MAT 2018 Exam

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About MAT 2018

Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is a national-level MBA entrance test, conducted quarterly by the All India Management Association (AIMA). MAT is conducted in the months of February, May, September and December, in offline (paper-pen) and online (computer) modes. Candidates may follow our MAT Preparation Tips and MAT Exam Checklist to boost their chances of scoring high in the exam. Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is a standardised test being administered since 1988 to facilitate Business Schools (B-Schools) to screen candidates for admission to MBA and allied programmes. Govt. of India, Ministry of HRD approved MAT as a national level test in 2003. The test scores are used for admission to various MBA, PGDM, and allied management programmes. 


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MAT 2018 Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility norms for MAT examination have remained unchanged over the years. MAT has ‘No Age Bar’ and anyone with the prescribed qualification can appear for the examination. All India Management Association (AIMA) does not restrict anyone who is aspiring to seek admission to the MBA course through MAT. The detailed eligibility norms for MAT examination are elaborated below.

  • Interested candidates who are aspiring to appear for MAT must note that there is no age limit.
  • On the other hand, eligibility in MAT does not impose any age bar to appear for the examination.
  • One must possess a graduate degree from any recognised university or institute to appear for MAT examination.
  • According to AIMA, candidates with a graduation degree in any discipline can register for MAT examination.
  • Students who are yet to complete their three-year or four-year UG degree and are pursuing their final year can also apply for MAT. There is no restriction in this regard. However, final admission is based on the qualifying status of the candidates in the UG degree.
  • Generally, the minimum percentage required for the candidates in UG degree is 50%. However, the minimum qualifying marks or percentage in UG degree for the admission to management programmes varies for different institutes.
  • Applicants do not necessarily need any work experience to register for MAT examination.

The eligibility criteria mentioned above is based on the eligibility details for MAT over the past few years. If AIMA makes any changes in the eligibility details for MAT, it will issue a fresh notification.

Candidates may follow our MAT Preparation Tips and go through our MAT Exam Checklist to boost their chances of scoring high in the next MAT exam. 

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MAT 2018 Syllabus

Candidates planning to take the upcoming MAT (Management Aptitude Test) are advised to check the MAT Syllabus before starting their preparations. Aspirants may also check our MAT Preparation Tips and MAT Exam Checklist to become ready for the exam day. 

As far as AIMA MAT 2018 syllabus is concerned, candidates can cover all the necessary topics of examination if they study well. In addition to making a plan as per MAT syllabus, candidates would become familiar with all the important subjects of the examination. 

The syllabus for MAT includes graduation level questions, it is designed to test the candidate's general qualification. The MAT exam is divided into 5 Sections - Mathematical skills, Language Comprehension, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning, Indian and Global Environment and Data Analysis and Efficiency.

Syllabus for Language Comprehension:

This section mostly contains Verbal Reasoning, Analogies, One-word substitution, Syllogisms, Contextual Usage, Antonyms, Jumbled Paragraphs, Idioms, Sentence Completion, Foreign language words used in English, Sentence Correction, Fill in the Blanks.

Syllabus for Mathematical Skill:

The different types of questions that the candidates face in this section are based on In-equations Quadratic & Linear equations, Profit & Loss, Ratios & Proportions, Algebra, Averages, Geometry, Percentages, Time-Speed-Distance, Work & Time, Number System, Vectors Geometric Progression, HCF & LCM, Partnership (Accounts).

Syllabus for Data Analysis and Sufficiency:

The questions in this section are mostly based on different graphs such as Line Charts, Bar Graphs, Graphs, Pie Chart, Venn Diagram, Column Graphs etc.

Syllabus for General Intelligence and Critical Reasoning:

This section contains questions based on Assumption-Premise-Conclusion, Statements Critical Reasoning, Sequencing, Visual reasoning, and Assumptions, Identifying valid interferences, Coding and Decoding, Assertion, and reasons, Linear arrangements, Identifying reasons, Matrix arrangements, Family tree, and effect, Cause, etc.

Syllabus for Indian and Global Environment:

Current Affairs, Quotations from important personalities, Major events in corporate, Books and authors, Science, Geography, History, Business, Awards, Entertainment, Politics, Top officials of big companies, Sports, etc.

Reference Books for MAT Exam:

  • L. Loni by Plane Trigonometry (Part I)
  • S.Aggarwal by Quantitative Aptitude
  • Secrets of MAT
  • S. Aggarwal by Math’s –11th &12th
  • M. Tyra & K. Kundan by Practice Book on Quicker Maths
  • 501 Word Analogy (conformity) Questions
  • Hall & Knight by Higher Algebra
  • Competitive exam books by Arihant Publication
  • D Sharma by Quantitative Aptitude
  • M. K. Pendy -Analytical Reasoning

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MAT 2018 Exam Pattern

Familiarity with MAT Exam Pattern is a must if you're preparing for the popular management entrance exam. MAT is conducted both in paper-based and computer-based format by All India Management Association (AIMA). One of the biggest advantages of taking the Management Aptitude Test is that it can be taken four times a year. A candidate can choose to take the exam in the months of February, May, September, and December. Candidates may go through our MAT Preparation Tips and MAT Exam Checklist to increase their chances of scoring high in the exam.

Examination modes

Paper-based & Computer-based

Total No. of Sections


Questions in each Section


Total No. of Questions


Duration of the Exam

150 minutes

No. of Options per Question


Marking Scheme per Question

1 mark for every correct answer

Negative Marking

-0.25 deduction for every incorrect answer

Total Sections

Language Comprehension

Intelligence & Critical Reasoning

Data Analysis & Sufficiency

Mathematical Skills

Indian & Global Environment

  • MAT exam is conducted in English language only.
  • The examination comprises of multiple choice questions offering four answer choices for every question.
  • Attempting 105 to 120 questions is considered a good attempt.

Section-wise MAT Exam Pattern:

Name of the Section Number of Questions Duration (in Minutes)

Language Comprehension

40 40

Mathematical Skills

40 30

Data Analysis & Sufficiency

40 35

Intelligence & Critical Reasoning

40 40

Indian & Global Environment

40 15
Total 200 150

Marking Scheme of MAT Exam Pattern 2018:

You will get 1 mark for every correct answer and 1/4th (0.25) of the total marks of the question is deducted for every incorrect answer. The maximum marks that you can score are 200.

