MAT Exam Pattern 2024 (Available): Check MAT Paper Pattern and Marking Scheme

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MAT pattern 2024 has been prescribed by the All India Management Association (AIMA). Like other MBA entrance exams, MAT is also a speed based test in which candidates have to answer questions in a limited time. The MAT exam is conducted in three modes - Paper Based Test (PBT), Computer Based Test (CBT) and Internet Based Test (IBT) mode. The MAT exam is conducted multiple times in four phases and candidates can appear for it any number of times. All the three modes have common MAT test structure and sectional composition. The difficulty level of MAT exam is easy to moderate. In this article, get all the details of MAT 2024 exam pattern to understand the test structure, examination modes, difficulty levels, subject wise weightage, marking scheme, etc. 

Q:   Are there any changes in the MAT 2024 exam format compared to the previous years?

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If you're planning to take the MAT 2024, then you're in luck because the exam format remains unchanged from the previous years. The MAT 2024 test pattern consists of five sections that will measure your Language Comprehension, Mathematical Skills, Data Analysis and Sufficiency, Indian and Global Environment, and Intelligence and Critical Reasoning. The best part is you can choose to take the exam either in paper-based or computer-based modes. The total exam duration is 150 minutes, and you'll be faced with 200 questions to answer. But don't worry, each question carries one mark, so you have a chance to score big. Just keep in mind that there's a penalty of 0.25 marks for each incorrect answer, so choose wisely. You have four chances to take the exam in February, May, September, and December, so mark your calendars and get ready to ace it!

Q:   What is the difference between CBT and PBT modes of MAT exam?

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The CBT or computer based mode MAT exam is conducted online in which, candidates have to punch in their answers on the computer screen with the help of the mouse-pad. In PBT mode exam, candidates have to fill an OMR sheet with a blue/black ball point pen with the suitable option as the answer. These days most of the candidates opt for CBT which is way it is conducted twice in a particular exam phase. PBT is conducted only once in MAT exam phase. There is no difference in the exam pattern or syllabus of the MAT CBT and MAT PBT. Candidates can choose the mode of exam at the time of registration as per their convenience. If a candidate is comfortable in pen and paper mode, then they can opt for MAT PBT and if the candidate is comfortable in taking tests on computer, they can opt for MAT CBT. However, the CBT and PBT exams are held in different cities so candidates must check the list of test cities before choosing their exam mode.
 

Q:   Is MAT exam easier than other MBA entrance exams?

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Yes, the difficulty level of MAT exam is lower than other MBA entrance exams. The question paper is usually of easy to moderate difficulty level. The exam is held for 150 minutes. There are 200 questions in the exam paper. There is no sectional time limit in MAT which allows the candidate to plan a strategy according to their strengths and weaknesses. The score of Indian and Global Environment section is not considered for percentile calculation thus candidates don't have the stress of fifth section. Also, solving 200 questions is not mandatory so candidates can choose to solve only those questions which they know they can solve accurately. Sectional difficulty level of MAT is also lower than other MBA exams. Candidates can attempt the exam multiple times in the same academic year to improve their score. They also have the option to choose the mode of test - CBT, IBT, PBT - which makes it the most student friendly exam. Also, the MAT cut offs for admission are much lower as compared to other entrance exams.

Q:   Which section of MAT exam has maximum weightage?

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Each section of MAT exam has equal weightage. All the five sections - Language Comprehension, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning, Data Analysis and Data Sufficiency, Mathematical Skills and Indian & Global Environment have 40 questions. Each question carries one mark thus the section wise weightage of marks is 40 per section. There is negative marking of 0.25 in MAT. Since, every section has equal weightage, you need to prepare well for each one of them for a good overall score. Even in the exam, spend a good amount of time on each section and solve a minimum number of questions to meet the sectional cut off. Since, there is no sectional time-limit in MAT exam. Candidates can decide themselves how much time they should spend on which section as one needs to score well in all sections because of equal weightage. Out of 2.5 hours or 150 minutes, candidates should allot maximum time to the section they find tough or are calculation intensive. It is advisable to attempt the easier sections first and then move to tougher sections.
 

MAT Pattern: Key Highlights

The MAT exam pattern is one of the most student friendly test patterns among all the MBA entrance exams in India. The MAT question paper has 200 questions from Language Comprehension, Data Analysis and Sufficiency, Mathematical Skills and Intelligence and Critical Reasoning and Indian and Global Environment. As per the MAT exam pattern 2024, all the five sections have 40 questions each in the Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) format. 

