Now MAT Score/Result of last 5 administrations are available online. B-schools/Universities who are accepting MAT scores for facilitating the admission to their MBA/Allied programmes are advised to verify the MAT score submitted by the candidates from 1. AIMA Website https://mat.aima.in/may20/mat-result-login 2. AIMA office through e-mail mat@aima.in 3. MAT Score can be checked/verified by candidate name on the link - https://mat.aima.in/result-check/

COVID-19: AIMA to conduct MAT by 'remote proctoring'

The Tribune

The Tribune, April 29, 2020

 

Under “Remote Proctoring Internet Based Test (IBT)”, candidates will appear for the test from their homes provided they have a computer with webcam and internet connectivity as per technical specifications.

Tribune News Service
New Delhi, April 29

With COVID having made physical distancing an imperative, All India Management Association (AIMA) has added the option of remote examinations for the Management Aptitude Test (MAT).

Under “Remote Proctoring Internet Based Test (IBT)”, candidates will appear for the test from their homes provided they have a computer with webcam and internet connectivity as per technical specifications.

Business Schools - national or international - consider the MAT Score as an admission input. A high score is considered a passport for students seeking admission in over 600 B-Schools across India. Conducted quarterly (Feb, May, Sep and Dec) in about 60 cities, about one lakh candidates appear annually for MAT which was so far being conducted in both ‘Paper-Based’ and ‘Computer-Based’ modes.

A statement by AIMA said the reliability of Artificial Intelligence (AI) based tools had been tested and proven in several high-stake examinations internationally.

But AIMA is also prepared to take action against candidates found to be contravening pre-specified behavioural norms during MAT. They would be given a warning and thereafter even disqualified for a repeat contravention. In order to familiarise candidates with the format as well as try out the robustness of the software, AIMA will first schedule a series of mock tests at a nominal extra fee.