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MAT cut off December 2016 mark rank list

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 MAT cut off DECEMBER 2016 : Mat or management aptitude test is an exam for getting admission in MBA. A merit list is prepared on the basis of which candidates in the merit list get admission in MBA colleges across India.

MAT cut off DECEMBER 2016

It is conducted by all India management association (AIMA) and the result is also declared by AIMA. It is both paper pen test and computer based online test. It is conducted 4 times in a year in the month of February, May, September and December. The AIMA MAT December 2016 was conducted on December 6 (paper format) and December 12(computer based test).

MAT cut off DECEMBER 2016 marks list

The AIMA MAT test comprises of 200 questions. For every correct answer 4 marks is given and 1 mark is deducted for incorrect one.

Result of MAT December 2016 has been declared by all India management association. You can check the result on net.

Steps to check results

  • Candidates have to visit aima.in
  • Enter your roll number
  • Enter your form no
  • Select the month of rest
  • And you will get the result

You can also get the score card which you can receive by post after the end of December.

Cut off for B-schools

Candidates are selected on the basis of cut off afford by the business schools across India. Cut off MAT exam is different for different b-schools. The cut off for mat ranges from 700 to 50. The cut off of MAT December 2016 is likely to be declared shortly. The cut off will be available on AIMA website (www.aima.in).

On the basis of previous year the cut off for different B-schools can be**

INSTITUTE CUT OFF
TP PAI MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE 700
XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 700
ABV INDIAN INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT 600
INSTITUTE OF FINACE AND INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT 600
INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC INTERPRISE 650
BALAJI INSTITUTE OFMODERN MANAGEMENT 600
ALLIANCE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 500
VIT BUSINESS SCHOOL 500
ITM BUSINESS SCHOOL 600
DBA Global Business School 500
AIMS 500
GBS GN 450
New Delhi Institute of Management – Delhi 450
IIMS 450
MIT 500
MS RAMAIAH INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED MANAGEMENT 500
JAIPURIA INSTITUTE OF MANGEMENT 600
KIIT SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT 600
PSG INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 500
Indian Institute of Finance 94
Alliance Business School 90
Institute of Rural Management 90
Punjab College of Technical Education – PCTE 75
MIMS 70
BVIMRDA 70
IIMR Pharma Business School 65
MIMS  Bengaluru 60
 NSHM  Durgapur 57
DBS 53
PSGIMC 53

**THESE ARE EXPECTED CUT OFF

THE CUT OFF RATE OF THESE INSTITUTES LARGELY DEPEND UPON THE FOLLOWING FACTORS

  • The number of candidates who registered
  • The number of candidates appeared in the exam
  • Difficulty levels
  • Reservation policy
  • Level of competition

This year the number of candidates has increased from previous year, so the level of competition has increased. It is expected that the range of cut off of top B-school across India would be 700 to 500. If you get 500+ marks in your exam then you could get admission in a good B-school in India.

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MAT result December 2015 date analysis

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MAT result December 2015 : MAT is the contingent test being managed since 1988 to assist Business school to monitor various candidates coming from different parts of the country to seek admission to MBA and other allied programmes. Government on India and Ministry of human resource development (HRD) approved MAT as national level test.

MAT result December 2015

Any business school national/international can take MAT score of the candidate for admission to the colleges. Mat to continue as an entrance test to PGDM institutes across India as per of supreme court of India on 18th February 2013. AIMAMat exam is held four times in a year i.e. February, December, May and September. Mat test is held at national level to screen candidate to admission to MBA.

MAT result December 2015 analysis

The admission will be imparted on the basis of cut-off published by the individual business school and performance in the personal interview and group discussion. AIMA is responsible for MAT examination which is a national level exam for admission of talented candidates in renowned MBA colleges.

MAT result December 2015 date

It is one of the most important tests after CAT. Selection of the candidate is primarily dependent on the percentile and ranking of the MAT exam. MAT result 2015 will soon be announced on the website of exam conducting body, which is AIMA. Candidates are recommended to focus on further selection stages such as group discussion etc. A candidate should have good knowledge, communication skills; confidence etc. are all the main attributes of selection process.

Procedure for checking MAT result December 2015

  • Access to the direct link present on the official site
  • Click on the link, another window will pop up enter your roll number
  • On submission, your MAT result will be displayed in front of you
  • The result will disclose the section wise result and the percentile scored by the candidate in the MAT examination
  • Go through each details indicated on your MAT result
  • Print your admit card for the future records while taking the admission

Note-:  MAT score card will also be sent to the candidates registered address.

The total duration of the AIMA MAT exam is 150 minutes that is 2 hours 30 minutes. There are total 5 sections each comprising of 40 questions. The total number of question is 200. The sections are Data Analysis and Sufficiency, language comprehension, Mathematical skills, Intelligence and critical reasoning, Indian and Global environment. Each question is of one (1) marks and each for incorrect answer ¼ marks are allotted.

The AIMA MAT paper is of 200 marks. There were 20 question from reading comprehension and 20 from verbal ability. The difficulty level of this section was easy to moderate. Question from this section were quite easy but bit tricky. The difficulty level of the mathematical part was easy as the questions were basic. On the other hand while the questions from the Data analysis and sufficiency section was quite tricky. The overall difficulty level of this section was considered to be moderate. The questions from the intelligence and the critical sections were not so tuff and the difficulty can be considered to be moderate. The questions from the last section that is Indian and global environment can be classified as moderate.