Check below the key highlights of MAT pattern and test structure. The question papers of MAT 2024 IBT, CBT and PBT will be based on the same structure.

MAT Features

MAT Exam Details

Exam modes

  • Paper Based Test (PBT)
  • Computer Based Test (CBT)
  • Internet Based Test (IBT)

MAT sections

  • Language Comprehension
  • Data Analysis & Sufficiency
  • Mathematical Skills
  • Intelligence & Critical Reasoning
  • Indian & Global Environment

Total number of questions

200

Exam duration

150 minutes

Total marks

200

Marking scheme

+1 for each correct entry

-0.25 for each incorrect entry

0 for not attempting a question

Q:   How can I prepare for MAT in six months?

A:

For MAT preparation in six months candidates need to have a focused plan. They must gather the best books for MAT preparation and start with covering the syllabus. MAT syllabus should be completed in three months. You can make a monthly/weekly or daily plan to cover the syllabus which should include studying one topic each from the main four sections - Mathematical Skills, Data Interpretation, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning as well as Language Comprehension. Keep the Indian and Global Environment section for the last. In the next two months, practice MAT sample papers and MAT mock tests to gain control over the topics you studied in the first three months. For a speed based test like MAT mock test and sample paper practice is a must because only with the help of these you can gain speed and accuracy in solving questions. The MAT question paper can have tough, tricky or easy question so you should be prepared for all types. In the last one month, study for the Indian and Global Environment section and do daily revision of all other topics. Solve a few previous year MAT question paper or solve a couple of mock tests to stay in touch with your abilities. Read More: MAT 6 months preparation plan

Q:   If I am preparing for CAT, do I need to prepare separately for MAT?

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No, CAT and MAT syllabuses are almost same. MAT is easy. If you are preparing for CAT then no need of separate work for MAT. The syllabus is almost the same. I was also a student who prepared for CAT immediately after my graduation. The important things which you should look into while preparing for this exam are as follows: 1. Select one of the best coaching centers which offer quality education- TIME is one of the famous coaching centers for CAT. 2. Dedication- Be focused on the aim which you need to achieve. 3. Try to read Hindu newspaper editorial. Most of the passages which appear in CAT are from Hindu editorial. 4. Try to maximum number of online mock test. You will definitely clear CAT by doing the above. 5. Try to read as much as you can and make note of points. 6. Revision of each week topics is very important. 7. Mathematical ability questions will be little twisted try to do as faster as you can. These are my tips for you to crack both MAT and CAT.

Q:   Is MAT exam easier than other MBA entrance exams?

A:
Yes, the difficulty level of MAT exam is lower than other MBA entrance exams. The question paper is usually of easy to moderate difficulty level. The exam is held for 150 minutes. There are 200 questions in the exam paper. There is no sectional time limit in MAT which allows the candidate to plan a strategy according to their strengths and weaknesses. The score of Indian and Global Environment section is not considered for percentile calculation thus candidates don't have the stress of fifth section. Also, solving 200 questions is not mandatory so candidates can choose to solve only those questions which they know they can solve accurately. Sectional difficulty level of MAT is also lower than other MBA exams. Candidates can attempt the exam multiple times in the same academic year to improve their score. They also have the option to choose the mode of test - CBT, IBT, PBT - which makes it the most student friendly exam. Also, the MAT cut offs for admission are much lower as compared to other entrance exams.

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MAT Pattern 2024: Section-wise Weightage

MAT question paper comprises 200 questions which are divided equally into five sections. Thus, all the sections carry equal weightage and one section cannot be ignored for anothe. Candidates have to perform well in all five sections. Check the table below for sectional weightage of MAT 2024 exam pattern:

MAT Sections

Number of Questions

Language Comprehension

40

Intelligence and Critical Reasoning

40

Data Analysis and Sufficiency

40

Mathematical Skills

40

Indian and Global Environment

40

Total

200

MAT Exam Pattern 2024: Sectional Details

MAT has five sections. In other MBA entrance exams, Data Interpretation is clubbed with either Quantitative Ability or Logical Reasoning. In MAT, Data Interpretation is a separate section. Take a look at key details of the five sections of MAT question paper below:

Language Comprehension: This section has two parts – Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension. Topics in this section include Verb, Noun, Pronoun, Adjective, Adverb, Antonyms & Synonyms, One Word Substitution, Idioms/Phrases, Vocabulary, Fill in the blanks, Sentence Correction, Para Jumble and Reading Comprehension.

