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MAT 2019 February exam online registration process is open till February 8, 2019 for paper based test and till February 12, 2019 for computer based test.With no offline Registration available now, there is now only MAT online registration 2019 for February exam. AIMA opened the MAT 2019 Online Registration for February MAT exam on December 16, 2018 and has allowed more than one and half months to apply for MAT 2019 February exam.

 

Last opportunity to Apply to Top B-schools with CAT & XAT Scores

BITS Pilani Admissions 2019IFIM Bangalore Admissions 2019
BIM Trichy Admissions 2019MICA Admissions 2019
NIA Pune Admissions 2019IMT Admissions 2019

 

MAT February 2019 exam is scheduled on Sunday February 17 as paper based test and on February 23, 2019 as computer based test. The Paper based February MAT 2019 exam time and duration is from 10 AM to 12.30 PM while the computer based MAT exam is scheduled in different time slots.

 

MAT Online Registration 2019 Dates for February Exam:

MAT February Exam Format
Last Date to Apply
MAT Paper Based Test (PBT) Phase-1
February 8, 2019
MAT Paper Based Test (PBT) Phase-2
February 12, 2019
MAT Computer Based Test (CBT)
February 12, 2019
MAT Exam Registration fee (PBT or CBT)
Rs.1550/-
Both MAT Exams Registration Fee – PBT and CBT
Rs.2650/-)

 

MAT February 2019 online exam registration implies that the candidates applying for either paper based MAT or Computer based MAT 2019 February exam have to fill up the MAT 2019 application form online as well as make the payment of MAT registration fee online also.

 

AIMA has discontinued the offline MAT registration process for February 2019 MAT exam. All the MAT applications have to be submitted online only to appear in MAT February 2019 exam. The MAT online registration 2019 application fee for MAT exam is Rs 1550/- (Including GST) for Paper Based or computer based MAT exam.

 

However, AIMA has allowed the MAT online Registration 2019 to appear in more than one MAT 2019 February exam. Accordingly, the MAT online registration fee including MAT exam fee to appear both in Phase 1 paper based MAT and subsequent computer based MAT is Rs.2650/-. No candidate can take both phase 2 PBT along with CBT MAT exam.

 

MAT Online Registration 2019: Closes on February 8
The MAT online registration process for phase 1 MAT closes on February 8, 2019. MAT online registration process for February 2019 phase 2 PBT and CBT closes on February 12, 2019. You should register online at AIMA website link for MAT exam and can pay through Credit Card/Debit Card (ATM Card)/Net Banking

 

For candidates who complete the Online Registration by

  • Uploading digital image of photograph,
  • Uploading digital image of signature, and Online payment 

Last Date for MAT Online Registration for February 2019 exam: February 8, 2019
(In this case, do NOT send the printout of the Registration Form. However, the candidate should retain a Printout of Registration Form for reference.)

 

Offline Registration process: Not Available Now 
AIMA earlier allowed to submit the MAT application offline in hard copy. However, the process has been discontinued now.

 

No offline MAT Registration Forms 
AIMA earlier also allowed to purchase application form. The facility stands withdrawn now. Earlier you could obtain Form with MAT Bulletin/CD against cash payment of Rs.1,550/-(Inclusive of GST) for one MAT or Rs.2650/- for both the MAT exams from listed Study Centres of AIMA or from AIMA, New Delhi. Earlier, the candidates could buy the MAT exam forms from the designated AIMA Nodal centres across India. However, this facility stands withdrawn now.

 

If at all, the facility to buy application form is re-opened by AIMA, the last date for submitting the offline application form will also be the same.

 

MAT Online Registration 2019 Guidelines: Flow Chart
To make you understand the MAT 2019 exam registration process for February 2019 MAT exam, a flow chart on how to complete your MAT Registration quickly is shared below:

 

MAT Registration

 

Step by Step MAT Registration Guide

 

Step-1: Create login
New candidates applying for MAT 2019 exam need to visit AIMA MAT website and click on New Candidate to Create Log in.

 

You have to fill the details to create Login. You must have a valid email ID for applying online. Press the button “Submit”. Once you fill the information in the form, it will not be changed.

 

The confirmation for the MAT registration will also be sent on your email as entered in the form. Please note that the Email-ID and Date of birth as filled by you will be used to login to the website to fill the online application form.

 

Step 2: Fill the Application form
Once you receive the MAT exam registration number, you need to login as already registered candidate. You should now login with the registered id, complete the on-line application form, upload the scanned photograph and signature and make payment.   

  • Fill the details on the MAT online application form. 
  • Since your MAT eligibility will be screened based on the information furnished by you, you are required  to exercise sufficient care to correctly furnish the  details  of  your  Qualification, etc. 
  • While filling the MAT application form online, please save the information by clicking the Button “SAVE”. 
  • In case you wish to edit any information you can do that by login again using Email‐ID and Date of birth and after editing the information, make sure to save the information by clicking the button “SAVE”.

Step 3: Upload Images

 

Image-1: Upload Photograph

  • Photograph must be a recent passport size colour picture. Make sure that the picture is in colour, taken against a light‐coloured, preferably white background, and has no harsh shadows.
  • If you wear glasses make sure that there are no reflections and your eyes can be clearly seen.
  • Ensure that both ears are visible in the picture. Caps, hats and dark glasses are not acceptable. Religious headwear is allowed but it must not cover your face. 
  • The image should only be in .jpg or .jpeg format. Size of file should be not be more than 75 kb and not less than 20kb.

Image-2: Upload Signature

  • Sign on white paper with Black ink pen and scan it. 
  • Scan the signature area only and  not the entire page
  • Ensure that the size of the scanned image is not more than 50 kb. 
  • This signature would appear on the MAT Admit Card
  • If the signature image does not match the signature on the answer sheet at the time the written test and at the time of Interview, the candidature will be cancelled. 
  • The image of scanned signature in jpg/jpeg format and size should also not exceed 50KB and should not be less than 5KB

Step 4: Make Payment of MAT Registration Fee
Payment of MAT Application fee can be made through online Mode only. Accordingly, to make payment of MAT exam application fee for Rs.1550/- or Rs.2650/- (As may be the case) you should keep your Debit/Credit Card/Net Banking in operational condition.

 

Please note once payment of application fee is made, you will not be allowed to change/modify any information in the application form.

 

Step 5: View MAT Application summary
Your MAT application is complete now. You can view the application details by clicking the button ‘View Application’ and can take print out of the same for your record.

