All India Management Association (AIMA) conducts Management Aptitude Test (MAT) in Computer Based Test following the Covid19 safety guidelines. The examination is conducted with an aim to facilitate admission to Business Schools (B-Schools) in MBA and allied programs. The candidates who appear for the MAT CBT held on 20 February 2021, have a look at the analysis of the Computer-Based Test.
The Management Aptitude Test is conducted in objective-type mode questions designed and developed to ascertain the aptitude of the candidates to undergo the Post Graduate Programme in Management. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the MAT February examination is conducted in CBT mode. Approximately 84 percent of the candidates appear in the Management Aptitude Test 2020.
As many as 200 questions in objective type format are asked from the candidates. The duration of the test is 2 hours 30 minutes. There are 200 multiple choice questions and all questions are compulsory to answer. According to the pattern each MCQ consisted of a stem which can be in the form of a question or an incomplete statement and four options.
Candidates must choose the correct or most appropriate answer by clicking on the button next to the answer. The candidate can change this answer by clicking on the appropriate answer. Candidates can navigate freely through the questions. Candidates can move between the sections. Here is an analysis of the difficulty level of the MAT CBT test is facilitated as a reference of the candidates.
I) Language Comprehension- 40 Questions- Easy Level
II) Intelligence & Critical Reasoning- 40 questions- Moderate Level
III) Mathematical Skills- 40 questions- Moderate to difficult level
IV) Data Analysis & Sufficiency- 40 questions- Moderate level
V) Indian & Global Environment- 40 questions- Moderate to difficult level
Official publication of the Answer key, MAT Score would be obtained from the official site. Candidates are asked to visit the website from time to time for the latest announcement/ updates.
MAT Score Card- Candidates should view/download the MAT Score from the AIMA website www.aima.in after three weeks from the date of the test. Candidates have to download the MAT Score from the AIMA website www.aima.in.