Also Read: MAT 2024 Preparation for Language Comprehension

Intelligence & Critical Reasoning: This section of MAT carries questions from Analytical and Logical Reasoning topics such as Family Tree, Course of Action, Arrangement, Pie Chart, Calendars, Statement Conclusions, Strong Arguments and Weak Arguments, Puzzles, Series, Blood Relations, Coding & Decoding, Visual Reasoning, Syllogisms and Graphs.

Also Read: MAT 2024 Preparation for Intelligence & Critical Reasoning

Data Analysis & Data Sufficiency: This section is divided into two parts – Data Analysis and Data Sufficiency. Questions are asked from Line Graph, Bar Graph, Caselet, Pie Chart, Data Comparison, Quantitative Comparison and Data Sufficiency.

Also Read: MAT 2024 Preparation for Data Analysis & Data Sufficiency

Mathematical Skills: The Mathematical Skills section of MAT is what is known as Quantitative Aptitude in other MBA entrance exams. In this section, questions are asked from various topics of Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration and Modern Maths.

Also Read: MAT 2024 Preparation for Mathematical Skills

Indian & Global Environment: The Indian & Global Environment or GK section includes questions from Current Affairs and Static GK. Although this section carries 40 marks, it is not taken into consideration to determine candidate’s MAT score and percentile.

Also Read: MAT 2024 Preparation for Indian & Global Environment

Q:   What are the important topics for MAT preparation?

A:
The Management Aptitude Test MAT is conducted for admission to more than 800 colleges. Based on the analysis of previous year's question papers, the following are some of the important topics for MAT preparation: 1. Mathematical Skills Section: The important topics include number systems, averages, percentages, Algebra ratios, time and work, speed, geometry, venn diagrams, time and distance, and profit and loss. 2. Data Analysis and Sufficiency: In this section, important topics are charts, line X-Y graphs, data comparison, and caselet-based data. 3. Intelligence and critical reasoning Section: Some important topics in this section include syllogisms, direction, blood relations, statement assumptions, conclusions, arrangement, coding and decoding, and arguments. 4. Language Comprehension: For this section, vocabulary and basic grammar are very important. The topic includes one-word substitution, antonyms and synonyms, and comprehension.
 

Q:   How can I prepare for MAT exam without coaching?

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I am telling you some books and you can check last year's question papers that will help you to crack it without coaching List of 10 best books for MAT are given below : 1. Mission MBA MAT Guide by B S Sijwali and Tarun Goal (Arihant Books) 2. MAT (Management Aptitude Test) Entrance Exams with Practice CDby GKP (G K Publications Pvt. Ltd. ) covers, 3. The Pearson MAT Super Course with CD (Pearson) 4. Study Package For Management Aptitude Test by Arun Sharma (Tata McGraw-Hill) 5. 10 Challengers MAT 10 Mock Tests for Management Aptitude Testby Dharmendra Mittal (Arihant Publications) 6. MAT Score Accelerator (Odisha Publication) 7. MAT Solved Papers by Odisha Experts (Odisha Publication) 8. 10 Mock Test Papers MAT by Career Launchers (Oswaal Books) 9. R S Aggarwal for Class XI and XII Maths 10. Barrons Guide to GMAT by Eugene D. Jaffe and Stephen Hillbert (Galgotias Publication Pvt. Ltd. ) good luck!
 

Q:   Is the MAT IBT mode exam pattern different from CBT and PBT exams?

A:
No. The exam pattern of MAT IBT is not different from CBT or PBT. In fact, the MAT exam pattern of all test modes is the same. The duration of MAT exam (PBT, CBT and IBT modes) is 2.5 hours or 150 minutes. The marking scheme is - plus one for correct attempt and minus 0.25 for incorrect attempt. There is no sectional time limit in MAT so candidates can utilise the 2.5 hours as per their own strategy. They should ideally, spend 35 minutes each on the top four sections and 20 minutes on the GK section. However, there may be slight difference in difficulty level because the questions in each MAT session are unique. No question is repeated in any session across CBT, PBT or IBT. This is to prevent any candidate from getting advantage or facing disadvantage due to leaking of the questions or in case of a candidates re-attempting the exam.
 

MAT Marking Scheme

  • The MAT paper pattern is such that every section carries equal weightage of 40 marks
  • For each correct answer, 1 mark is awarded
  • For each wrong attempt, 0.25 marks are deducted 
  • No marks are deducted for unanswered questions
  • Indian and Global Environment section's score is not considered for calculating MAT percentile
  • The marking scheme is same for all three exam modes

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Q:   What are the important topics of MAT exam?

