MAT 2020 February Exam - Registration Process Started

Published on : 30th December 2019    Author : Himanshu Basant Bhatt
MAT Exam

All India Management Association has started the registration process for the Management Aptitude Test (MAT) 2020 February session. Candidates interested in appearing for the exam can complete the registration process online at the official website. The last date for registration is 9th February (for PBT) and 26th January (for CBT). Here are other important dates and details about the registration process.

MAT 2020 February Session Important Dates

The following table presents the important dates for the MAT 2020 February session exam:

Exam Events

Important Dates

Registration process begins

27th December 2019

Last date for registration

9th February 2020 (for PBT)

26th February 2020 (for CBT)

Admit Card availability

11th February 2020 (for PBT)

28th February 2020 (for CBT)

Exam Date

16th February 2020 (for PBT)

2nd February 2020 (for CBT)

Result declaration

Last week of February 2020

MAT 2020 February Session - Steps to Apply

  • Visit the official website at https://www.aima.in/testing-services/mat/mat.html.
  • Click on the link “Online Registration by candidates for Feb 2020 MAT”.
  • Click on “Fresh Candidate to create Log In (New Log In)” link.
  • Enter the details for registration viz. Name, date of birth, mobile number, password, state, etc.
  • After registration, you will receive the registration ID and password.
  • Log-in using the ID and password.
  • Complete the MAT 2020 application form.

MAT 2020 February Session Application Fee

The application fee for the MAT 2020 February session is as under:

Exam Events

Application Fee Amount

For Paper Based Test (PBT)

₹ 1550/-

For Computer Based Test (CBT)

₹ 1550/-

For both PBT and CBT

₹ 2650/-

About MAT

Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is conducted for admission to MBA and other allied programmes offered by various B- Schools. The MAT exam was approved as a national level test by the Ministry of HRD, Government of India in 2003. The MAT score is considered for admission by more than 600 B-Schools across the country.


About the Author: Himanshu Basant Bhatt

Himanshu Basant Bhatt

Himanshu Basant Bhatt is working as a writer for ExamsPlanner from last 18 months. Joining the project at its initial stage, she had contributed to the expansion of the project in many ways. Her research and understanding on the official information and presenting it in an easy-to-grab manner has helped in providing the authentic information on our web portal. Her skills of keeping a track on all the latest updates are well utilized for answering the queries of all the aspirants. With such an asset, we aim to help students with genuine information on various competitive exams.



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