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MAT 2021: Exam Dates Dec Session (Out), Registration (Open), Eligibility, Pattern & Syllabus, Result, Cut Off

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Sachin Gupta

| Updated On - Sep 30, 2021

MAT 2021 Exam dates for the December session have been announced by AIMA. Also, MAT 2021 Registration has started for all 3 modes, i.e., IBT, PBT, and CBT, on September 29, 2021. As per the schedule, MAT 2021 PBT mode will be conducted on December 5, 2021. For MAT 2021 CBT mode, 2 exam dates have been released: November 21 and December 19. MAT 2021 exam for IBT mode will be conducted on 6 dates from November 27 to December 18, 2021. Check MAT 2021 Exam Dates

MAT 2021 Question paper will have 200 objective-type questions carrying 1 mark eachMAT 2021 Syllabus is divided into 5 sections carrying equal weightage. The weightage of Indian and global environment section is 20% in the paper but the marks scored in this subject will not be considered in the final Percentile Calculation process. Check MAT Exam Pattern

What is MAT exam? MAT stands for Management Aptitude Test. MAT is a national-level management entrance examination conducted by AIMA 4 times a year to provide admission to MBA/ PGDM courses offered by the top 750+ colleges across India. MAT exam is conducted in 4 sessions every year, i.e., February, May, September, and December. Every year around 30000 candidates register and appear in each session. Additionally, MAT exam is conducted in three modes; IBT, CBT, and PBT. Check MAT Eligibility Criteria

MAT Result 2021 has been released by AIMA on Sept 23 for all modes i.e. IBT, CBT, and PBT. MAT 2021 scorecard is valid for one year and these scores are accepted in 600+ colleges in India. Candidates who had appeared for MAT 2021 September session can check and download their results by visiting the official website. The participating colleges release their own qualifying MAT Cutoff to offer admission to the candidates. Based on previous year trends, MAT Cutoff for top B-schools like XIME Bangalore can be expected to be 95+ percentile. Candidates who clear the minimum cut off criteria will be able to participate in MAT 2021 Counselling Process. Read the article to know more about the application process and much more.

MAT Exam 2021 Highlights

Particulars Details
Name of Exam Management Aptitude Test - MAT 2021
Name of Organization All India Management Association (AIMA)
Level of Exam National
Validity of Scores 1 year
Mode of Application Online only
Application Fee
  • PBT/CBT - INR 1650
  • PBT and CBT/ IBT and CBT- INR 2750
Mode of Exam Online/Computer Based Test (CBT), Remote Proctored Internet-Based Test (IBT), and Offline/Paper Based Test(PBT)
Centralized Counselling No
Courses Offered MBA, PGDM
Medium of Instruction English
Number of Sessions a year 4
MAT Exam Centers PBT - 41 CBT - 31
MAT Helpline Number 011 - 24645100
011 - 24617354
011 - 43128100
MAT Helpline Email matpbt@aima.in 

MAT Exam Dates 2021: December Session (PBT/ CBT/ IBT Mode)

MAT Exam Dates 2021: December IBT Mode

Sr.no. IBT Test date Slots Last Date for Registration Release of Admit Card
1

November 27, 2021

10.00 am to 12.30 pm

4.00 pm to 6.30 pm

November 24, 2021

November 25, 2021

2

December 4, 2021

10.00 am to 12.30 pm

4.00 pm to 6.30 pm

December 1, 2021

December 2, 2021

3

December 5, 2021

10.00 am to 12.30 pm

4.00 pm to 6.30 pm

December 2, 2021

December 3, 2021

4

December 11, 2021

10.00 am to 12.30 pm

4.00 pm to 6.30 pm

December 8, 2021

December 9, 2021

5

December 12, 2021

10.00 am to 12.30 pm

4.00 pm to 6.30 pm

December 9, 2021

December 10, 2021

6

December 18, 2021

10.00 am to 12.30 pm

4.00 pm to 6.30 pm

December 15, 2021

December 16, 2021

MAT Exam Dates 2021: December CBT Mode 

Two Schedules have been released for MAT CBT Mode for the December session.