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MAT February 2018 Exam Analysis

AIMA conducted the Management Aptitude Test (MAT) in the Paper-Based format on February 4, 2018 as well as in the Computer-Based format on February 17, 2018. The offline exam had no surprise elements although Verbal, Critical Reasoning and Data Analysis & Data Sufficiency sections had some tricky questions, which were time-consuming.

The overall difficulty level of MAT exam conducted on Sunday, Feb 4 was medium. According to students, GK in Indian and Global Environment, Critical Reasoning, and Data Analysis sections had few questions that were tough in terms of difficulty level. These questions turned out to be lengthy and therefore students were found gasping for time. Managing time is an important factor to successfully all the 5 sections of the MAT exam.

In the Management Aptitude Test, there are usually 200 questions which are divided into 5 sections. The exam was taken by students in 51 test cities across the country from 10 AM to 12.30 PM. Students had a time limit of 150 minutes to attempt 200 questions, which means that less than 1 minute was available to attempt each question.

In this paper, students were found struggling to finish the exam as certain questions were really time-consuming. The same pattern was followed in the Computer-Based Test, which took place on February 17, 2018. Both the papers had the same difficult level.

All the questions asked in the test carry equal marks. For every correct answer, 1 mark is awarded. For every wrong answer, there is a negative marking, which means 0.25 mark is deducted. All the questions asked in the examination are in MCQ format. Each question is followed by 4 options of answers.

The following table shows the ideal time limit to tackle each section of MAT and attempts required per section to score well in the exam.


No. of Questions

Ideal Time

Ideal Attempts

Expected Cut-off Marks

Language Comprehension


28 minutes



Intelligence and Critical Reasoning


40 minutes



Data Analysis and Sufficiency


35 minutes



Mathematical Skills


37 minutes



Indian and Global Environment


10 minutes


Separate sectional marks,

not considered in percentile calculation



150 minutes



Watch out for detailed analysis of MAT Feb 2018!

MAT December 2017 Exam Analysis

The paper-based test conducted on 10th December, 2017 from 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM had 200 questions divided into 5 sections. Candidates were supposed to answer the 200 questions within the time limit of 150 minutes. This means that MAT test takers had less than 1 minute to answer each of 200 questions in the examination. 

According to the feedback from test takers, the overall difficulty level of MAT 2017 December exam was moderate with the section of Data Analysis & Reasoning being on the tricky side. In the section of Indian and Global Enviornment, a few of the GK question were difficult and consumed candidates' extra time. The previous MAT exam was on the same lines, with the Data Analysis & Sufficiency as well as Critical Reasoning sections being a little tough and time-consuming.  

There was no notification from AIMA (All India Management Association) regarding any change in the MAT December 2017 exam. Therefore, it was expected to be similar to the previous test. 

The MAT exam score is accepted by various participating institutes such as TAPMI Manipal, Christ University Bangalore etc for admissions to their management programmes. The MAT cut-off 2017 is expected to go higher in most B-Schools. The cut-off may touch 95+ percentile for top B-Schools accepting MAT score above 600. Meanwhile, candidates may check Latest News & Updates on MAT December 2017 exam.

Brief Analysis of MAT December 2017 Exam

Sections No. of Questions Suggested Time Ideal Time Ideal Attempts
Language Comprehension 40 30 minutes 25 minutes 28
Intelligence and Critical Reasoning 40 40 minutes 40 minutes 25
Data Analysis and Sufficiency 40 35 minutes 35 minutes 23
Mathematical Skills 40 30 minutes 40 minutes 25
Indian and Global Enviornment 40 15 minutes 10 minutes 18
Total 200 150 minutes 150 minutes 116

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How to Prepare for MAT 2018

When it comes to preparing for an exam like the Management Aptitude Test (MAT), it is important to have a strategy beforehand in order to perform well in the exam. MAT scores are accepted for admission to management courses offered at some of the leading B-Schools in the country. Since the level of competition for this exam is extremely high, candidates must focus on creating a plan that works for them and that they can follow easily without any hassles. 

Preparation Tips for MAT Exam:

Tools for MAT Preparation: The biggest advantage for students taking the MAT examination is the fact that MAT question paper has remain unchanged for quite some time now. Therefore, students can refer to MAT sample papers prepared by experts based on MAT previous year papers. Candidates may refer to the MAT practice questions and MAT sample papers with solutions as they are good tools for MAT exam preparation.
Familiarity with Exam Pattern & Syllabus: In the process of preparation, knowing where to start is the key to making a successful exam strategy. One should know the MAT exam pattern and MAT syllabus thoroughly to crack MAT exam paper with high score. Based on the exam pattern and syllabus, candidates may then gather best MAT exam study material such as MAT preparation books, MAT sample papers, MAT practice book and MAT previous year papers. 

Also Read: How to Select Study Material & Coaching Centre for MBA Preparation

Plan Study Routine: Once you know the exam pattern and syllabus as well as the study material for MAT, candidates may plan a study routine in advance, allotting time for each subject. This way, they will be more organised and would be able to study each subject systematically. Unorganised way of preparation has the potential to disrupt test takers' concentration and reduce productivity.

Crash Courses: There is nothing wrong with enrolling in a good institute for MAT preparation. Some institutes that provide coaching for MAT exam preparation can help candidates become familiar with the exam format. Such institutes also hold tests. on a regular basis to help candidates practice well for the exam. As part of the preparation process, group discussions are also conducted to help candidates develop speaking prowess and gain knowledge about important happenings in the world. The best part, however, is that these institutes provide a very competitive atmosphere to students, which is extremely important to keep them motivated.

Speed and Accuracy: First, candidates should focus on solving the papers subject-wise, within the time-limit. Then, they may take an entire model paper or a previous paper and try to finish the same in time. While speed is a crucial aspect, accuracy is paramount to acheiving a good score in MAT. Extensive practice sessions can help candidates achieve both. While MAT's emphasis is more on accuracy rather than speed, candidates must utilise the allocated time wisely. He/she should become familiar with the mechanics of the test in order to pace himself/herself appropriately for the exam.

