MAT Result 2024📜: How to Check (Direct Link), Cutoff & More

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MAT Result 2024: The popular management exam, the Management Aptitude Exam (MAT) takes place every year. This year, the MAT exam 2024 will commence on 25 February 2024. It is expected that the MAT result for this exam will be out by the third week of March 2024 and will be accepted in many top-tier MBA colleges in India. The exam is for all those candidates who want to pursue their higher education in MBA courses/PGDM courses. To help you, we have compiled a blog on all the information about the upcoming MAT result.

Before moving ahead, here is a quick overview of the MAT exam which will provide you with the necessary details. 

Examination NameMAT
MAT Full FormManagement Aptitude Test
Conducting BodyAll India Management Association (AIMA)
Exam Level Postgraduate exam
FrequencyFour times a year
Application Mode Online – Computer Based Test
Official Website

MAT Result 2024 Latest Updates

As per the latest reports, it is suggested that the upcoming MAT exam’s result will be declared somewhere in the third week of March 2024. Moreover, the official authority responsible for conducting the exam will soon announce the official dates for the same. Upon declaring the result, it will be visible on the official website for candidates to view. 

Also Read: MAT 2024 Exam Dates (Out)

Mentioned below is the direct result link for the upcoming MAT exam through which the candidate will be able to download their scorecard. Make note that this link will be activated once the result comes out and the official authority confirms the same. 

MAT Result 2024 (Out): Direct Link

Also Read: MAT Exam Pattern 2024 with Marking Scheme

How to Download MAT Result 2024?

Once the MAT result comes out, the candidates will be able to download their scorecards by visiting the official website. Here are the steps to check the MAT result:

  • Visit the official website that is responsible for conducting the exam. (
  • Next, log into the MAT dashboard to get to your profile using your login credentials.
  • Simply, click on the MAT result notification.
  • Download your MAT result scorecard.
  • Finally, take a printout of the official MAT result document and keep it safe for future reference.

Also Read: MAT 2024 IBT Mode Exam Dates (Released)

Details Mentioned in MAT Result 2024

Once you download the official MAT result document, you will come across the following information about yourself. Make sure you go through all of it carefully. Here is all the information that you need to check for. 

✅ Name of the candidate

✅ Candidate’s roll number

✅ Candidate’s date of birth

✅ Percentile the candidate scored

✅ Marks they scored in each section

✅ Validity of the scorecard

How to Report An Error in MAT Result?

In case, you come across any error in the MAT result then you must report the same to the concerned authorities. Here are their contact details which will help you.

AIMA phone number: 011-47673000

AIMA email ID: [email protected]

Also Read: Why is The MAT Entrance Exam Good for an MBA?

🔢 MAT Result 2024: How to Calculate MAT Percentile?

Did you know MAT percentile and score are different?

If you look closely at the MAT scorecard, you will see that in the result, the percentile is written for each section. To understand, the MAT percentile is the percentage of all the candidates who scored below a candidate based on the entire exam. 

For better understanding, suppose 6,000 candidates appeared for a particular MAT paper. Then, the percentile of each candidate will be calculated based on the performance of the rest of the 5,999 candidates. Now that you know what is MAT percentile. 

Here’s how you can calculate the MAT percentile

With the above calculation, one can make out that the conduction body (AIMA) takes out the raw MAT score and represents it on a scale of 199 to 801. Here’s a quick formula for calculating the MAT percentile. 

(Composite score obtained by a candidate X 100)/Total candidates = MAT percentile

The MAT percentile indicates the percentage of the candidates scoring less than a particular candidate in the exam. There are some B-schools which give admission to candidates based o on their composite score while some give on based on MAT percentile. 

Also Read: MAT Application Process 2024

What After MAT Result 2024?

Post the declaration of the MAT result for 2024, all candidates will be shortlisted by the institutes they have registered with for further rounds. This is done based on their MAT scores/percentile. 

After this, the candidates are then called in for the Group Discussion (GD), Personal Interview (PI) and Written Ability Test (WAT) rounds. Each institute has different criteria for assessing the candidate as per their norms. All India Management Association (AIMA) plays no role in this. 

Also Read: MAT Previous Year Question Papers: Check Direct Link

MAT Expected Cut-Off 2024

Below is the expected cut-off for the MAT exam 2024. We have mentioned the cut-off for some of the top management institutes which will give you an idea about the exam.

Top B-SchoolsMAT Expected Cut-Off 2024
MMS College, Pune90+ Percentile
IMS Ghaziabad60+ Percentile
Jaipuria Institute of Management Noida70+ Percentile
MET MMS, Mumbai98+ Percentile
BIMTECH, Greater Noida80+ Percentile
MDI Murshidabad99+ Percentile

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When will the MAT exam for 2024 be held?

The MAT exam for 2024 will begin on 25 February as per the official website. The registration deadline for the MAT exam is 20 February 2024. 

How much time does it take for the MAT results to come out?

For the MAT results to come out, it usually takes three weeks after the date of the exam.

Is the MAT exam conducted four times a year?

Yes, the MAT exam is conducted four times a year. It is conducted annually in February, May, September and December. 

We hope this blog provides all the necessary information about the “MAT result for 2024”. For more such informative blogs, check out our Management Exams Section, or you can learn more about us by visiting our Indian exams page.

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