The applicants can see the list of examination test centers in the Registration form. The test centers are different for the Computer-based test and the Paper-based test.
It is to be noted by the candidates that the Paper-based test is taken in one slot of time on the day of the MAT exam. Whereas, the Computer-based test can be taken in different time slots on the given date of the MAT exam.
MAT 2018 Exam: Preparation Strategy
Students should plan at least 4 months prior to the notification of the MAT exam. First of all, they should know the ambit of the syllabus that should be covered within the given period of time. Then, they should read previous years questions carefully to know about its difficulty level. It will help them to devise their strategy for the exam. They should mark out the areas in the syllabus from where questions are asked frequently. But it is important to cover every part of the syllabus.
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Q. What is the date of the exam of the MAT February 2018?
The Paper based test is to be conducted in February, 2018 and the Computer based test is to be conducted in February, 2018.
Q. What is the eligibility criteria for the MAT Exam?
The candidate should be a graduate from any recognized university. The candidate can be from any discipline of graduation.
Q. If there is any age limit for the MAT Exam?
There is no prescribed age limit for the MAT exam.
Q. In a year for how many times the MAT Exams are conducted?
The MAT Exam is conducted for four times in a year, in the months of February, May, September and December.
Q. What is the pattern of examination of MAT?
The MAT Exam tests essentially the managerial aptitude and skills of the candidate. For this questions are asked in the five sections comprising of Language comprehension, Mathematical skills, Intelligence and critical reasoning, Data analysis and sufficiency and general awareness about India and the world.
Q. When does the candidate get his MAT score card?
After the declaration of the MAT exam results, candidates are facilitated with the MAT score card.
Q. What is the period of validity of the score card of the MAT exam?
The score card remains valid for a year.
Q. How is the Computer based test and the Paper based tests are different?
Candidates while taking the computer based test should sit in front of computer on which questions will be presented to him in a sequence. He should answer the question with the help of the keyboard and the mouse.
In the Paper based test, a conventional way of test, candidates are given a printed question paper which should be answered by the candidate. Along with the question paper, an OMR sheets are also given which a candidate is required to fill for the correct answer.