Management Aptitude Test (MAT 2017) is a national level entrance test. Every year the exam is conducted by All India Management Association (AIMA). The candidates who are interested in the management education can appear for this entrance test. The MAT examination is held four times a year in month of February, May, September and December. MAT February 2017 Exam Dates has been released now. Here in this article we are providing you the detailed information regarding eligibility criteria, important dates, admit card, application form, exam pattern, and many more.
MAT Exam Dates (Announced)
Candidates may check exam dates for MAT February 2017 from below table:
|First week of
|Last date for
|Last week of
|Exam date||5th February
2017 (PBT mode) and 11th February 2017 (CBT mode)
|Within a month
after the examination
Check detailed MAT 2017 exam dates.
MAT 2017 Registration
MAT registration 2017 will be done through the online or offline process
The form will be provided from the first week of December 2017.
After submitting the application form online, the form be scrutinized by the examining committee and the candidates will get the acknowledgement slip.
This acknowledgement slip ensures that the form is filled and verified correctly.
The application form fee for all the candidates is Rs 1200/-.
There is no fee concession for the reserved category.
The fee can be paid through the following modes: Credit card/debit card, net banking, demand draft and through cash payment.
The demand draft will be made in favor of All India Management Association from any bank.
Check How to fill MAT Application Form in details.
Minimum qualification to appear for the test is graduation. The candidates who have completed their graduation in any of the streams like science, commerce and arts can apply for the exam.
The candidates who are in the final year of the graduation can also apply for the exam.
The candidates who have a minimum of 50% marks in their graduation can apply for the test (45% marks for the SC/ST candidates). The NRI candidates can also appear for the test.
There is no age limit to appear for the MAT exam. The candidates of any age can appear for this entrance test.
There is no attempt limit for the examination.
Check complete MAT eligibility criteria from here.
MAT Exam Pattern
Mode of Exam: MAT examination will be held online as well as offline.
No. of Questions: The question paper will consist of 200 questions.
Total Marks: There are five sections and each section will carry forty marks.
Marking Scheme: Each question will carry one mark.
Negative Marking: For every wrong answer ¼ marks is deducted.
Subjects: The question paper will consist of the five sections mainly language comprehension, mathematical skills, data analysis and sufficiency, intelligence and critical reasoning and Indian and Global Environment.
|Indian & Global