MAT Exam Result 2019 – Download February Session Result and Scorecard
Published on : 3rd March 2019
All India Management Association (AIMA) has declared the result for Management Admission Test (MAT) 2019 February session. The result was uploaded on the official website on 2nd March and candidates who have appeared for the exam can check the result and download the scorecard.
Steps to check the AIMA MAT Feb 2019 Result
- Go to the official website for MAT Feb 2019.
- Click on “Click here to download the result card for MAT Feb 2019” link.
- Submit your registration number and roll number to check your result.
- Your result/scorecard will appear on the screen.
- Download and take a print out.
AIMA MAT 2019 Result by SMS
Candidates can also check the result through SMS. Type MATS followed by your application number and DOB and send it to 54242.
MATS >> Application Number >> DOB
AIMA MAT Feb 2019
The result/ scorecard of MAT 2019 comprises of:
- Candidate’s Name
- Date of Birth
- Application Number
- Roll Number
- Sectional Score
- Overall Score
MAT Result Validity
The MAT result remains valid for one year i.e. candidates can use the MAT score for admission to the participating colleges within one year.
MAT 2019 – Issue of Duplicate Scorecard
If you lose your scorecard, you can get a duplicate scorecard. Write an application to AIMA for this. You are required to attach the copy of the MAT admit card along with the application. Send the application by post along with a self-addressed envelope of size 24cm x 12cm.
Note: If you send the application at the official address within 15 days of the release of the actual MAT Scorecard, you won’t be charged any fee for the duplicate scorecard. Post 15 days, you will have to send a demand draft of ₹ 100 in the favour of “All Indian Management Association” for the duplicate scorecard.
After MAT 2018 Results
The various B-schools will release the cut-off based on the result of Management Aptitude Test 2019. Every B-school or institute has a separate parameter for further selection. In general, there are Group Discussions (GD), Personal Interview (PI) and Written Ability Test (WAT) phases.