Prerna Goel|Jul 2, 2022
MAT Exam 2022: PBT, CBT phase 1 exam today; Check COVID-19 guidelines and important instructions
AIMA is conducting May session MAT 2022 PBT and CBT today. Check the COVID-19 guidelines and some important instructions that candidates must follow.
NEW DELHI: The All India Management Association (AIMA) is conducting MAT 2022 (phase I) for the May session today, May 15. MAT exam 2022 is being conducted in paper-based (PBT) and computer-based modes (CBT) today. Candidates must carry the MAT 2022 admit card along with the valid id proof to enter the examination hall.
Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is a national-level entrance examination conducted for admission to the MBA/ PGDM offered by the participating institutes. MAT is conducted four times a year and the total duration of the exam is 150 minutes. It is mandatory for the candidates to follow all the instructions and MAT guidelines set by the authorities during the exam day.
MAT PBT/ CBT Exam Dates 2022: May session
MAT phase 1 dates
MAT phase 2 dates
MAT 2022 admit card download
May 11, 2022
May 25, 2022
MAT 2022 exam date for PBT/ CBT mode
May 15, 2022
May 28, 2022
MAT 2022 Exam day guidelines
Following are the major MAT exam day guidelines to be followed:
Carry two printouts of the MAT 2022 admit card along with the filled in self-declaration (undertaking) to the test centre of MAT.
Reach the MAT 2022 exam centre before the reporting time printed on the MAT admit card.
Candidates must not carry phones, earphones/hands-free, calculators, jewellery, watches and any other electronic device.
Candidates will be permitted to carry only certain items with them into the test centre:
Valid photo ID proof such as Voter ID, Aadhar Card, Driving License, etc.
A simple transparent ballpoint pen (blue/ black)
Personal hand sanitizer (50 ml)
Personal transparent water bottle
Masks and gloves
MAT 2022 Exam: Covid-19 guidelines
At the time of entry, the MAT admit card and self-declaration will be checked along with the candidate’s body temperature (using thermoguns).
At the MAT 2022 test centre, candidates must follow the physical social distancing norms as per the standard advisories of the government.
Candidates must wear a suitable/ standard mask to cover their nose and mouth properly before entering the test centre and keep it on until they exit the test centre of MAT.
Candidates will be required to sanitize their hands with hand sanitizer just before entering the MAT 2022 test centre gates
Candidates are advised to take all due precautions to prevent being infected or avoid spreading COVID-19; when appearing for MAT 2022 CBT and PBT.
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