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Organisation : AIMA All India Management Association
Announcement : Download Admit Card
Designation : May 2017 MAT Management Aptitude Test
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Paper Based Test : 07 May 2017 (Sunday)
Computer Based Test : 13 May 2017 (Saturday)onwards
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All provisionally registered candidates both for Paper Based and Computer Based Test can download their Admit Card from AIMA website link apps.aima.in/matmay17admitcard.aspx on or after 06/05/207 (for PBT at Delhi) and 08/05/2017 (for CBT).
Specific Admit Card is generated both for the candidates opted for the Paper Based Test and for the Computer Based Test. Admit Card contains Candidate’s Name, Form No, Roll No, Test Date, Test Time and Test Venue Address. Candidate has to strictly follow the date and time allotted to him/her in the case of Computer Based Test.
Test Centre City :
Test Centre City list is provided in the dropdown menu for the test centre choices in the registration form. Test Venues for Paper-Based Test and Computer Based Test are different.
The Paper-Based Test will take place only on one day i.e.,07 May 2017 at one time slot i.e., 10.00am-12.30pm, whereas the Computer Based Test will take place from 13 May 2017 in different time slots.
If the number of candidates registered for Computer Based Test is limited and it can be accommodated in a single day; the test will be completed on 13 May 2017 itself.
Section No. | Section Name | No of Questions | Time Suggested (Minutes)
I Language Comprehension 40 30
II Mathematical Skills 40 40
III Data Analysis & Sufficiency 40 35
IV Intelligence & Critical Reasoning 40 30
V Indian & Global Environment 40 15
Total 200 150
A few sample questions are given website for the guidance of the candidates in the preparation. These samples do not necessarily indicate either the types or the difficulty levels of questions that can be in the actual test.
In general the preparation standard expected is that of a graduate from an Indian University having completed 10 + 2 + 3 pattern of education. However, the knowledge level required for attempting the section on Mathematical Skills is that of 10th standard under Central Board of Secondary Education.