Schedule 1

Events Dates
Last Date for Online Registration November 14, 2021
Availability of Admit Card November 16, 2021
Test Date November 21, 2021

Schedule 2:

Events Dates
Last Date for Online Registration Dec 12, 2021
Availability of Admit Card Dec 14, 2021
Test Date Dec 19, 2021

MAT Exam Dates 2021: December PBT Mode 

Events Dates
Last Date for Online Registration

November 28, 2021

Availability of Admit Card

November 29, 2021

Test Date

December 5, 2021

Check MAT 2021 Important Dates

MAT Result

MAT 2021 Eligibility Criteria

To appear for MAT 2021, candidates must have a bachelor’s degree from a recognized institute in any stream. The major advantage that MAT aspirants have is that there’s no upper age limit to appear for the test along with the number of attempts i.e. candidates can appear for MAT as many times as they want to improve their ranks. Read detailed MAT 2021 Eligibility Criteria

Note: Candidates appearing for their bachelors’ final year exams in the year 2021 can also apply.

MAT 2021 Registration

Registration for MAT 2021 for the December session has begun. The application process dates for MAT PBT, MAT CBT, and MAT IBT are at different times. Candidates willing to appear can get themselves registered for either of the tests by paying the required application fee. How can I register for MAT 2021?

MAT 2021 Application Fee

Category Fees
PBT/CBT INR 1650
Both PBT and CBT INR 2750
Both IBT and CBT INR 2750
Both IBT and PBT INR 2750
MAT Admit Card

MAT 2021 Admit Card: PBT, IBT & CBT Mode

MAT 2021 Admit Card download process for IBT mode exams will start on November 25 and the admit cards will be made available 2 days before the respective MAT IBT exam dates.  AIMA will release MAT CBT Admit Card on Nov 16 for the 1st  CBT exam scheduled to be held on Nov 21, 2021. For the PBT mode exam, MAT Admit Card will be released on Nov 29, 2021. The steps to download the admit card are mentioned below. 

  • Visit the official website of AIMA MAT. 
  • Login using the registered Mobile Number and Password. 
  • There will be an option to download the Admit Card. 
  • Save the Admit Card/Hall Ticket to your device and on the drive as well. 
  • Take a printout of the Admit Card for use at the center.
  • Also, take a printout of the Test Instructions. 
  • In the exam center, the invigilator will verify the details and sign on it. 
  • The upper half of the admit card will be collected by the Invigilator and the lower half will be given to the candidate.

To know more about MAT Admit Card 2021, Click here

MAT Exam Pattern

MAT 2021 Exam Pattern

MAT Exam Pattern generally consists of 5 sections that broadly measure the candidate's ability in Mathematics, Reasoning, English, and General Awareness. The test pattern for MAT 2021 has not undergone any major changes and each section of MAT question paper will comprise 40 MCQs of easy-moderate difficulty level.

  • The paper can be attempted both online and offline based on the candidate's preferences.
  • A total of 200 questions will be asked in MAT 2021.
Subjects Marks Allotted Duration (in minutes) MAT Exam Pattern
Mathematics skills 40 40 Click Here
Language comprehension 40 30 Click Here
Intelligence and critical reasoning 40 30 Click Here
Indian and global environment 40 15 Click Here
Data analysis and sufficiency 40 35 Click Here
Total 200 150 -
  • Each Question is compulsory. 
  • All questions are objective in nature. 
  • For every correct answer, 1 mark will be awarded. 
  • For every wrong answer, 0.25 marks will be deducted. 
  • The examination will be conducted in 3 modes: Internet-Based Test (IBT), Computer Based Test (CBT), and Paper Based Test (PBT). 

Know how GK is important for MAT

MAT Syllabus

MAT 2021 Syllabus

MAT 2021 Syllabus is divided into five different sections carrying different weightage.

