MAT Result 2020

MAT 2020 Exam Date (May 2020 -Revised schedule) – MAT 2020 May CBT and PBT mode exam dates have been revised due to COVID-19 pandamic crisis

Paper Based Test (PBT) Schedule

Last Date for PBT Online Registration – 7th June 2020 ( Sunday)

Download PBT Admit Card – 9th June 2020

MAT 2020 Exam (PBT) – 14th June 2020 (Sunday)

Computer Based Test (CBT) Schedule

Last Date for CBT Online Registration – 15th June 2020 (Monday)

Download CBT Admit Card – 17th June 2020

MAT 2020 Exam (CBT) – 21st June 2020 (Sunday)

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MAT 2020 Result

All India Management Association (AIMA) will release the result of MAT May session 2020 on or after 3rd Week of June, 2020. Candidates have to download the MAT 2020. Score from AIMA website

MAT Result Online

  • Using the link above, visit MAT 2019 December exam page.
  • Candidates need to use their MAT Registration number and Roll Number to check and download the result.
  • Candidates must also select the month in which they appeared for MAT in drop down menu.
  • AIMA also sends MAT 2020 Result copy to the candidates through post.

MAT Result on SMS

  • The facility has been provided by AIMA to check MAT Exam Result by SMS.
  • To get MAT Result on SMS, the candidate can send the following message “MATS Form No. DOB (ddmmyy)” to 54242

The AIMA MAT score is valid for one year. 600 plus B-schools across India accept MAT score for their admission process.

MAT scores will be sent to the Management Institutes selected by you during Registration. You can also opt for additional schools to receive your scores at an additional fee.

Candidates are shortlisted first on the basis of their MAT score. Shortlisted candidates are called for the further selection process – Writing test, GD, and PI. The selection process may differ from institute to institute.

Scoring on the MAT Exam

MAT Result will display scores of 5 sections viz. Language Comprehension, Mathematical Skills, Data Analysis & Sufficiency, Intelligence & Critical Reasoning and Indian & Global Environment.

Here are some important points about them:

  • For the subject Indian & Global Environment, a separate score is calculated on a scale of 0-100. This section is not considered while calculating the percentile score and merit position.
  • Composite score in MAT is calculated with only 4 subjects.