MAT Admit Card 2022 for September CBT Delayed; to be Released Tomorrow

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Vipra Shrivastava
Senior Manager - Content
New Delhi, Updated on Sep 13, 2022 18:02 IST

The MAT CBT admit card download for September 2022 phase exam has been delayed by a day. Read more. 

MAT admit card delayed

MAT 2022 admit card delayed

The MAT admit card 2022 which was scheduled to be released today has been postponed till tomorrow 2:00 PM. The MAT CBT admit card was to be issued online today at 4:00 PM. MAT 2022 exam for CBT mode will be conducted on September 18 at various examination centres in about 30 cities across India.

MAT 2022 admit card can be downloaded from the AIMA MAT website by using application number and password. Candidates must take two printouts of their MAT admit card as one copy may have to be signed and submitted at the exam centre. Digital copy of the MAT admit card 2022 will not be accepted at the examination centres.

The exam will be held from 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM and the candidates will have to reach the exam centres at least two hours before the commencement of exam. Reporting time will be mentioned in each candidate’s MAT admit card.

Earlier, the MAT PBT mode exam for September phase was conducted on September 4. The IBTs were conducted on August 28, September 3, 10 and 11. The last IBT will be conducted on September 17.

Once the MAT September phase is over, dates of December 2022 phase will be announced by AIMA. Candidates who wish to improve their MAT score can apply again in the December phase and take the exam. They can use best of the two scores for MBA admission.

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