Steps to Check MAT Results 2019
MAT Results 2020
All India Management Association (AIMA) will be releasing MAT Results 2020 in the last week of February (tentative). Test-takers must check the results online i.e, all aspirants can check the MAT February Results 2020 on the official website. After results, the MAT Cutoff 2020 will be released.
MAT Results 2020
- MAT Result 2020 Availability: MAT results 2020 or scorecard will be published on the official website of AIMA for MAT Entrance test 2020.
- MAT Results 2020 Date: The MAT 2020 results will be announced on its official page.
- Mode of Result/Scorecard: No scorecard will be sent to the candidates via post. Results can only be seen online or via SMS.
- Printout of MAT Results 2020: Candidates are advised to take a printout of the result for reference and future use.
- MAT 2020 Counselling: The MAT counselling process 2020 will begin after the declaration of results.
How to Download MAT Results 2020:
- Step 1: You must go to the official website of AIMA for MAT 2020 results or students can make use of the link mentioned below to check their MAT Results 2020 for September.
- Step 2: Once you are directed to the official website, you must click on the MAT Result which is shown below
- Step 3: After clicking on the results you will be directed to a page where you have to enter your credentials such as Roll No, Form No, and Month of Test to get the results for MAT Results 2020 for September. After entering all the credentials click on the Submit.
- Step 4: After you have given submit the results will be displayed on the screen. An example is shown below:
Steps to view MAT Results 2020 through SMS
To get MAT Results 2020 on SMS, candidates can follow the steps which are given below.
- Step 1: MAT Candidates can also get their MAT 2020 Exam Results through SMS.
- Step 2: The candidates are required to enter their Application Number and DOB (Date of Birth) by prefixing MATS (in caps) and send it to 54242.
MAT 2020 Result Instructions
All candidates are required to follow these MAT 2020 Result instructions which are mentioned below:
- Validity: MAT 2020 score and result will be valid for one year only.
- Merit List: MAT 2020 Merit List is prepared based on the score obtained in the exam. The merit list will be updated only after the MAT 2020 Results are announced.
- Future reference: Candidates are advised to keep a printout of their MAT results 2020 and scorecards for further reference during the admission procedure that will follow.
- Scorecard submission: Candidates are required to submit their MAT 2020 scorecard while applying for admission to various B-schools.
How to Download the Duplicate Scorecard for MAT 2020 Results:
- The candidates need to write a letter on plain paper as an application to AIMA urging them to provide MAT 2020 exam scorecard.
- Candidates seeking duplicate MAT 2020 scorecard need to attach the photocopy of the lower half of the MAT 2020 admit card, with the application.
Send the application in a self-addressed envelope with the following specifications:
- Size 24 cm x 12 cm (approximate)
- Your address in capital letters.
- A postage stamp of INR 40 is to be affixed on speed post and sent to the AIMA, New Delhi.
How is MAT Results 2020 Score Calculated?
Each question carries one marks and for each incorrect answer, there is 1/4 or 0.25 negative marking scheme. AIMA states the following on score and percentile computation:
- Since MAT 2020 is conducted in multiple slots, the difficulty level might vary. AIMA provides the total scaled score.
- Each MAT 2020 Score Card will state the scores secured by candidates in all the five sections of the exam: Language Comprehension, Mathematical Skills, Data Analysis & Sufficiency, Intelligence & Critical Reasoning, and Indian & Global Environment.
- The composite score is computed using the first four sections. Equal weightage is given to all these sections. Language Comprehension, Mathematical Skills, Data Analysis & Sufficiency, and Intelligence & Critical Reasoning are reported from scales ranging from 0 to 100. Scales below 20 or above 80 are rare.
- The Composite Score is reported on a scale of 199 to 801, but extreme scores below 200 or above 800 are not common. The uncommon scores, i.e. below 200 are reported as 199 and all above 800 are reported as 801.
- Indian and Global Environment score is separately reported on a scale of 0 to 100. According to AIMA, scores less than 20 and 80 are quite rare.