  • Mathematical Skills will comprise topics like Algebra, Mensuration, Arithmetic, Geometry, Trigonometry.
  • MAT Syllabus for Language Comprehension is divided into Reading Comprehension and Verbal Ability.
  • Questions on Data analysis and sufficiency will be based on texts, tables, graphs, charts, and Venn diagrams.
  • MAT Intelligence and Critical Reasoning will comprise of questions from topics like seating arrangement, blood relations, syllogisms, coding/ decoding, ranking, etc.
  • The Indian & Global Environment section syllabus for MAT comprises questions from both current affairs and static gk.

Which are the Best Books for MAT 2021 Preparation?

Sections Sectional weightage in MAT Syllabus Sectional Weightage in Percentile Calculation
Mathematics skills 20% 25%
Language comprehension 20% 25%
Data analysis and sufficiency 50% 25%
Intelligence and critical reasoning 20% 25%
Indian and global environment 20% -
MAT Paper Analysis

MAT 2021 Paper Analysis

All India Management Association has successfully conducted MAT 2021 for the May/ June session for PBT and CBT modes on June 26, 2021 . The IBT mode tests were conducted between May 30 and June 20, 2021. Check Detailed MAT 2021 Paper Analysis

  • The question papers of MAT 2021 June exams were of moderate difficulty, like they have always been for the past few years.
Session Paper Analysis
May/ June Session 2021
  • The Language Comprehension section was easy
  • The Mathematical skill section was moderate to difficult.
  • Data Analysis and Sufficiency was moderate
  • Intelligence and Critical Reasoning was Moderate to difficult.
  • Indian & Global Environment was easy like that of the previous year.
February Session 2021
  • The Intelligence and Critical Reasoning section had more questions focused on Analytical and Logical Reasoning and the number of Critical Reasoning questions was reported to be less. The section was long and thus time taking.
  • The Mathematical skill section was moderate but was time taking. About 50 percent of this section of MAT had questions on Pie Charts, Graphs, Charts, Bar Diagrams, Data Comparison. The rest of the section had questions from Data Comparison and Data Sufficiency.
  • Indian & Global Environment section was easy.
December Session 2020
  • The Language Comprehension section was slight on the moderate scale with certain topics carrying difficult questions.
  • In the Mathematical skill section, the Arithmetic section dominated the paper entirely. It was a moderate to difficult scale. About 50 percent of this section of MAT exam was dominated by Data Interpretation that included questions from Graphs, Pie Charts, Bar Diagrams, Charts, Line Graph, Data Comparison.
  • Intelligence and Critical Reasoning section was lengthy with more focus on Statement-Assumptions, Reasons, Analogies and Direction, Series, and Incorrect terms. o There were 40 questions in this section with maximum questions on Government Policies, COVID-19 and its global implications, Rules, Regulations, JIO- Facebook deal, Awards, CAA, GST, Constitution of India, Appointments, Capitals, US Trade Policy, Current Nationals, and International Events.
September Session 2020
  • Language comprehension section was difficult with questions on Antonyms/Synonyms, One Word Substitution, Errors in Sentence Formation, Fill in the blanks, Phrases & Idioms and Jumbled Paragraphs. There were five RC passages, each carrying four questions.
  • The mathematical skill section according to the candidates was one of the most difficult to solve.
  • In Data Analysis and Sufficiency, most of the questions were from Graphs, Pie Charts, Bar Graph, Venn Diagrams, Charts, Line Graph, Data Comparison. It was moderate in nature.
  • The Intelligence and Critical Reasoning section was slightly lengthy and questions were of moderate level of difficulty.
  • Indian and Global environment was easy to solve according to the candidates.
MAT Preparation Strategy

MAT 2021 Preparation Strategy

Section No. of Question Suggested Time (in mins) Preparation Tips
Mathematics skills 40 40 Understand concepts and theorems well, as theorems are used to solve many questions. Be quick with calculations.
Language comprehension 40 25-30 Improve reading speed with a focus on understanding the core idea of the topic.
Data analysis and sufficiency 40 35 Be well-versed with charts, graphs, and tables.
Intelligence and critical reasoning 40 30 Understand the FACT hidden in the question, and then frame the logic. Have a critical thinking approach while answering.
Indian and global environment 40 15 Make notes out of newspapers, magazines, blogs. Memorize static GK topics from magazines like Manorama.

