MAT 2020 Admit Card – All India Management Association (AIMA) releases MAT admit card online at mat.aima.in. Candidates need to download it using registration number, date of birth / email id. It is mandatory for the candidates to carry a hard copy of MAT admit card, and id proof. Details and address of the test center allotted to the candidate is printed on the admit card itself. Candidates can check more information on MAT 2020 admit card from this page.
Latest: AIMA will release the MAT 2020 Admit Card for PBT on February 11, 2020. Candidate can download the admit card with the help of link provided below.
MAT 2020 Admit Card
Admit card is one of the important document which is to be kept safe. Without the admit card, candidates are not allowed to sit in the examination. Candidates can check the schedule for issuance of AIMA MAT 2020 Admit Card from the table below.
|MAT 2020 Admit Card||Important Dates|
|Issuance of MAT Admit Card 2020 for PBT||11 Feb 2020|
|Release of CBT Admit card|
|AIMA MAT PBT test date||16 Feb 2020|
|AIMA MAT CBT test date||02 Feb 2020|
Admit Card: Click here to download MAT 2020 Admit Card for CBT.
Official Website: mat.aima.in
How to Download MAT 2020 Admit Card?
Candidates who filled the MAT 2020 Application Form can download the MAT 2020 Admit Card by simply following the steps as provided below:
Step 1. Log in to your existing accounts
- Firstly, open the official website i.e.mat.aima.in.
- A window will open where you have to enter your Registration no., Date of birth (DOB) and E-mail ID
- Lastly, click on submit.
Step 2. Download the Admit Card
After successfully entering the details, Click on the download admit card button and make sure to save it.
Step 3. Save and take the Print out of MAT2020 Admit Card
Lastly, Make sure to take the printout of the admit card because the E-admit card will not b acceptable at the examination centre. The details of the candidates and the exam centre will be mentioned on the MAT 2020 admit card.
Important Details in MAT 2020 Admit Card
The admit card of MAT 2020 will comprises the information related to the candidate along with the venue and time for the test. It is important that the candidates strictly follow the instructions mentioned on the admit card. Other important information includes:
- Candidate’s name
- Roll number
- Registration number
- Date of birth
- Mode of test
- Test date
- Reporting timing
- Entry closing time
- Photograph of the candidate
- Signature of the candidate
- MAT Exam Centre name
- Address of the exam Center
- Center code
- Exam Day Instructions
Important Documents with MAT 2020 Admit Card
- The test takers must carry original and Xerox copy of a valid photo id proof along with MAT Admit Card to the centre.
- Candidates applying under reserved categories must carry the original copy of their Caste/Disability certificate on the day of the exam.
- Those who have changed their names with the due procedure should also carry their respective documents along with their AIMA MAT Admit Card.
- Candidates appearing for MAT should carry any two of the following documents as their photo identity proof to MAT 2020 Exam Center:
- PAN Card
- Voter ID
- Aadhaar ID
- Driving License
Things to Carry/Not to Carry to the Exam Centre
Candidates must keep the following points in mind while going for the examination:
- Printout of Admit card
- An extra pen
- Calculators, mobile or any electronic device is Not allowed.
- Any type of paper/Algorithm is Not allowed.
How to Fill MAT 2020 OMR Sheet?
The candidates who have applied for the paper-based test (PBT) will have to mark answers on the OMR sheet. The sheet consists of the 3 parts:
|Part A||Candidates have to write down their name, roll no., date of birth, test date, signature|
|Part B||Candidates have to write down their Roll no, Registration no., and booklet series in this part|
|Part C||Answers are to be marked in this part.|
- The above image is also the OMR sheet but it consists of a candidate’s details.
- Candidates must write their details very carefully and incorrect manner.
- Also, the right format of marking the answer is mention on this side of the sheet.
- So it is advised to the candidates to read this part very carefully and then write down the details.
- In the above picture, Candidates have to make the correct answer by shading the circle of their choice. Mark the responses with Blue/ black ball pen only.
- Candidates cannot Mark more that one option. If this happens no marks will be given and sometimes it also leads to negative marking.
- You must make sure that every answer is marked in the right way.
MAT 2020 Exam Pattern
AIMA conducts the MAT exam in both online mode or offline mode. Candidates can select the mode as per their convenience. All the candidates are requested to go through the MAT 2020 Exam pattern. Preparing according to the exam pattern will lead is getting a good score in MAt 2020. The exam pattern given below is based on the previous year’s exam pattern. Candidates can refer to it for their preparation of MAT 2010. The MAT exam Pattern is as follows:
Mode of MAT Exam:
The mode of examination will be in three different forms, the candidate can choose any as per his/her convenience.
- Paper Based Test (PBT)
- Computer Based Test (CBT)
- Both PBT & CBT
- Duration: 2:30 hours
- Language of MAT 2020: English
- Negative Marking: Yes, For each incorrect answer, 0.25 marks are deducted.
- Marks per Question: Each question will carry equal marks, i.e., 1 mark each.\
- Types of Questions: Objective type Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
- Total No. of Questions: 200
- Total No. of Sections: 5, The section wise distribution is given below
|Section||No. of Questions||Suggested Time to Be Taken (in min)|
|Intelligence and Critical Reasoning||40||15|
|Data Analysis and Sufficiency||40||40|
|Indian and Global Environment||40||30|
Having Error in MAT 2020 Admit Card?
In case, any error or misprint in your Admit Card, feel free to contact to the address given below:
E-mail: [email protected]
MAT 2020 Result
The official authority will publish the scores of the candidates soon after the MAT 2020 Exam. Therefore, candidates can easily check the same either by visiting the official site. Based on the candidate’s scores and rank in the exam, they will be called for the further admission rounds. The scorecard contains the details of marks scored and the percentile obtained in the test. It is important to keep it safe until the end of the admission process.
Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is a standardized test being administered since 1988 to facilitate Business Schools (B-Schools) to screen candidates for admission to MBA and allied programs. Government of India, Ministry of HRD approved MAT as a national level test in 2003. Any B-School – national or international can consider MAT Score as an admission input based on the Score Cards issued to the candidates. The largest test of its kind in the nation, MAT will continue to be your passport to over 600 B-Schools across India.
All India Management Association was set up in 1957 for the promotion of the Management Profession in our country. It has more than 60 Local Management Associations abroad. AIMA is an active member of the Asia Association of Management Organisations (AAMO).
Q 1. I am not able to download the MAT Admit card. What should I do?
Ans. First, make sure that you are entering the right details. Second, check whether your browser is the latest or not. If not then download the latest version. If still unable to download then contact the AIMA officials at [email protected] and at 011-47673000.
Q 2. What is the mode of the test?
Ans. Candidate can opt for Computer Based Test (CBT) by paying a fee Rs 1550/-
Q 3. Is there any age bar for it? Any Job experience required to appear in MAT?
Ans. There is no age bar. Job experience is not necessary.
Q4. What is the difference between the Paper-based test and the Computer-based test?\
Ans. Paper-based test a traditional way of giving the exam where candidates are provided with the question paper and an answer sheet. In MAT PTB, candidates have to answer the question on the OMR sheet with Black/Blue Pen.
On the other hand, the Computer-based test is the tests in which the candidate is sitting next to the computer screen. The questions are on the screen and candidates have to click the right answer via a mouse connected to the computer.