MAT 2020 exam in CBT begins amidst COVID-19

Strict COVID-19 guidelines were followed at the MAT exam centres where the exam is being conducted in computer-based mode.

MAT 2020 exam in CBT begins amidst COVID-19
Team Careers360 | Dec 28, 2020 - 10:47 a.m. IST
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NEW DELHI - AIMA is conducting the MAT 2020 exam in the computer-based mode for the December session in wake of the prevailing situation that is caused due to COVID-19. At the MAT test centre, it was observed that only those candidates who had brought the MAT 2020 admit card along with the valid identity proof were allowed to appear for the exam. Candidates had arrived at the MAT test centre 30 minutes prior to the exam time. The COVID-19 guidelines were being followed and candidates were seen wearing masks and following the social-distancing guidelines.

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MAT 2020 CBT Mode Important Dates



Availability of MAT 2020 admit card

December 26, 2020

MAT 2020 December session

December 28, 2020

MAT 2020 CBT result

To be notified

Exam Day Instructions: MAT 2020

The candidates were following the following instructions as mentioned on the admit card:

  • The candidates carried an extra pen since they were not allowed to borrow any stationery item.

  • No candidate was seen carrying electronic gadgets such as calculators, mobile phones, smartwatches and any other electronic devices.

  • Candidates were not carrying any kind of paper/algorithm.

MAT 2020

Management Aptitude Test, commonly known as MAT, is a national-level entrance examination conducted four times a year for admission to the postgraduate management programmes offered by the participating institutions. The exam is conducted for a total duration of 2 hours and 30 minutes.

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