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MAT Entrance Exam 2023

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MAT 2023 Result

The results for the MAT 2023 May term examination will be released on the official website of AIMA. It is expected to be released within the 3rd week of June 2022. Candidates can check for the MAT 2023 score as well as the cutoff for the exam from the AIMA website. There are different modes to check the score for the exam. The different modes are discussed below.

Checking the MAT 2023 Result online

A candidate can check the results online using the respective website of AIMA given earlier. The steps to check the results are given underneath. 

  • Use the link to visit the official website of AIMA.
  • Candidates must be ready to enter the registration id and roll number to check and download the result.
  • Candidates also have to select the month in which they appeared for the exam in the drop down menu.
  • However, there is a provision that AIMA will send the hard copy of the result to the successful candidates by post.

Checking the MAT Result using SMS

  • This facility is designed by AIMA for checking the results through SMS.
  • To get the results on mobile through SMS, send a message by typing MATS Form no. DOB to 54242. The DOB should be in ddmmyy format.

The validity of the score for MAT exam is upto a period of one year after the publication of results of MAT exam. It is accepted by a total of 600 plus management schools across India.

After the results are published, it is sent to the Management Institutes selected by the candidates at the time of registration. However one can also select more business schools after paying an additional fee.

Candidates are shortlisted on the basis of their entrance test scores. After shortlisting candidates, they are called for a writing test, GD and PI rounds of selection. Though the selection procedure is solely based on the standards set by the candidates.

Scoring on the MAT Exam

The MAT score also consists of sectional results. The results are displayed for all the five sections of the examination. Some of the details about them are discussed below.

  • For the section of Indian & Global Environment, a separate score is calculated on a scale of 0-100.
  • However this section marks are not included in the MAT score. 
  • Thus composite score in MAT is calculated using the marks obtained in 4 sections only.