A:
MAT exam has five important sections - Mathematical Skills, Language Comprehension, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning, Data Analysis and Sufficiency, Mathematical Skills and Indian and Global Environment. Each section carries 40 questions each. Given below are the important topics from which questions are asked in MAT. Language Comprehension - Verb, Noun, Pronoun, Adjective, Adverb, Antonyms and Synonyms, Reading Comprehension, Parts of Speech, One Word Substitution, Vocabulary, Sentence Correction, Idioms/Phrases, Grammar, Fill in the Blanks, Para Jumbles and Verbal Ability Intelligence and Critical Reasoning - Family Tree, Strong Arguments and Weak Arguments, Multi-Dimensional Arrangements, Course of Action, Puzzles, Visual Reasoning, Arrangement, Series, Numeric Grid, Pie Chart, Blood Relations, Critical Reasoning, Calendars, Coding and Decoding, Syllogisms, Statement Conclusions, Column Graphs and Graphs Representing Area Data Analysis and Sufficiency - Tables, Pie Charts, Caselet-based Data Charts, Graphs - Line X-Y Graphs, Venn Diagram, Bar Diagrams, Data Analysis and Data Comparison and Data Sufficiency Mathematical Skills- LCM and HCF, Commercial Maths Complex Numbers, Percentages, Permutation and Combinations, Binomial Theorem, Profit and Loss, Sequence and Series Surds and Indices, Simple and Compound Interest, Heights and Distance, Inequalities, Speed, Time and Distance, Triangles Set Theory, Number System Circles, Mixtures and Alligations, Elementary Mathematics, Geometry, Venn Diagrams, Trigonometry Equations and Linear Programming Indian and Global Environment Current Affairs World Records, Business, CEOs, Awards and Winners, Books and Authors, Company Punchlines, History, International Organisation, Statements and Quotations, Social issues, Geography, Sports, Finance, Corporate News, Science, Entertainment and Politics.

Q:   What is the difficulty level of MAT exam?

A:
MAT is one of the easier MBA entrance exam. The difficulty level of the exam much easier than CAT XAT or CMAT. Candidates usually prepare for CAT XAT and CMAT and use that experience to give the MAT exam. Even though the MAT has more questions than XAT CAT CMAT. It is easier because the questions of all the five sections- Mathematical Skills, Language Comprehension, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning, Data Analysis and Sufficiency and Indian and Global Environment, are easy and straightforward. There are less Reading Comprehension passages of shorter length and are easy to comprehend. Since, the Indian and Global Environment scores are not taken into consideration for MAT percentile calculation, candidates find it easier to crack MAT in 2.5 hours with high scores.

Q:   What is the total number of questions in MAT exam?

A:
MAT exam has 200 multiple-choice questions equally divided into five sections - Language Comprehension, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning, Data Analysis and Sufficiency, Mathematical Skills and Indian and Global Environment. Each section of the exam has 40 questions. The questions are in MCQ format with four options to choose the correct options from. Given below is the sectional break up of MAT question paper. All three modes of exam have the same weightage. Language Comprehension: 40 questions Intelligence and Critical Reasoning: 40 questions Data Analysis and Sufficiency: 40 questions Mathematical Skills: 40 questions Indian and Global Environment: 40 questions Since there is no sectional time limit in MAT candidates can divide time between all the five sections according to their own exam strategy and target score. The score of Indian and Global Environment section is not taken into consideration for percentile calculation, thus candidates should not spend more than 10-15 minutes on it.

MAT IBT Pattern: Test Requirements

 The paper pattern, test structure and marking scheme of MAT IBT is same as CBT/PBT. The only difference is that in this mode of examination, candidates do not have to visit a test centre. They can appear for the MAT exam from home or any other convenient location. However, they will need to follow certain guidelines to ensure authenticity. Candidates taking MAT IBT 2024 must keep the following key points in mind:

MAT IBT Requirements

Description

Network

  • The candidates must have a stable internet connection with proper speed throughout the exam duration
  • A proxy for this is if they can login into their email accounts without difficulty. Upload Speed: Minimum speed => 512 kbps

Supported Browsers

  • Chrome version 63 and above
  • Firefox version 52 and above

Operating System

WindowsOS (Version7 and above)

.Dot NETframework

MSB requires dot net framework. The minimum supported version is 4.5.1..NETframework

Memory

65MB permanent free space on the default hard drive

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FAQs on MAT Pattern 2024

Check here Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on MAT exam pattern:

Q:   What are the best books and study materials for MAT 2024 preparation?