How should I start preparing for MAT 2021? Click here

MAT Sample Papers

MAT 2021 Sample Papers & Mock Tests

One of the best ways to score well in MAT is to solve several practice papers and previous years questions. This will help you in developing an idea of what to expect while writing the actual paper. This will also help in building confidence. 

To get more sample papers, check - MAT Sample Papers Free Download

MAT 2021 Result & Scorecard 

MAT 2021 Result for the September session has been released. Check the following steps to download and check MAT 2021 Result. 

  • Visit the official website of AIMA MAT. 
  • Login using the registered email address, DOB, and password. 
  • You can now download MAT 2021 Score Card. 
  • Check if all the details match your documents. 
  • Take a printout of the MAT Score Card for future reference.
MAT Score vs Percentile

MAT 2021 Score vs Percentile 

MAT 2021 consists of 5 sections but the candidate will be scored on the basis of 4 sections only. The 5th section which is Indian & Global Environment is not taken into consideration. 

  • MAT 2021 consists of 40 questions of 1 mark each but the end marks are calculated out of 160 marks instead of 200 marks. 
  • The scores that candidates acquire are scaled to 100 for each section. Thus, the scaled scores are awarded in the section from 0-100.
  • Later, the scaled score which the candidate acquires is converted into a percentile score based on the relative performance of one candidate as compared to others. 
  • The composite score is calculated out of 800 marks and the scaled scores of 0-199 are converted into composite scores.

What is a good score in MAT?

MAT 2021 Raw Score vs Scaled Score

MAT Sections Marks Allotted Composite Score Scale
Language Comprehension 40 0 to 100
Mathematical Skills 40 0 to 100
Data Analysis & Sufficiency 40 0 to 100
Intelligence & Critical Reasoning 40 0 to 100
Indian and Global Environment* 40* 0 to 100*
Total 200 400 converted to Maximum composite score of 800
MAT Cut Off

MAT 2021 Cut Off

College MAT Cut Off Range
BIMTECH Greater Noida (Specialized programs) 80-85
XIME Bangalore 80-85
Balaji Institute Of Modern Management (BIMM) Pune 80-85
International School of Business & Media (ISB&M) Pune 80-85
School of Inspired Leadership - SOIL Gurgaon  80-85
SIESCOMS Navi Mumbai 80-85
Jagan Institute of Management Studies (JIMS) Rohini, Delhi 80-85
Jaipuria Institute of Management (Jaipuria) Noida 80-85
New Delhi Institute of Management (NDIM) New Delhi 80-85
VIPS-TC-Delhi School of Business Delhi 80-85
Christ University Bengaluru 80-85
VIT Business School (VIT) Vellore 80-85
IMS Ghaziabad 75-80
IPE Hyderabad: Institute of Public Enterprise 75-80
AIMS School of Business (AIMS) Bangalore 75-80
GITAM Visakhapatnam 75-80
Lexicon Management Institute of Leadership and Excellence (MILE) Pune 75-80
St. Joseph Institute of Management, Bangalore 65-70
J K Business School Gurgaon 65-70
GITAM Business School Hyderabad 65-70
GITAM School of Business Bengaluru 65-70
Vivekanand Education VESIM Mumbai 65-70
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's Usha & Lakshmi Mittal Institute of Management (BULMIM) 65-70

Check MAT Cut Off for Top B-schools here

MAT Colleges Accepting MAT Score (80-90 Percentile)

