MAT Eligibility Criteria 2024: Get Qualification, Marks & Attempt

MAT Eligibility Criteria 2024MAT Eligibility Criteria 2024 should be fulfilled by the candidates before filling the application form. Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is conducted at national level. It is a mandatory examination for the candidates those want to pursue management courses like MBA from the reputed b-schools in India. The candidates those are satisfying all the norms and conditions set by AIMA will be permitted to attend the examination. In this article, all the MAT 2024 Eligibility Criteria is mentioned.

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MAT Eligibility Criteria 2024

AIMA is the examination authority that declares the eligibility criteria of MAT. It is strictly advised to all the candidates to read all the conditions carefully before applying. The eligibility conditions for MAT 2024 standardised test are discussed below:

MAT 2024 Registration has been started from 25th June 2024. Candidates must fill all the details carefully and upload scanned images of photograph and signature in the specified format.

Qualification Criteria:

  • Qualifying Exam: Minimum qualification required to sit in the examination is graduation. The candidates may complete their graduation from the recognized University in any of the course like BA, B.Sc., B.Com., B.Tech. etc.
  • Appearing Candidates: The final year graduation appearing candidates can also apply for the MAT 2024.

Percentage Criteria:

Achieve minimum passing marks in graduation to appear the examination. The percentage criteria of graduation vary MIs to MIs. The candidates are suggested to refer the information brochures of particular MI’s/University for the same.

Click here to view the list of Participating Institutions.

Age Criteria:

  • There is no age limitation for MAT 2024 examination. As per AIMA rules, the candidate of any age can appear the exam.
  • The candidates those have no work experience can also give the examination.

Number of Attempts:

  • Candidates can attend the MAT 2024 examination as many times as possible. There is no restriction for the number of attempts, but try to qualify the examination in the first time only.
  • The PBT and CBT examination of MAT is scheduled four times in a year, the aspirants can attend all the four examinations if not satisfied with the scores.

MAT 2024 Exam Dates

Here candidates can check official MAT exam dates for August session:

For PBT Exam:

EventsDates (Announced)
Registration begin25th June 2024
Last date for registration18th August 2024
Admit card release21st August 2024
Exam date25th August 2024
Declaration of resultSeptember 2024

For CBT Exam:

EventsDates (Announced)
Application form released25th June 2024
Last date to apply11th August 2024
Admit card release14th August 2024
Exam date18th August 2024
Declaration of resultSeptember 2024

MAT 2024 Application Form

MAT application form has been released from 25th June 2024 for August session. Application form is made available through online mode. Candidates are advised to fill all the details carefully in the application form including education, personal, communication etc.

Candidates must upload documents including photograph and signature in the prescribed format. Application form can be filled till 18th August 2024 for PBT exam and 11th August 2024 for CBT exam. Candidates also have to fill exam choices i.e. CBT, PBT at the time of filling application form.

Application fee for PBT or CBT is Rs. 2100 and for PBT and CBT is Rs. 3600. Fee can be submitted through online mode using debit card/ credit card or net banking.

For any further assistance regarding MAT Eligibility Criteria 2024, you may leave your queries below.


  1. i want to give mat in the month of feb. please tell me when online application form is going to come.

  2. i read somewhere that english subject is necessary for opting to MAT exam. But, we dont hv that subject in our “BBA syllabus”. so, am i eligible or not for the exam?

  3. What if we can’t get qualified in the very first attempt does it impact adversely in our next attempt or in our selection?

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