MAT Mock Test 2019: Question Papers and Test Series

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    All India Management Association (AIMA) conducts the Management Aptitude Test (MAT) four times a year, for admissions to MBA/PGDM program at various management institutes in India. MAT 2019 December session has been started. The online mode exam will be conducted on December 8, 2019 in offline mode while online mode exam is scheduled for December 14, 2019. 

    Latest: MAT 2020 registration for December session has been started on October 7, 2019. Check Here 

    An appropriate preparation strategy can help the students to nail the exam. Question Paper of MAT exam often gives surprises to the test-takers. Therefore, to rescue the candidates, Collegedunia has studied the previous years’ papers and came up with a model question paper for MAT. These papers will surely help the candidates in their preparation to ace the exam. But always remember there is no substitute for hard work and practice.

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    Aspirants, we are presenting you with a model question paper prepared on the basis of detailed analysis and expert advice. The model paper given below will give you a fair idea about the examination.

    SectionMAT Sample Paper 2019
    Data Analysis and SufficiencyClick Here
    Language ComprehensionClick Here
    Intelligence and Critical ReasoningClick Here
    Mathematical SkillsClick Here
    Indian and Global EnvironmentClick Here

    About MAT 2019

    The conducting body—All India Management Association has not announced any change in the paper pattern.

    MAT is an objective type test intended and developed to determine the aptitude of the applicants to undergo Post Graduate Program in Management. MAT is conducted every year and there is no major change is expected in the December session. The number of sections and questions is the same every year. This year too, it will be the same. The level of difficulty may alter and we should be prepared for that. Let’s have a quick look at what we can expect from MAT 2019:

    • MAT 2019 will be conducted in both offline (pen and paper-based) and computer-based online mode. Check MAT Exam Pattern
    • As per our prediction, Data Analysis and Sufficiency section can be a little tricky and time-consuming. However, if sufficient time is dedicated to this section, it can be attempted easily.
    • While preparing for Data Analysis and Sufficiency section, candidates are advised to practice questions involving computation and perceptions, the focus must be lent on data interpretation questions.
    • From what we have observed in previous sessions of MAT Exam, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning will not pose a difficulty for candidates. Although the section might seem lengthy, it will be easy to attempt.
    • You can practice mainly from these topics for a good score in Intelligence and Critical Reasoning section- Analogies, Directions, Series, blood relations, statements, etc.
    • Language Comprehension section is easy or moderately difficult most of the time with questions from topics such as Jumbled Sentences, Fill in the blanks, Odd one out, Synonyms and Antonyms and Vocabulary.
    • Mathematical Skills section has off lately gained a little more weightage in MAT exam. Arithmetic has been of higher difficulty now.
    • Apart from this, a decent amount of practice must be done for these topics- percentages, ratio and proportions, profit and loss. Check MAT Syllabus
    • The last section, although it does not count in the preparation of merit list, is however important from the view of qualification.  
    • MAT exam analysis of Indian & Global Environment section discloses that a few of the problems in the GK section in MAT exam also turn to be a little trickier and time-consuming.

    MAT 2019 September Analysis

    MAT PBT Test for September session was successfully conducted on September 21, 2019. There were around 200 questions from Language Comprehension, Data Analysis and Sufficiency, Mathematical Skills, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning, Indian and Global Environment. Each section comprised of 40 questions. The overall difficulty level of MAT 2019 September session was moderate. 

    Tabulated below are the section-wise difficulty level of MAT September 2019. 

    SectionNo of QuestionsDifficulty Level
    Language Comprehension40Easy to Moderate
    Intelligence and Critical Reasoning40Moderate
    Data Analysis and Sufficiency40Moderate
    Mathematical Skills40Moderate – Difficult
    Indian and Global Environment40Moderate to Difficult

    MAT 2019 May Analysis

    MAT May 2019 was successfully conducted on May 20, 2019 in online mode and May 6, 2019 in offline mode. As compared to the previous year, this year, the difficulty level of the paper was easy to moderate. The section-wise analysis is given below:

    SectionNo of QuestionsDifficulty Level
    Language Comprehension40Moderate to Difficult
    Intelligence and Critical Reasoning40Moderate but Lengthy, needed more time
    Data Analysis and Sufficiency40Moderate but Tricky, needed more time
    Mathematical Skills40Moderate
    Indian and Global Environment40Moderate to Difficult, covered current affairs, static GK, Business, Economy, Constitution



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