Name of College Percentile Average Placement Packages
Amity Business School, Noida 90+  6 LPA
Christ University Bengaluru 80-90 6 LPA
BIMTECH Greater Noida 80-90 10 LPA
SIESCOMS Navi Mumbai 80-90 7.14 LPA
Jagan Institute of Management Studies (JIMS), Rohini Delhi 80-90 6.5 LPA
Indus Business Academy 80-90 6.5 LPA
Institute of Management Studies (IMS) 80-90 6.1 LPA
IPE Hyderabad, Institute of Public Enterprise 80-90 6.09 LPA
Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow 80-90 6 LPA
New Delhi Institute of Management (NDIM) 80-85 6.5 LPA
Vignana Jyothi Institute of Management 80-85 6 LPA
IES Management College and Research Centre 80-85 5 LPA
ITM Business School, Navi Mumbai 80-85 7.6 LPA

MAT Colleges Accepting MAT Score (70-80 Percentile)

Name of College Percentile Average Placement Packages
IMS Ghaziabad 75-80 6.1 LPA
AIMS School of Business (AIMS) Bangalore 70-75 4.92 LPA
GITAM Visakhapatnam 70-75 5.2 LPA
Lexicon Management Institute of Leadership and Excellence (MILE) Pune 70-75 6.5 LPA
Indus Business Academy (IBA) Bangalore 75-80 12 LPA
Chetna CIMR 75-80 5.42 LPA
Kristu Jayanti College (KJC) Bangalore 70-75 3.2 LPA
Rajagiri Centre for Business Studies (RCBS) Cochin 70-75 4.5 LPA

Know Top participating B-schools in MAT 2021

MAT Colleges Accepting MAT Score (60-70 Percentile)

Name of College Percentile Average Placement Packages
St. Joseph Institute of Management, Bangalore 65-70 6.25 LPA
J K Business School Gurgaon 65-70 6 LPA
GITAM Hyderabad Business School Hyderabad 65-70 6 LPA
GITAM School of Business Bengaluru 65-70 3.5 LPA
Vivekanand Education VESIM Mumbai 65-70 7.11 LPA
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's Usha & Lakshmi Mittal Institute of Management (BULMIM) 65-70 5.75 LPA
EMPI Business school New Delhi 60-65 6.5 LPA
Jaypee Business School, Noida 60-65 7.4 LPA
CII School of Logistics, Amity University, Noida 60-65 5.5 LPA
National Institute of Financial Management (NIFM), Faridabad -Delhi NCR 60-65 6.7 LPA
Accurate Institute of Management And Technology 55-60 5 LPA
Acharya Bangalore B-School (ABBS) Bangalore 65-70 3 LPA

MAT 2021 Counselling

AIMA does not carry out any common counselling process, hence each of the 800+ colleges conducts its own counselling. MAT Counselling includes three rounds post the declaration of results, i.e., GD, PI, and WAT.  Candidates will be able to select 5 participating colleges during the registration process. Candidates need to carry the following documents for participating in MAT Counselling 2021:

  • MAT Admit Card
  • MAT Scorecard
  • Passport-size photographs
  • 10th  & 12th Marksheet
  • Marksheet of Graduation

MAT 2021 Related Articles:

MAT FAQs

MAT 2021 FAQs

Ques. How many times is MAT exam conducted in a year?

Ans. MAT exam is conducted multiple times a year in 4 sessions, namely, February, May/June, September, and December.

Ques. Is MAT exam syllabus different for online and offline modes?

Ans. No, MAT Syllabus is the same for all modes, be it IBT, CBT, or PBT. Hence, candidates need to prepare as per one prescribed syllabus for taking the exam in any mode.

Ques. Will MAT 2021 December session exam be conducted in IBT mode?

Ans. Yes, MAT 2021 exam will be conducted in IBT mode from November 27 to December 18, 2021. Apart from this mode, MAT 2021 will also be held in CBT and PBT modes.

Ques. What is the test pattern for MAT 2021?

Ans. MAT 2021 exam consists of 200 questions divided equally into 5 sections. Each question will be of 1 mark and there will be no negative marking for wrong answers.

Ques. Who conducts MAT exam?

Ans. MAT exam is conducted every year by the All India Management Association (AIMA).

Ques. Are MAT scores valid for more than a year from the declaration of results?

