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Management Aptitude Test 2024 ( MAT )

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MAT question papers and sample papers are the most important component of exam preparation. Practice of MAT previous year question papers help candidates in understanding the test structure, sectional weightage and difficulty level of questions. The types of questions asked in previous years help in predicting the question paper of upcoming year and thus help in preparing accordingly.

MAT question papers are usually easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level, irrespective of the exam mode. However, the MAT questions are different in every IBT, PBT and CBT sessions. Shiksha shares below some previous years's MAT question paper PDFs and other study material for aspirants to use and prepare for the exam. 

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.

Q:   Is the question paper of MAT IBT different from MAT CBT or PBT?

A:
No, the question paper of MAT IBT is not different from MAT CBT or PBT. The test pattern, time duration, question type and marking scheme are the same for all three modes. Candidates can choose to appear for any exam mode with the worry of doing exam specific preparation. The only difference between MAT IBT and MAT CBT or PBT is that MAT IBT is a remote proctored exam and can be taken from any location unlike MAT CBT or PBT which are held at designated exam centres. The MAT question paper of every session however is different. All the 200 questions of each question paper is unique. The difficulty level is the same- easy to moderate but since the questions are different from each other candidates can feel slight difference in the difficulty level. The questions for every session are chosen randomly so in one session the paper can be overall easy while in another session the exam can be slightly difficult.

Q:   What is the exam mode of MAT?

A:
MAT exam is conducted in three modes - Paper Based Test or PBT in which candidates have to report to a test centre to take the test. They have to fill an OMR answer sheet with a blue/black ball point pen in the PBT mode exam. The PBT mode is conducted only once in every MAT phase as the number of applicants is least for PBT. In the Computer Based Test or CBT, candidates have to take the test at designated exam centre on a computer system. Candidates have to fill in their answers in an online test page with the help of computer mouse. They can choose only one of the four given options as answer. In the Internet Based Test or IBT, candidates have to take the test on a computer system at home or any preferred location. The test structure is same as CBT but the candidates are monitored in remote proctored mode. Since MAT exam is conducted multiple times in a year during February, May, September and December, one can take the exam in more than one mode. Candidate can also take the test any number of times. The score of the latest MAT attempt will be taken into consideration for admission.

MAT Question Paper 2024: Sectional Breakup

MAT 2024 question paper has five sections and each section carries 40 questions. Every question carries 1 mark for correct attempt and -0.25 for incorrect attempt. In total, there are 200 questions in MAT to be answered in 150 minutes. It is not mandatory to attempt all the questions, so candidates can choose to solve questions from topics they are comfortable with and leave out those they are not confident about to avoid negative marking. The scores of Indian and Global Environment section is not taken into consideration for MAT percentile calculation, thus it can be skipped in case of time constraint. Check important points related to MAT question paper CBT, PBT and IBT.

The five sections of MAT question paper are:

  1. Language Comprehension
  2. Intelligence and Critical Reasoning
  3. Data Analysis and Sufficiency
  4. Mathematical Skills
  5. Indian and Global Environment

Given below is the sectional break up and number of good attempts per subject in MAT exam. Candidates should attempt to solve as many as questions so that they match the number of good attempts.

MAT sections Number of questions Number of good attempts

Language Comprehension

40 questions 23-25

Intelligence and Critical Reasoning

40 questions 22-25

Data Analysis and Sufficiency

40 questions 16-18

Mathematical Skills

40 questions 21-23

Indian and Global Environment

40 questions 10-15

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Section-wise difficulty level of MAT Question Paper 2024

Given below is the table indicating section-wise difficulty levels and number of good attempts in MAT exam. Since MAT is an easy test and the difficulty level remains the same across exam modes, the following number of good attempts are general estimation and candidates should strive to attempt more.

MAT Sections

Level of difficulty

Number of good attempts

Data Analysis and Sufficiency

Easy to moderate

16-18

Intelligence and Critical Reasoning

Moderate

22-25

Language Comprehension

Easy to moderate

23-25

Mathematical Skills

Moderate to difficult

21-23

Indian and Global 

Moderate

10-11

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:   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.
 

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.

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Why Practice Previous Years' MAT Question Papers?

A key benefit of solving MAT question papers and sample papers is that candidates get enough practice of solving 200 questions of various types and difficulty levels within 150 minutes. Since MAT is a speed based test, time management is the key. MAT previous year papers and sample papers also act a practice sets. To prepare for MAT 2024 exam, candidates must practice a good number of question papers and sample papers after they've completed the syllabus. Here are a few benefits of solving MAT previous years question papers:

  • MAT question papers of different sessions and years will give you an idea of the types of questions asked over the years and what to expect in your session.
  • You will also get to know the trends of difficulty level phase wise and for examination modes
  • Solving previous years' MAT question papers will help you in develping time management skills. Yiu will know which type of question take how much time.
  • Solving MAT question papers is just like solivng sample papers. They will help you in increasing speed of reading RC passages and help you in improving you accuracy in choosing the correct options.
  • Having a prior knowledge of a MAT exam, by solving question papers will enhance your confidence on the exam day.

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

A:
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:   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 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.

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FAQs on MAT Question Papers

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Q:   Is the syllabus of MAT IBT, PBT and CBT mode exams common?

A:
Yes, the syllabus MAT IBT, PBT and CBT mode exams is common. In fact the exam pattern and marking are also same for all three modes. MAT syllabus for all modes includes topics from Language Comprehension, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning, Data Analysis and Sufficiency, Mathematical Skills and Indian and Global Environment. The candidate needs to prepare all the topics mentioned above on this page to crack MAT exam. The total time required for completion of MAT syllabus is about 3 months. If a candidate has appeared for MAT before or any other MBA entrance exam then they can complete the syllabus in lesser time. The only difference between the three MAT modes is that, in IBT, candidates have to take the test from home on a computer. In PBT, candidates have to appear for the test at an exam centres and fill the OMR sheet as part of the test. In CBT, candidates have to take the test on a computer at an exam centre.
 

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:   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.

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

A:
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:   What is the exam mode of MAT?

A:
MAT exam is conducted in three modes - Paper Based Test or PBT in which candidates have to report to a test centre to take the test. They have to fill an OMR answer sheet with a blue/black ball point pen in the PBT mode exam. The PBT mode is conducted only once in every MAT phase as the number of applicants is least for PBT. In the Computer Based Test or CBT, candidates have to take the test at designated exam centre on a computer system. Candidates have to fill in their answers in an online test page with the help of computer mouse. They can choose only one of the four given options as answer. In the Internet Based Test or IBT, candidates have to take the test on a computer system at home or any preferred location. The test structure is same as CBT but the candidates are monitored in remote proctored mode. Since MAT exam is conducted multiple times in a year during February, May, September and December, one can take the exam in more than one mode. Candidate can also take the test any number of times. The score of the latest MAT attempt will be taken into consideration for admission.

Q:   How many MAT mock test should I practice?

A:
Although MAT is an easier exam practice of mock tests is an essential part of preparation for this exam as well. Since MAT is also a speed based test which requires solving of 200 questions in 2.5 hours, one need to have good speed of solving questions from topics of Data Interpretation, Critical Reasoning, Mathematical Skills, Language Comprehension and Indian and Global Environment. Mock Test is the best source to improve speed and accuracy and aspirants must practice about 20-30 mock tests during their preparation phase. They should also analyse their performance per mock test so that they know their progress viz. Their strong and weak areas. At the same time, candidates need to keep in mind that they must keep in mind that they don't over do it. If they start to score 90 plus percentile in the MAT mock test they should stop at that and do revision.
 

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