Also Read: 5 Hacks to Help You Prepare for Exams

Time management: Before starting the exam, candidates should spend five minutes atleast to take a look at the paper for five minutes. in the beginning, test takers should focus on solving the easier questions first and then moving on to the tougher ones. Candidates must read the instructions and questions in the paper carefully. They should not waste any time on a question if they get stuck. Re-checking the paper before submission is extremely important just to ensure that there has no misinterpretation of questions.

Confidence is the Key: Staying nervousness throughout the course of MAT exam preparation could turn out to be a big roadblock. Candidates must try and stay confident in order to answer the questions efficiently.

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MAT 2018 Participating Colleges

The list of MAT 2018 participating colleges is released by AIMA. There are more than 600 B-schools that offer admission based on MAT 2018 examination. All the colleges accepting MAT scores have been divided into four zones – East, West, North, and South. While filling the application form, candidates have to select five MAT participating institutes. In order to become eligible for admission in any of the participating colleges, candidates have to qualify the examination and score the required cut-off marks of the institute where he/she has applied.

After the announcement of MAT result, AIMA sends scores to the participating institutions that had been selected by candidates during the MAT 2018 registration process. The MAT participating institutes call candidates for further rounds of selection process such as Group Discussion and Personal Interview based on their MAT scores.

How to Provide College Choices During Form Filling

  • Visit the official website of MAT i.e.

  • Fill the preference of B-schools while filling the application process.

  • Check your preferred B-Schools' cut-offs.

  • You can select five colleges/institute as per your choice in the application form.

  • You must lock your selected choices by clicking on the ‘Submit’ tab.

  • You must cross-check the form twice before clicking on the 'Submit' button.

Important Points

Below are some important points that candidates should know about the participating colleges/institutes of MAT 2018.

  • Each participating institute/college of MAT (Management Aptitude Test) will have its own cut-off and eligibility criteria.

  • Before selecting the participating institutes/colleges, candidates must get their detailed information such as eligibility norms, placement and other relevant facilities offered to students.

  • The selection of candidates for admission in the shortlisted college/institute will be based on the marks obtained by the candidates.

MAT Participating Institutes 2018

Candidates can check the following list of zone-wise management colleges/institutes that accept MAT score.

MAT Participating Institutes 2018 – East

Name of the Institute


ABS Academy of Science, Technology & Management


ARKA jain University


Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Institute of Management Science


Bhavan's Centre for Communication & Management


Birla Global University


Calcutta Business School




Future Institute of Engineering & Management


Haldia Institute of Technology


Hi Tech Institute of Technology


Indian Institute of Social Welfare & Business Management


Institute of Business Management


Institute of Engineering & Management


Institute of Management & Information Sciences


Institute of Management Study


Institute of Science and Management


International School of Management Patna


Kaziranga University


LN Mishra College of Business Management


NERIM Group of Institutions


Netaji Subhas Institute of Business Management


Siksha 'O' Anusandhan University


Techno India Group


International School of Business & Media


MAT Participating Institutes 2018 – West

Name of the Institute


Balaji Institute of International Business


Balaji Institute of Management & Human Resource Development


Balaji Institute of Modern Management


Balaji Institute of Telecom & Management


Christ Institute of Management


Dr D Y Patil B School


Dr V N Bedekar Institute of Management Studies


Flame School of Business


Flame School of Communication


IILM Academy of Higher Learning


Indus Business School


Institute for Technology & Management


Institute of Rural Management


International Institute of Management Studies


ITM University


Jaipur National University


Jaipuria Institute of Management


Jaipuria Institute of Management


JK Lakshmipat University


Manipal University


MILE Management Institute for Leadership & Excellence


MIT School of Telecom Management


Mody University of Science & Technology


Raipur Institute of Technology


Shanti Business School


St Kabir Institute of Professional Studies


Suryadatta Institute of Business Management & Technology


Suryadatta Institute of Management & Mass Communication


The IIHMR University


Unitedworld School of Business


Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Management Studies & Research


MAT Participating Institutes 2018 – North

Name of the Institute


Accurate Institute of Advanced Management

Greater Noida

Accurate Institute of Management & Technology

Greater Noida

AIMA-Centre for Management Education (PGDM)

New Delhi

AIMA-Centre for Management Education (PGDITM)

