Candidates who've qualifed Management Aptitude Test (MAT) September 2016 exam will be eligible to get admission in management courses offered by various B-schools in India. Check MAT 2016 results here.
The All India Management Association (AIMA) has declared MAT 2016 exam results on its official website conducted in the month of September 2016.
Candidates who will qualify MAT 2016 exam will now be able to get admission in various management courses offered across multiple B-schools in India.
MAT 2016 Sept paper-based exam was conducted on September 4 and the computer-based was held from September 10, 2016. MAT is a nation-level exam, conducted four times in a year in the months of February, May, September and December.
How to Check MAT 2016 Sep Exam Results
• Visit the official website of AIMA
• Click on the ‘MAT Result Sep 2016’ link in the notification bar on the home page
• Enter Roll no. and Password
• Result will be displayed
• Take a print out for future references
Candidates do not have to worry in case they are unable to find the MAT 2016 Sept result online. They will receive the MAT score card 2016 by the examination authority via post as well.
The various B-schools accepting MAT score will release MAT cut-offs post result declaration, which will help aspirants get admission according to their merit.
Candidates will also be required to appear in the Group Discussion and Personal Interview round for final selection by the institutes.
If Not MAT, How About CAT?
While MAT is a popular exam taken by management aspirants across India, CAT is also one of the most prestigious and tough-to-crack management entrance exams.
The CAT or Common Admission Test is a computer-based management entrance exam that helps candidates get admission in Post Graduate Programmes in IIMs and other top B-schools of the country.
CAT 2016 will be conducted by IIM Bangalore on December 4 for which registration has already started and the last date of application is September 22.
Candidates will be tested on the basis of three sections Quantitative Aptitude, Verbal & Reading Comprehension and Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning. There will be a total of 100 questions to be completed in 3 hours.