 

Required documents for MAT Registration
Before starting to fill up the MAT online registration, you should keep ready with you the following details & documents:

  • Valid Email ID (the email should be valid for at least 1 year)
  • Personal details
  • Educational qualification details
  • Image of scanned photograph in jpg / jpeg format and size should not exceed 50 KB
  • Image of scanned signature in jpg / jpeg format and size should not exceed 50 KB
  • Debit / Credit Card/Net Banking details while making online payment.

MAT 2019 Eligibility Criteria

 

MAT 2019 exam eligibility for MAT February 2019 exam to be held on February 17, 2019 as paper based test remains unchanged and is the same as was for earlier MAT exams held in 2018. AIMA has not changed the MAT exam eligibility criteria for any of the MAT 2019 exams.

 

To appear in MAT exam, you must have obtained recognized bachelor’s degree of minimum 3 years duration or equivalent in any discipline. Those studying in their final graduation year may also apply.

 

AIMA also does not restrict any candidate to seek MBA admission and appear in MAT on the basis of age bar.  

 

Important points to ensure your MAT February 2019 Eligibility

  • MAT 2019 eligibility does not impose any age bar to appear in MAT 2019 February exam.
  • The candidate applying for MAT 2019 February exam must fulfil one of the following MAT 2019 exam eligibility criteria:
  1. Completed Bachelor’s degree, or
  2. Completed professional degree e.g. CA/CS/ICWA, or
  3. Should be in the final year of Bachelor’s degree 
  • The percentage of marks obtained by the candidate would be calculated based on the practice as followed by the respective University/Institution.
  • In case of grades / CGPA, the conversion to percentage of marks would be based on the procedure as certified by the respective University/ institution in accordance with the participating management institute’s eligibility criteria.
  • Mere fulfilment of minimum MAT 2019 eligibility criteria will not ensure consideration for short listing by the Management Institute in which the applicant applies for admission
  • One of the key points prescribed by AIMA is that the candidates must declare and maintain a valid and unique email account and a phone number throughout the MAT 2019 February exam process

According to AIMA Graduates in any discipline can apply for MAT 2019 exam. Those who are in their final year of graduation can also apply. It implies that a candidate is eligible to appear in February MAT 2019 exam, if he/she holds recognized Bachelor’s Degree with minimum 3 years duration or equivalent in any discipline.

 

Those completing their final graduation exam may also apply for MAT 2019 December exam. If shortlisted by the B-school on the basis of MAT 2018 December exam score, such candidates will be allowed to join the programme provisionally, only if she/he submits a certificate from the Principal/ Registrar of the College/Institute stating that the candidate has completed all the requirements for obtaining the bachelor’s degree/equivalent qualification on the date of the issue of the certificate.

 

Any B-School - National or International - can consider MAT Score as an admission input based on the Score Cards issued to the candidates.

MAT 2019 Application Form

 

MAT 2019 February exam Application Form submission process is open till February 8, 2019 for paper based test and till February 12, 2019 for computer based test. The MAT Application process is online only. AIMA opened the MAT 2019 Application form for February MAT exam on December 16, 2018 and has allowed more than one and half months to apply for MAT 2019 February exam.

 

MAT February 2019 exam is scheduled on Sunday February 17 as paper based test and on February 23, 2019 as computer based test. The Paper based February MAT 2019 exam time and duration is from 10 AM to 12.30 PM while the computer based MAT exam is scheduled in different time slots.

 

MAT Application Dates for February 2019 Exam:

MAT February Exam Format
Last Date for Application Submission
MAT Paper Based Test (PBT) Phase-1
February 8, 2019
MAT Paper Based Test (PBT) Phase-2
February 12, 2019
MAT Computer Based Test (CBT)
February 12, 2019
MAT Exam Application fee (PBT or CBT)
Rs.1550/-
Both MAT Exams Application Fee – PBT and CBT
Rs.2650/-)

 

MAT February 2019 exam Application can be submitted online only. AIMA has discontinued the offline MAT Application process for February 2019 MAT exam. All the MAT aspirants should apply online to appear in MAT February 2019 exam. The application fee for MAT exam is Rs 1550/- (Including GST) for Paper Based or computer based MAT exam.

 

The Application and exam fee to appear both in Phase 1 paper based MAT and subsequent computer based MAT is Rs.2650/-. No candidate can take both phase 1 PBT along with CBT MAT exam.

 

Online Application: Closes on February 8
The MAT application form submission process for phase 1 MAT closes on February 8, 2019. MAT online application process for February 2019 phase 2 PBT and CBT closes on February 12, 2019. You should apply online at AIMA website link for MAT exam and can pay through Credit Card/Debit Card (ATM Card)/Net Banking

 

For candidates who complete the Online application by

  • Uploading digital image of photograph,
  • Uploading digital image of signature, and Online payment 

Last Date for MAT Online Application for February 2019 exam: February 8, 2019
(In this case, do NOT send the printout of the Registration Form. However, the candidate should retain a Printout of Registration Form for reference.)

 

Offline Application process: Not Available Now 
AIMA earlier allowed to submit the MAT application offline in hard copy. However, the process has been discontinued now.

 

No offline Application Forms 
AIMA earlier also allowed to purchase application form. The facility stands withdrawn now. Earlier you could obtain Form with MAT Bulletin/CD against cash payment of Rs.1,550/-(Inclusive of GST) for one MAT or Rs.2650/- for both the MAT exams from listed Study Centres of AIMA or from AIMA, New Delhi. Earlier, the candidates could buy the MAT exam forms from the designated AIMA Nodal centres across India. However, this facility stands withdrawn now.

 

If at all, the facility to buy application form is re-opened by AIMA, the last date for submitting the offline application form will also be the same.

 

How to fill MAT 2019 Application form
Filling and completing MAT 2019 application form is a simple process. However your MAT February 2019 application will be complete only after you make payment of MAT application fee.

