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What is MAT Exam?

Candidates can take MAT exam as:

Management Aptitude Test or MAT is a national-level entrance exam conducted by the All India Management Association (AIMA) for admissions to MBA/PGDM courses. The exam is conducted multiple times a year in four phases – February, May, September and December. Qualifying candidates are eligible for admissions to 800+ B-schools accepting MAT scores.

MAT exam is conducted in offline (Paper Based Test or PBT), online (Computer Based Test or CBT) and remote proctored (Internet Based Test or IBT) modes. Candidates can choose to appear in the exam in any mode as per their preference. Fees, exam pattern and syllabus for all three modes are same but admit card download and exam dates are different. 

  • Internet Based Test (IBT) or

  • Double Internet Based Test (IBT) or

  • Paper Based Test (PBT) or

  • Computer Based Test (CBT) or

  • Paper Based Test and Internet Based Test (PBT+IBT) or

  • Computer Based Test and Internet Based Test (CBT+IBT) or

  • Paper Based Test and Computer Based Test (PBT+CBT) 

Candidates can take MAT exam as:

  • Internet Based Test (IBT) or

  • Double Internet Based Test (IBT) or

  • Paper Based Test (PBT) or

  • Computer Based Test (CBT) or

  • Paper Based Test and Internet Based Test (PBT+IBT) or

  • Computer Based Test and Internet Based Test (CBT+IBT) or

  • Paper Based Test and Computer Based Test (PBT+CBT) 

MAT 2022: Exam Highlights

Given below are the key highlights of MAT exam 2022 the candidates must know before applying for it:

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MAT Eligibility Criteria

Given below is the basic eligibility criteria for MAT exam:

  • Candidates should have completed graduation in any discipline or equivalent from a recognised university

  • Final year graduation students are also eligible to apply for MAT

MAT 2022 Important Dates: September CBT/PBT

Given below are the dates of MAT September 2022 for CBT and PBT.

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MAT Aug-Sep 2022 Dates: IBT

The MAT exam in IBT mode is conducted in two slots: 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM and 4:00 PM to 6:30 PM. Check below the dates of MAT IBT September 2022 exams:
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Download MAT Question Paper PDF
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MAT Registration 2022

The MAT application process is same for all the three exam modes - PBT, CBT and IBT. The application form filling is an online process. Candidates can fill the MAT application form 2022 of preferred exam phase on AIMA MAT exam website by paying exam fees of INR 1,850. Check below the process to apply for MAT:

  • Open AIMA-MAT website in a new browser

  • Click on “Fresh Candidate to create Log In” tab: https://mat.aima.in/sep22/register-online

  • Enter name, date of birth, email ID, mobile phone number and a password

  • Fill the MAT exam application form with relevant information

  • Select preferred test mode (CBT, PBT, IBT), test cities and five B-Schools

  • Upload a recent passport size photo and scanned signature

  • Make fee payment via debit/credit card, net banking or e-wallet to complete the process

MAT Syllabus 2022

Take a look at the table below for section-wise main topics included in MAT syllabus 2022 :
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MAT Exam Pattern 2022

MAT exam pattern is same for CBT, PBT and IBT. Candidates must take a look at the below table for MAT exam pattern highlights:
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MAT Exam Preparation Tips 2022

Candidates need at least six months to prepare for MAT exam. For a fruitful preparation, they should focus on improving their problem-solving skills with the help of previous years' MAT question papers and online mock test, etc. The MAT preparation strategy should be well planned and in accordance with the MAT exam pattern and MAT syllabus. Below are some tips to prepare for MAT exam: 
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