A:

Preparing for an entrance exam like MAT 2024 can be daunting, but there are many excellent resources available to help you succeed. Some of the best books for MAT 2024 preparation include the Mission MBA Guide by B. S. Sijwali & Tarun Goal, The Pearson MAT Super Course by Pearson, and Study Package for MAT by Arun Sharma. In addition to these books, candidates can also benefit from practicing with previous years' question papers and mock tests, which provide insight into the exam pattern and syllabus. Online study materials and video lectures are also available to supplement your preparation. Be sure to check the official website and other reliable sources for the most updated information on the best books and study materials for MAT 2024 preparation. With the right resources and dedication, you can ace the exam and take the first step towards your dream management career. All the best!

Q:   What is the exam pattern for MAT 2024 and how can I prepare for it?

A:

Hi there! Are you planning to appear for MAT 2024? If yes, then you must be aware of the exam pattern. MAT 2024 consists of five sections, and each section is equally important. The exam can be taken either in a paper-based mode or computer-based mode. The exam has a total of 200 questions, and you will have 150 minutes to complete the paper. However, beware of negative marking; for each incorrect answer, you will lose 0.25 marks. To prepare for MAT 2024, you need to follow a strategy that suits your strengths and weaknesses. Understanding the exam pattern and syllabus is crucial to build a robust preparation strategy. Practicing previous years' question papers and mock tests can give you an insight into the exam's difficulty level and help you manage time efficiently during the actual exam. To score well in Language Comprehension, improve your reading skills by reading newspapers, magazines, and books. Brushing up on mathematical concepts and practicing numerical problems can help you ace the Mathematical Skills section. Lastly, staying updated with Current Affairs and general knowledge can help you score well in the Indian and Global Environment. So, buckle up and start your preparation with a solid plan and determination!

Q:   What is the MAT IBT exam?

A:
The MAT exam is an entrance exam for top MBA programs that is administered in three modes: PBT, CBT, and IBT modes. The MAT IBT exam is known as the Remote Proctored Internet-Based Test (IBT). It is the most convenient mode among the three. You can take a computer-based MAT exam at home or any other preferred location in the IBT in this mode. This was introduced in 2020 following the coronavirus outbreak. The exam pattern and marking are similar to PBT and CBT. The requirements to give the MAT IBT are as follows: 1. You should have a stable internet connection with a minimum of 512 kbps speed throughout the MAT duration. 2. You need to give the exam in either Chrome version 63 or above or Firefox version 52 or above. 3. To give IBT, you must have Windows operating system version 7 or higher. 4. The minimum requirement is 65 MB of permanent free space on the default hard drive. 5. The minimum supported version is 4.5.1. NET framework for IBT exam.

Q:   What is the marking scheme of MAT exam?

A:
Total marks of MAT exam is 200. Every question carries one mark for correct attempt and there is negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer. No marks is deducted for skipping questions. The MAT question paper has 200 questions equally divided into five sections - Language Comprehension, Intelligence & Critical Reasoning, Data Analysis & Data Sufficiency, Mathematical Skills and Indian & Global Environment. 1. Language Comprehension: 40 questions 2. Intelligence & Critical Reasoning: 40 questions 3. Data Analysis & Data Sufficiency: 40 questions 4. Mathematical Skills: 40 questions 5. Indian & Global Environment: 40 questions Every section therefore has 40 questions which means every section carries 40 marks. The scores of GK section is not considered for MAT percentile calculation. So candidates can keep GK section as their last priority.
 

Q:   Which section of MAT exam has maximum weightage?

A:
Each section of MAT exam has equal weightage. All the five sections - Language Comprehension, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning, Data Analysis and Data Sufficiency, Mathematical Skills and Indian & Global Environment have 40 questions. Each question carries one mark thus the section wise weightage of marks is 40 per section. There is negative marking of 0.25 in MAT. Since, every section has equal weightage, you need to prepare well for each one of them for a good overall score. Even in the exam, spend a good amount of time on each section and solve a minimum number of questions to meet the sectional cut off. Since, there is no sectional time-limit in MAT exam. Candidates can decide themselves how much time they should spend on which section as one needs to score well in all sections because of equal weightage. Out of 2.5 hours or 150 minutes, candidates should allot maximum time to the section they find tough or are calculation intensive. It is advisable to attempt the easier sections first and then move to tougher sections.
 