New Delhi

Asia Pacific Institute of Management

New Delhi

Asian Business School


Bhavan's Usha & Lakshmi Mittal Institite of Management

New Delhi

Birla Institute of Management Technology

Greater Noida

BML Munjal University


Brij Mohan Institute of Management & Technology


Chitkara University


Christ Institute of Management


Dr Gaur Hari Singhania Institute of Management & Research


EMPI Institutions

New Delhi

Fortune Institute of International Business

New Delhi

Galgotias University

Greater Noida

GD Goenka University


GL Bajaj Institute of Management & Research

Greater Noida

GNA University


Graduate School of Business & Administration

Greater Noida

Guru Nanak Institute of Management

New Delhi

Gurukula Kangri Vishwavidyalaya


IILM Academy of Higher Learning


IILM College of Management Studies

Greater Noida

IILM Graduate School of Management

Greater Noida

IILM University


IILM Institute for Higher Education

New Delhi

IMM-FOSTIIMA Business School

New Delhi

Indirapuram Institute of Higher Studies


Institute of Management Studies


Institute of Professional Excellence & Management


Institute of Technology & Science


International Institute of Health Management Research

New Delhi

Jagan Institute of Management Studies

New Delhi

Jagannath International Management School

New Delhi

Jaipuria Institute of Management


Jaipuria Institute of Management


Jaipuria Institute of Management


Jaipuria School of Business


Jaypee Business School


KR Mangalam University


Lovely Professional University


Master School of Management


New Delhi Institute of Management

New Delhi

OP Jindal Global University


Sharda University

Greater Noida

SRM University


SRMS International Business School


University of Petroleum & Energy Studies


Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies-Technical Campus

New Delhi

MAT Participating Institutes 2018 – South

Name of the Institute


Acharya Academy of Management Studies


Acharya Bangalore B-School


Acharya Institute of Management & Sciences


Acharya Institute of Technology


Administrative Staff College of India


Alliance University


Amrita University


Bhavan's Priyamvada Birla Institute of Management


Christ University


DC School of Management & Technology


Dhruva College of Management


Don Bosco Group of Institutions


Farook Institute of Management Studies


FBS Business School


Firebird Instt of Research in Management


GITAM School of International Business


Hyderabad Business School


ICBM School of Business Excellence


IFIM Business School


Indian Institute of Plantation Management


Indus Business Academy


Institute for Technology & Management


Institute for Technology & Management


Institute of Business Management & Research


Institute of Health Management Research


Institute of Insurance and Risk Management


Institute of Public Enterprise


International Institute of Business Studies


ISBR Business School


Jain University


Mar Athanasios College for Advanced Studies


MATS Institute of Management & Entrepreneurship


MP Birla Institute of Management


MS Ramaiah Institute of Management


Nagarjuna College of Engineering & Technology


NITTE School of Management


PES University


Rajadhani Business School


RV Institute of Management


S Vyasa Deemed University


Sahyadri College of Engineering & Management


Saintgits Institute of Management


SCMS Cochin School of Business


SCMS School of Technology & Management


Siddaganga Institute of Technology


SRM University


SSN School of Management


St Aloysius College


St Joseph's Institute of Management


Thiagarajar School of Management


Vignana Jyothi Institute of Management


Vishwa Vishwani Institute of Systems & Management


VIT University


Warangal Institute of Management


Xavier Institute of Management & Entrepreneurship


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MAT 2018 Result

All India Management Association (AIMA) is expected to announce MAT 2018 December results on 24th December. The result will be available online on the official website of AIMA. The result of MAT 2018 December exam will be announced in the form of a scorecard, and test-takers will be able to access the same by entering their Registration Number and Roll Number. The paper-based MAT will be conducted on December 2, while the Computer-based MAT will be held on December 16. 

The MAT Result is usually announced by All India Management Association (AIMA) within a month after the examination. The result is published on AIMA's official website in the form of a scorecard, which consists of candidate's percentile, sectional score as well as the composite score. To check MAT result, candidates will have to provide their registration number and roll number. AIMA also sends the MAT result through SMS or by post. Candidates must also download and get a printout of the result for future use.

MAT December 2018 Result Dates

MAT December 2018  Events Date
MAT December 2018 Exam Date

Offline: 9th December 2018

Online: 15th December 2018 

MAT 2018 December Result Date (Tentative) on or after 24th December 2018

Steps to Check MAT Result 2018 Online:

  • Visit AIMA's official website.

  • Click on the link available for accessing MAT Results.

  • A page will open where you have to enter details such as Registration number and Roll number.

  • Click on the 'Submit' tab to check your MAT result.

  • MAT result will appear on the screen.

  • You should download MAT Result and get a printout of the result.

  • Please note MAT scorecard is valid only for one year.

How to Check MAT Result via SMS:

You just need to create an SMS with details like Date of Birth, Roll number and Registration Number and send the same to 54242.

How to Get Duplicate MAT Scorecard 2018:

If you happen to misplace the printout of your MAT result i.e. the scorecard, and if it is not available on the website as well, then you can follow the steps given below to obtain a duplicate MAT score card.

Step 1: The first step involves writing a requesting application on a white sheet (A-4 sheet) stating the requirement.

Step 2: Take a printed copy of the MAT admit card's lower half signed by the invigilator at the exam hall.

Step 3: You will have to send the application (in a 24 cm x 12 cm (approx) sized, a self-addressed envelope having a Rs.40 postage stamp) by speed post. You must mention the address in Capital letters.

Step 4: You will have to send a Demand Draft of INR 100/- in favour of AIMA at New Delhi (in case you are requesting for a duplicate MAT scorecard post 45 days of result declaration).

Step 5: Send the documents to the following address:
Manager - CMS
Institutional Area
AIMA, Management House 14,
New Delhi-110 003

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MAT 2018 Selection Process

MAT Selection Procedure begins after the test results are declared. As the exam has been conducted for the month of February 2018, candidates may check MAT Results for February 2018 and download their scorecards.

As for the selection process, candidates are shortlisted on the basis of MAT result or MAT cut-off for further admission rounds, which may include Group Discussion (GD), Personal Interview (PI) and or Written Ability Test (WAT). MAT aspirants can find all the details related to the MAT selection procedure here.

Also Read: How to Choose the Right MBA College?

In order to be able to participate in the MAT selection process, the first step for a student is to appear for the national-level test. Following the entrance exam, the MAT results are published on the AIMA's official website, basis which students are shortlisted for further admission rounds. The shortlisted candidates are called by the participating institutes where they had applied for admission. They have to follow the Selection Procedure of the institutes, which may involve either two or all three following steps:

  • Group Discussion
  • Written Test
  • Personal Interview

While some of the Participating Institutes that Accept MAT Scores may conduct only two rounds of the admission process, some might conduct all the three rounds. An increasing number of institutes that accept MAT scores have observed it is easy to judge a candidate's writing skills and thought process through WAT.  The Written Ability Test (WAT) is being given preference over GD to ensure that all candidates are at the same level playing field and that soft-spoken candidates also get a fair chance.

Also Read: How to Crack GD for Admission in Top MBA Colleges?

While the selection process steps remain the same, the number of steps depend on each of the MAT participating institute. The final admission list of the institute is prepared based on how the candidate performs in the various selection rounds.

AIMA conducts MAT four times a year - in the months of February, May, September and December. 

The next MAT exam is scheduled to be conducted in the month of May 2018. Candidates can follow Simple Trips & Tricks as well as follow our MAT Exam Checklist to score well in the MAT May 2018 examination.

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MAT 2018 Cut-off

MAT is conducted by AIMA four times in a year – in the months of February, May, September, and December. MAT 2018 cut-off will be issued by participating institutes. Various institutes/ B-schools/Universities that accept MAT scores for admission to MBA/postgraduate management programmes will release MAT 2018 cut-off separately. MAT cut-off 2018 will be released in the form of percentile.

Candidates need to secure the minimum MAT cut-off 2018 marks to get shortlisted for the selection process rounds such as group discussion (GD), personal interview (PI), and or a written test (WAT). For each round, the MAT 2018 cut-off will be different. Also, the MAT cut-off marks 2018 will vary with the category of candidates and institutions.

