15 Jun, 2018
The MAT 2018 Result for May has been announced on 25th May. 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.
The MAT examination for February 2018 has already been conducted, and candidates can check the results for the same. The Management Aptitude Test (MAT) 2018 Result for February 2018 was announced on 22nd February, 2018.
You just need to create an SMS with details like Date of Birth, Roll number and Registration Number and send the same to 54242.
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
AIMA, Management House 14,
New Delhi-110 003
Cut-off is the minimum marks that candidates need in order to be selected for further admission rounds of various B-Schools that accept MAT scores. Every participating institute announces its separate MAT cut-off scores in the form of marks. The cut-offs are usually released post the announcement of the results.
Participating institutes determine MAT cut-off on the basis of three factors, including difficulty level of the exam, number of test takers and number of seats available in the institute.
Once an Institute decides its cut-off for MAT scores based on these factors, it shortlists candidates for the admission process based on who meets the cut-off. Post the declaration of MAT results, the shortlisted candidates are able to check the MAT cut-off at the participating institutes where they had applied for admission.
The MAT cut-off is declared in the form of percentile, and those who qualify are invited for the MAT Selection Procedure comprising of Group Discussion (GD), Personal Interview (PI), and or a Written Ability Test (WAT).