 

Issuing the guidelines for the query, ‘How can I apply for MAT exam?’ the MAT exam experts and AIMA have clarified that you should submit MAT 2019 application form at AIMA website link for MAT 2019 February exam. The payment of February MAT 2019 application form fee can be made through Credit Card/Debit Card (ATM Card)/Net Banking by the candidates who complete the Online Application for MAT 2019 February exam. While filling the MAT 2019 Application form, you also need to:

  • Upload digital image of photograph,
  • Upload digital image of signature, and
  • Make online payment 

MAT Application Guidelines: Flow Chart
To make you understand the MAT 2019 exam registration process for February 2019 MAT exam, a flow chart on how to complete your MAT Registration quickly is shared below:

 

MAT February 2019 Application: Step Wise Form Filling Procedure
One of the problems faced by MAT test takers after AIMA has discontinued the offline MAT application process, is – how can I apply for MAT exam? The MAT application step wise form filling procedure is a 5 step process which can be completed in 15 minutes. The five steps are:

  • Step-1: Create login
  • Step 2: Fill the MAT Application form
  • Step 3: Upload Images
  • Step-4: Make Payment
  • Step-5: View and Print Application Summary

MAT Application Step Wise Form Filling Procedure in detail is described below:

 

Step-1: Create login
New candidates applying for MAT 2019 February exam should visit AIMA MAT website and click on New Candidate to Create Log in. They need valid e-mail ID to complete the process.

 

MAT Application Step 1

 

Step 2: Fill the MAT Application form
After successful login creation, you will receive the registration number. With this registration number, you need to login as already registered candidate.

 

MAT Application Step 2

 

Step 3: Upload Images
You are now required to upload the digital images of your photograph and signature to complete the filling up of MAT February 2019 application form.

 

MAT Application Step 3

 

Step-4: Make Payment
You should make payment of MAT 2019 February application fee online only. This is the last step of filling up the MAT 2019 application form. After this you should click on Submit for successful submission of your application form

 

MAT Application Step 4

 

Step-5: View and Print Application Summary
You can now view, download and print your MAT 2019 February application form summary. This completes your MAT application form.

  • Login as existing registered user
  • Go to the page and details where correction is required
  • Make necessary changes and save
  • Do not submit the MAT 2019 application form till you are satisfied that all the entered details are correct.
  • After submission of your application form and making payment, no correction in personal details and other key areas is allowed.

MAT 2019 Exam Preparation

 

MAT exam Preparation is not very difficult as the MAT question paper has remained unchanged over last many exams. MAT February 2019 sample papers prepared by experts are based on MAT previous year papers and since there are no substantial changes in MAT exam papers, the MAT practice questions, MAT sample papers with solutions are a good tool for MAT exam preparation.

 

In fact, MAT 2019 Preparation can get you admission to MBA 2019-21 in good MBA colleges like Welingkar Mumbai, PUMBA Pune, IPE Hyderabad, JIMS Rohini, Jaipuria Noida among others. MAT 2019 is scheduled on February 17 and February 23, 2019 as paper based and computer based test respectively. MAT exam is conducted by AIMA.   

 

It is high time that MAT exam preparation must be started without any further delay as per the MAT exam pattern. In view of the experts and past MAT toppers, the MAT Exam preparation must be well defined and one of the important points which differentiate MAT exam preparation from other exams is the separate section with 40 questions in MAT on Data Analysis and Data Sufficiency (DADS)’ which is slightly different from Data Interpretation in other exams. The DADS Preparation for MAT exam and the strategy to prepare for this important MAT section is to be properly planned and followed to score high.

 

During the past years, MAT exam preparation has not required much change as the exam pattern is not changed. The only change is MAT exam is the addition of phase-2 paper based MAT exam in the same month alongwith the computer based MAT exam.

 

How to prepare for MAT 2019, is not a big question as the preparation pattern can be kept same. MAT exam preparation strategy needs more focus on four core sections keeping the ‘Indian & Global Environment’ section at second place. Accordingly, your MAT exam Preparation should be focussed on following key points:

  • When and How to prepare for MAT
  • Which are the MAT Preparation Books
  • What MAT preparation material is available apart from the books
  • MAT  Preparation Tips by MAT Toppers
  • Whether to Prepare with MAT Coaching or Self prepare - which is better
  • MAT Preparation Online
  • Strategy - how to crack MAT 2019 Exam with High score   

MAT Exam Preparation Time: Important to Plan
As the MAT preparation time goes on reducing month after month with every passing day, you need to revisit your MAT preparation strategy and synchronise it with remaining MAT preparation Time for each MAT exam that you are planning to take. MAT preparation tips by toppers who suggest ‘How to prepare for MAT in 3 months or 2 months’; ‘How to crack MAT Exam with a planned MAT Preparation  strategy in 2 months’ and so on, are more relevant as the MAT preparation time is short now.

 

MAT Coaching or MAT Preparation at Home
After synchronizing the MAT preparation time, you need to find out whether to go for MAT coaching or start MAT Exam Preparation  at home. One of the important MAT preparation tips for beginners is to come out of this dilemma of moving between MAT coaching and MAT preparation at home.

 

If you wish to prepare with MAT Coaching institute in big or small cities, you can find best MAT coaching centres in Delhi, Kolkata, Bhubaneswar and all the other cities. However, it is important to find out the best coaching for MAT exam preparation that can focus on all the sections to prepare for MAT, like Analytical Reasoning; Data Analysis & data Sufficiency which is not a common section for other exams. Even the best coaching for MAT exam may have its draw backs in regard to imparting MAT coaching on certain topics. So alongwith your preparation through the best MAT coaching, you should find out the best coaching for MAT preparation for the topics that need your greater attention.

 

If you wish to self prepare for MAT 2019, you need to understand first how to prepare for MAT exam at home with the help of MAT Preparation Books, and other appropriate MAT 2019 Study Material. So instead of depending upon only MAT coaching, focus on MAT preparation books recommended by MAT toppers - like MAT preparation books by Arun Sharma,  MAT preparation book by Nishit Sinha, available good MAT Study Material for MAT preparation,  MAT Preparation Online Study material, freely available MAT preparation online facility, MAT exam Quiz 2019, XAT Mock test 2019. These MAT Preparation Tips can pave your  way in right direction to MAT Exam Preparation  and make you aware how to prepare for MAT exam with a well devised MAT preparation plan and clear understanding ‘How to Crack MAT Exam without MAT coaching’.

