MAT 2020 RANK PREDICTOR
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MAT is conducted by AIMA four times in a year: February, May, September, and December. On the basis of past trends, the difficulty level of the exam, and percentile calculation method, MAT Rank Predictor has been curated by Collegedunia. MAT IBT Mode September session was conducted from Aug 25 to Sep 23, 2020 and PBT mode was concluded on Oct 3, 2020. With the help of MAT Rank Predictor, you can calculate the estimated percentile based on your rough scores and check the desired cutoff for participating colleges.
There are broadly three parameters on the basis of which rank predictor functions: total numnber of candidates appeared in a particular session, relative performance of the candidate and comparitive difficulty level of CBT and PBT mode question paper.
Check MAT Cut off 2020
Candidates should keep in mind that out of 5 sections comprising MAT Exam Pattern: language comprehension, intelligence and critical reasoning, data analysis and sufficiency, mathematical reasoning and indian/gloal environment, scores of indian and global environment are not taken into consideration while calculating MAT Percentile. Follow the steps mentioned below to use Collegedunia MAT 2020 Rank Predictor:
Out of composite score of 800, candidates have to mention their expected marks or expected percentile in the concerened session of MAT 2020. Candidates can get an idea of expected marks based on number of correct responses they have marked, marking scheme followed in the exam and MAT Answer Keys.
Colleges accepting MAT score release their cut off based on gender and reservation category. Hence candidates have to select their gender and respective cut off category to predict their rank. Along with this domicile state of the candidate is to be specified as AIMA releases list of partricipating colleges based on different zones across India.
Once details that are required are specified by the candidate, they can proceed to predict their ranks. Expected rank and college according to that will be displayed on the screen.
Lets take an example to understand how Collegedunia rank predictor for MAT 2020 works:
Nitika a general category female from Delhi-NCR is expecting 400 marks in upcoming MAT 2020 May session. Her predicted rank is as follows:
To enhance the accuracy of predicted rank, candidates have certain filters at their disposal. On the left hand side of the page, candidates will get certain options to refine thier results for particular college.
State: Colleges in respective states accepting MAT score are displayed, candidates can pin down on institutes from states where they are interested.
Substream: Institutes offer different MBA/ PGDM courses, candidates can refine colleges as per the stream they are interested in.
City: AIMA releases a list of participating colleges as per different zones. Candidates can refine their results as per colleges in particluar cities.
Degree Type: There are 2 different programmes offered by participating colleges: MBA/ PGDM, PG Diploma in Management.