MAT cut-off composite scores are applicable on almost all MBA colleges/institutes that offer admission in management courses with MAT 2018 (September) cut-offs. Generally, the MAT cut-offs go-between of 70 to 80+ percentile. With the help of MAT cut-off 2018, candidates get a more realistic idea of where all they can apply for admission.

MAT 2018 Cut-Off Dates

MAT 2018 Events


MAT 2018 Result

on or after 24th December 2018(tentative)

MAT 2018 Cut-off

To be announced

How to Check MAT 2018 Cut-Off

Each participating institution will have a separate cut-off list, though the candidates can see and download the institutional cut-off of MAT. Here are some simple steps to check MAT cut-off 2018:

  • Go to the official website of the institute that accepts MAT score

  • On the 'Home' page, a link to access the cut-off score will be available.

  • Click on the link and then enter your Roll Number, the month of test and Password.

  • MAT 2018 cut-off list will be displayed on the screen.

  • Download and take a print out of the MAT cut-off for future use.

Factors Determining MAT Cut-off

The cut-off of MAT 2018 depends on various factors. The cut-off to be released by the MAT participating institutes will depend on the following factors:

  • Difficulty level of the test

  • Number of candidates

  • Number of seats in an Institute

MAT Cut-off percentile score

Note: The institutions outlined below are not listed in any order/ranking

MBA colleges accepting 75% percentile and above MAT scores 


MAT cut-off percentile score

Jaipuria, Lucknow


IES Management College and Research Centre, Mumbai


IPE Hyderabad: Institute of Public Enterprise


KIIT School of Management, Bhubaneswar


SIES College of Management Studies, Mumbai


International School of Business and Media, Pune


Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida


Institute of Management, Christ University


PSG Institute of Management, Coimbatore


New Delhi Institute of Management, Delhi


AIMS Institutes, Bangalore


Xavier Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship, Bangalore


Indus Business Academy, Bangalore


MBA colleges accepting 60% percentile and above MAT scores 


MAT cut-off percentile score

Vignana Jyothi Institute of Management, Hyderabad


SCMS Cochin School of Business, Kochi


Balaji Institute of International Business, Sri Balaji Society, Pune


International Institute of Management Studies, Pune


Ramaiah Institute of Management, Bangalore


Fortune Institute of International Business, Delhi


EMPI Business School, Delhi


Calcutta Business School, Kolkata


Vivekanand Education Society Institute of Management Studies and Research, Mumbai


G.L. Bajaj Institute of Management and Research, Greater Noida


Jaypee Business School, Noida


Adarsh Institute of Management and Information Technology, Bangalore


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Best Books for MAT 2018

The Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is a national-level exam conducted by AIMA four times a year in the months of February, May, September, and December. When it comes to preparing for MAT, the first thing that applicants must do is finding the right study material for preparation. CollegeDekho has, therefore, compiled a list of the best books for MAT preparation.

In order to score well in the entrance exam, applicants must shortlist books that cover all the topics as prescribed in the MAT syllabus. Books can be the best medium to help candidates successfully qualify this examination. While selecting the books, the applicants must also ensure that they have adequate sample papers of MAT, previous year question papers, etc.

How to Select the Best Books for MAT 2018 Preparation

  • While selecting the books to study for MAT 2018, one factor that candidates must keep in mind is that the language used in the books has to to be simple.

  • It must cover all the topics that are part of the syllabus of MAT Exam.

  • The candidates must also shortlist books based on the authors who are renowned in the field of education.

  • In order to achieve authentic and correct explanations of important subjects, it is always advisable to compare the contents and topics of books of two or more books. It also helps in cross-checking the information of the book and the study material.

  • Always choose the latest edition books in order to get updated contents and information of the examination.

Best Books for MAT 2018 Preparation

Best Books for Language Comprehension:

  • Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension by Nishit K. Sinha

  • Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis

  • Verbal Ability & Comprehension by Disha Publication

Best Books for Mathematical Skills:

  • How to Prepare for Quantitative Aptitude by Arun Sharma

  • The Pearson Guide to Quantitative Aptitude by Dinesh Khattar

Best Books for Data Analysis & Sufficiency:

  • How to Prepare for Data Interpretation by Arun Sharma

  • Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency by Ananta Ashisha

Best Books for Intelligence & Critical Reasoning:

  • Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning by Gajendra Kumar

  • A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning by R.S. Aggarwal

Best Books for Indian & Global Environment:

  • The Mega Yearbook by Disha Experts

  • Manorama Year Book by Mammen Mathew

Apart from the books mentioned above, applicants must refer to some magazines such as Business Line, India Today, Competition Success Review, etc. and newspapers such as Economics Times, The Hindu, Times of India etc. to enhance their preparation.

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MAT Sample Papers/Previous Year Question Papers

MAT previous year question papers and sample papers help the candidates understand the overall structure of the exam such as types of questions, difficulty level, weightage of topics and distribution of questions. By solving the sample papers and previous year question papers of MAT, candidates can improve their speed and time-management skills. Apart from this, MAT sample papers also enhance the ability of candidates to solve the questions and increase their level of confidence. Taking MAT sample papers is a great way for candidates to identify their strengths and weaknesses.

The sample papers for MAT are available in online mode on the official website of AIMA. You can also download all MAT sample papers free of cost from this page. Candidates must solve the sample papers for more focus and comprehensive exam preparation.

Download MAT 2018 Sample Paper!

How to Download MAT Sample Papers

The steps to download MAT Sample Papers are mentioned below:

  • To download MAT sample papers, click on the link provided on this page. Apart from this, candidates can visit the official website of AIMA to download the same.

  • A PDF file will open.

  • Download the MAT sample paper for practice.

  • You may then start solving the MAT sample paper.

Advantages of Solving MAT Sample Papers

Following are the advantages of solving MAT sample papers:

  • By solving the sample papers, candidates can get an idea of the questions that can be expected in the examination.

  • By practicing individual sample papers for each section, the candidate can analyse their performance in each section and come up with a strategy accordingly.

  • Sample papers help the candidates measure their preparation level, and identify their strong and weak areas.

  • MAT sample papers also help get an idea about the most important topics from where the questions can be asked.