 

MAT Exam Preparation Tips
MAT Preparation Tips will guide you how to start MAT exam Preparation as per the revised MAT exam pattern. When you begin your MAT Preparation Online or offline, you should keep in mind the following tips for MAT 2019 preparation:

  1. MAT 2019 Exam Pattern: You must be aware about the MAT exam pattern
  2. MAT 2019 Syllabus
  3. Online MAT preparation
  4. How to prepare for MAT in 6 months?
  5. How to prepare for MAT in 3 months?
  6. How to prepare for MAT in 2 months?
  7. How to prepare for MAT without coaching and with self study?
  8. Best Books for MAT preparation
  9. MAT Preparation with Coaching
  10. MAT Mock Test & MAT Previous Test papers
  11. Strategy How to crack MAT exam with 90+ percentile

Prepare for MAT 2019 as per exam Pattern
The very first thing before you proceed for MAT preparation and add more marks to your score is to understand the MAT exam pattern which comprises 5 sections with 40 questions in each section. Along with the exam pattern you should be aware about the time limit within which you must complete your sectional attempts and save your time to attempt questions from other sections.

 

MAT exam pattern has remained more or less similar over past many years. However, with effect from 2019, the MAT exam is conducted three times in the same month and consists of 2 paper based tests and 1 computer based test. There is no change in the number of questions. You need to devise a well chalked out plan for your MAT 2019 preparation as per the MAT 2019 exam pattern.

 

The basics of the MAT exam remain the same. As per the revised MAT 2019 exam pattern, MAT exam will consist of five sections without any demarcation. The section on ‘Indian & Global environment’ (GK section) will not be counted in score calculation for Merit list preparation and for overall shortlisting for final selection round. With a total of 200 questions, there is no sectional time limit and entire test paper has to be completed in 2 and half hours duration. You need to ensure high score in each of the 4 sections as there is also a sectional score cut off in good MBA college for shortlisting.

 

MAT 2019 Exam Pattern 

S No. 
Section
No of Qs
Ideal time limit (in minutes)
Percentage Weightage in merit determination
1
Language Comprehension
40
25
25%
2
Intelligence and Critical Reasoning
40
40
25%
3
Data Analysis and Sufficiency
40
35
25%
4
Mathematical Skills
40
40
25%
5
Indian and Global Environment
40
10 
Nil
 
 
200
150
100%

Key Points to Note

  • Total Questions 200
  • Each of the 5 sections will have 40 questions in MCQ format
  • Total time limit to solve is 150 minutes.
  • Individual time limit for each section has been suggested by AIMA
  • Candidates can move from one section to other within overall time limit
  • Only 4 sections in MAT exam will determine the percentile and merit position
  • Score of 5th section ‘Indian and Global Environment’ will be separately reflected in MAT score card but will not be taken into account to calculate the MAT percentile

MAT Exam Syllabus
As advised by the experts, you should thoroughly check MAT syllabus on which entire MAT exam pattern is based. The topics emerging from the MAT syllabus would remain the same although questions could be in different forms.

 

MAT exam Syllabus consists of multiple choice objective type questions (MCQs) only. Although there is no specifically defined MAT Exam Syllabus, but going by the previous trend of MAT questions, the MAT 2019 Syllabus & exam pattern comprises the questions on Language Comprehension; Intelligence and Critical Reasoning; Data Analysis and Sufficiency; Mathematical Skills; Indian and Global Environment.

 

MAT Syllabus for MAT Exam Preparation
Once you know about the MAT test Pattern, your next step for MAT exam preparation is to scan the MAT Syllabus. MAT exam syllabus for MAT exam preparation is based on past trends of MAT questions and the topics which have earlier appeared in MAT exam. The type of questions, their composition, format and number may change in each subsequent MAT exam.

 

To prepare for MAT exam as per MAT Syllabus, it should be kept in mind that there is no repetition of MAT exam questions in any MAT exam although difficulty level of the questions in MAT exam would remain within the MAT exam syllabus.

 

MAT 2019 exam Syllabus is not pre-defined by AIMA. However, MAT 2019 exam syllabus is based on the mentioned guidelines and current structure of MAT exam.

 

No MAT Exam preparation without MAT Syllabus
You will find it difficult to proceed with MAT exam preparation even if you have all the MAT preparation material, unless you know the MAT exam syllabus. MAT exam syllabus is wide enough but still contains moderate questions.

 

MAT syllabus does not leave any study topic untouched. If you go through the MAT exam syllabus, it will help you to decide when to begin MAT preparation, How to prepare for MAT 2019; What important topics covered in MAT syllabus need your focused attention in MAT preparation...Read More about MAT Syllabus for MAT Exam Preparation

 

How to start MAT preparation at Home?
MAT preparation 2019 should be started at home now without waiting any further. Most of the MAT toppers did not attend any MAT coaching and prepared for MAT exam at home. They suggest self preparation for the exam and advises to solve more Mock Tests.

 

MAT preparation tips to start MAT preparation at home are:

  • Go through the MAT exam pattern
  • Read thoroughly the MAT syllabus 2019
  • Pick out your strong and weak areas in all the sections
  • Gather the best books for MAT preparation and other MAT 2019 study material for MAT preparation
  • Improve on your weak areas and monitor the improvement regularly
  • Take as many MAT Mocks during your MAT exam preparation and do the analysis of each Mock. Without analysis of Mock, attempting a mock test may not be useful.
  • If you are weak in VA & RC, reading different articles and novels, conversing in English with friends and even watching English TV series and movies will be helpful.
  • Data Analysis and Data Sufficiency section in MAT is different, so prepare it well..Read More on MAT toppers’ Preparation Tips

How to prepare for MAT Exam in 6 months?
MAT preparation tips for beginners or for the repeaters are not much different. MAT preparation time of 6 months is sufficient to crack the exam. Following should be adhered to before proceeding on MAT preparation journey:

  • As you are left with sufficient MAT exam preparation time, first of all go through and understand the MAT exam pattern
  • Get a good feel of MAT exam syllabus
  • Find out your strong and weak areas
  • Start building up the fundamentals and get conceptual clarity on the topics which fall in your weak areas
  • Don’t waste too much time on theory. If you have understood the basics, attempt MAT sectional quiz.
  • Practice after theory is a must. Accordingly take periodical MAT Quiz, attempt MAT previous years Mock test, MAT previous years question papers
  • Get the best MAT preparation material with best books for MAT preparation.
  • Beginning your MAT preparation early will give you time to periodically assess yourself and overcome your weaknesses.
  • Remain confident right from the day one during your MAT preparation journey.
  • Self Preparation is the best preparation strategy for MAT 2019. However time is also an important factor. If a candidate gets stuck on some question due to his/her lack of conceptual clarity, the wastage of time is more and depression begins to set in. It could be a small quant formula, LR logic, or Verbal usage clarity which might need a simple push to come out of the shallow waters. This help can be provided by your mentor online or offline depending upon your preference or a mix of both.  

