 600 management institutions of India.

MAT Admission Procedure 2019

The candidates can approach the participating MIs along with their score card for admission. Candidates have to apply individually to each of the participating institutions. Each MI has its own selection and eligibility criteria to offer admissions.

The selection process may be comprised of Group Discussion, Personal Interview/Written Ability Test (WAT) rounds depending upon the institution. Final admission will be provided on the basis of candidate’s performance in entrance exam and further rounds followed by the verification of documents.

If you have any other queries about MAT 2019, you can write your queries in the comment box given below.

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    What is the cut off for mat exam??

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