All India Management Association (AIMA) has announced the MAT 2020 result (IBT, CBT, PBT mode) for the December session on January 4, 2021, on its official website.
Candidates who appeared for MAT 2020 for December session held from November 21 to Noverver 24 in an online mode can now check their results at mat.aima.in by entering login credentials.
MAT 2020: How to Check Result?
Candidates should check their MAT exam result for December session by following the procedure mentioned below;
Step 1: Visit the official website of AIMA MAT at mat.aima.in.
Step 2: On the homepage, navigate and click the “Download/View → MAT Results” from the menu bar.
Step 3: Candidate will be redirected to MAT result 2020 December session page. From there, enter the login credentials, including Roll Number and Registration Number.
Step 4: After entering the login details, click on the “Submit” tab.
Step 5: Finally, MAT 2020 IBT/ PBT/ CBT mode for the December session will appear on the screen.
Step 6: Download and take a print out of the MAT result/ scorecard for future use.
MAT 2020: Details Mentioned on Scorecard
Candidates need to check the following details in the MAT score 2020;
- Test Month and Year
- Registration number
- Roll number
- Name of Candidate
- Date of birth
- Degree and work experience
- Father name and mother name
- Section-wise MAT 2020 IBT mode scaled score and Percentile
- Composite score and Percentile
What after MAT Result 2020?
Once MAT 2020 results are announced, AIMA will send the scores to colleges, which candidates shall have opted in the MAT application form. The colleges will then shortlist candidates for further rounds of the selection process, such as Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interview (PI).
Students who are not satisfied with their MAT score can appear for it again in the next session and improve their final score.
About MAT 2020
The Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is considered as a national level entrance examination held by the All India Management Association (AIMA) for admission into the MBA program.
MAT exam is held through three modes including computer-based test (CBT), remote proctored internet-based test (IBT) and paper-based test (PBT). MAT score remains applicable for one year for admissions to all institutes accepting MAT score across the country.