How to prepare for MAT in 3 months?
MAT preparation time of three months is not short. What you have done in last three months or whatever you have prepared can be revised now in three months with various MAT preparation tools. The time is ripe to intensify a little your MAT preparation strategy for three months:

  • See that you have achieved good clarity on fundamentals and have strengthened your basics
  • Alongwith going through the books for MAT preparation, visit number of  online MAT preparation material
  • It is time that you started taking MAT Mock test, analyse your errors and rectify them
  • Instead of reading the theory again and again, now you should attempt the question and when you are stuck, visit the basics and clarify your point to clear the confusion
  • Solve MAT previous year question papers
  • Join a good Test series for MAT preparation

How to prepare for MAT in 2 months?
Many MAT toppers are of the view that MAT preparation time of two months is good enough to crack MAT exam. Even 2 months are good to score 95 percentile provided you are sincere enough.

  • Focus more on MAT Exam Quiz, MAT Mock tests, different types of questions as appeared in MAT
  • Don’t leave any MAT Mock Test without analyzing it
  • Go through the Books for MAT preparation and the MAT preparation material and ensure  that you have gone through the sectional and overall quiz and practice tests in these MAT preparation books.
  • There are some strong areas within your weak areas and some weak areas within your strong areas. Try to focus on all the weak areas and see if you are able to improve them. However, you should not waste more time on them. Instead focus more on your strong areas and improve them further.

How to prepare for MAT without coaching and with self study?
There is no substitute of MAT preparation with self study which does not require any coaching until and unless you are stuck. Experts therefore, recommend that you should start your MAT exam preparation by self study and later make it a mix of self study as well as help from coaching to avoid wastage of time.

  • Self Preparation is the best preparation strategy for MAT exam although time is also an important factor. If a candidate gets stuck on some question due to his/her lack of conceptual clarity, the wastage of time is more and depression begins to set in. It might need a simple push to come out of the shallow waters. This help can be provided by your MAT mentor online or offline depending upon your preference or a mix of both.  
  • Most of the candidates coming from Engineering or other technical background find it easy to get along well with Quant, DI and LR but when it comes to Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension, they find the section difficult. Only there an expert guidance may be required.
  • MAT preparation needs improvement in your speed and accuracy as the time to solve per question is less. You need to solve 200 questions in 150 minutes. So, you have less than one minute per question to solve and the marking scheme in MAT exam is uniform, so it requires you to focus more on questions counted for merit score, while GK section can be taken care of in the remaining time. It will therefore, not be sufficient to score overall high in MAT, your section wise score should also be high to become eligible for shortlisting at a good B-school.
  • MAT preparation should equip you with continuous sitting for 2½ hours without break. To achieve this you are required to take more Mocks, MAT previous test papers.

MAT Preparation with Coaching
MAT coaching helps you overcome many weak areas. The MAT exam preparation through coaching can be a class room regular or weekend coaching or it can be MAT preparation online through the coaching centres. Good Coaching institutes like TIME, CL, IMS among others provide best MAT preparation material with practice questions.

 

But again, while preparing for MAT with coaching is good if you get all your doubts cleared and all the topics relevant for MAT preparation are covered.

 

Accordingly, you need to choose for the best coaching for MAT preparation. MAT preparation online is a good answer to the working professionals who find it difficult to attend regular class room coaching for MAT. During the past few years preference for MAT online coaching has gone up many times. In fact MAT preparation through online coaching for MAT is more cost effective, less time consuming and offers you more time to practice MAT question papers and MAT exercises.

 

MAT Preparation Books
MAT preparation books and MAT preparation material online or offline play a major role in helping you score high in the MAT exam.

 

MAT exam preparation books will not only guide you how to begin your MAT exam preparation but will also strengthen your fundamentals and clarify your concepts. The exercises and different difficulty level questions will also help you to practice on variety of questions. 

 

You need to get the best MAT preparation books which can help you focus on MAT specific study. There are hundreds of books available in the market on MAT exam preparation but you need to choose the best books for MAT preparation.  A distinction has to be made in MAT exam books and the best books for MAT exam.

 

Best books for MAT Preparation
Since there are few common core sections in MAT and other exams, the books to prepare for MAT and other exams are also very much similar. A few of the best books for MAT preparation recommended by toppers are:

 

MAT Preparation Books by Arun Sharma

  • How to Prepare for Quantitative Aptitude for the CAT - by Arun Sharma (Published by McGraw Hill)
  • ‘How to Prepare for Data Interpretation for CAT’ - by Arun Sharma (Published by McGraw Hill)
  • ‘How to Prepare for Logical Reasoning for the CAT’ - by Arun Sharma (Published by McGraw Hill)
  • How to Prepare for Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension for CAT’- by Arun Sharma & Meenakshi Upadhyay  

MAT Preparation Books by Nishit K Sinha

  • ‘Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation for the CAT’ - by Nishit K Sinha (Published by Pearson)
  • ‘Logical Reasoning and data Interpretation for the CAT’- by Nishit K Sinha (Published by Pearson)
  • ‘Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension for the CAT’-by Nishit K Sinha

Other MAT Study & Preparation Material

  • Latest RC Passages and practice questions provided by Study centres like TIME, CL among others 
  • Editorial and short articles published in English news papers 
  • ‘Word Power Made Easy’ – by Norman Lewis
  • ‘High School English Grammar & Composition’ – by Wren & Martin
  • Regularly solve the Verbal Ability questions from your XAT study material especially on Para summary, Jumbled Paragraphs
List of Best Books for MAT preparation
Author’s name
Publisher
How to Prepare for Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension for CAT
Arun Sharma & Meenakshi Upadhyay
McGraw Hill
Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension for the CAT
Nishit K Sinha
Pearson
Mission MBA MAT Guide
BS Sijwali and Tarun Goyal
Arihant Books
Word Power Made Easy
Norman Lewis
Pocket Books
Study package for MAT
Arun Sharma
McGraw Hill
A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning
R.S. Aggarwal
S. Chand & Co.
Complete Guide for MAT and Other MBA Entrance Exams
Deepak Agarwal, Mahima Agarwal
Disha 
MAT Score Accelerator
Disha Experts
Disha Publication
How to Prepare for Data Interpretation for CAT
Arun Sharma
McGraw Hill
How to prepare for Quantitative for the CAT
Arun Sharma
McGraw Hill
Quantitative Aptitude for the CAT
Nishit K.Sinha
Pearson
Manorama Year Book
K. M. Mathew, Mammen Mathew
Malayala Manorama Group
Regular reading of The Hindu, ToI, India Today, Sports week etc.
 