Preparation Tips for MAT

The preparation strategy should start with knowing the syllabus well and then practicing questions based on it. Those who are planning to take MAT 2018 exam must develop a strategy for exam preparation. Apart from the preparation strategy, candidates can also take mock tests and sample papers regularly. Mock tests help candidates analyse their performance and get the right framework for the examination. In addition to attempting the mock tests, candidates should also solve the sample papers to know the type of questions asked in the exam and improve their question-solving ability, speed, and time-management skills.

Candidates can also explore the following options to boost their preparation for the MAT 2018 examination.

How to Prepare

Paper Analysis

MAT Mock Test

Best Books for MAT

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MAT 2018 Admit Card

All India Management Association (AIMA) will issue the MAT 2018 December admit card for Paper Based Test (PBT) on 1st December 2018 and for Computer Based Test (CBT) on 10th December 2018. MAT admit card 2018 will be available in online mode only for the registered candidates and will not be sent via post.

MAT admit card mentions candidate’s details, date, time, name, the address of exam centres and exam day guidelines. To download MAT 2018 admit card, candidates have to enter their application form number, date of birth or Email ID. Before taking the print out of the MAT 2018 admit card 2018, candidates must verify all the details mentioned on the admit card and must immediately report to the concerned authority in case any discrepancy is found. MAT 2018 admit card is an important document that candidates must carry to the exam centre. Without the admit card, and photo-identity proof candidates will not be allowed to enter the exam hall.

MAT Admit Card 2018 – Important Dates



Issue of MAT December 2018 Admit Card 

Offline: 1st December 2018

Online: 7th December D2018

MAT December 2018 

Offline: 9th December 2018

Online: 15th December 2018 

How to Download MAT 2018 Admit Card

  • Go to AIMA's official website to download the admit card of MAT 2018.

  • Click on the link available to access 'MAT Admit Card'.

  • Enter the required details such as Application Number, Date of Birth, and Email ID.

  • Press the 'Submit' tab to get the admit card.

  • Download the MAT 2018 admit card and get a printout of the same for further use.

Important Instructions Regarding MAT Hall Ticket 2018

  • Without the MAT admit card and ID proof, candidates will not be allowed to enter the exam centre.

  • Candidates must ensure that the MAT 2018 admit card is not folded/distorted.

  • Candidates must follow all the instructions mentioned on the MAT 2018 admit card.

  • Before downloading the admit card, candidates must cross-check all the details mentioned on the MAT 2018 admit card.

  • If candidates are unable to download the MAT 2018 admit card or if there is an error in it, then, they must immediately report about it to examination authority for rectification.

Details Mentioned on MAT 2018 Admit Card

The following details will be mentioned on MAT admit card 2018:

  • Name of the candidate

  • Exam Date, time and venue

  • Candidate’s Photograph

  • Candidate Roll number

  • Candidate’s Signature

  • MAT Exam Centre name and address

  • Exam Centre Code

  • Test day instructions

ID Documents Required with MAT 2018 Admit Card

It is mandatory for the candidates to carry admit card along with photo ID proof at the exam centre. Candidates have to carry any one of the following photo-identity proofs along with the admit card.

  • PAN Card

  • Voter ID card

  • Driving License

  • UID Aadhaar Card

  • Passport

Discrepancy in MAT Admit Card 2018

Candidates appearing for the exam must carefully cross-check all the details mentioned on the MAT 2018 admit card. In case, any candidate finds any discrepancy in the admit card, then, the same should be immediately reported to the examination authority.

FAQs on MAT Admit Card 2018

1. How will I get my MAT admit card 2018?

MAT admit card 2018 will be available for the registered candidates in online mode only. The E-hall ticket will not be dispatched via post or any other offline method.

2. Do I need to bring any other document except MAT admit card to the exam centre?

Yes, candidates must bring any one of the photo ID proofs along with the MAT 2018 admit card/hall ticket.

3. Till when should I keep the MAT admit card 2018?

After downloading the MAT admit card 2018, candidates must keep the admit card safe until the completion of the exam process.

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How to Apply for MAT 2018

The notification of MAT December 2018 Registration Process will be released by the All India Management Association (AIMA). Candidates who wish to take the exam can fill the application form online only. MAT form will be available on AIMA's official website from the 2nd week of October 2018.

Once the application forms are available, candidates must check the eligibility criteria and all the requirements related to the application procedure of MAT. Once all the documents are in place, candidates should fill and submit their application forms before the last date. Those planning to apply should note that exam officials reserve the right to reject applications that are not complete, contain false information or do not fulfill the eligibility conditions.

Along with the release of the schedule, AIMA has announced that the application procedure for MAT has gone completely online. Earlier, candidates had the option to fill the MAT 2018 application form online or offline but that will not be the case in December 2018 exam, as far as the latest news is concerned. 

For those preparing for MAT 2018, candidates can check MAT Preparation Tips and MAT Exam Checklist to score well in the examination. 

MAT (December) Application Dates 2018

MAT (December) 2018 Events Dates
Start Date for MAT 2018 Registration for Offline Exam

2nd week of October 2018

End Date for MAT 2018 Registration for Offline Exam

30th November 2018

End Date for MAT 2018 Registration for Online Exam   7th December 2018
MAT 2018 Offline Exam 9th December 2018
MAT 2018 Online Exam 15th December 2018

MAT Application Form Online Procedure

There are two options to fill the MAT application form through online mode:

1. By Uploading Photograph and Signature:

  • Firstly, candidates need to go to the official website.
  • After that, candidates have to fill the personal details, uploaded the picture and signature.
  • Pay the fee for registration form - Rs.1550/- through Credit Card/Debit Card/Net Banking
  • Click on the submit button
  • The candidate receives a confirmation email on his email address.

2. Without Uploading Photograph and Signature:

  • Those who do not wish to have their picture and signature uploaded must remember to get the MAT Registration Form as a printout.
  • After that, the candidates should fill all the details in the downloaded form and paste their recent colored passport size photo and put their signature in the given space.
  • On completion of MAT Registration, candidates can send the form along with a demand draft of Rs.1550/- to AIMA by post, New Delhi.

MAT Registration Acknowledgment by All India Management Association (AIMA)

All the filled-in forms received at AIMA are processed within five days and all such forms are scrutinized. Candidates can check their receipt status of MAT Registration form on the official website. If print out of the form is received later than the due date, it will not be accepted and the fee will also not be refunded.

