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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. Govt. 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.

The candidate can choose to take the test either in written form or an online test
Test date.
The written test will be held on 1st September and the online tests will start on 7th sept in different time slots depending on the number of students taking the test.
Graduates from any discipline can apply.
Final year students of graduation can also apply.
How to apply:
Candidate can choose any one of the following modes to apply.
·         Obtain Form with MAT Bulletin/CD against cash payment of Rs 1200/- (One thousand two hundred only) from listed branches of Bank of Baroda, Axis Bank, listed Study Centers of AIMA OR from AIMA, New Delhi.

·         Obtain crossed Demand Draft (DD) of Rs 1200/- (One thousand two hundred only) in favour of ‘All India Management Association’ payable at Delhi from any Bank. Register online at website link: the DD details. Detailed procedure is given on the website link
·         Register online at website lnk Credit Card/Debit Card (ATM Card). Payment. Detailed procedure is given on the website link.

The applications are available at

·         Select Branches of Axis Bank
·         AIMA Study Centers


Four Digit codes for Management Institutes/University Departments accepting the MAT Score are given in the List of Participating Institutes/Universities as MI Code. There are five blocks consisting of four boxes each given in the Form. Fill the codes of those five institutes only where you have applied or are applying for admission. No additional fee is to be paid for filling these 5 choices.
Important Notice: Applicants are advised to check the approval/recognition status of various programs directly from the concerned Authorities/ Institutes/ Universities.


LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION                                          19TH AUGUST 2013

  •            All provisionally registered candidates both for Paper Based and Computer Based Test can download their Admit Card from AIMA website link:   7 days before thePaper Based test date i.e., with effect from 29 August 2013 (Thursday).

                            Specific Admit Card is generated both for the candidates opted for the Paper Based Test           and for the Computer Based Test.
                                  Admit Card contains Candidate’s Name, Form No, Roll No, Test Date, Test Time and                Test Venue Address. Candidate has to strictly follow the date and time allotted to                       him/her in the case of Computer Based Test.
                                   Candidates who have opted for Computer Based Test and candidates who have opted for             Paper Based Test can download their admit cards from AIMA website 7 days before the             Paper Based Test date, i.e., with effect from 29 August 2013 (Thursday).  Candidates                 who have opted for Computer Based Test can choose the date and time slot of their                   choice, subject to availability. Date and time slot will be automatically allotted by the                 system to those candidates who do not select their slot upto 4 days before the                         Computer Based Test. No request for change of date and time slot will be entertained.
                                    No separate Admit Card will be issued or dispatched.

There are 5 SECTIONS in the MAT 2013 exam. These five SECTIONS include –
§  Mathematical skills
§  Language Comprehension
§  Intelligence and Critical Reasoning
§  Indian and Global Environment
§  Data Interpretation

The MAT exam consists of objective type questions with each question containing 1 mark. Each of the papers will have 40 marks of questions allotted to it.  There is the system of negative marking and 1/4th of the mark would be deducted on each mistake by the candidate. The total number of questions is 200. The exam duration is 1 hour and 50 minutes.

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