Q:   Can I make another attempt at MAT exam, if I score low in first attempt?

A:

Yes, you can attempt MAT exam as many times as you want. MAT is conducted multiple times in a year and three different modes. The MAT exam is held in February, May, September and December. In each phase there are 4-5 IBT sessions, 2 CBT sessions and 1 PBT session. If a candidate is not satisfied with their score of first attempt, they can choose any upcoming session to appear for it again. They can choose an exam phase and a session as per their preparation level, decision to pursue MBA or admission cycle of the target college. However, for each session, the candidate will have to fill a fresh application form and pay the fees. The score of the last attempted MAT exam will be considered for admission. Read More: https://www.shiksha.com/mba/articles/mat-exam-preparation-tips-blogId-11997

 

Q:   What is MAT Syllabus?

A:
Since, MAT exam is conducted only for admission to MBA and PGDM/PGP courses. It is a post graduate level business aptitude test comprising Quantitative Aptitude critical reasoning, data interpretation, data sufficiency, language comprehension and general awareness. Given below are the topics included in the MAT syllabus: MAT Syllabus for Language Comprehension Verb, Noun, Pronoun, Adjective, Adverb, Parts of Speech, Sentence Correction, Fill in the Blanks, Antonyms and Synonyms, One Word Substitution, Idioms/Phrases, Para Jumbles, Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary, Grammar, Verbal Ability, etc. MAT Syllabus for Intelligence and Critical Reasoning: Family Tree, Course of Action, Arrangement, Pie Chart, Calendars, Statement Conclusions, Strong Arguments and Weak Arguments, Puzzles, Series, Blood Relations, Coding and Decoding, Column Graphs, Multi-Dimensional Arrangements, Visual Reasoning, Numeric Grid, Critical Reasoning, Syllogisms, Graphs Representing Areas MAT Syllabus for Data Analysis and Sufficiency: Tables, Charts, Pie Charts, Caselet-based Data, Graphs - Line X-Y Graphs, Venn Diagram, Bar Diagrams, Data Analysis and Data Comparison, Data Sufficiency MAT Syllabus for Mathematical Skills: LCM and HCF, Commercial Maths Complex Numbers, Percentages, Permutation and Combinations, Binomial Theorem, Profit and Loss, Simple Interest and Compound Interest, Heights and Distance, Inequalities, Speed, Time and Distance, Triangles Set Theory, Number System Circles, Mixtures and Alligations, Elementary Mathematics, Geometry, Venn Diagrams, Trigonometry Equations, Linear Programming MAT Syllabus for Indian and Global Environment Section: Current Affairs World Records, Business and Economy, Companies and CEOs, Awards and Winners, Books and Authors, Company Punchlines, History, International Organisation, Quotes and Personalities, Social Issues, Geography, Sports, Arts, Entertainment, Technology.
 

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Contributor-Level 6

Answered 2 days ago

Certainly! Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar Bihar University (BRABU) offers admission to its MBA programme through various entrance exams, and MAT (Management Aptitude Test) is one of the accepted exams. However, it’s important to note that BRABU considers other entrance exams as well, such as CAT (Common

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Sneha Sarkar

Contributor-Level 6

Answered 2 days ago

Yes! At Eminent College of Management and Technology (ECMT), candidates interested in pursuing an MBA can do so without necessarily having to clear exams like MAT, CAT, CMAT, XAT, ATMA, or any other state-level test. However, for candidates with a graduation mark below 50%, appearing in such exams i

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Ayushi Maji

Contributor-Level 8

1413 Institutes accepting MAT

MBA in Agriculture and Food Business
  • Total Fees: ₹ 6.00 Lakh
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  • 2 years
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  • Full Time
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • 4.4

    Placements

    4.2

    Infrastructure

    4.5

    Faculty & Course Curriculum

    4.3

    Crowd & Campus Life

    4.6

    Value for Money

    4.3
    (640)
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  • Total Fees: ₹ 8.00 Lakh
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  • 2 years
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  • Full Time
MBA (HR)
  • Total Fees: ₹ 8.60 Lakh
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  • 2 years
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  • Full Time
Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM)
  • 3.9

    Placements

    3.5

    Infrastructure

    4.1

    Faculty & Course Curriculum

    4.2

    Crowd & Campus Life

    4.0

    Value for Money

    3.6
    (144)
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  • Total Fees: ₹ 14.00 Lakh
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  • 2 years
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  • Full Time

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