MAT February 2020 Admit card Released
MAT Admit Card 2020 Released - All India Management Association (AIMA) released the Management Aptitude Test (MAT) for the Computer Based Test has been released today that is 29th January 2020, Wednesday.
According to the official website, the students can download the MAT CBT mode test Admit Card from 09:00 am on January 29th, 2020. Earlier the MAT CBT Admit Card 2020 was to be released on January 28th, 2020 but was delayed by a day to January 29th, 2020.
The admit cards are only available for those registrations which are successfully done and completed by January 28th, 2020.
The last date for MAT February 2020 CBT registration was extended till January 30th, 2020.
Admit Cards of the candidates who have done the provisional registration can be accessed on the AIMA website.
The candidates are advised to report to the allotted test centers at least 90 minutes before the scheduled commencement of the test. Candidates should be having MAT Admit card duly completed at the test center for appearing in the test. Along with the MAT admit card the candidate should have these documents and things-
- Valid ID proof (aadhaar card, driving license, voter ID or Pan Card)
- blue/black ballpoint pen
The admit card will be verified and signed by the invigilator during the test or before the test. The upper half of the admit card will be collected at the exam center. The students can enter the test room an hour before the start of the exam. The candidates will be allotted the seats there beforehand.
Download the MAT February 2020 Admit Card here https://mat.aima.in/feb20/admitcard-login
The duration of the MAT CBT 2020 will be 2 hours 30 minutes. There will be 200 MCQ based questions carrying equal marking. And negative marking will also be there. The calculator, mobile or any type of electronic gadget is not permitted inside the test room.
MAT Feb 2020 Exam Dates
Computer-Based Test means that the candidate has to sit in front of the computer and questions will be present on the monitor. The student has to answer the question by using a keyboard or mouse. Each computer is connected to the server, which will prepare the question set and delivers it to the candidate on the computer.
CBT assumes that the candidate must be having some basic familiarity with the use of computers.
There is no time limit for the individual parts of the test. The candidate can change their answer anytime during the given hours.