 

 

MAT Previous Test Papers
Previous year papers comprising MAT questions and detailed solutions are a good source of MAT preparation material. They give you the idea and type of MAT questions that you may face in the real MAT exam paper 2019. After strengthening your fundamentals, your MAT exam preparation should focus on practicing with more and more previous MAT test papers. This MAT preparation strategy will not only give you an opportunity to solve real MAT exam questions, but will also bring more confidence in you after you are able to solve variety of questions. 

 

MAT Mock tests for MAT Preparation
Practice test papers for MAT prepared by top experts and MAT toppers are good tool for MAT 2019 preparation and crack MAT exam. MAT exam preparation with sample papers can become easy as the MAT Mocks include the best selected questions for MAT preparation. These Mock tests are available both online and offline. Since MAT is conducted both as paper based test and as computer based test with the MAT preparation through Mocks, you will be able to boost your MAT exam 2019 preparation as if you are attempting an actual MAT exam.

 

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Study material for MAT preparation
MAT study material consists of the books for MAT; online MAT study material provided to you by your coaching institute or the offline MAT practice test papers bought from Market; MAT test series attended by you; the study and practice material for MAT provided to you by your coaching centre in hard copy  among others.

 

The more you study the MAT study material and the more you practice on MAT Mock tests and MAT sample papers, the more you will be able to score in MAT exam.

 

How to Crack MAT Exam with 95 Percentile
It may be noted that even 60-70 percent of the total questions in MAT exam, if attempted right can fetch you a percentile of 95-98. So prepare accordingly. MAT Preparation does not require you to study round the clock, instead you need to study smartly and with intelligent approach to crack the maximum questions correctly in minimum time to achieve high score.

 

The four sections of  MAT exam need a systematic study schedule. Looking at the level of difficulty, a consistent preparation of 2-3 months is required to crack MAT exam.

 

According to the experts and toppers, the best way to prepare for MAT exam is to know your strengths and weaknesses and start working on them now. Since there is time to get over with your weakness and further strengthen your strong areas, you must devote around 2-3 hours a day from now on to crack MAT with a high score. 

 

MAT 2019 exam will have 4 major sections contributing to your percentile score. Attempt any section within overall time limit. You need to ensure high score in each of the 4 sections as there is also a sectional score cut off in good B-schools.

 

This is the right time that you should begin your MAT 2019 preparation. MAT does not require you to attempt all the questions but the need is to maximise your correct attempts and minimise the wrong attempts. MAT is an easy exam and as such the MAT Preparation does not require you to study round the clock, instead you need to study smartly and with intelligent approach to crack the questions correctly in minimum time to achieve high score.

MAT 2019 Mock Tests 

To help MAT 2019 aspirants prepare and perform better in the MAT February 2019 exam, experts at MBAUniverse.com have prepared MAT 2019 Mock tests based on the MAT paper pattern & key changes in MAT 2019 February exam with answer keys and solutions. Expected Questions... Prepared by India’s Top Experts 

 

How the MAT Mock Tests 2019 are Prepared?
MAT 2019 Mock Tests and MAT exam Sample papers with solutions are based on the MAT exam pattern and type of questions asked in the MAT test paper. MAT Mock tests contain the questions which are relevant both to MAT Paper based Mock test as well as MAT computer based Mock test.  These MAT Mock tests and MAT Sample papers will enable the MAT test takers to become conversant with the MAT exam pattern, type and topics on which questions could be asked in MAT 2019 February exam.

 

MAT Mocks with Different LoDs

Difficulty level in each MAT Mock rises after you go on attempting them one by one. For example the level of difficulty in MAT Mock-1 is kept at easy level followed by Mock-2 with slightly higher difficulty level and finally Mock-3 with greater difficulty level.

 

Expected Type of MAT Questions with Solution

For the benefit of serious MBA aspirants like yourself, MBAUniverse.com, India’s leading MBA aspirants website is happy to share expected type of questions, answers & Expert Solutions to MAT Mock tests. This will help you in predicting your MAT 2019 Percentile. Follow the instructions and directions as given in the test questions

 

MAT Mock Test-1

  • MAT 2019 Mock Test-1 has low difficulty level
  • The MAT Mock is based on MAT exam pattern
  • It consists of 200 MCQs divided in 5 sections
  • Each question including RC passages have been carefully selected
  • Candidates can answer the questions with ease
  • After completion of the Mock Test, you can check your score

Take MAT Mock-1 

 

MAT Mock Test-2

  • This is MAT Mock test with moderate to high difficulty level
  • The MAT Mock question paper is full length MAT test paper divided in test sections as specified in MAT exam
  • You can check you MAT score after attempting the complete MAT Mock test

Take MAT Mock Test Paper

 

MAT Mock Test-3

  • This MAT Mock test has higher difficulty level
  • The MAT Sample paper is on the lines of current MAT paper pattern
  • The 3rd MAT Sample paper 2019 consists of 200 questions divided in 5 sections
  • The MAT sample paper consists of questions on the pattern expected in MAT exam 2019
  • On completion of all the sections in this MAT sample paper, you can check your scores with correct answers to the questions as appeared in MAT Mock test-3

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Important tips to Prepare and appear for MAT Exam
MAT question paper is an objective type test with Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs). Here are the key details about the MAT 2019 exam:

  • MAT 2019 Exam consists of 200 Objective Type Questions (MCQs)
  • MAT Exam is divided in 5 sections with 40 questions in each section
  • MAT Questions are of easy to moderate difficulty level
  • The 5 test sections in MAT 2019 exam are Language Comprehension, Mathematical skills, Data Analysis and Sufficiency, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning, Indian and Global Environment.

MAT Mock Test Paper: As per actual MAT Exam
Each of the 5 sections in MAT question paper will have 40 questions making it a total of 200 questions in MCQ format to be solved in 150 minutes. On the similar pattern all the MAT Mock tests have been prepared for MAT 2019 exam takers.

 

Individual time limit for each MAT section as suggested by AIMA is also shared against the respective MAT exam section. However, as the candidates can move from one section to other within overall time limit in the actual MAT exam, the similar facility has been provided while attempting free MAT Mocks 2019.