Ans. No, MAT scores are valid only for 1 year from the date of announcement of the results. Hence, candidates can apply for admission to MAT score accepting colleges for one year only.

*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College.

Comments


321 Comments
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sheetal chib
Which study mode is better: online coaching, offline coaching or self study?
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yanika singh

Hi sheetal, it is an individual decision based on what suits you. If you wish to go for offline coaching, factors like conveyance, expenses and an institution that suits your requirement should be considered. Same goes for online as well. You must consider the online and offline options thoroughly, whichever offers you the help and coaching that you need, as for the self study part, it is vital whether or not you opt for a coaching. For more information on MAT coaching, refer to the link : MAT Coaching Institutes

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arushi thankur
What tips should candidates follow to prepare for MAT in the last month?
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yanika singh

As the last minute preparation, you must revise what you have already prepared/studied. Avoid picking up new topics to study, and practice from the previous year papers. For the last month, it is always advisable that you keep doing practice papers, they help you to stay in touch with the patter, helps you understand how to manage your time in the actual exam. For more information, kindly refer to this link : MAT preparation tips

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priya
What is the section wise time one should allot for MAT preparation?
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yanika singh

MAT exam has 5 sections. For Language and comprehension section you may give it an hour daily, for the maths and data analysis part, you may give 2 – 2:30 hours on daily basis. The ICR and IGE sections, a dedicated 1:30-2 hours study is a must. For a better preparation, you may make a habit of attempting one mock paper everyday. to read more, refer to this link : MAT preparation tips 2021

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shatakshi patki
Which section should I prioritize in MAT paper?
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yanika singh

Prioritize the section that according to you is a weaker one. Studying each section based on your capacity is important, go through the exam pattern and then make a list of what you may need to dedicate more time to and which section you would be able to complete/study faster. For more information on preparation, kindly refer to this link : Preperation tips for MAT 2021

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solanki vishal
Exam Which language ? Papar style ? Gujarati medium available ?
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yanika singh

The exam is conducted in english language. The paper has 5 sections and each section carries a different marks weightage and number of questions. You might find preparation books for MAT in Gujarati language, but the exam is conducted in english medium only. 

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deep jyoti das
Please provide me a list of general books for MAT preparation.
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shivangi srivastava

Some general books to prepare for MAT examination are listed here for your reference: Complete Guide for MAT and Other MBA Entrance Exams by Disha Publications, Face to Face MAT (Past Years) by BS Sijwali, Study package for MAT by Arun Sharma, MAT Score Accelerator by Disha Publications, etc. You can get a list of more overall and section wise books from: MAT Preparation Books.

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sunny pandey
How can candidates prepare for Critical Reasoning section?
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shivangi srivastava

The candidates must read questions asked in Intelligence and Critical Reasoning carefully and think clearly before taking any further action or answering. They must not make any unnecessary guesses or assumptions. They must manage time and speed accordingly as it is a tricky question. For more tips, you may refer to: MAT ICR Preparation Tips.

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sadim ansari
How to prepare for different topics of Data Sufficiency?
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shivangi srivastava

The Data Analysis and Sufficiency section of MAT paper consists of 4 main study areas, these are namely: Graphs and Charts, Data sufficiency, Data comparison and Caselet. Thereby numerical based questions must be answered carefully with utmost practice. The questions involving pie charts, bar graphs, line graphs, etc. must be understood carefully. For more topic wise tips, please check: MAT Data Analysis Preparation.

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sheetal chib
Provide me a list of important topics for Mathematical Skills along with some tips.
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shivangi srivastava

Some of the most important topics covered in Mathematical Skills section are as follows: Profit and Loss, Speed, Time and Distance, Ratio and Proportion, Percentage, Average, Time and Work, Geometry, Algebra, Number Systems, Permutation and Combination, etc. More topics and preparation tips are linked here for you: MAT Mathematical Skills Tips.

