MAT 2018 ELIGIBILITY
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MAT Eligibility Criteria 2018- Candidates interested in appearing for MAT 2018 September session must have a bachelor’s degree in any discipline. Candidates in the final year of their UG programs can also apply for the exam. There is no set bar for minimum aggregate percentage one must have in undergraduation course. NRIs and foreign nationals can also apply for MAT 2018 September Exam.
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MAT 2018 Registration for September session is ongoing. The last date to apply for the exam is August 24, 2018. The application form is available on the official website www.aima.in. Read on to know more about MAT Eligibility Criteria.
The table provided below depicts the minimum marks required by a candidate to crack MAT September 2018:
Formula for MAT Score Calculation
Q.1: Is there any age bar for MAT? Any Job experience required to appear in MAT?
A. There is no age bar on appearing for MAT. A candidate can appear as many times as he wishes to. Also, it is not necessary to have a job experience before applying for the exam.
Q.2: I have not done my graduation, but I am in the final year of a professional course. Can I apply for MAT 2018?
Ans: Yes, you can appear for MAT exam. But, you will be admitted on provisional basis. Make sure you have your graduation degree in hand before the final admission is granted.
Q.3: Can a candidate take MAT for practice, even though if he is not eligible to apply?
Ans. No, a candidate will not be allowed to take MAT without satisfying the eligibility criteria. Hence, he must make sure he satisfies all the conditions defined by AIMA.
Q.4: Am I eligible to apply for MAT 2018 if I hold a Bachelor’s Degree from Distance Learning?
Ans. Yes, you are allowed to apply. Provided, the university must be government approved.
Q.5: Am I eligible to apply for MBA/PGDM programmes after clearing MAT Exam?
Ans. Definitely! MAT is a gateway to nearly 600 B-Schools in India. Once you clear the exam, you may apply to any of these colleges for your choice of programme. In addition to this, you must attain the minimum MAT Cutoff for Colleges 2018.
Q.6: Am I eligible to appear for CAT & MAT in the same year?
Ans. Yes, you are allowed to do so. While CAT is conducted only once a year, you can appear for MAT all 4 times a year.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College
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