Section Name
Number of Questions
Suggested Time to solve (In Minutes)
Language Comprehension
40
 30
Intelligence and Critical Reasoning
40
 30
Data Analysis and Sufficiency
40
 35
Mathematical Skills
40
 40
Indian and Global Environment
40
 15
Total
200
150

How to answer MAT question?

  • You have to choose the correct answer option out of the multiple choices given below the question
  • Mark the correct answer option on the answer sheet if appearing in Paper Based Test
  • Click on the correct answer option if appearing in Computer based test
  • Time duration to complete the MAT exam is 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Each correct answer is awarded +1 Mark
  • Each wrong answer is penalized with -0.25 negative mark

Difficulty Level in MAT Exam
Although MAT Syllabus contains all the topics on which questions are asked in other MBA entrance exams also, MAT question papers and the MAT Mocks pattern reveal that MAT Exam does not throw tough questions in the MAT exam. 

 

GK Section in MAT 2019: Not Counted for Percentile Calculation
Score and percentile in MAT exam is awarded on the basis of 4 sections. The score of Indian & Global Environment is separately shown but is not taken into account to calculate the merit or percentile score in the MAT score card.
 

MAT Test Paper: Sections & Sub Sections
MAT Exam 2019 is further subdivided. This sectional sub-division in MAT 2019 makes MAT 2019 as an exam with 8 effective sections. The MAT 2019 Mock tests are prepared taking into account all these facts. Here are the key details:

  1. The section-1 in MAT exam 2019 on Language Comprehension is divided into two parts - Verbal Ability  and Reading Comprehension.
  2. Section-2 on Intelligence & Critical Reasoning also consists of two parts with Analytical and Logical Reasoning questions.
  3. The section-3 in MAT exam consists of Data Analysis & Data sufficiency which also has two types of questions – the first type is on Data Analysis which is closer to Data Interpretation and other type of questions are on Data sufficiency.
  4. Section-4 in MAT exam is the Mathematical Skills section which is basically the Quantitative Ability section. It is very wide and covers each and every topic in Mathematics with greater emphasis on Arithmetic.
  5. Section-5 on Indian & Global Environment in MAT exam is the GK section which covers current affairs, static GK, Business & Economy, International current affairs, Who’s Who, Constitution of India, United Nations Organization among other key topics. The score of this section is not counted to determine merit score, so many candidates skip this section also.

MAT Exam Sections: Important Points to Note for Preparation

 

Section-1: Language Comprehension
Language Comprehension section in MAT is divided into 2 parts. The 1st part of MAT 2019 covers topics on Reading Comprehension passages and the 2nd part covers questions on Grammar & other parts of Verbal Ability. Key details are:

 

Part-1: Reading Comprehension  in MAT Exam

  • Number of Questions Based on RC Passages: 20
  • Sectional Weightage of RC in MAT Language Comprehension Section: 50%
  • Type of passages in MAT Exam on RC: 4 Short passages of moderate difficulty level
  • Division of questions: 5 questions based on each passage
  • Type of Questions: All of MCQ type with penalty of ¼  negative marking
  • Format of questions: Questions are based on information in RC passage; Antonyms/synonyms of the words & phrases as used in the passage; True/false statements; main idea of RC passage

Part-2: MAT Verbal Ability

  • Number of Questions: 20
  • Sectional Weightage in MAT Syllabus: 50%
  • Type of Questions: All of MCQ type with penalty for wrong answer
  • Jumbled Paragraphs (3-4 questions)
  • Error Correction of Verb, Noun, Pronoun, Adjective, Adverb and other parts of speech in the Sentences.
  • Correcting the sequence of sentences in the paragraph for example correct use of conditional sentence, time clauses, reported speech, passive writing (3-4 questions)
  • Antonyms/Synonyms (5-6 questions)
  • Fill in the blanks (3-4 questions)
  • One word substitution (1-2 questions)
  • Idioms/Phrases (2-3 questions)

Section-2: Intelligence and Critical Reasoning 
MAT previous test paper and the MAT Mocks reflect that this section has tricky questions. The section in MAT exam is divided in 2 parts – Intelligence Reasoning and Critical Reasoning. In other exams like CAT, critical reasoning questions are also asked in Verbal Ability section.  

  • Questions in Reasoning section can be individual or can be in the set of 3-4 questions.
  • Weightage of Reasoning Section in MAT exam: 20%
  • Weightage of Reasoning Section in MAT Percentile calculation: 25%
  • Total Reasoning questions in MAT syllabus for exam: 40
  • Type of Questions: MCQs
  • Past trend of question topics in MAT Reasoning: Questions were based on Family Relation, Statements-Cause & Effect, Clocks & Calendars, Statement –Assumptions, Reasons, analogies, direction, series, Incorrect Terms.

Section-3: Mathematical skills 
MAT Test section for Mathematical skills refers to the Quant topics on which MAT questions are based. MAT exam paper for Quant consists of everything in Mathematics that you may or may not expect. MAT exam on Quant is based on questions on different topics on Arithmetic, Algebra, Modern Math, Geometry, Mensuration, Trignometry among others. 

  • Number of Questions: 40.
  • Sectional weightage in MAT Exam: 20%
  • Sectional Weightage in Percentile calculation: 25%
  • Type of Questions: MCQs
  • Past trend in MAT exam pattern for Mathematics shows that there is More emphasis on Arithmetic with  number of questions going in the range of 15 to 16.
  • Questions are based on Interest, Percentages, Time and Work, Profit, Loss, Partnership.
  • Other questions are based on topics like Equations, Ratio, Proportion & Variation, Geometry & Mensuration, Permutation and Combinations, Probability among others

Section-4: Data Analysis and Sufficiency 
MAT exam 2019 for Data Analysis and Sufficiency covers more topics on Data Interpretation. The key details of the section in MAT exam are:

  • Number of Questions: 40
  • Type of questions: MCQs
  • Sectional weightage in MAT Exam: 20%
  • Sectional Weightage in MAT Percentile Calculation: 25%
  • Past trend of topics in MAT exam for Data Analysis shows that questions on Data Analysis are  based on text, tables, graphs (line, area), charts (column, bar, pie), venn diagram.
  • Data could be given in form of tables, charts or graphs.
  • In this section it is tested that how candidates can interpret the given data and answer questions based on it.
  • This section has more questions on data interpretation
  • Data comparison time remains the major hurdle to solve these questions with speed and accuracy
  • Questions on Data Interpretation (DI) occupy more than 50% of the section, rest of the part covers questions on data sufficiency and data comparison
  • The questions in this section of MAT question paper can be expected in sets as well as individual ones

Section-5: Indian and Global Environment 
Indian and Global Environment section in MAT exam refers to the GK section. It has questions on Business & Economy, Who’s who, current affairs, static GK among others.