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neha
How can a candidate approach Verbal Ability?
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shivangi srivastava

Candidates must focus on improving their vocabulary for Verbal Ability. They can refer to a good recommended book like: Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis. They must read newspapers, author’s blogs, journals, etc. and opt for Word games and Idioms Quiz for more practice. Solving previous year papers also helps in the preparation.

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arushi thankur
Suggest me some tips for Reading Comprehension.
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shivangi srivastava

The candidates must practice at least 3 to 4 passages every single day for Reading Comprehension. They can also read magazines and newspapers like: The Hindu, The Times of India and The Indian Express. Reading short stories or novels can also help them understand the theme of a given passage. For more tips, please refer to: MAT Language Comprehension Tips.

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priya
How should one prepare for the Language Comprehension section of MAT?
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shivangi srivastava

For the Language Comprehension section of MAT paper, candidates must adapt a daily habit of reading. These may include articles, magazines, newspapers, novels, short stories and more. They must focus on learning new words with the help of flashcards and improving their vocabulary. For more tips regarding the section, please check: MAT LC Preparation Tips.

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shatakshi patki
Can you provide me a proper and effective study plan to prepare for MAT?
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shivangi srivastava

Yes, we can provide you a properly organised study plan to prepare for MAT based on hourly, daily or monthly routine from our site. The candidates must divide their days/ hours according to the sections and topics given in the syllabus. They must focus more on their strong areas and try to work on their weak areas as well. For the plan, you can refer to the link: MAT Study Plan.

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kunal thakrar
How much is the suggested time to be spent on each section of MAT?
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shivangi srivastava

According to the advice given by experts, candidates must spend maximum time that is 40 minutes on Mathematical Skills as the section is time taking. They must spend 35 minutes on Data Analysis and Sufficiency and 30 minutes each on Language Comprehension and Intelligence and Critical Reasoning. Whereas, 15 minutes are advised to be spent on Indian and Global Environment.

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divakar sharma
How can I prepare for MAT at the last moment?
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shivangi srivastava

As per last minute tips, candidates must focus on revising the important study areas and formulas stated in MAT syllabus. They are advised not to spend time on learning new topics and work on their speed and accuracy. Revise General Knowledge notes carefully and get a proper sleep before the exam day. For more tips, you must check: MAT Last Minute Tips.

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thejongoyi
Can you send me the syllabus of Nu Mat exam
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aniket ranjan

MAT Syllabus is provided by the All India Management Association (AIMA) and it has been divided into five sections: Indian and Global Environment, Data Analysis and Sufficiency, Language Comprehension, Mathematical Skills, and Intelligence & Critical Reasoning. To get detailed syllabus for each section visit:- MAT EXAM SYLLABUS

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shubham sharma
What is the eligibility criteria to apply for top MBA colleges?
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aniket ranjan

All the participating colleges and institutes have their own set of eligibility criteria for admission. However, The basic eligibility criteria for admission to various top colleges of MBA program is graduation in any discipline from a recognized university. You need to check the percentage requirement as every institute has its own minimum percentage requirement for admission.

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ananya pandey
Is having a work experience mandatory to apply for MAT?
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aniket ranjan

No, work experience is not required for appearing in MAT entrance exam. The eligibility criteria for MAT entrance exam is Graduation in any stream with minimum 50% aggregate marks from recognized University or institution. 

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fauzia shahid
How can we apply for IBT mode? Give me step by step procedure.
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aniket ranjan

To apply for MAT Exam, First yo need to register yourself. For registration, Open the official website of AIMA MAT and Enter details such as Name, Phone Number, Email ID, Date of Birth and set a password. After registration you need to fill the application form where you need select mode of exam i.e IBT. Then upload the required documents and pay the application fee.

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shivkumar dama
If I forgot my MAT login password, can I recover it?
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aniket ranjan

Yes, you can recover your MAT password. For Password, you need to visit the official website and then go to MAT login window. There you will see “forget password” click on it. Then Provide e-mail address, mobile number, date of birth, etc. required to identify your application details. After that a link will be sent to the registered email address, click on the link to recover your password for MAT entrance exam.