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MAT 2018 Mock Test

For all those preparing for the upcoming Management Aptitude Test (MAT) in December, now is the time to start taking mock tests. MAT mock tests seem exactly like the real examination that candidates have to take in the same way as the actual paper. Online mock test practice gives candidates the chance to better understand the test pattern and also revise the whole syllabus before the actual examination takes place. The questions asked in the mock test papers also give candidates an insight into the possible difficulty level of the exam. What's more, applicants also get a reality check about their preparation level through the mock tests.

MAT Mock Test Series at CollegeDekho

The series of MAT Mock Test will be available soon.

How to Access MAT Mock Test with Solutions

The steps to access the MAT mock test are mentioned below:

  • To take the mock test for MAT, you will have to first create a Login account at CollegeDekho.

  • Once you log in, you will be able to take the test.

  • Select the MAT mock test you wish to appear for.

  • Click on ‘Start the test' tab and proceed further.

  • After successfully completing the test, click on the 'Submit' tab.

  • Once you submit the exam, your exam score will be displayed on the screen.

  • The score of MAT will give you an idea of how well prepared you are for the exam.

Importance of MAT Mock Test

  • Solving mock tests will help you score well in the exam.

  • By taking the MAT mock test, candidates will be able to identify their weaknesses and strengths.

  • Solving the mock tests will also boost applicants' confidence level. They will also help improve speed and accuracy.

  • Mock tests give a fair idea about the difficulty level of the actual exam and expose candidates to a large variety of questions.

Quick Look at MAT Exam Pattern & Marking Scheme

It is important for candidates to know the MAT exam pattern and marking scheme before they start preparing for the entrance exam. Before appearing for the entrance exam, candidates must take a look at the following points regarding MAT exam pattern and marking scheme.

  • MAT is conducted in offline as well as online mode.

  • There are a total of 200 multiple choice questions (MCQs) in the entrance exam.

  • The duration of MAT 2018 examination is two hours and 30 minutes or 150 minutes.

  • MAT exam is conducted in English language only.

  • The MAT examination is divided into five sections which are:

    • Language Comprehension

    • Intelligence & Critical Reasoning

    • Data Analysis & Sufficiency

    • Mathematical Skills

    • Indian & Global Environment

  • For every correct response, candidates are awarded one mark.

  • There is a negative marking of 0.25 mark for every wrong response.

About MAT

MAT is a national-level management entrance test for admission into MBA / PGDM programmes offered at various management institutes. The exam is held four times in a year - February, May, September and December. MAT scores are accepted by more than 600 B-schools in the country.

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MAT 2018 Answer Key

MAT's conducting body AIMA (All India Management Association) does not release its official Answer Key. Therefore, candidates may have to rely on Answer Keys released by some coaching institutes to get an idea of how much they're going to score in the exam. The Answer Key of MAT exam comprises of correct answers to questions asked in the exam. Candidates can download the MAT 2018 Answer Key and compare their answers with the responses given in the Answer Key. By knowing the number of right and wrong answers, candidates can easily calculate their probable scores and analyse their performance.

The MAT exam pattern comprises of 5 sections including Language Comprehension, Mathematical Skills, Data Analysis and Sufficiency, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning and Indian and Global Environment. There are a total of 200 objective type questions, and candidates score 1 mark for each correct answer and lose 0.25 marks for every incorrect answer.

Steps to Download MAT Answer Key 2018

Candidates can access MAT Answer Key online if it is released. Step by step process to download MAT Answer Key has been given below.

  • First, click on the link that says ‘MAT Answer Key 2018’ once it is activated.
  • Then, the next step for you is to look for the Answer Key matching with your question paper code.
  • Click on it and download the PDF file
  • Verify your answers and calculate your probable score

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MAT 2018 Coaching Institutes

Candidates preparing for MAT 2018 are advised to join a good MAT 2018 coaching institute for better entrance exam preparation. MAT coaching institute will not only motivate and empower its students to excel in the exam but these institutes also improve one's individual performance. With the help of coaching institutes of MAT, candidates aiming to crack the national-level Management Aptitude Test (MAT) can study from best  MAT 2018 books and solve many types of  MAT 2018 previous year question papers that are provided by the coaching institutes.

Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is one of the most popular MBA entrance exam which is opted by numerous MBA aspirants. By qualifying the MAT 2018, candidates will be able to get admission into MBA/PGDM courses offered by  participating colleges of MAT 2018. In order to get proper guidance offered by the expert faculty of MAT 2018 coaching institutes and to avoid lack of preparation, candidates must target best institutes that provide coaching for MAT. Additionally, candidates should look into the teaching methodologies and the study material provided by various MAT 2018 coaching institutes.

How to Choose a MAT Coaching Institute

MAT aspirants must take the below listed factors into consideration before joining a MAT coaching institute:

  • While choosing a MAT coaching institute, candidates must know about the past achievements and background of the coaching centre.

  • Candidates must know about the rate of success of the coaching institute as how many candidates of that coaching institute has qualified the exam.

  • Candidates must choose an institute that has well experienced teaching staff as teachers and the faculty of a coaching institute play a major role in your learning process.

  • While choosing a coaching institute, candidates must take feedback from ex-coaching students regarding the teachers and faculty members of that coaching institute.

  • Before joining a coaching institute, candidates can also search online and see the reviews of coaching centres that provides coaching for MAT. By reading the reviews, candidates can get a rough idea about the coaching center.

  • Candidates must also know about the fee structure and refund policy of the coaching institute, before selecting it.

  • The timings of the coaching institute is also an essential factor that candidates must take into consideration before making a final choice.