  • Number of Questions: 40
  • Type of questions: MCQs
  • Sectional weightage in MAT: 20%
  • Sectional Weightage in Percentile Calculation: Nil
  • Past trend of topics in MAT Syllabus for Indian & Global Environment reveal that the Questions are formed on Film Awards, taxation & duties, Indian constitution, Who’s who, States of India, Sports, Recent events
  • Suggested time limit by AIMA to answer the 40 questions in this section is 15 minutes but 10 minutes are enough to attempt this section
  • The questions are based on conventional GK, business and economics, current affairs, international affairs
  • This section is not counted for percentile calculation in MAT exam
  • Many Candidates skip or answer very few questions in this section to save time for other sections

MBA Colleges accepting MAT

More than 300 B-schools are to accept MAT February 2019 scores and percentiles for their MBA Admissions 2019. Top MBA colleges accepting MAT score and percentile include BIMTECH Greater Noida (Specialized programmes), JIMS Rohini, Jaipuria Lucknow, IPE Hyderabad, VJIM Hyderabad, ISB&M Pune, IBA Bangalore and many others.

 

The admission process based on MAT score for MBA/PGDM 2019-21 batch is open till January/February 2019 in many top MBA colleges who will shortlist candidates for admission on the basis of MAT score.

 

MBA Colleges accepting MAT score 80 percentile & above

Colleges
Fee (Rs.in lakhs)
Application Status
9
Open 
 NA
Open | Apply Now
15.86 (Under Revision)
Open | Apply Now
10 (Under Revision)
Open | Apply Now
9.25
Open | Apply Now
11.95
Open | Apply Now
8
Open | Apply Now
8.9
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10.7
Open | Apply Now
6.30
Open | 
9
Open | Apply Now
6.98
Open | Apply Now
7.15
Open | Apply Now
7.5
Open | Apply Now
7.8
Open | Apply Now
 
MBA Colleges accepting MAT score 75-80 percentile
The list below contains the colleges accepting MAT score around 500 out of a composite score of 800. The candidates with other parameters may get admission in these colleges accepting MAT score around 500 or with MAT score above 75 percentile:
Colleges
Fee (Rs.in lakhs)
Application Status
7.2
Open | Apply Now
9.25
Open | Apply Now
7.5
Open | Apply Now
NA
Open | Apply Now
8.25
Open | Apply Now
10 (Under Revision)
Open | Apply Now
6.85
Open | Apply Now
7.5
Open | Apply Now
7.2
Open | Apply Now
6.49,5
Open | Apply Now
7.8
Open | Apply Now
6
Open | Apply Now
NA
Open | Apply Now
7.2
Open | Apply Now
7.87,5
Open | Apply Now
BULMIM New Delhi: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan`s Usha & Lakshmi Mittal Institute of Management6Open | Apply Now
 
MBA Colleges accepting MAT Score 65-70 percentile
Below are the colleges accepting MAT score above 450 and are among the colleges accepting MAT Score 65 percentile and above. Some of these MBA colleges are accepting MAT score of 70 percentile:
 
Colleges
Fee (Rs.in lakhs)
Application Status
6.99
Open | Apply Now
6.5
Open | Apply Now
7.4
Open | Apply Now
8
Open | Apply Now
 
Open | Apply Now
 
Open | Apply Now
5.6 (Under Revision)
Open | Apply Now
7.5
Open | Apply Now
6.45 (Under Revision)
Open | Apply Now
7.8
Open | Apply Now
 
Open | Apply Now
4.5
Open | Apply Now
10 (Under Revision)
Open | Apply Now
7
Open | Apply Now

MBA Colleges accepting MAT 50-60 percentile
The list below includes colleges accepting MAT score above 400. These MBA colleges accepting MAT score 50 percentile and above may also offer admission with MAT score below 50 percentile:

Colleges
Fee (Rs.in lakhs)
Application Status
4.8 (Under Revision)
Open | Apply Now
6.55
Open | Apply Now
5.5
Open | Apply Now
6.4
Open | Apply Now
4.3 (Under Revision)
Open | Apply Now

The top MBA colleges MAT score requirement and other MBA colleges MAT score shortlisting criteria in India are based on their MBA/PGDM admission policy 2019 and also the last year MAT score cut offs. The MAT 2019 score accepting colleges include autonomous management institutes, University B-schools offering MBA degree, private PGDM colleges among others. MAT score cut offs in these MBA colleges accepting MAT scores vary from institute to institute. Apart from the overall MAT score, many of the MAT accepting colleges also consider MAT sectional scores in shortlisting the candidates.

 

To get information on top MBA colleges accepting MAT score, Admission process, fee, placement, click on the MBA college in the list below and apply for admission. The admission dates are open now. For your benefit, the category-wise list of MBA Colleges accepting MAT 2019 exam score is below:

 

Top MBA Colleges Accepting MAT 2019 score
For MBA admission 2019, the colleges are accepting February MAT 2019 score as well as December MAT 2018 score. The candidates looking for top MBA colleges accepting MAT score can apply now. The list below consists of the top MBA colleges accepting MAT score. These are the colleges accepting MAT score out of a composite MAT score of 800. However, for the candidates with excellent academic profile, extra-curricular activities, many of these colleges can lower their cut offs:

Important points to note
If you are looking for the MBA/PGDM admission on the basis of MAT exam score, you should note the following important facts and points and take quick steps to apply and secure your MBA admission:

  • MAT 2019 score cut offs are applicable in more than 300 MBA colleges.
  • Many MBA colleges accept MAT exam score for their flagship programmes, while others accept it for other specialized programmes
  • Most of the MAT accepting colleges consider overall MAT cut offs, while a few of the MAT accepting colleges also consider MAT sectional cut offs in shortlisting the candidates.
  • These MBA colleges will accept MAT score of MAT 2019 exams apart from earlier MAT exam
  • Type of MBA colleges who accept MAT exam scores are Autonomous, University B-schools offering MBA degree, private PGDM colleges among others.

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