MAT 2021 Admit Card:
MAT IBT June 2021 admit cards will be available on the MAT portals for different sessions in June 2021. Candidates can download the same using their log-in credentials. Separate hall tickets are released for the paper-based and computer-based examinations.
The MAT 2021 May session's hall tickets are available on the official website from 26th May 2021 for PBT and 10th June 2021 for CBT mode. You can download your AIMA MAT 2021 admit card simply by entering the examination roll number and password on the available screen. Here are the comprehensive steps:
How to Download MAT 2021 Call Letter –
- Click on the link https://mat.aima.in.
- Go to the Download menu and click on the MAT Admit Card option.
- Submit your application number, DOB, and email ID to access your admit card.
- Download it and take a printout for future use.
Ensure that your admit card has details like your name (candidate’s complete name), roll number, exam date, exam time, venue, etc. Those who find a discrepancy in the above details are advised to report it to the officials immediately. Moreover, the authorities are to be informed if anyone fails to download the MAT 2021 admit card.
Note: AIMA won’t let any candidate take the exam without his/her hall ticket.
Problems in Downloading MAT Admit Card 2021
Candidates may face problems in downloading their MAT 2021 admit card mainly due to three reasons. Given below are the problems and their solutions:
- Slow internet speed - Check your internet speed, and if slow, switch to a faster network.
- Forgot log in password - Recover password/create a new password by clicking on the 'Forgot Password' tab in the login window.
- Error on MAT website due to heavy traffic - Reload or revisit the website after some time.
Documents to Carry on MAT Exam Day
Candidates must carry any one of the identity proofs (in original) mentioned below:
- Driving License
- PAN Card
- Aadhaar Card
- Voter ID card
Candidates who have applied under the Reserved category must carry the original copy of their Caste certificate. Also, the candidates who got their name changed should carry proof of the same.
MAT Results 2021:
MAT 2021 results will be uploaded on the official website. Candidates can check the result using their registration number and password.
- Visit the official website of the Management Aptitude Test.
- Hit the ‘Result’ tab and select the ‘MAT Result’ option.
- Provide details like your ‘Registration Number’ and ‘Roll Number’.
- You will see your scorecard right on the screen.
- Take a printout after downloading.
The result for the MAT IBT and PBT in February 2021 will be available on the official website soon. Candidates can download the same using their login details. The exact result announcement date is yet to be announced.
MAT Exam 2021 Scorecard:
MAT 2021 February result will be declared right after the commencement of the exam. The scorecard remains valid for one whole year. It can be obtained from the website of AIMA after the result declaration using the registration number and roll number. In case of missing, applicants can request the authority for a duplicate scorecard.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
AIMA MAT exam is conducted four times a year. Here are the frequently asked questions related to the exam.
Q. What is the MAT May-June 2021 exam commencement date?
A. The May session exam will be conducted on 30th May 2021 (PBT) and 13th June 2021 (CBT). The schedule for IBT is mentioned-above.
Q: What is the last date of MAT May-June registration 2021?
A: The last date for MAT May-June 2021 registration is 24th May 2021 for PBT and 07th June 2021 for CBT.
Q: When will the MAT 2021 admit card for the May-June exam release?
A: MAT 2021 admit card for the May-June session exam is available from 26th May 2021 (PBT) and 10th June 2021 (CBT).
Q: What are the precautionary measures to be taken for COVID-19 at the MAT exam centre?
A: The temperature of each candidate will be checked at the entry. The candidates have to present their self-declaration form for gaining entry. The candidates also have to wear a mask covering their nose and mouth and carry a hand sanitiser with them.
Q: I have registered for both MAT PBT and CBT mode exam. Will I get my MAT admit card?
A: Separate MAT admit card will be issued for PBT and CBT mode exams to all candidates. They have to present the admit card specific to the exam mode; otherwise, they will be barred from taking the exam.
Q: Hello, I’ve done graduation in Arts. Am I eligible for MAT?
A: Yes, you are eligible. As per the official notice, candidates with a Bachelor’s Degree from any recognised university can take the exam.
Q: Is there any age limit for the MAT Exam?
A: There is no prescribed age limit for the MAT exam.
Q: In a year for how many times the MAT Exams are conducted?
A: The MAT Exam is conducted four times a year - February, May, September and December.
Q: What is the exam pattern of MAT?
A: The exam tests the managerial aptitude and skills of the candidate. Questions are asked from Language Comprehension, Mathematical Skills, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning, Data Analysis and Sufficiency and General Awareness sections.
Q: What is the registration mode for the MAT exam?
A: To register, you need to visit the official website. The link is given above.
Q: What is the validity period of the MAT scorecard?
A: The scorecard remains valid for a year.
Q: How the Computer-based test is different from that of the Paper-based exam?
A: For CBT – the candidates would sit in front of the computer where questions will be presented to them in a sequence. They should answer the questions with the help of the keyboard and the mouse.
For PBT – PBT is a conventional test where the candidates are given a printed question paper. Along with the question paper, OMR sheets are also provided to be filled with the correct answer.
Q. What is the AIMA IBT mode?
A: Amidst the COVID-19 situation, the exam conducting authority has launched IBT (Internet Based Test) mode so that students can easily appear for the exam by sitting at home.