Top Coaching Institutes in India for MBA Entrance Preparation

Some of the top coaching institutes in India that prepares the students for MBA entrance exams are listed below:

PT Education


Endeavour Careers


Prudence Academy

Career Launcher

Byju’s Classes


MBA guru

Bulls Eye



Top Coaching Institutes for MAT in Delhi, NCR

Simplified Learning, Janakpuri, Delhi

Learn 4 Exam, Krishna Nagar, Delhi

SKM Academy, Moti Nagar, Delhi

IBS Institute, Rohini, Delhi 

Fluke Academy, South Extension Part I, Delhi

Institute of Management Studies, South Extension Part I, Delhi

The Ultimate Classes Education Services, Laxmi Nagar, Delhi

Triumphant Institute of Management Education Pvt. Ltd., Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi

Global Education Forum Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi

Top Coaching Institutes for MAT in Kolkata, West Bengal

Erudite Education, Park Street, Kolkata

Ravi Raja's Classes, Bhowanipore, Kolkata

Worldwin, Salt Lake City, Kolkata

D.C Tutorial, Salt Lake City, Kolkata

Cubix Educational Institute Pvt. Ltd., Park Street, Kolkata

Prof A. K. Saha, Kaikhali, Kolkata

Archana Academy, Salt Lake City, Kolkata

Milenium Mathematics, Bhowanipore, Kolkata

Learning Plus, Bara Nagar, Kolkata

Top Coaching Institutes for MAT in Mumbai, Maharashtra 

Cetking Education Pvt. Ltd., Thane West, Mumbai

Planet E, Dadar East, Mumbai

The Vision Academy, Bhandup West, Mumbai

Avon Academy, Vashi, Mumbai

Manoeuvre, Borivali West, Mumbai

Iyer Expert Guidance, Mulund West, Mumbai

Success Forum, Thane West, Mumbai

Tutor Jar, Vasai West, Mumbai

Arkin Institute, Vasai West, Mumbai 

Top Coaching Institutes for MAT in Chennai, Tamil Nadu 

Career Launcher India Ltd., T. Nagar, Chennai

IMS Learning Resources Pvt. Ltd., Adyar, Chennai

Velans Academy,Valasaravakkam, Chennai

CL Educate Ltd., Adyar, Chennai

Aspire Learning Co. Pvt. Ltd., T. Nagar, Chennai

Global Smart Infotech & Education, Royapettah, Chennai 

Chennai Race Coaching Institute Pvt. Ltd., T. Nagar, Chennai

Loyola Institute Of Vocational Education, Nungambakkam, Chennai

Shankar Academy, Adambakkam, Chennai 

Top Coaching Institutes for MAT in Bangalore, Karnataka 

Triumphant Institute of Management Education Pvt. Ltd., Malleswaram, Bangalore

Great Learning, HSR Layout, Bangalore

Career Launcher India Pvt. Ltd., Jayanagar, Bangalore

I.M.S. Learning Resources Pvt. Ltd., Malleswaram, Bangalore

Giraffe Learning, Vasanth Nagar, Bangalore

Summit Careers, Jayanagar, Bangalore 

Anu Gyan Edu Co, Bhoopasandra, Bangalore 

Quest Education Centre, JP Nagar, Bangalore

Srinilaya Coaching Classes, Malleswaram, Bangalore

Top Coaching Institutes for MAT in Jaipur, Rajasthan 

Punia Group of Education, Mansarovar, Jaipur

Safeducate Learning Pvt. Ltd, Lal Kothi, Jaipur

Khanna Classes, Mansarovar, Jaipur

Aptimania, Shastri Nagar, Jaipur

NIDT, Mansarovar, Jaipur

Endeavor Careers Pvt. Ltd., Gopalpura, Jaipur

Axan Academy, Vaishali Nagar, Jaipur

PT Education, Vaishali Nagar, Jaipur


Top Coaching Institutes for MAT in Hyderabad, Telangana 

ZM Institute, Ram Nagar, Hyderabad

Dice Academy, Dilsukh Nagar, Hyderabad

SIMS Academy, Dilsukh Nagar, Hyderabad

Sri Sai Coaching & Tuitions, Bowenpally, Hyderabad

Guru Academy, Barkatpura, Hyderabad

Triumphant Institute of Management Education Pvt. Ltd., Narayanaguda, Hyderabad

Abhyaas, Secunderabad, Hyderabad

IMS Learning Centre, Begumpet, Hyderabad

Wisdom Institute For Competitive Exams, Himayat Nagar, Hyderabad

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MAT 2018 Conducting Body

With active support from the Government of India and Industry, the All India Management Association (AIMA) was created as an apex body of professional management in 1957. AIMA works closely with industry, Government, academia and students to further the cause of the management profession in India. AIMA offers various services in the areas of testing, distance education, skill development & training, events & conferences, research, publications and management development programmes, in order to contribute to management learning and practice in the country.

MAT 2018 Important Dates

 MAT December 2018 Events Dates
MAT 2018 December Schedule for  Paper Based Test (PBT )
MAT 2018 Registration for Paper Based Test (PBT) Starts in

2nd week of October 2018

MAT 2018 Registration for Paper Based Test (PBT) Ends on

30th November 2018

Availability of MAT 2018 Admit Card for Paper Based Test (PBT)  1st December 2018
MAT 2018 Paper Based Test (PBT) Date  9th December 2018
MAT 2018 December Schedule for  Computer Based Test (CBT)
MAT 2018 Registration for Computer Based Test (CBT) Starts in 2nd week of October 2018
MAT 2018 Registration for Computer Based Test (CBT) Ends on  7th December 2018
Availability of MAT 2018 Admit Card for Computer Based Test (CBT) 10th December 2018
MAT 2018 Computer Based Test (CBT) Date

  15th December 2018

MAT 2018 December Result Date (Tentative) on or after 24th December 2018

MAT 2018 Exam Centers

Candidates applying for the exam must note that test venues for Paper-Based Test and Computer-Based Test are different. The test centres will be announced soon.

Contact Details

All India Management Association
Management House
15, Link Road, Lajpat Nagar, Part- III, New Delhi 110003, India

011 - 24645100 / 011 - 24617354 / 011 - 43128100
Fax: 011- 24626689


1. What are the test dates and timings of the test?

The Paper-Based Exam is usually conducted on the first Sunday of the February, May, September and December from 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM. The Computer-Based Test is conducted from Saturday onwards (usually 6 days after the paper-based exam) and in different time slots.

2. How many times is MAT conducted in a year? 

MAT is conducted 4 times in a year in the months of February, May, September and December.

3. What is the validity of MAT score?

The validity of MAT score for a particular session for most management institutes is one year.

4. Is taking MAT exam necessary for getting admission into PGDM/ MBA programme?

MAT is necessary for admission into PGDM/equivalent programmes offered by AIMA or other management institutes that participate in it.

Important Dates

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Admit Card 01 Dec, 2018
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