AIMA releases MAT February 2019 Admit Card for CBT and PBT Phase 2, know how to download here

AIMA releases MAT February 2019 Admit Card for CBT and PBT Phase 2, know how to download here
Sreetama Datta | Feb 21, 2019 - 6:38 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, FEBRUARY 21: All India Management Association (AIMA) has released the MAT February 2019 admit card for the paper-based test (PBT) Phase 2 on February 21. The admit card for the computer-based test was released on February 20, 2019. The CBT exam is scheduled to be conducted on February 23, 2019, while the PBT phase 2 exam will be conducted on February 24. Candidates who have applied for the exam have to visit the official website of AIMA in order to download their hall ticket.

Latest: MAT 2019 Admit Card available now for download

To download the MAT admit card for February’s exam, follow the steps below:

  • Visit the official website of AIMA MAT (mat.aima.in/feb19/)

  • Bring the cursor to Download tab and select MAT Admit Card option from the drop-down menu

  • Enter two of the fields including Registration Number, Date of Birth and Email Address

  • Click on Submit

  • Download and print the MAT February 2019 admit card

Documents to carry along with MAT Admit Card 2019

Candidates have to carry the MAT February 2019 admit card on the exam day along with anyone valid photo identity proof like-

  • Driving License

  • Passport

  • PAN Card

  • Voter ID card

  • UID Aadhaar Card

Without the possession of admit card, no aspirant will be allowed to take the test.

Details printed on MAT Admit Card 

  • Candidate name

  • Candidate roll number

  • Candidate photograph and signature

  • MAT Exam Centre name, address and code

  • Exam Day Instructions


MAT 2019 Exam Pattern

The exam has five sections carrying a total of 200 questions. Each section has 40 questions. All the questions will be Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). Here are all the sections of the exam:

  • Language Comprehension

  • Mathematical Skills

  • Data Analysis & Sufficiency

  • Indian & Global Environment

  • Intelligence & Critical Reasoning

Marking Scheme: A correct answer will be awarded one mark and every incorrect answer will face a penalty of 0.25 (1/4th) marks. The maximum marks, which a candidate can score in the exam is 200 and the scaled score is given out of 800.

Notably, the first February session of MAT PBT was conducted on February 17, 2019. The applications for the PBT Phase 2 concluded on February 20 while for CBT the deadline was February 18.

MAT is a national-level MBA entrance exam conducted four times in a year - February, May, September and December. The exam is conducted for MBA/PGDM admissions to more than 600 B-schools across the country which accept MAT scores for admission process.

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