Candidates planning to appear for Management Aptitude Test (MAT) must take a note of the eligibility criteria before applying MAT September examination 2016.
The examination authority of Management Aptitude Test (MAT), All India Management Association (AIMA), has announced that it will conduct MAT September 2016 paper-based exam on September 4 and the computer-based exam September 10 onwards.
The MAT 2016 results will be announced on September 26, 2016, and candidates who appear for the exam can check the same online. If a candidate is unable to check the result online, he/she can wait for the examination authority to send the score card via post.
MAT is conducted to screen candidates for admission in Post Graduate Management courses offered at various B-schools.
In order to be eligible for MAT examination, students have to meet the following eligibility criteria.
MAT 2016 Eligibility Criteria
Aspirant must have a graduation degree of 3 years in any discipline from a recognized University/Institute to be eligible to write MAT exam 2016.
There is no age limit to appear in MAT examination.
Also, final year students can apply for MAT 2016 exam, provided final semester result is declared before the admission process proceeds.
Work experience is not necessary to be eligible for MAT exam 2016.
MAT 2016 Sept Syllabus
Applicants will be tested on their knowledge of Language, Mathematics, Data Analysis, General Knowledge and Global Environment Knowledge.
The MAT September 2016 exam paper will have five sections consisting of total 200 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) that students will have to attempt in two and a half hours.
Selection via MAT 2016 Score
The candidates who will mark their place in the separate institute cut-offs will then have to contact the respective colleges for further admission process.
It is important to note that all the institutes participating in MAT may have a separate selection procedure, which the candidates must check in order to be eligible for admission.
Generally, most participating institutes conduct Group Discussions (GD), Personal Interview (PI) and Written Ability Test (WAT) for final selection.