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MAT 2017 EXAM RESULT, CUT OFF

  • The scorecard for candidates taking up MAT December 2017, will be made available at the website of AIMA in the 4th week of December 2017.
  • Candidates can download their scorecards by using their registration form number and their roll number as input.
  • The copy of the scorecard will also be sent to the postal address of the candidates with photograph through normal post.
  • If the scorecard is lost, candidates can apply for duplicate score card by sending an application for the same on plain paper.
  • Request for duplicate score card will be entertained for up to 45 days of the declaration of results.

Cut-off:

  • Candidates are recommended to check MAT December 2017 cut-off to know whether they qualify the exam or not. They can identify whether they can move to the next round of the selection process or not.
  • Candidates beating the cut-off score will alone be called for further processes.
  • If a candidate scores more than 500, he/she will be in a position to get a good B-School admission.
  • Different factors like previous year admission trend, previous year cut off the trend, the level of difficulty of the present test, reservation norms, the number of candidates appeared, and the number of candidates registered will have an impact on MAT 2017 Cutoff for December 2017.

List of top MAT accepting institutes with their cutoff:

MIT School of Business

500

PCMRD

450

IIMS

450

PUMBA

600

SIOM

450

SIES College of Management

550

DSIMS

550

Universal Business School

400

ITM

400

Accurate Institute of Management & Technology

450

Management Development Institute

600

 

When applying for MAT December 2017, candidates can get the list of participating institutions that accept MAT Score from the website of AIMA. They will find that the institutes are given separate MI Codes. They will find that when registering, there will be five fields in the form. They are recommended to choose those five institutions only where they have applied or planning to apply for admission. To make these five choices, they need not have to pay any additional fee.


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